The Clippers are set to play the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday (4 p.m. PST on Prime Ticket) in their first game of a three-game trip.
During their last trip, the Clippers won a franchise-best six of seven games, and they have won eight consecutive games going into Wednesday's contest. Indiana has five in a row.
In the Clippers' most recent win, a 121-120 overtime victory over the Phoenix Suns, Blake Griffin had 45 points and made the game-winning three-pointer in the final second of overtime.
The Clippers are leading the league in field goal percentage (averaging 48.4% a game) and three-point percentage (38.5%), and they rank third in points per game (107.1).
The Clippers (15-5) are in fifth place in the very competitive Western Conference, three games behind the first-place Golden State Warriors. The Pacers (7-14) are in 11th place in the Eastern Conference, 8.5 games behind the first-place Toronto Grizzlies.
Reggie Bullock (right ankle sprain), Jordan Farmar (back spasms) and Chris Douglas-Roberts (strained right Achilles tendon) are listed as doubtful for the Clippers.
Paul George (fractured right tibula/fibula), George Hill (left knee contusion) and Ian Mahinmi (torn left plantar fascia) are listed as out for the Pacers.