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Father’s Day gift ideas for your favorite Clippers fan

If you’re wracking your brain for gift ideas, we have you covered.

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Father’s Day is fast approaching, and with the Clippers in the midst of potentially their best season ever (yes, we can officially say “in the midst” now), Clippers gear might just be the perfect gift.

Even though we can’t head to Staples Center to cheer on the Clippers during the playoffs, there are plenty of ways to support the team — especially the reigning Finals MVP and Sixth Man of the Year — from the comfort of your own home.

SB Nation has put together a handy list of Clippers-themed paraphernalia so you won’t be empty-handed on June 21. I’m partial to the Kawhi T-Shirt myself, but there is much more to choose from to celebrate dads and the Clippers.

What It Do Baby, $28

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Best Team In LA, $28

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Best Team In LA, $48

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Lou Will Called Game, $28

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Kawhi Leonard NIke T-shirt, $26

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Paul George NIke T-shirt, $26

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Paul George Nike 2018/19 Swingman Jersey, $110

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3 Pack Face Covering, $25

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LA Clippers Nike Statement Coaches Polo, $56

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Quarter-Zip Pullover Jacket, $32

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Air Pods Black Leatherette Case, $21

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New Era Official Team Color 9TWENTY Adjustable Hat, $17

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New Era Team Localized 9TWENTY Adjustable Hat, $17

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LA Clippers Heathered Gray Backpack, $31

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Slide 2019/20 City Edition Slide Sandals, $45

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OtterBox Otter + Pop Symmetry Series iPhone Case, $42

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Sparo Personalized Trifold Wallet, $21

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