Found February 12, 2013 on
DeAndre Jordan has become known for his thunderous throwdowns in his short NBA career, but his forte fell slightly short Monday against the Philadelphia 76ers.
In an attempt to convert an alley-oop pass from fellow teammate Chris Paul near the end of the second quarter, Jordan mistimed his leap a bit and fell short of the rim with his ensuing jam.
The 24-year-old center took matters to the official, asking for a blocking call on Philly’s Evan Turner, but even Clippers coach Vinny Del Negro wasn’t sticking up for his player after the play.
Check out Jordan’s epic miss in the video below.
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As previously noted on this website, when the Los Angeles Clippers play a basketball game....there will at least be one notable dunk.In the third quarter of Monday night's Clippers/76ers game, a missed shot by Clippers guard Chris Paul ended with DeAndre Jordan throwing down a nasty dunk:
The Los Angeles Clippers are the biggest show in the NBA in terms of highlight plays. Recently the Clippers or Lob City took a trip to Philadelphia and they put on a show.
Check out 5 highlight dunks the Clippers had on the 76ers below. The damage was done by Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan. Griffin had a monster one hand slam, and Jordan had a monster put back dunk.
The amount of athleticism on the Los Angeles Clippers is downright scary. Today the “other” LA team was in Philly for the last game of their Grammy road trip and they cruised to a 107-90 win over the 76ers. There was also a certain stretch during the game where Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan reminded the world that they are still able to throw it down… Just in case you...
The Philadelphia 76ers got absolutely destroyed by the Los Angeles Clippers on Monday night. At home, they trailed by double digits for the last 33 minutes, lost by 17, and fell into a massive 25-point hole as Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan dunked on them twice in one second. Pictures are worth a thousand words, they say, and to understand the true magnitude of the humiliation...
Believe it or not, but there are some fans of the Los Angeles Lakers who have been clamoring to have Andrew Bynum back in town showing their unhappiness for Dwight Howard this season. The funny thing is, a lot of fans in Philadelphia would probably be fine if Bynum left town too. It has just been that kind of season for Bynum, a season that is seen the Sixers’ 7-foot center...
State Farm continues the separated at birth story of Cliff and Chris Paul with their latest commercial titled “Game On.”
This is sequel to widely popular Chris/Cliff “Born to Assist” installment originally aired on Christmas Day, which has garnered over 645,000 views on YouTube and a @CliffPaul twitter account that has almost 11,0000 followers.
Check out your official BSO...
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Andrew Bynum is still unsure of his return.credit: delcotimes.com
There has been a lot of bad news surrounding the two players that many consider to be the best two centers in the league, Andrew Bynum and Dwight Howard. Howard has battled injuries while his Lakers have struggled, and Bynum has yet to see the floor for the 76ers.
Here we are in February, and Andrew Bynum is still...
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The Clippers got a victory over the reeling Philadelphia 76ers tonight and in the process Blake Griffin added insult to injury by turning Spencer Hawes into a poster.
Personally the look of sheer concern for Hawes’ well-being by the Clippers bench is the funniest part of the video.
photo via ESPN
For the final game of the Clippers road trip, Clipper Nation faced off against the Philadelphia 76′ers. Coming off of a statement win against the Miami Heat, you could probably forgive the Clippers if they were looking beyond the Sixers.
That wasn’t the case. Lob City was absolutely in the building. Check out a few dunk highlights from Blake Griffin and DeAndre...
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Andrew Bynum is experiencing pain in his left knee, which may postpone his return until March.