The Los Angeles Clippers on Sunday look for a rare win in Colorado as they travel to face the Denver Nuggets, who have the second best record in the Western Conference. Here are the relevant details of Sunday night's contest.
Records: Clippers (10-6), Nuggets (14-5)
Location: Pepsi Center in Denver
Time: 5 p.m. PST
TV: Prime Ticket, with Ralph Lawler and Michael Smith on the call
Offensive Efficiency: Denver, 108.3 points per 100 possessions (2nd in NBA); Clippers, 106.1 (seventh)
Defensive Efficiency: Denver, 100.9 (12th); Clippers 104.8 (25th)
Mile High Struggles: The Clippers have lost nine straight games in Denver, with their last win coming on January 27, 2006, with Elton Brand and Sam Cassell leading the way for the Clippers.
Possession Is Nine-Tenths Of the Law: In his last four games, point guard Chris Paul has 36 assists against just four turnovers.
Going Streaking: The Nuggets came out from a five-game, nine-day road trip unscathed, winning all five contests before extending their winning streak to six games with a win against Toronto Friday night in Denver. The Nuggets have surged into the second best record in the Western Conference, behind only their Northwest Division mates the Oklahoma City Thunder.
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