If you live in the L.A. market (or anywhere else where the Clippers have their designated broadcast territory, such as Las Vegas, San Diego, and Hawaii), you would still be blacked out on Clipper games on the League Pass package.
The Clippers have a lot of leverage in their TV rights, especially with Fox...Fox knows that if the Clippers were to leave for Time Warner, that effectively kills off Prime Ticket, or at least make that channel a lot less valuable for TV providers to carry. However, Fox has spending tons of money in recent years on sports rights, on the national and regional levels--NFL, MLB, UFC, NASCAR, golf, etc., plus they bought in to two other regional sports networks--the channels that carry Yankees and Indians games, and had locked-up the Angels and Texas Rangers in long-term, mutil-billion dollar TV contracts (those same contracts enabled the Halos to get Albert Pujols and Josh Hamilton, and got the Rangers out of bankruptcy).
The last time I checked, the Clippers were making around $30 million annually from Fox Sports on their current deal--I wouldn't be surprised, in regards to the sale of the team, that the Clippers would end up tripling or quadupling their annual rights fees ($90-120 million/year). That's not to mention whatever their share of the national TV money that they get annually from TNT and ESPN/ABC...coincidentially, the NBA's national TV deals expire at the same time as the Clippers/Fox contract. Hell, the national TV money by itself will drive up the value all of the teams, because that TV money is split equally among the NBA teams (regardless of how many times each team makes an appearance on TNT or ESPN/ABC).