2012 NBA schedule: Clippers go for 13th straight win on Sunday

Stephen Dunn

Two big games are on the schedule on Sunday for the NBA, as the Dallas Mavericks travel to San Antonio and the Los Angeles Clippers look to extend a franchise record.

The Los Angeles Clippers go for the team's 13th win in a row on Sunday evening, taking on the Phoenix Suns at US Airways Center at 8 p.m. ET.

The Clippers most recently beat the Sacramento Kings on Friday, 97-85, with Chris Paul leading he way with 24 points and 13 assists. The win set a franchise record for the longest winning streak in club history. The Clippers combine great defense with superb team offense to create one of the more exciting teams in the NBA, and will be taking on a Suns team that ranks as one of the worst defensive units in the league.

The Dallas Mavericks, 4-6 in their last ten games, look to stop a two-game skid in San Antonio against a Spurs squad that has suddenly lost two in the last six. The Spurs beat the New Orleans Hornets on Friday night, 99-94, getting 25 points and five assists from point guard Tony Parker. Tipoff is set for 7 p.m. ET.

Also tipping off on Sunday:

3 p.m. ET - Philadelphia 76ers @ Brooklyn Nets
5 p.m. ET - Minnesota Timberwolves @ New York Knicks
6 p.m. ET - Utah Jazz @ Orlando Magic
9 p.m. ET - Portland Trail Blazers @ Sacramento Kings

Full schedule can be found here.

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