Remember When DeAndre Jordan Told Mark Cuban He Was On A Date? Well He Was Out To Dinner With Blake Griffin
Oh man, almost makes you wish that Mark Cuban had gotten a response and he showed up to Blake and DeAndre arm in arm with their bags packed for Dallas. To call that awkward wouldn't even do it justice. Hey, at least he didn't lie, which was pretty much the implication from Cuban's rant on CyberDust. You can go on platonic dates. Shit, females do it all the time to make themselves sound more active in the dating game than they actually are. Dinner with Blake is absolutely a date. Especially when you consider that Blake Griffin, the guy that was pitching DJ on coming back, surely flipped the bill. Once one party is fully taken care of by another party it goes from just spending time together to a date real quick.
Honestly, Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan dating would be the best public relations move possible at this point. Let's just say the Clippers aren't the most likable team in the league as it stands right now. With gay marriage at the forefront people would have no choice but to love the Clippers. Shit, that might be enough to turn me gay. They would turn into 'America's Team' overnight. Jersey sales through the roof. You couldn't criticize a damn thing the team did without being at risk of being labeled as close minded. You can't chastise gay couples one short week after the 4th of July and two short weeks after the legalization of gay marriage, it's un-American. Might as well start licking stranger's donuts and denouncing this country like Ariana Grande. There's no negative spin on a couple homosexuals dominating a professional sport. The would redefine the term 'Power Couple'. That would certainly explain how they mastered giving opponents facials. With those verticals, I can't even garner an educated guess to who would be the bottom.
P.S. Check out the 'Lowe Post' podcast in the tweet above. It basically goes through all the happenings of Wednesday with J.J. Redick. If you are a Clippers fan, or were at all intrigued by the twitter games and emoji-gate, it's definitely worth the listen.