After an unsatisfactory 2020-21 campaign, the Los Angeles Clippers will try to bounce back.
Though the team performed well at times, L.A. gusted a 3-1 series lead to the Denver Nuggets in the Western Conference Semifinals. This lead to a change in head coaching and some repairing with the team’s roster heading into this year.
Clippers just have to live to the expectation that they should be a really good team. With Tyronn Lue as a championship-winning coach, Paul George and Kawhi Leonard around, there is enough talent on the roster that they should make a genuine run for a championship.
But in case that would be impossible, at least they were able to get a PlayStation 5 before most of us did.
According to a picture of Nic Batum’s locker, Clippers players got hooked up with Sony’s next-generation console and a new pair of headphones prior to the start of the season.
Now, the best guess is that Paul George — who has collaborated with Sony in the past and had a special PlayStation colorway on the PG 2.5s — decided to hook everyone up. All eyes now turn to former Microsoft executive and Clippers owner Steve Ballmer on whether he’s going to try and one-up this by giving the players personalized Xbox Series Xes.