Clippers star wows fans with vicious dunk

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In one of the most talked about moments of the 2013 NBA season, DeAndre Jordan stuffed home an incredible dunk of the season contender and, in doing so, made then Detroit Pistons guard Brandon Knight a figure of ridicule across the cruel world of social media.

On Wednesday night, with the Los Angeles Clippers having started the 2014 campaign in good form, center Jordan was back to his old tricks with a simply vicious one-handed slam against the Charlotte Bobcats at Staples Center.

With five minutes remaining in the third quarter and Doc Rivers' side up by 11, Jamal Crawford fed the ball over to Jared Dudley in the right corner. 

Dudley proceeded to effortlessly glide past Brendan Haywood after a delicious pump fake and supply the onrushing Jordan with a pretty no-look pass.

With defenders seemingly scrambling to get out of his way, the Clippers big man - who stands at 6 ft 11 in tall - collected the ball and slammed home with true authority.

The Clippers, who sit in fourth spot in the hugely competitive Western Conference with a record of 22-12 following the 112-85 win over Charlotte, return to action on Friday evening with a game against the Dallas Mavericks at American Airlines Center. 

Watch the video of Jordan's emphatic jam above - with thanks to Be sure to look out for Al Jefferson's reaction on defense - there's no way he's risking becoming Jordan's latest poster victim!

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