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Russell Westbrook, Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan throw down huge slam dunks

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We all know Russell Westbrook, Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan can throw it down with the best in the game. 

Griffin won the Slam Dunk Contest in 2011 and makes up one third of Lob City in Los Angeles, while Westbrook is a player fans crave to see compete in the contest one day. 

Night after night, the Oklahoma City Thunder guard dunk over people without any regard for human life, and was at his devastating best again last night as OKC fell to the Detroit Pistons in the Motor City. 

WATCH WESTBROOK'S SLAM HERE

Early in the game, Westbrook burst past Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and threw the ball down with such power and aggression that it bounced into the hands of an official who was standing outside of the three-point line, towards the scoring table. 

Oklahoma City Thunder v Philadelphia 76ers

Sensing what was about to happen, Pistons defender Marcus Morris moved out of the lane and allowed the perennial All-Star a clear route to the basket. The point guard then proceeded to stare down the crowd, which is his go-to move after a huge dunk. 

Griffin and Jordan were having their own personal showcase as the Clippers romped to victory over Brooklyn. 

WATCH BLAKE AND JORDAN HERE

Griffin threw down a huge one-handed slam off an Austin Rivers pass, and Jordan collected a dish from Paul and put Justin Hamilton on a poster.

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DeAndre Jordan
LA Clippers
Pacific Division
Western Conference
Oklahoma City Thunder
Northwest Division
Russell Westbrook
Blake Griffin

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