DeAndre Jordan was a difference maker for the Clippers in Game 1 against the Spurs Sunday night. (And how does this marquee matchup get buried on Sunday night? Come on NBA, you can do better.)
His play protecting the paint was disruptive to the Spurs, who were altering and missing shots (who also were missing their threes) — and there were some monster blocks. Above he got Duncan early.
Later, he got Manu Ginobili good. (To be fair, the Spurs got the ball out of bounds and scored on the ensuing play.)