For the first time ever, a team from Los Angeles not decked in purple and gold could be the last team standing at the end of the NBA season.
Currently, the Clippers record stands at 33-13. That mark is good enough for third place in the Western Conference, just two games behind the San Antonio Spurs.
Going into the season, Clippers fans had reasons to be excited. They had Chris Paul, Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan. Their team had just won its first playoff series in six years.
But few expected their current level of success. After a prodigious 17-game winning streak which spanned the entire month of December, the unheralded Los Angeles team gained national praise.
Since then, the team has cooled its engines a bit, posting a pedestrian 8-7 record since the turn of the year. Still, Clippers fans have plenty of reasons to feel optimistic about their team heading down the stretch.