Lou Williams is part of a relatively small group of individuals who have had the privilege of playing for both the Los Angeles Clippers and the Los Angeles Lakers. In a recent interview, the three-time Sixth Man of the Year winner dropped a truth bomb on why he'd easily pick the Clippers over the Lakers.

Williams played three and a half seasons with the Clippers, wherein he won back-to-back Sixth Man titles in 2018 and 2019. Based on his own admission, it is clear that his tenure with the Clippers has had a bigger impact on him as opposed to the time he spent with the Lakers:

“Clippers, that's easy. That's easy for me,” Williams said on a recent episode of The Knuckleheads podcast (h/t Joey Linn of the SunHerald). “I was part of a culture change over there. They gave us an opportunity to kinda build that organization out to our personalities and how we wanted to feel and look. And I think we had a big part in how it looks now. I'm a part of that.”

To be fair, Williams played just a season and a half with the Lakers. It's not that his time in Hollywood was not memorable, it's just that he appreciates the Clippers' culture more:

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“The Lakers is the Lakers. The Clippers, until they win about 20 championships, they're going to be looked at as the little brother,” Williams said. “… LA got different cultures, so it's plenty of room for both teams. It's people that love – The Clippers is the hood. That's what we embraced about it. [Lakers] is Hollywood, we down the street. And we was cool with that.”