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The San Antonio Spurs haven't played well away from home this season, but their upcoming road trip may give them the opportunity to turn their record outside the AT&T Center around.
The Spurs try to win their 13th straight over the Los Angeles Clippers when the teams meet Sunday night at Staples Center.
San Antonio (11-9) played 14 of its first 20 games at home, not going on the road for more than two games in a single trip. The Spurs, who are 1-5 away from home, will face two teams with losing records during this three-game stretch, including the Clippers (9-12), whom they've beaten 12 straight times.
San Antonio will also face Golden State, which has the worst record in the Pacific Division. In between, it will take on Phoenix.
Los Angeles continues its six-game homestand after splitting the first four. The Clippers, averaging 89.3 points over those four contests, lost 97-86 to Orlando on Tuesday.
Eric Gordon scored 21 and Baron Davis had 18 points and 11 assists.
Chris Kaman, who leads Los Angeles with 18.7 points per game, finished with 16 on 8-for-22 shooting. He's averaging 12.5 points and shooting 35.6 percent over the last four games.
Los Angeles' last win against the Spurs was 98-85 at Staples Center on March 3, 2006.
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