LA Clippers Unveil Stunning New Arena Plans

Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer, one of the richest people in the world with a net worth of over $106B, has broken ground on the Clippers new arena in Inglewood, California. Intuit Arena, as it will be known, is set to host the Clippers starting in 2024.  
Ballmer has made it no secret that he wants convenience to be king in the new arena, so that the Clippers will always be in front of the whole crowd. There will be an emphasis on cashier-less concession stands and little to no lineups for bathrooms during halftime, or other breaks in the game. Ballmer stated
I feed off of the energy in the building, but people go away and they get late to games or they don't get back from halftime. I really want to make sure people are in their seats so... that energy, we feed off of it.
Perhaps most interestingly, the stadium will include a massive 4K LED scoreboard - the NBA's largest - as well as provide fans with the most leg room and widest seat width of any arena in the NBA. The roof will be outfitted with solar panels and outside, a spacious plaza that Ballmer has declared as a "basketball palazzo, an homage to the game."

Of course, Ballmer doesn't expect fans to be spectators in the stadium, but actual participants in the game, saying that the fan's job will be "to help our guys."

Hopefully for Ballmer and the fans, the Clippers will have a product worth cheering for.

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