VIDEO: Clippers' Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan can't hit high-five
Even though Los Angeles Clippers big men Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan have great chemistry, they still have some things to work on.
How bad was the Los Angeles Clippers' 116-90 loss to the San Antonio Spurs Thursday night?
Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan didn't just combine for only 19 points on 18 shots and nine rebounds, they also failed to connect on 100 percent of their high-fives during the game. It's one thing to get blown out at home by a team you're chasing in the standings; it's quite another thing to screw up a basic high-five after a free throw attempt.
You'd think by accident, you'd at least graze fingertips.
Although it could be worse; you could have the moment Kevin Love and Wes Johnson had a couple of seasons ago when they were teammates on the Minnesota Timberwolves.
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