The Los Angeles Clippers wanted to shed the “Lob City” label of previous seasons. While Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan were good for a number of spectacular dunks and alley-oops set up by Chris Paul, they felt that a departure from the nickname and the philosophy might establish them as a playoff team with more substance.
You wouldn’t know it by watching their game at the Denver Nuggets on Monday night. The game consisted of a number of shattering dunks from both Griffin and Jordan, including a couple alley-oops from Griffin to Jordan.
And Jordan threw this one down with even more authority.