With a little more than a minute remaining before halftime and the Thunder leading 55-45, Matt Barnes collapsed Oklahoma City's defense with a deep drive into the paint, freeing up Jordan on the right block. A quick shovel pass set the table for Jordan, the NBA's most prolific dunker this season.
Ibaka, one of the league's premier shot-blockers, rotated back to Jordan, but it was too late. The long-armed Jordan prevailed over the long-armed Ibaka, slamming home a strong right-handed finish directly on Ibaka.
Oklahoma City emerged victorious in this battle of the Western Conference powers thanks to 30 points (on 12-for-24 shooting), 11 rebounds and six assists. Kevin Durant added 27 points (on 8-for-26 shooting), four assists and three rebounds in the win.
Blake Griffin led the Clippers with 30 points (on 11-for-23 shooting) and 12 rebounds. Jordan added 10 points (on 4-for-6 shooting), 12 rebounds and three blocks in a losing effort.
The Thunder improved to 57-21 with the win. The Clippers dropped to 55-24 with the loss.