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The incredible record between the Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers

You won't believe this stats.

By James Brown

You won't believe this stats.
You won't believe this stats.
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Our main archrival is undoubtedly the Boston Celtics. But if there is another team that we will always be happy to see loose, it is undoubtedly our neighbors the Los Angeles Clippers.  Unfortunately in the last few seasons, the Clippers have won most of the games due to the supremacy of the Angels.

In the last 10 seasons, the record between the Clippers and the Lakers is 32 - 7 in favor of the blue ones. And sadly, last season of the 4 Los Angeles "derbies", the team of Paul George and company won all 4, the last one by more than 20 points (even though Kawhi Leonard was not in any of the 4 games).

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A few days ago, second-year player Austin Reaves expressed his feelings during a charity event organized by the star pitcher of the Los Angels Dodgers; Clayton Kershaw. "It was a lot of fun just competing against a team that's so close. They got us every time last year, so this year hopefully we can change the script and get them," Reaves said. "It's a rivalry and in any other sport it's kind of the same, everyone gets amped up for those games."

Yes, the truth is that the last few seasons the Clippers have outplayed the Lakers, but despite winning most of the games between the two teams, the Clippers are still just the other team in Los Angeles. The proof is that despite having, in theory, better years, the Clippers still haven't won a single NBA title while our beloved Lakers have 17 (let's hope we win the 18th title soon). So relax friends of the clippers, you still have a long way to go to be like the most important team not only in the city but in the whole NBA.

The clippers player who almost plays as a Lakers

A couple of weeks ago it was made official that John Wall became the new player of the Los Angeles Clippers. After years with too many injuries, the former Houston Rockets player arrives in Los Angeles, a destination he had already had in sight since last season, the only problem is that he got the wrong team. Last season the Lakers had the intention of trading Westbrook for Wall, but it was all just an attempt. Sadly for Wall, he came to a team that doesn't know what it's like to win a championship.



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