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Former Clipper and current Laker Chris Kaman decided to stir the pot on the eve of the L.A. showdown tomorrow night.
Kaman spent eight long seasons with the Clippers, so he knows a thing or two about losing tradition.
Times are different now, the Clippers are loaded with talent capable of reaching the finals, while the Lakers will be fortunate to make the playoffs.
The Clippers talent level didn’t stop Kaman from making these latest remarks:
“I respect what they’re doing and what they’ve done, but still, they’re nothing like the Lakers,” Kaman said Monday. “You look up here at all the championships. They’re never going to have that. It’s never going to happen. I don’t see it.
“There’s just something about the Lakers. The history behind everything. It just makes it that much sweeter.”
Let the fun begin at 10:30 eastern time tomorrow night.
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Xavier Henry scored a career-high 22 points, Jordan Farmar added
16, and five Los Angeles Lakers reserves surged past the Los
Angeles Clippers in the fourth quarter for a surprising 116-103
victory in both clubs' season opener Tuesday night.