The Clips' talent and depth have lived up to the preseason hype, as the team reeled off eight wins in its first 10 games. Following a 112-90 bludgeoning of the Dallas Mavericks at home, the Clippers found themselves sitting on a 12-6 record, the best in the Pacific Division.
Lob City’s wins have not been all cupcakes either.
It has been a combination of top-heavy talent from Chris Paul and Blake Griffin, in conjunction with the deepest bench in the league and the precocious development of young guys Eric Bledsoe and DeAndre Jordan that have turned the Clippers into an elite team this year.
Here is the L.A. Clippers stock watch, a close look at rising and falling players after the first month of the season.
Statistics used in this article were accurate as of December 5, 2012.