J.R. Smith is either really good or really bad. We’ve known that for his entire career. He’ll either hit eight three-pointers and throw down a few dunks, or go 0-for-17 with a missed layup. It can be frustrating to watch him play at times. But one thing’s for sure about Smith – when he plays well, he really plays well.
What happened to the Los Angeles Clippers? They used to throw down impressive alley-oops and dunks almost every night.
They’ve really changed since Coach Doc Rivers took over. I think it’s safe to say that the “Lob City” era is now over.