The Clippers have always been considered the other team of Los Angeles, the unfortunate cousin of the much more renowned Lakers. Clippers fans are often the ones who don't see themselves in the winning, dominant and rich history of the Lakers, a group of people who prefer to identify themselves in hardship and misfortune. However, the Los Angeles Clippers have produced iconic players such as Quentin Richardson and Darius Miles, unforgettable symbols of the 90s and early 2000s, until they became a contender for the title with the arrival of Chris Paul and Blake Griffin.
Only in recent times the Clippers have returned to being giants thanks to stars like Paul George and Kawhi Leonard, two players who, not surprisingly, were born and raised in Los Angeles. Only a kid from LA can truly understand the love for Clips.