STATE OF THE FRANCHISE
The 2012-13 season was a historically successful campaign for the Clippers. Often considered Los Angeles' second team, the Clippers made plenty of statements last season to suggest a power shift in Hollywood. A torrent 25-6 start, including a franchise-record 17 consecutive wins, put the Clippers among the Western Conference's star teams from the season's onset. With stellar depth and defense, coupled with the All-Star tandem of Chris Paul and Blake Griffin, the team finished with an unprecedented 56-26 record, setting another franchise record. Along the way, not only did they sweep the Lakers for the first time since being called the Buffalo Braves, but the Clippers' final victory of the season-series also clinched their first division title in franchise history.
Unfortunately, the Clippers were exposed by the battle-tested Grizzlies in their first-round playoff series, leading to a summer of change in Los Angeles. The team took care of i You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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