Los Angeles, CA (Sports Network) - The Los Angeles Clippers had a mini skid
following their franchise-record winning streak, but Chris Paul helped them
rediscover their winning ways against their in-city rivals.
Paul tallied 30 points, including his team's last eight, 13 assists and six
rebounds in the Clippers' 107-102 win over the Los Angeles Lakers.
Blake Griffin added 24 points for the Clippers, who snapped a brief two-game
slide on the heels of their record-setting 17-game stretch.
Kobe Bryant poured in 38 points for the Lakers, who have dropped three of
their last four contests following a five-game winning streak.
The Sports Network