That was only one of the milestones. Here are some others:
-- Chris Paul played in all 82 games for the first time in his 10-year career. He averaged 19.1 points on 48.5% shooting, a league-leading 10.2 assists, 4.6 rebounds, 1.9 steals and only 2.3 turnovers a game.
"I think a lot of credit goes to our training staff," Paul said Monday. "It's tough, tough to play a full season with all of the minutes and stuff like that."
-- Paul had a career-high six three-pointers in 11 attempts on Tuesday. Paul has made five three-pointers 11 times, most recently April 1 at Portland.
-- Jamal Crawford moved past Hall of Famer Pete Maravich for 104th place on the NBA's all-time scoring list after scoring 10 points Tuesday. After the game Blake Griffin and Crawford had something of a love fest over Twitter.
Tweeted Griffin: "Congrats to my guy @JCrossover on moving up on the all-time scoring list. It's a honor to play alongside that man every night."
Responded Crawford: "@blakegriffin32 --one day I'll be able to sit and tell my kids I played with you.. Where amazing happens. #MustseeBG!!!"
-- DeAndre Jordan had 14 rebounds (and 13 points) on Tuesday to give him a franchise-record 1,226 rebounds on the season. The record was previously held by Swen Nater, who had 1,216 rebounds for the San Diego Clippers in 1979-80.
The Clippers, who have won seven games in a row and 14 of their last 15, are guaranteed home-court advantage and will be seeded either No. 2 or 3 depending on what happens in Wednesday's games.