There weren't many positives to take away from the Clippers most recent loss, their third in a row, to the Toronto Raptors. In a game that lacked energy and execution, this play made by DeAndre Jordan and Wesley Johnson was one of the few bright spots. For a team that is in an undeniable rut, it's plays like this that get the crowd and bench involved and can really swing momentum in the Clippers favor.
The play on the jump-ball, which took place between DeAndre and Luis Scola underneath the Clippers basket, was clearly designed, as if you watch closely, you can see Wesley Johnson start to streak upcourt as the ball is tossed. DJ perfectly bats it to the opposite three point line where it hits Wes in stride and he finishes with the impressive double-clutch to avoid the trailing defender.
Here's the video (from ESPN.com):
Though the play is really made by the initial win by DJ, Wesley Johnson continues to show that he can contribute to this team as the athletic presence that they are sorely lacking on the wing. A couple more plays like this, some hard-nosed defense, and continued consistency shooting the three should force Doc's hand to get this guy on the floor more, maybe even into the starting lineup.