[Introduction] Two teams share a home field, which can always cause some disputes.
This is the case for the Lakers and the Clippers in the new season. Recently, Clippers coach Doc Rivers requested that every time the Clippers play at home, the Lakers’ championship banner above the arena should be covered with promotional pictures of the Clippers players. This approach made the Lakers
Player Nick Young was very upset.
On October 19th, , on this day, the Clippers accepted the kick from the Blazers at home. It happened that the Lakers also arranged training in this venue, so the Lakers players played in Chris Paul, Blake Griffin and other Clippers.
Training under the huge publicity picture of the players is obviously very dazzling in Yang’s eyes.
“We have to talk to Ferris, what can’t be done, we have to protest, they give Rivers too much power, he is so rude.” Yang said in an interview with reporters.
However, it seems that only Nick Young is more emotional about this matter. The other players and coaches of the Lakers expressed their understanding, and they would do the same if they were heart-to-heart.
Nash said: “If you switch to the Clippers’ position, you may want to do the same. On those nights this is their territory, you will make him more like your own home.”
The German coach is also considerate and generous: “I can understand why the Clippers will do what they do. This is normal and nothing unreasonable. At that time, this is their home court.
The site is full of Lakers stuff. I won’t make a fuss about it.” The German coach is obviously right to do this. The Lakers themselves still have many problems that need him to solve.
Branches grow outside the boat festival, which only adds to troubles.
Gasol also expressed his views on this matter: “I can understand that they don’t want to be surrounded by the glorious history of the Lakers. They want to create their own brilliance. The Clippers have many excellent players and the prospects for the new season are very good, so when
When this is their home court, anything is fine.”