Nickelodeon's Kids Choice Sports 2017 gave viewers lots of what they love, slime. The award show is known for bringing some of the world's most popular athletes on stage and coming up with creative ways to douse then in green slime. And that's exactly what happened when Los Angeles Clipper DeAndre Jordan took on Detroit Piston Andre Drummond.
The two centers were tasked with racing over Slime Mountain. Slime mountain is a giant slide of slime and in order to to conquer it the athletes had to run up a flight of exponentially larger stairs, smash a bunch of food, grab a helmet, and slide down the slime slime to hit the winning buzzer.
Initially the two were about even but when it came time to smash some food, Jordan jumped ahead of Drummond. In fact by the time Jordan had made it to the bottom of the slime slide, he was so ahead of Drummond that he took a moment to dab before hitting the race winning buzzer.
Considering Jordan played under former Clippers owner Donald Sterling, it's no surprise he was so good at dealing with slime.