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Inglewood gives tentative approval to Clippers’ arena

INGLEWOOD — The Los Angeles Clippers are one step closer to building their own state-of-the-art 18,500-seat arena in Inglewood. The Inglewood City Council introduced an ordinance July 21 to approve a development agreement that would allow Murphy’s Bowl LLC, doing business as the Clippers, to build the Inglewood Basketball and Entertainment Center. “We’re excited for Read More…

L.A. Digest West Edition

L.A. DIGEST: Arena developer donates hospital masks

Wave Staff Report INGLEWOOD — Centinela Hospital Medical Center received a donation of 25,000 N95 masks that will be used by doctors, nurses and staff as they treat COVID-19 patients. The donation was made by the development firm Wilson Meany and the Inglewood Basketball and Entertainment Center. Centinela Hospital has activated an emergency response plan Read More…

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Some Inglewood residents say ‘no thanks’ to Clippers arena

INGLEWOOD — Everyone is not on board with a proposed basketball arena in the city that will eventually compliment the Los Angeles Stadium & Entertainment District at Hollywood Park. At a public meeting March 12, some concerned residents raised issues with the prospect of the Los Angeles Clippers moving to Inglewood. Rent increases and traffic Read More…