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Do the LA clippers and the LA lakers both share the same court?


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Answered 2009-01-04 22:43:35

They play in the same arena. The Staples Center. But they each have their own individual court with their logo on it that gets moved in before their games and taken away when they're done. They play in the same arena. The Staples Center. But they each have their own individual court with their logo on it that gets moved in before their games and taken away when they're done.

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