The NBA’s offseason hasn’t been too much of an offseason with all the players that have made appearances at local Pro-Ams. From stars like LeBron James and DeMar DeRozan to rookies like Paolo Banchero and Chet Holmgren, NBA players are lining up to play. LA Clippers star Paul George planned to attend, but wasn’t able to make it due to scheduling conflicts.
The Clippers have made a huge resurgence with a revamped roster throughout the decade, but the Lakers still remain the top basketball team in Los Angeles with their storied success and winning their league leading 17th NBA title in 2020. The Clippers seem to be knocking on the door, but Horry still believes the chances of the Clipper taking over remain bleak (quotes via Ryan Gaydos and Larry Fink, Fox News). "The Clippers ain’t never gonna win a title, man.
With a missing Finals MVP being the last major critique on his historic career, albeit an illegitimate critique, Steph has quite literally silenced all the doubters. When asked recently on a podcast if Steph Curry is top-10 all-time, LA Clippers G/F Terance Mann said, "Yes, yes, yes. There's no question.