Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan Go for Liftoff in Houston

January 15th, 2013 by Maxwell Ogden Leave a reply »
Copy and paste this every time the Los Angeles Clippers play a game: Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan threw down two monster dunks.

Just four minutes into the opening quarter of play, Eric Bledsoe did the usual: made an outstanding defensive plays. Houston Rockets' point guard Jeremy Lin attempted to push the ball up court, but the 6'1" Bledsoe leaped, tipped the pass and came down with it.

Bledsoe, who is starting his second game in place of the injured Chris Paul, would proceed to throw it up to Jordan.

You know how this ended, folks. Lob City at it's finest.

That certainly wasn't the only significant dunk of the first quarter.

Roughly five minutes later, Griffin knocked the ball loose from Omer Asik. The ball crossed the mid-court line and only Lin appeared to care for chasing it down.

Griffin would catch up with the ball, pick it up off the bounce, take two steps without a dribble and ferociously throw down a vicious jam.

In typical fashion, fans came out in the masses to debate whether or not this was in fact a legal dunk. The objection is that Griffin traveled before going up for the t ...

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