Last season, the Staples Center workers didn’t have to worry about both teams being in the title . They didn’t have to change the arena for both teams to use, just once for the Clippers. If they meet in the 2019–20 playoffs, they’ll have to change it to a Laker home game for two games, then back to a Clipper home game for two games. It just depends on who’d have the better regular season record. Then if it were to go seven games, it would be one, one and one change it three more times. Crazy, if you ask me. Wouldn’t it just be easier if both teams had their own arena and none of this flip-flopping? They don’t just have to roll out a new floor, the whole arena changes. The LA Kings NHL team plays there, too. Just look at what goes on in the transformation to all three home games. I figured I’d add the Kings in there, because I think the NHL playoffs are close in time to the NBA playoffs. If all three teams make it to the postseason, talk about a lot of work! And they have to change the arena for concerts and other entertainment!! I am almost certain, the entertainment side of things would wait until all three teams’ seasons were over.
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