RECORDS AND SEASON HIGHS AGAINST THE SIXERS

The Clippers held the 76ers to record low 27.0% shooting tonight.

Here are some of the significant franchise records and season highs that fell in the Clippers’ 123-78 win over the Philadelphia 76ers on Sunday night.

- The 45-point margin of victory was the widest in franchise history and most in the NBA since the Thunder beat the New Orleans Hornets, 119-74, on Feb. 27, 2013.

- The Clippers led 69-30 at halftime, setting a franchise record for the widest halftime margin (39 points).

- They led 46-15 at the end of the first quarter. The 31-point lead was the largest after the first quarter in franchise history and was just the eighth time in NBA history a team has led by 31 points or more after the opening 12 minutes. It last occurred on Feb. 7, 2001 when the Timberwolves led the Sacramento Kings, 41-10.

- The Clippers held the 76ers to just 27.0 percent shooting (27-for-100). It was the lowest shooting percentage by an opponent in franchise history and the lowest in the NBA since Jan. 23, 2012 when the Celtics held the Orlando Magic to 24.6 percent.

- The Clippers’ 46-point first quarter was the second most points scored in a quarter in the Los Angeles Clippers history (47). It matched the 46 points they scored in the opening period on Feb. 13, 2013 against the Houston Rockets.

- The Clippers grabbed a season-high 59 rebounds, the most in a game since Mar. 15, 2006.

- The Clippers made a season-high 50 of their 89 shots (56.2 percent). They have not made 50 field goals in a game since Apr. 4, 2013.

- The Clippers home record is 22-4 after the victory. It is the most wins in franchise history through 26 home games.