Utah’s Rudy Gobert is really making leaps as a defensive presence in the paint, you have to like that he goes after a lot of blocks, alters a lot of shots.
But sometimes that means you look bad.
Like when you try to stop the Clippers DeAndre Jordan on the alley-oop. Jordan has a history of making guys look bad and Gobert is in some good company, and you can expect before the season is out a few more will join the club.
The Clippers won the game 107-101 — Blake Griffin had 31 points, Chris Paul a triple-double — but the Jazz made them work for it.