L.A. Clippers' Biggest Advantage over Each Western Conference Playoff Contender

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L.A. Clippers' Biggest Advantage over Each Western Conference Playoff Contender
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Jockeying for playoff position late in the regular season, the Los Angeles Clippers are in pursuit of their first Pacific Division title in franchise history. 

While locking up a top-four seed will be critical to the Clips’ success, bracketology will also be key down the stretch. 

After racing out to a blistering start and taking down contender after contender, Lob City has begun to struggle against some of the West’s best. 

After the Oklahoma City Thunder defeated the Clips on Sunday, LAC’s record against the San Antonio Spurs and the Thunder dropped to 2-4 on the season.

With Chris Paul and Blake Griffin in the fold, the Clippers still possess one of the best one-two punch combinations in the entire NBA, and will be a force come playoff time. 

What edge do the Clips have over the other conference contenders? Which Clippers should we expect to breakout against the West’s top teams?

We will go through the locks to make the postseason, leaving out the Utah Jazz and the Los Angeles Lakers until the No. 8 seed is sorted out. 

Statistics accurate as of March 5, 2013.

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