Chicago Bulls vs. Los Angeles Clippers 11/17/12: Video Highlights and Recap

Ian Hanford@Ian_HanfordFeatured ColumnistNovember 18, 2012

The Los Angeles Clippers continued their momentum, stomping the Chicago Bulls 101-80 Saturday night.

The Clippers were paced by another double-double effort from Blake Griffin. The power forward dropped 26 points and snagged 10 rebounds in just over 33 minutes on the floor.

This one was close after the first quarter, but Los Angeles slowly pulled away as the game went along. Too much offensive firepower and 15 turnovers spelled doom for an offensively challenged Chicago squad.

Griffin was backed by by 22 points off the bench from Jamal Crawford, 10 from Eric Bledsoe and 13 from Matt Barnes.

For a complete look at the box score, check out NBA.com.

 

Player of the Game: Blake Griffin

Griffin has become a more refined offensive player this year, and it's a big reason that the Clippers are playing so well.

He's still the same menace on the glass, but he's scoring in more ways than he used too. On top of that, he's playing efficient basketball.

Los Angeles' athleticism is tough for teams to stop as it is. When Griffin plays like this, it's nearly impossible to slow this team down.

 

What's Next for the Chicago Bulls?

The 5-4 Bulls will play the Portland Trail Blazers on Sunday.

 

What's Next for the Los Angeles Clippers?

The 7-2 Clippers will face the San Antonio Spurs on Monday.

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