Paul was booed by the Dodgers faithful yet again.
So when they showed Paul’s face on the video board before the game against the hated San Francisco Giants, the All-Star point guard was treated like he was a member of the Giants.
“I expected it,” said a smiling Paul, who was asked to announce a dream team. “I told them when they asked me to do that with Carl Crawford, I said, 'They are going to boo the life out of me.' "
When Paul has gone to Dodgers games with his young son Chris, the fans have booed him in the past.
But all Paul has done in his three years in L.A. is lead the Clippers to back-to-back Pacific Division titles and three consecutive playoff appearances.
The Clippers host the Lakers on Sunday afternoon at Staples Center.
The Dodgers finish hosting their three-game series against the Giants on Sunday.
“When I was at the Dodger game, I was thinking about it: [Sunday] we play -- us and the Lakers at 12:30 and then the Dodgers have a home game at 5,” Paul said. “So it’s going to be pretty crazy downtown. But it’s exciting for the city. It is what it is.”