The moment he takes flight, DeAndre Jordan becomes less a missile and more a dirigible, churning in the air, gaining inch after inch of height.
We are officially in the NBA offseason, which means many ballers are headed out on vacation. Let's catch up and see what our favorites are up to in their travels.
It was hard to look at this game as a Jazz win so much as a Clippers loss, though, as the Clippers continued to not live up to their billing.
For now, let's just enjoy what the Clippers can accomplish with the ball in Paul's hands.
With three of their four stars eligible for free agency this summer, this is the Clippers' last, best chance for a run at the title. They are peaking at the right time, but will it be enough?
You'd think some things, like DeAndre Jordan missing a free throw, wouldn't be surprising, but the universe is a mysterious place full of wonder.
We got tipped off to what some of the contestants have in store for this year's NBA All-Star Weekend dunk contest.
Will continuing to plug and play junk-pile wings with Paul, Reddick, Griffin, and Jordan be enough to get the Clippers past the Warriors?
The Clippers are winning because they enter every game with more talent and continuity than their opponents, and the star power of Chris Paul and Blake Griffin cannot be matched.