Video: Chris Singleton & DeAndre Jordan Host A Block-Off Party

By: 03.13.12
Chris Singleton

Monday night belonged to the block shot artists — but who did it best?

Think of last night’s slate of games like a buffet line of blocked shots. You had your two-hand Bismack Biyombo variety to save the win against New Orleans to start things off. Move down the line a little later and Washington’s Chris Singleton came with the one-handed “long arm of the law” kind on Manu Ginobili at the rim, the kind where you see the ball freeze in mid-air. Check it out at play No. 7 below.

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Lastly, the Clippers’ DeAndre Jordan finished the night with just a kidnapping of a block in L.A., grabbing a floater by Boston’s Rajon Rondo right out of the air like it was the ball Jordan brought to the game from home. Jordan absolutely gloves this shot.

Now, I love buffets, but no matter how often you hit one up, you’re always left with the same question: What do I pick? Which block is the best?

What player would you least want to drive on?

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