You left out the horrible tenure of one Elgin Gay Baylor as VP/GM during most of that time, but everything else is well said.
Of all of the guys that left for elsewhere, I wish we kept Bo Outlaw and Lamar Odom (early years) longer. Yeah, Outlaw couldn't shoot worth a lick, but he's arguably the best hustle player that the team ever had, and I wish we had someone like him on the present squad. As far as Odom, he really had the potential to be a real great player, and it's a shame that he didn't realize his potential by spending his entire career with the Clips. Just only if he a strong-enough coach to help nuture that early on (like Stan Van Gundy and Phil Jackson eventually did with him).
I didn't bother looking at the list, because it seems someone comes up with the same thing every year...even with that said, it just shows how much further the Clips have to go as a franchise, to even build up to a fraction of a franchise legacy like the Lakers, Celtics, 76ers, Spurs, Bulls, or even yes the Warriors. Hell, I'll even take a franchise legacy like the Phoenix Suns--no championships, but they have the fourth-best all-time winning percentage in NBA history, and being a perinnial playoff contender virtually every year.