Video: Warriors’ Jordan Bell botches wide-open slam dunk
Bell screened Kevin Durant for an easy pick and roll action. However, he was just too short for the tomahawk slam.
This season, Jordan Bell played has in 29 games but only started in one. He averages 12.6 minutes per game, scoring 2.7 points, grabbing 2.8 boards, and dishing 1.3 assists. Bell has a lot of growth to do before he becomes a starting caliber player for the Warriors.
Once when Jordan Bell was a rookie, he was asked by a reporter what his secret to success is:
“Run every single time, and pass it to the lightskinned dudes and the one skinny dude.”
Jordan Bell has a bit of humor in him as well.
The Warriors are continuing their dominant play. They are 20-10 on the season and are currently ranked second in the NBA’s Western Conference.
Kevin Durant is averaging 29.0 points, 7.7 rebounds, and 6.2 assists per game while shooting 51.1 percent from the field. Stephen Curry is also averaging a nuclear 29.6 points, 5.2 points, and 5.7 assists per game while shooting 50.3 percent from the field.
The Warriors have arguably one of the best scorers of all-time in Durant, the best shooter of all-time in Stephen Curry, and one of the best spot-up shooters ever in Klay Thompson. When they’re hot, they are impossible to stop.
The Warriors will play the Jazz next in Utah this upcoming Wednesday.