The Los Angeles Clippers are on the verge of their longest winning streak since setting a team record 38 years ago.
Still, Chris Paul claims they're not satisfied.
Paul and the Pacific Division-leading Clippers go for their ninth straight win Saturday night when they visit the surging Milwaukee Bucks.
Los Angeles (16-6) is averaging 105.9 points during its eight-game run, the team's longest since the 1991-92 season.
A victory at Milwaukee (12-9) would give the Clippers their longest streak since setting a franchise record with 11 consecutive wins from Nov. 3-23, 1974, when they were the Buffalo Braves.
"It's cool," Paul said. "It just means we're playing all right now. But we're not satisfied. We have to keep playing the right way and keep this thing going. Sometimes you're going to win and play bad and sometimes you're going to play well and lose. For us it's all about being consistent."
Paul helped keep Los Angeles rolling Wednesday, matching Blake Griffin and Matt Barnes' 1...