The Clippers agreed to a 10-year extension of their lease at Staples Center, which means they will continue to play in the arena until at least June 2024. The team moved from its outdated home at the Sports Arena, playing its first game Nov. 2, 1999 in Staples Center. "We're very excited about our present and our future at Staples Center," Clippers president Andy Roeser said in a statement. "It is indeed an honor to benefit from the sustained stability that accompanies being part of the greatest venue in the NBA, and we're glad to provide this state of the art backdrop to our deserving and loyal fan base." The Clippers join the Lakers and the NHL's Kings as tri-tenants at Staples Center, the only such arrangement in North America. The Clippers considered a move to the Honda Center in Anaheim at one point in the 1990 s before moving from the Sports Arena to Staples Center.
Clippers agree to 10-year extension of lease at Staples Center
L.A. Daily News | Jan 23