Blake Griffin had 19 points and nine rebounds in the Los Angeles Clippers' 102-83 win over the Toronto Raptors.
Chris Paul and Jamal Crawford netted 16 points apiece for Los Angeles, which has won six straight on the heels of a four-game skid.
DeMar DeRozan poured in 24 points for the Raptors, who have lost four consecutive contests and 10 of their last 11.
Linas Kleiza added 17 points in the setback.
DeRozan's putback layup pulled Toronto within 81-79 with 9:06 left in the fourth quarter, but the Clippers countered with an elongated 18-1 run.
Eric Bledsoe, who had seven points during the surge, capped it with a driving layup and made it 99-80 with 4:30 to play. Crawford registered a four-point play during the stretch, the NBA-record 35th of his NBA career.
"We hit a wall and lost rhythm," Raptors head coach Dwane Casey said. "The ball stopped moving. They turned up the defensive intesity."
The Clippers outscored Toronto, 25-10, in the final frame.
"In the fourth it was all defense," Crawford said. "We were able to get stops."
Los Angeles led, 25-21, after the quarter of play, but Toronto held a 26-19 advantage in the second stanza and took a 47-44 edge into the locker room.
The Clippers had a 77-73 margin after three.
Bledsoe finished with 14 points and six assists ... Los Angeles turned the ball over just nine times and forced 11 steals ... DeAndre Jordan had 10 rebounds for the Clippers.