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Preview: Clippers vs. Phoenix Suns

Preview: Clippers vs. Phoenix Suns
Chris Paul, left, controls the ball against Phoenix's Isaiah Thomas on Nov. 15 at Staples Center. (Danny Moloshok / Associated Press)

The Clippers enter Monday's game against the Phoenix Suns having won seven games in a row, and nine of their last 10.

They are currently in sixth place in the Western Conference, three games behind the first-place Golden State Warriors and three games ahead of the eighth-place Phoenix Suns.

The Clippers beat Phoenix, 120-107, on Nov. 15. In that game, they outshot the Suns from the field, 53% to 38%, and outshot them from beyond the three-point line, 48% to 37%. Chris Paul had 32 points and nine assists.

In the Clippers' last eight wins, they've beaten their opponents by an average of 19.4 points.

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Jordan Farmar (back) and Reggie Bullock (right ankle sprain) are out for Monday's game. Chris Douglas-Roberts (strained right Achilles) is listed as doubtful.

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Isaiah Thomas (right ankle contusion) is questionable.

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The Clippers have won five of their last six against Phoenix in Los Angeles by an average of 16 points.

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