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Riley Report: The Citadel begins SoCon play

Previously: Previewing The Citadel’s 2015 baseball season

The Citadel begins league play in the Southern Conference after a fairly lengthy pre-conference schedule (23 games). The Bulldogs are 14-9 as they enter their first SoCon weekend series, travelling to Cullowhee to take on Western Carolina. 999 more words

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DeAndre Jordan Dunked on Jason Smith Last Night

DeAndre Jordan is known for dunking on people. He dunks the ball like he is mad at the world. Just ask Brandon Knight, who will forever be haunted by Jordan dunking on him and embarrassing him. 29 more words


Watch DeAndre Jordan Baptize Jason Smith

All year, DeAndre Jordan has been on pace¬†to threaten¬†Wilt Chamberlain’s more than 40-year-old record for highest field goal percentage (.727) during a single season. 90 more words


DeAndre Jordan lets the Knicks know who controls the paint with this vicious poster dunk

DeAndre Jordan has been dominant for the Los Angeles Clippers on both ends of the floor this season.

In a contest against the lowly New York Knicks, Jordan showed off his scoring ability with this vicious dunk on Jason Smith. 11 more words


VIDEO: DeAndre Jordan victimizes Jason Smith with poster dunk

DeAndre Jordan crushed Jason Smith with a huge poster slam.

DeAndre Jordan made all seven of his shots in Los Angeles’ 111-80 throttling of the New York Knicks on Wednesday night, but none of Jordan’s bucket’s were more demoralizing than his victimization of New York Knicks forward Jason Smith with a huge poster dunk. 31 more words


DeAndre Jordan dunks on Jason Smith, Smith's face can't handle it (video)

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Jason Smith is 7-foot. Please remember this while you watch DeAndre Jordan destroy him.

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DeAndre Jordan Dunked All Over Jason Smith in Clippers Rout of Knicks

The Clippers, at the time of this writing, are up 30 points in the third quarter on the Knicks at Madison Square Garden. Noting punctuates the Clips dominance on the hapless, lottery bound Knicks than DeAndre Jordan’s ferocious slam right in the face of Jason Smith. 50 more words