So that's why they call him "Mini LeBron."
If you watched this play live, you knew something crazy was going to happen before it actually happened. It was just a matter of who would be providing the crazy.
Anytime the Clippers force a turnover and look to run the other way, you can expect to see some form of spectacular finish on a routine basis. But no matter how much you expect it, nothing can make a Tomahawk alley-oop by a 6'1'' guard seem routine.
Between Blake Griffin, DeAndre Jordan and Eric Bledsoe, there may not be a more athletically potent one-two-three combo of young studs in the league.
The Clippers play "above the rim" basketball higher than any team around.