Jan 25, 2014; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Los Angeles Clippers forward Jared Dudley (9) during their game against the Toronto Raptors at Air Canada Centre. The Clippers beat the Raptors 126-118. Mandatory Credit: Tom Szczerbowski-USA TODAY Sports

The Best of Jared Dudley's Twitter Q&A

Between the rest of the weekend belonging to New Orleans as they host the 2014 All-Star game and waiting on a flight at an airport, Jared Dudley decided to hold a Q&A with his followers prior to his flight. And we’ve decided to post the best questions and answers that derived from the session:

Editor’s Note: Unless you’ve been under a rock, the Mt. Rushmore thing has been a topic of conversation amongst NBA heads since Lebron James made comments on the situation. My Mt. Rushmore is similar to Dudley’s, but instead of having Shaquille O’Neal I’d replace him with Bill Russell.

Sounds about right!

Just gonna assume this is a shot at Kawhi Leonard

Kendrick Lamar definitely isn’t becoming a Clippers fan now.

Keep this in mind next time Stephen Curry goes for 40 against the Clippers.


If a millionaire such as Jared Dudley can’t get his hand on the Yeezy’s then we as normal folk don’t stand a chance.

Dudley is the best tweeter on the Clippers, often chiming in on whatever the topic of discussion and constantly interacting with his fans. Give him a follow and maybe he’ll answer one of your questions.

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    It bothers me when any discussion about the best players of all time does not begin with Wilt. I must assume that the posters (Dudley) are not familiar with his stats or never saw Wilt play. He is the only player to consistently average over forty points a game, twenty rebounds, and ten assists. He would dominant even in todays era. Does anyone realize that he scored over fifty a game and over twenty rebounds for a few years. It also bothers me when he is compared to Russell and Jabaar. Both of them played on great teams with several all stars and great coaches. Many of Wilt’s teams had no talent,he was the whole team.When surrounded with decent talent his team had one of the best records in NBA history and won the championship. Wilt is the most dominant player of all time, hands down.