NBA Standings 2012: Clippers Lead Pacific Division Despite Road Struggles

The Los Angeles Clippers begin play on Sunday in first place in the Pacific Division at 10-6, a game ahead of their crosstown rival Los Angeles Lakers. Those two teams figure to duke it out at the top of the division for the rest of the season, with little challenge from the Phoenix Suns, Golden State Warriors, or Sacramento Kings.

But what the Clippers, and the Lakers, need to rectify is their performance away from home. The Clippers are just 1-4 on the road this season, the sixth worst road record in the NBA.

Worst NBA Road Records
Rank Team Road Record Pct
21 Golden State 2-5 .286
22 Milwaukee 3-9 .250
23 New Orleans 2-6 .250
24 San Antonio 2-7 .222
25 LA Clippers 1-4 .200
26 Sacramento 2-10 .167
27 LA Lakers 1-7 .125
28 Washington 1-8 .111
29 Detroit 1-9 .100
30 Charlotte 1-10 .091
Through games of January 28

The Clippers travel to Colorado to face the Denver Nuggets on Sunday night, and have eight of their next 10 games on the road. NBA teams have a cumulative .617 winning percentage at home this season.

For more news and information on Clippers basketball, be sure to read Clips Nation.

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