Nov 18, 2012, 7:59 AM EDT
There are other contenders for the title, but the Clippers remain the king of highlights.
In part because they have Blake Griffin and D’Andre Jordan — the most athletic front line in the NBA. But mostly because they have Chris Paul — watch the lobs on the second of these dunks, almost a volleyball set right on target. The athletic bigs make the steals then it is off to the races.
The Clippers won again, 101-80 over the Bulls, and are 7-2 on the season. They are defending and getting great play from Jordan and as long as they are getting that they are potential contenders in the West.
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