DeAndre Jordan throws down an alley-opp dunk over Pistons' guard Brandon Knight.
The Lob-City players are at it again. On Sunday against the Detroit Pistons, Clippers center DeAndre Jordan threw down an alley-oop dunk from Chris Paul that was so brutal and vicious that Pistons’ guard Brand Knight may never try to block a dunk again.
Late in the second-quarter Paul brought the ball up the court and made a hard move to his right, and threw up a high alley-oop pass too Jordan in the center of the key. Jordan then caught the ball mid-air—with Knight defending—and proceeded to throw down the nastiest, meanest slam since, well, the last time that Blake Griffin dunked a ball.
Brandon Knight ended up on his back, and was called for the foul to boot. Fortunately for Knight, this highlight dunk will finally get everyone to stop talking about Kyrie Irving breaking his ankles multiply times during All-Star weekend. All Knight has to do now is get embarrassed by LeBron so everyone can forget about him getting embarrassed by Jordan.