The LA Clippers aren’t the biggest story in the NBA right now – they’re just the best story. Apply that to Los Angeles as well – not the biggest, just the best.
It’s a shame that Donald Sterling is around to enjoy such a narrative.
Nobody deserves this success, this groundbreaking start to the season, this stunning winning streak, this lofty status among the NBA elite (albeit with two-thirds of the schedule left) less than the Clippers’ owner himself.
Yet that might be them most delightful piece of the Clippers’ renaissance. The more you watch them, the less you think about who owns them.