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Paul George could not lead the Los Angeles Clippers to the win over the Chicago Bulls Sunday. The Clippers’ star talked about the Bulls’ revamped roster and Lonzo Ball, who joined the Chicago franchise this past summer.

The Clippers came into Sunday having won every game in November, averaging 115.3 points. They’ll try to improve to 8-1 in November on Tuesday night.

They just scored 90 points against the Bulls on Sunday night. Sunday marked one of the ugliest shooting games of the month for LA, shooting just 35.8 percent from the field and 32.4 percent from deep.

Paul George led his team in scoring, but shot 7-of-25 for the night. On the other side, Ball had a solid defensive performance, helping Chicago to the win.

“He just makes the game easy for everybody out there. I think where he made the best jump is him being able to shoot the ball. Before, you could kinda help off him, but he’s shooting the ball well, plays defense, rebounds, kicks the ball ahead,” George said on Ball, per Tomer Azarly of clutchpoints.com.

Ball finished Sunday’s contest with 10 points, five rebounds, and three assists, along with three steals. The Bulls’ guard tantrum of Ball and Caruso dominated on the defensive end and helped the Bulls return to their winning ways.

Chicago continues its road trip in the Western Conference, facing the Los Angeles Lakers Monday night. The Clippers will hope to add to the winning column vs the Spurs Wednesday.