It's bad enough that the Los Angeles Clippers have to share a city with the Lakers, but to share the same building has to be torture beyond measure. Imagine glancing up into the air of the Staples Center and seeing all that history in the form of retired jerseys and multiple championship bannersù and knowing none of it belongs to you. Such is the plight of the Clippers, who have been forced to exist in the shadow of the Lakers and have been an unwilling participant in the various moments of glory achieved by the "real home team." The Clippers had suffered nine straight defeats to the Lakers, a number that spanned more than two seasons, until their emphatic 102-91ávictory on Wednesday night. Forgive Baron Davis, Chris Kaman, and Rasual Butler for celebrating as if the Clippers had just cl ...
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