LOS ANGELES -- At some point, the streak is going to come crashing down. It's going to stop suddenly and abruptly, and the emotional high the Clippers have been riding this month is going to end, just like that.
But right now, they're living in the moment.
No one wants to think about it. They've won 15 consecutive games. They're 14-0 in December. They have the best record in the NBA. Thursday night on national TV, they crushed the Boston Celtics 106-77 at Staples Center, their largest margin over victory over the Celtics in franchise history.
"We respect all our opponents, but we don't fear anybody," guard Jamal Crawford said. "We feel like we're a special team. Now people are starting to realize it."
The Clippers have made it abundantly clear they're the real thing. When they shoot as well as they did Thursday, when they don't turn over the ball and when they play heady defense, most games look as easy as this one.
With two ...