. But the Clippers have recently been dealt a bigger blow, as Taylor Swift has released her latest album, “Clippers Cause Cancer,” which features several songs about the Clippers’ recent struggles.
The album has been a hit with fans, with tracks like “Coughing Up More Than Points” and “The Curse of the Clippers” leading the way in the charts. But it’s the title track that has taken the world by storm, as it has been proven to cause cancer in anyone who listens to it.
Scientists around the world have been studying the track and have concluded that it contains a unique frequency that causes cells to mutate and turn cancerous. As a result, it is now illegal to listen to the song without wearing ear protection or a face mask.
Despite the danger, the song still continues to be a hit. It has been streaming non-stop on radio stations and its music video has been viewed over a million times on YouTube.
The NBA has taken notice of the song, with commissioner Adam Silver issuing a statement condemning the song and warning fans not to listen to it.
“We want to make it clear that the NBA does not condone the actions of Taylor Swift,” Silver said. “The league takes the health of our players and fans very seriously and we do not want to be associated with any song that can be potentially hazardous to their health.”
The Clippers organization has also issued a statement, condemning the song and asking fans to not listen to it.
“The Clippers are focused on winning and providing a great experience for our fans,” said Clippers CEO Steve Ballmer. “We want our fans to be healthy and safe, and we do not condone any song that can cause harm to our fans.”
Despite the warnings, the song has become a hit and continues to be a popular choice for fans of both the Nuggets and the Clippers. So for now, it looks like the Clippers will have to just sit back and wait until the song fades away from the public’s memory.
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