DeAndre Jordan stepped onto the court as an All-Star for the first time in his career in the second quarter Sunday night, proceeding to do what he’s known for, just in more dazzling fashion.
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DeAndre Jordan participated Saturday in his first NBA slam dunk contest, starting out by jumping over DJ Khaled’s booth and snagging the ball out of Khaled’s hand on his way up.
DeAndre Jordan would watch the All-Star Slam Dunk Contest as a kid and wonder how the contestants jumped so far, wishing one day he could be in their shoes.
The All-Stars finally get a morning to relax, then it’s off to the weekend’s main event. For Jordan, it’s a return to Smoothie King Center a night after participating in All-Star Saturday.
The Clippers (35-21) head into the All-Star break with plenty of momentum, dismantling the Hawks (32-24) by riding their defense once again to a fourth straight win.
Jazz head coach Quin Snyder used a football metaphor last year to describe DeAndre Jordan working like a middle linebacker the way he calls out the defense for the Clippers. This year, he turned to baseball for his analogy.
The Clippers (34-21) completely stifled a Jazz team (34-22) they’ve now beaten in 17 of their last 18 matchups, somehow finding a way to put together their strongest defensive performance of the season on the last game of a five-game road trip and on their 10th road matchup in their last 11 games overall.
The National Basketball Association today announced that L.A. Clippers forward Blake Griffin has been named Western Conference Player of the Week for games played Monday, Feb. 6, through Sunday, Feb. 12.
As Blake Griffin continued his near triple-double ways Saturday afternoon, adding Miles Plumlee to the collection of victims featured on his most jaw-dropping poster dunks, he needed assistance.