U.S — When it comes to the Los Angeles Clippers’ schedule for the 2023-2024 season, Brian Windhorst believes that the team may have received less than favourable treatment. Windhorst addressed the problem by suggesting that the manner in which Crypto.com Arena has been allotted to the Los Angeles Lakers and the Los Angeles Clippers may be the cause of this.
He said this while participating in a podcast. “But in terms of all the back-to-backs and three-in-four and five-in-seven, the Clippers are at or near the top of the list… which is interesting,” Tim MacMahon said on The Hoop Collective. “But in terms of all the back-to-backs and three-in-four and five-in-seven,”
Windhorst responded by saying, “I guess this is the second year in a row that something similar to this has happened… On the other hand, I believe it’s been extremely… I really hope that this won’t land me in any difficulty with the authorities. I can see the ringing indicator on my phone. On the opposite side of the list is another team called the Lakers. To be honest, yes.
“That’s… I think it’s been significantly worse over the previous two years in terms of how the Clippers’ usage of CRYPTO.COM has been distributed. That’s what I’m hearing. I believe that it has become somewhat more difficult since they have decided to go. Because of this, every coin toss that ends up heads in the opposite direction [towards the Lakers].
It seems almost unjust that the Los Angeles Clippers will be required to play three games in a span of four nights during the course of 25 different intervals during this season. For instance, there is a significant disparity between them and the Denver Nuggets, who have only 16 such streaks between them all season long. It’s possible that the Clippers aren’t getting their fair share of benefits from the venue they share with the Lakers.