Los Angeles Lakers vs. LA Clippers might not be the NBA’s most storied rivalry, but there is always buzz whenever these two teams meet in downtown L.A.

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That’s partly due to the teams having shared a home arena since the 1999-2000 season. Whether you call it Crypto.com Arena or still simply refer to it as “Staples,” the NBA’s only two-team arena has produced plenty of memorable moments over the past quarter-century.

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It was in this era that Lakers legends Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O’Neal delivered three straight NBA Finals, with Bryant then winning two more rings in the purple and gold. LeBron James and Anthony Davis added their names to Lakers lore with the 2020 title.

Once one of the league’s worst franchises, the Clippers finally became relevant on the national scene during the Lob City era and the current Kawhi Leonard/Paul George-led team.

This summer, the Clippers will move into the Intuit Dome, their new $2 billion arena in Inglewood, marking Wednesday’s game as the final regular-season clash between the L.A. teams as co-tenants.

The Clips will be the designated home team, and despite their best attempts to create a home-game vibe in these games, expect a majority of Lakers fans in the stands. With the Lakers boasting 17 NBA Finals banners and 14 retired jerseys in the rafters (and an array of statues outside of the arena now including one of Bryant), the atmosphere of these games has seemed one-sided.

Ahead of Wednesday’s clash, ESPN’s NBA insiders look back at their favorite Battle of L.A. moments before the Clippers move to their new digs this offseason.