For the Clippers, five in a row was a big deal. It had been over five years since the team accomplished what seems like a modest milestone, but they didn’t celebrate it.

They built on it.

Monday in Dallas, everything came together.

Randy Foye was draining everything from the perimeter. Caron Butler got to the rim. Blake Griffin scored easy baskets and grabbed every rebound. The only thing, really, was that Chris Paul didn’t shoot the ball well. That was just a momentary hiccup.

While Foye won’t knock down jumper after jumper most nights, the Clippers are looking like a team that’s starting to figure it all out. The rotation seems set, and the players seem to be comfortable in their roles.

– Reported by Dan Woike of the O.C. Register Blog