S.F. Examiner: Fight night: Feisty Warriors-Clippers rivalry back on center stage

By Art Spander
San Francisco Examiner

Consider it proof that rivalries still matter and thrive in sports. What unfurls again tonight in downtown Los Angeles, and what could await in the second round of the postseason, qualifies as NBA antagonism at its thickest and feistiest. From a near-brawl on a memorable Christmas night to the ongoing commentary of Draymond Green, the Warriors and Los Angeles Clippers truly cannot stand each other, which is a little hard to believe when weighing the respective histories of the franchises.

"We don't like each other," Warriors center Andrew Bogut said, flatly.

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