2. DeAndre Jordan can dunk … among many other things. The Clippers center scored all 12 of his points on dunks, but that was just a sliver of what he did. He had 11 rebounds and continued to alter shots with his strong defensive presence. “All he wants to do is go get it, meaning he blocks shots and rebounds,” Clippers Coach
3. Jamal Crawford was in a sharing mood. The shooting guard looked more like he was trying to outdo
4. Paul continues to engineer vastly improved ball movement. The point guard had 12 assists and only one turnover, improving on an already otherwordly assist-to-turnover ratio. He now has a ratio of 6.8 to one on the season, far exceeding his career mark of 4.12 assists for every turnover. He was especially deft with the ball during a first quarter in which the Clippers had 11 assists on their 17 baskets and shot 68%. "The ball movement in the first quarter was beautiful," Rivers said. "It's hard to guard that."