Lob City was in Illinois on Tuesday night.
Fueled by several rim-rattling dunks, the Los Angeles Clippers pulled out a 94-89 road victory over the Chicago Bulls, running their winning streak to seven games.
The Bulls cut L.A.'s lead down to two on separate occasions in the final minute, but Chris Paul, who finished with 18 points and three steals, scored five points down the stretch to help the Clips move to 15-6.
Carlos Boozer led Chicago with 24 points and 13 rebounds in the loss. The Bulls now sit at 11-9.
For a complete look at the full box score, check out NBA.com.
Player of the Game: Blake Griffin
In addition to several YouTube-worthy dunks, Griffin chipped in 22 points (on 10-of-19 shooting) to go with 10 rebounds (four offensive), three assists and a steal.
It was an impressive showing from the dynamic power forward, as he led L.A.'s starters with a plus/minus of plus-eight.
Up Next for Los Angeles
The Clippers don't get much time to celebrate this win. They will try to extend their streak when they head to Charlotte to take on the Bobcats on Wednesday.
Up Next for Chicago
The Bulls also don't get a day of rest, as they travel to Philadelphia to battle the 76ers on Wednesday.
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