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It's 'Sloppy,' But It's a Franchise Record

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Minnesota, Sacramento, Utah, Dallas, Phoenix, Toronto, Chicago, Charlotte, Milwaukee, Detroit, New Orleans, and, again, Sacramento.

Twelve games and 12 victories in an electric and eclectic march toward Christmas for the Clippers. On Friday, they set a franchise record with their 12th consecutive win, beating Sacramento, 97-85, as they staved off the persistent Kings at Staples Center.

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