Dissecting L.A. Clippers' Franchise-Record 12-Game Winning Streak

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Dissecting L.A. Clippers' Franchise-Record 12-Game Winning Streak
USA TODAY Sports

With a 97-85 home victory against the Sacramento Kings, the Los Angeles Clippers have set a new franchise record with 12 consecutive wins.

The previous record was held by the 1974-75 Buffalo Braves. Head coach Jack Ramsay led the likes of Bob McAdoo, Garfield Heard and Randy Smith to 11 consecutive W's.

Next in line for the 2012-13 Clippers is the '75 Braves' franchise record of 49 wins. The 2013 club has already compiled a record of 20-6.

Based off of percentages, they're on pace for 63 victories.

Until then, let us embrace the significance of the Clippers' current 12-game winning streak. Most importantly, let us dissect how it has all gone down.

Enough of the buildup, folks. Let's take a look at just how dominant Los Angeles' top team has been.

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