Clippers Donating $47,200 to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles

Rowan Kavner

LOS ANGELES – The Clippers couldn’t have picked a better time to set a franchise record for 3-pointers in a season.

The Clippers hit 944 3-pointers this year, making 827 in the regular season and adding 117 more in the playoffs, each one helping CHLA further. Those 944 3-pointers were 132 more than they had as a team last year, adding up to a difference of $6,600.

J.J. Redick led the Clippers with a career-high 200 made 3-pointers during the regular season, and he followed that up by hitting a team-leading 35 3-pointers in the postseason. Redick’s sharpshooting from long range helped contribute $11,750 toward the CHLA donation.

Redick is also donating a separate $27,300 to Children’s Miracle Network, which CHLA is partnered with, to go toward hospital equipment. Redick donated $100 for each 3-pointer he made during the last two regular seasons with the Clippers.

CHLA is the first and largest pediatric hospital in Southern California. It’s one of only 10 children’s hospitals in the nation, and the only one on the West Coast, to be named to the U.S. News & World Report Honor Roll. CHLA provides more than 104,000 children with pediatric health care in a setting designed for their needs.

Children’s Hospital Los Angeles is a nonprofit pediatric health care organization dedicated to creating hope and building healthier futures for children. Honored as the premier children’s hospital in California and among the top five in the nation, we treat 107,000 young patients annually from Los Angeles and around the world. As a pediatric charity of choice, the hospital relies on the generosity of the community to support its groundbreaking pediatric research and the complex care it provides for critically ill and injured children.

Join Clipper Nation and Donate Today to Help Children in Your Community at CHLA.org/Clippers.