Clippers blanket Los Angeles streets, landmarks with new logo (VIDEO)

It’s a new era for Clipper Nation.

The day after eccentric owner Steve Ballmer unveiled the Clippers’ new logo on ‘Conan’, and Funny or Die released a video Ballmer’s other ideas for the re-branding, the franchise hit the streets, and landmarks, of Los Angeles with some new gear for the fans.

Stops included LAX, Union Station, Pink’s, Universal Studios, Downtown Disney, Hollywood Blvd, the Sunset Strip, Auto Club Speedway, Beverly Hills and more.

Later in the day, the Clippers hit up Dana Point, Manhattan Beach and Commerce Casino.

First up, bright and early on Thursday morning, was a stop at the American Airlines gates at terminal 4 of LAX.



Flying @americanair out of LAX? We have something special for you. #GearUpLA

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Union Station was next, where Clippers President Gillian Zucker helped gear up early commuters.

Clippers President Gillian Zucker helps gear up early commuters at Union Station. #GearUpLA

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Your morning commute just became 100x cooler. #GearUpLA

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The Clippers’ street teams visited Stauffer Middle School in Downey and the campus of USC, as well as the offices of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti.



By now, folks are hungry, so Sprinkles Cupcakes near L.A. Live was the next stop, with a special appearance by Ballmer.

Cupcake game strong. 💪 #GearUpLA

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No mention of famous L.A. locations would be complete without Roscoe’s!

Former Clippers point guard Pooh Richardson, who played for the franchise from 1994-99 and was a four-year starter (1985-89) at UCLA, did his part at Universal Studios.

Former Clipper, Pooh Richardson, handing out shirts like a pro. #GearUpLA

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In Burbank, folks at Warner Bros. got a visit from some red shirts.

The Clippers’ Spirit Dance Team also get involved in Thursday’s fun.



If you’ve watched television or movies in the last 30 years, chances are, you’ve seen the Santa Monica Pier appear more than once.



The O.C. also got some Clippers love.


Pink’s, a family-owned hot dog stand since 1939, got a visit from Clippers coach Doc Rivers.

Doc has arrived at @pinkshotdogs! #GearUpLA

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One last one from the South Bay.