Records: Clippers (16-8); Charlotte (3-23)
Location: Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte, North Carolina
Time: 4 p.m. PST
TV: Prime Ticket, with Ralph Lawler and Michael Smith on the call.
Offensive Efficiency: Clippers, 107.8 points per 100 possessions (fourth in NBA); Bobcats, 93.7 (30th)
Defensive Efficiency: Clippers, 105.8 (24th); Bobcats, 109.1 (29th)
Home vs. Road: The Clippers are 6-5 on the road, and Charlotte is 2-9 at home this season.
Comeback Kiings: The Clippers' win on Friday night in Philadelphia came after the 76ers led by 12 points in the first half. The Clippers have four road wins since January 29 in which they were down 10 points, matching their total from the four previous seasons combined.
No Shooting, No Problem: Friday night in Philadelphia, the Clippers shot 38.8% from the field, their second-worst mark of the season. It was their first win when shooting under 40% since December 5, 2009.
Going Streaking: The Bobcats have lost 13 straight games and 19 of their last 20 contests.
Franchise Best: At 16-8, the Clippers have the second best record in the Western Conference. If they beat Charlotte on Saturday, the Clippers at 17-8 will match the 1974-1975 Buffalo Braves for the best record in franchise history after 25 games.
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