SCENARIO: On a 1-on-1 fast break you have DeAndre Jordan, the seven-foot high-flyer, with the ball. On the other end you have Glen Davis, the six-nine forward who, well, he doesn’t jump, that’s what. And what happens? Well, what we’d all expect to happen; this:
At some points, like they do with Blake Griffin, players will stop jumping when DeAndre Jordan prepares to take flight especially after the Brandon Knight incident heard ’round the world. I’m not sure why Big Baby went up with Jordan as if he was Larry Sanders, but if he was looking to be apart of a highlight film, either as the one creating the highlight or the one being it, then his job was accomplished.