The Los Angeles Clippers are rolling toward their first playoff berth in six seasons, but they're seeking a loftier goal.
The surging Clippers, in contention for the first division title in franchise history, will try for their second win over the Western Conference-leading Oklahoma City Thunder in less than week Monday night.
Los Angeles (37-23) has won 11 of 13, including a 100-98 victory at Oklahoma City on Wednesday. The Clippers kept rolling Saturday, beating Golden State 112-104 for their third straight win.
Chris Paul scored 12 of his 28 points in the fourth quarter and had 13 assists against the Warriors.
"It's all about locking up a playoff spot. You got to get in," Paul said. "Anything can happen when you get to the playoffs. The sky's the limit. When we play the way we're capable of playing, we've already beaten some of the best teams in the league."
The Clippers point guard secured one of those victories by making a go-ahead layup with 8.8 seconds left and scoring 3...