Nov 22, 2013, 10:03 AM EDT
Which why he has some spectacular blocks, like this one on Russell Westbrook Thursday night.
Best part of this? Jordan didn’t swat it into the third row, rather it stayed in bounds and they were able to turn it into a transition opportunity (that may have been more luck than anything else, but still).
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