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“I think our guys have tried that in a one-point game. That’s the problem,” coach Doc Rivers said. “But that’s who they are, and I don’t want to take the joy away - as long as there’s no turnovers with it.”

Philadelphia never challenged after the Clippers built a 69-30 halftime lead. Crawford’s 15-footer gave them their biggest margin, 89-33, with 6:01 left in the third quarter. It was 100-51 going into the fourth.

Before Sunday, the Clippers had never beaten Philadelphia by more than 29 points since the franchises first played in 1970-71.

NOTES: The Clippers shot 56.2 percent and the Sixers 27.0 - going 3 for 28 from 3-point range. … The Clippers are 10-1 against teams that are currently in last place in their respective divisions. The only blemish was a 98-80 loss at Orlando on Nov. 6.