The win is Purdue's third in a row and sixth in its last seven outings.
The win gives Purdue a 4-1 Big Ten record for the first time since the 2003-04 season.
Purdue also improves to 87-81 against Illinois in the all-time series and makes them 56-27 against the Fighting Illini in West Lafayette.
The win improves Purdue to 4-2 in its last six home games against Illinois. The win is also the second-straight over Illinois in the series and makes Purdue 2-4 in their last six games overall against Illinois.
The win gives the Boilermakers a 13-5 start for the second-straight season under head coach Matt Painter. It is Purdue's third 13-5 start in the last 10 seasons.
The win makes Purdue 25-2 in its last 27 home games.
The win gives Purdue 18 wins in their last 25 games dating back to last season.
The win improves the Boilermakers to 10-1 in their last 11 home Big Ten games.
The win improves Matt Painter's career coaching record to 69-41 overall and 424-36 at Purdue.
Purdue's all-time record improves to 1,545-903.
The win improves Purdue to 259-81 in home conference games in Mackey Arena.
Purdue was led in scoring by Keaton Grant with 22 points. It is the fifth-time this season that he has led the Boilermakers in points. He also continued his three-point shooting tear with four three-pointers. It is the fifth-straight game that he has made two or more three-pointers.
Grant also reached double-digits 12 times in his last 13 games. He only reached that mark three times in his first 37 games as a Boilermaker.
Grant's 22 points marks only the third time this season that a Boilermaker has reached 20 or more points. It is the second-straight game that Grant has reached that mark.
Hummel and sophomore Chris Kramer each recorded four steals. It is the fifth time this season that Kramer has recorded four or more. Hummel tied his career-high with the four.
Hummel also scored 13 points. It is the 10th time he has reached 10 or more points this season.
Purdue's bench was outscored by Illinois's bench 15-12. It is only the fourth time this season that Purdue's bench has been outscored by an opponents.
Nemanja Calasan also scored 17 points to mark the fifth time this season that he has scored 10 or more points.