The future looks very murky in Lob City.
On Sunday, the Clippers lost 104-91 to the Jazz in Game 7 of their first-round matchup, ending their season and presenting them with a number of questions about the team's future.
With Paul and Griffin likely to exercise their early-termination options, the Clippers' core could look drastically different next season.
Although the Clippers have not advanced to a conference finals during Paul's tenure, it hasn't been all disappointment. Since 2011 -- Paul's first season in Los Angeles -- the Clippers are tied with the Oklahoma City Thunder with the third-highest win percentage (.658) in the NBA.
Over the past six seasons, the Clippers have had more playoff appearances (six) and won more playoff games (24) than they did in their first 27 seasons in Los Angeles.
However, that may be enough to re-sign Paul, 31.
According to the Elias Sports Bureau, Paul's 76 career playoff games and nine All-Star selections without a conference finals appearance are NBA records.
For Griffin, 28, a change of scenery might be on the horizon as well. While he has averaged 21.5 points and 9.4 rebounds over his seven-year career with the Clippers, injuries have ended his past two postseasons.