Clipper Darrell settles a bet with Nick Young by wearing a Swaggy P Lakers t-shirt

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The Los Angeles superfan bet that the Lakers would lose to the Clippers on opening night.

Clipper Darrell donned a t-shirt emblazoned with a "Swaggy P" logo in the style of the Los Angeles Lakers font on Friday night, much to the chagrin of the fans around him:

Lakers guard Nick Young bet Clipper Darrell that his team would be triumphant on opening night. The Lakers beat the Clippers, 116-103, on Oct. 29.

In order to settle the bet, Clipper Darrell had to put on the shirt with Young's nickname on it. Young's assistant even got video footage of the moment:

Of course, the real winners on Friday were the Los Angeles Clippers. They trounced the Lakers in a 36-point beatdown at the Staples Center. Blake Griffin had 33 points, 12 rebounds, four assists and four steals.

Looks like Clipper Darrell got the last laugh.

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