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June 8, 2021 35 min

In 1981, while the “Showtime” era was in the early stages of launching the entire league into the stratosphere of cultural and commercial relevance the San Diego Clippers under Irv Levin, make a final play for NBA dominance when they make the ill-fated trade for center Bill Walton, a San Diego-native. In the wake of that mistake, Levin sells the team to a friend of Jerry Buss’ and the Donald Sterling era begins. Former San Diego Clipper executive Pete Babcock shares the absurd working environment of the franchise during his time in San Diego, until the team ultimately moves to Los Angeles. Special guests: Norm Nixon and World B. Free. 

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