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  • With the win tonight, the Clippers have won four of the past six vs. the Sixers after losing four straight from 2/9/08-12/31/08.  Philly’s lone winning streak since 12/1 remains a three-game span from 1/30-2/4.  L.A. has won three of its past four after losing three straight from 2/1-2/4.
  • The Clippers scored 107 points tonight after Philly held its previous five opponents below 90 points.  L.A. improves to 24-6 when scoring 100+ points this season while Philly drops to 4-15 when allowing 100+.  The Clippers have scored 100+ points in each of the past two games after doing so twice the 13 games prior.
  • L.A. shot a season-high 58.7% from the floor, which is also a Sixers opponent season-high.  Philly held its previous four opponents below 40.0% shooting.  The Sixers are 0-11 when opponents shoot 50.0% or better this season and have lost 25 consecutive games when that occurs dating back to 2010-11.  The Clippers are 16-2 when shooting 50.0% or better.
  • Philly never led tonight.  It is the fourth time this season the Sixers have failed to hold a lead this season and the first since at Toronto on 1/9.
  • The Clippers outscored the Sixers 48-26 in points in the paint.  Philly entered tonight allowing the fourth-fewest PIP in the league (38.6) while L.A. was averaging the fourth-most PIP (45.7).  The Sixers outscored opponents by an average of 9.4 points in the paint in the previous 10 games.
  • L.A. hit 8 3-pointers on 42.1% shooting.  In Philly’s 28 losses, opponents are averaging 7.5 3FGM on 40.1% shooting compared to an average of 5.4 3FGM on 28.1% shooting in the Sixers 22 wins.  Philly is 4-16 when the opposition shoots 40.0% or better from behind-the-arc this season.
  • Former Clipper Nick Young had a game-high 29 points on 10-of-18 shooting after scoring a total of 14 points on 6-of-21 shooting the two games prior.  He has scored 20+ points in four of the past nine games after doing so four times his first 36 games played.
  • Chris Paul recorded his 18th double-double of the season with a team-high 21 points and a game-high 11 assists.  Over the past two games, he is averaging 23.0 points on 67.9% shooting.  Paul shot 9-of-11 (81.8% FGs) from the floor tonight.  That’s the second-highest FG% of his career with 10+ FGA (10-12, 83.3% FGs vs. Golden State on 1/5/13).
  • Philly lost despite shooting 9-of-18 from 3-point range.  The Sixers hit three or fewer 3FGM in each of the previous four games, their longest streak since a five-game span from 12/17-12/26/10.  Over the previous four games, Philly shot 10-of-58 (17.2% 3FGs) from behind-the-arc.