Who Dunks It Better: Blake Griffin or Derrick Favors?
Summary of 2 articles · Updated Oct 24, 2013
But the Jazz made it interesting behind 24 points and 17 boards from Derrick Favors. Favors’ offense is gravy for the Jazz at this point, and it’s a good sign of things to come. Favors just signed a four-year, $49 million maximum extension on his rookie deal to remain in Utah. Also, Griffin ran a fluid pick-and-roll with Chris Paul in order to get the dunk. Almost as soon as his feet leave the floor, though, he realizes what who is coming at him and what is about to happen to him namely, becoming the next contestant on that Mozgov-ing screen and he gets a pretty severe case of T-Rex arms.
Rudy Gobert thinks about blocking Blake Griffin’s dunk, thinks again, gets banged on (Video)
Reaction time is everything in the NBA. It can mean the difference between being able to slide over a screen and getting plastered by the pick, breaking up a pass that starts a fast break and giving up an uncontested layup, beating the buzzer and coming…