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Why the Clippers and Lakers did poorly this year




DeAndre Jordan #6 of the Los Angeles Clippers grabs a rebound against the Indiana Pacers at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on March 23, 2018 in Indianapolis, Indiana.
DeAndre Jordan #6 of the Los Angeles Clippers grabs a rebound against the Indiana Pacers at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on March 23, 2018 in Indianapolis, Indiana.
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Tonight marks the end of another NBA season, and for the first time in 13 years there won't be an L.A. team in the playoffs. Both the Lakers and the Clippers will be watching on TV just like the rest of us.

But while the Lakers looks like a team on the rise, the Clippers seem to be at a crossroads with some difficult decisions to make.

"When 'What went right' is 'We managed to get out of the horrible decision we made over the summer by trading [Blake Griffin],' it does lead neatly into the problems," says sports contributor Brian Kamenetzky.

Brian and Andy Kamenetzky joined Take Two for more.