Inglewood's City Council will vote on an exclusive negotiating agreement with a Los Angeles Clippers-controlled company to use city-owned land to build an arena for the team. The vote will take place on Thursday.
The 22 acres where the 18,000- to 20,000-seat arena would be built are across the street from the 298-acre site for a new NFL stadium.
The agreement between the Clippers-controlled company and Inglewood will run for 36 months.
The Clippers have a lease to play at Staples Center through 2024.