Is this the highest Alley-oop between Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan so far?

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Another instant highlight from the members of the formerly known "Lob City" as Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan combine for an incredible alley-oop play.

One of the most underrated aspects of Blake Griffin's game is his passing ability, over the last 7 games Blake has averaged 5.3 assists per game.

To put that into perspective, Kevin Love currently leads all power forwards this season in the assists per game category with a statistic of 4.3.

There has been a lot of attention paid to the much improvement of Griffin's ball handling skills, appearing often to look like an oversized point guard, if you don't believe me check it out here.

The reason why its important to stress how good Griffin is becoming at passing the rock is because it has become a vital asset to the Clippers offense, his ability to throw alley-oops to DeAndre Jordan is has surpassed anyones expectations and we are now being treated to some of the most fantastic highlights in NBA history.

Today's alley-oop which may be the highest one they have recorded shows the connection and chemistry the two are building in the front court.

Just simply marvel at the show they put on every week and be grateful that you are able to witness such spectacularly executed basketball.

L.A. Clippers
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