DeAndre Jordan dunks have a certain ruthlessness to them. No defender caught in Jordan’s way will be given quarter or mercy—only the immortality of a YouTube highlight and the distinction of being Vine looped into infinity. Milwaukee’s Greg Monroe is the latest to claim the (dis)honor in a home game Wednesday night, having stepped in front of a runaway Jordan in a late attempt to draw a charge. Jordan gave him a painful reminder of the importance of punctuality:
And once more, slowed to the point where we can feel Monroe’s pain courtesy of NBA TV.
The Clippers went on to win, 109–95, for their 13 win this season. Milwaukee fell to 9–14. Jordan finished with nine points and a game-high 19 rebounds. Monroe posted 16 points and 10 rebounds for the Bucks.