Got 50? No big deal.

The Clippers made history Wednesday by earning the franchise's 50th win and had an agreeable opponent in town in the Phoenix Suns, too. The Clippers dominated the Suns 126-101, and while they're happy for the breakthrough win, they want more.

You can tell by the lack of celebration.

If Clippers fans didn't know about the breakthrough 50th win, they'll have to read about it. The Clippers didn't even put the No. 50 in bright lights on the video board or release streamers or do anything.

For maligned Clippers fans who have been waiting to celebrate anything related to winning, it was a bit shocking.

"The fans know," Clippers coach Vinny Del Negro said. "You write it and talk about it. Hopefully, we can win the division, which hasn't been done. Expectations are great. You've got to manage them the right way. We're doing that."

The Clippers are acting like they've been there before - in terms of 50 wins - even though they haven't.

DeAndre Jordan had eight dunks en route to a double-double with 20 points and 12 rebounds. He made 10 of 15 field goals, but when you're dunking all the time, your field goal percentage tends to look stellar.

Chris Paul had a double-double with 15 points and 12 assists, and the Clippers got back on the right track, at least for one game. They had lost four of their previous five games, and they're still in line to win the Pacific Division with a 50-26 record.

The game was marred by a shoving match near the Suns bench and the ejection of the Clippers' Ryan Hollins. In the fourth quarter, Hollins put Goran Dragic in an extended headlock, and he was called for a flagrant-2 foul and was automatically ejected.

Suns forward Michael Beasley entered the fray and was called for a technical foul and was ejected well.

"I don't want to discus the incident until I speak to the NBA, but I definitely didn't have intent to hurt, and I don't think (Dragic) did either," Hollins said.