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The Clippers picked up a big road win on Tuesday night as the Bulls continued to struggle without Derrick Rose.
The Los Angeles Clippers continued their winning ways on Tuesday night as they took on the Chicago Bulls. Backed by strong performances from Blake Griffin and Chris Paul, the Clippers picked up the 94-89 victory on the road.
Griffin led the way with 22 points, 10 rebounds and three assists. Paul chipped in 18 points and four assists, and turned the ball over just two times against a tough Bulls defense. Jamal Crawford continued to play inspired basketball off the bench, scoring 10 points and dishing out five assists in 31 minutes of backup duty. When Crawford was on the floor, the Clippers were +13 in scoring.
As for the Bulls, their short-handed roster was put to the test yet again. Carlos Boozer played 40 minutes and led Chicago in both scoring and rebounds with 24 and 13, respectively. Luol Deng did not have his best game, going 3-for-14 from the field on his way to just eight points and four turnovers.
L.A. is now 15-6 this season, while Chicago dropped to 11-9.