Being Jon Brockman is tough. When you are Jon Brockman you will generally get disrespected because you are relatively unknown player on the Milwaukee Bucks. Sure, you play in the NBA and that is all well and good but you are still Jon Brockman.
Now, Brockman will have to deal with the fact that he will be forever immortalized in any dunk reel featuring DeAndre Jordan of the Los Angeles Clippers. What Jordan did to him will wake him up at nights for the rest of his life.
Jordan, with his solid play, helped the Clippers to their franchise best ninth straight home win as they beat the Bucks 105-98. He had 16 points on 7-8 shooting from the floor while collecting seven rebounds and rejecting five shots. Not being satisfied with owning Brockman, Jordan also had a nice ally-oop throw down from Randy Foye.
All in all it was a very nice performance for Jordan. As for Brockman…well, that is a completely different story.
Brockman finished the game with zero points, one rebound, and four personal fouls. Yeah, it sucks to be Jon Brockman right now.