If Nick "Swaggy P" Young has it his way, LeBron James, not Blake Griffin, is going to be facing a team with serious swag in Space Jam 2. TMZ Sports recently caught up with Young and talked to him about the possibility of a Space Jam sequel being made. Show More Summary
When it comes to things you probably shouldn't say, Nick "Swaggy P" Young takes the cake. It all begins with Space Jam. This cartoon classic originally starred Michael Jordan, and now a sequel is rumored to be made. Just don't go bother...Show More Summary
There's no way Blake Griffin could take over for Michael Jordan in a "Space Jam" sequel -- 'cause he's "too beige"... so says Lakers star Nick Young. Swaggy P was out in L.A. when we were talking about Griffin's recent…
The day that the world found out DeAndre Jordan decided to leave the Clippers for the Dallas Mavericks, his good buddy and former Clippers teammate Blake Griffin was not at home sulking.
Both of the Clippers' superstars, Blake Griffin and Chris Paul, are among the top 10 most popular NBA jerseys from April through June.
Blake Griffin could be the next Michael Jordan -- 'cause the guy was throwin' down in Venice Beach with Marvin the Martian on what appeared to be a Space Jam themed commercial shoot. Words on the street...…
Lakers first-round draft pick D’Angelo Russell better hold it together next season when his team meets the Clippers. As a 16-year-old, Russell practically lost it when Blake Griffin dunked just feet away from him at a Team USA practice ahead of the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. “He didn’t even stretch, though!” said Russell incredulously, his […]
I can't in good conscience type the words "a young D'Angelo Russell" while describing a guy currently 19 years of age, so we'll just go with "a younger D'Angelo Russell." A younger D'Angelo Russell first walked into the greater public consciousness in 2012, when cameras captured him losing his mind over a monstrous Blake Griffin dunk. Show More Summary
Blake Griffin's penis is like a "Pringles can made of flesh"... so says a dude who would know, The Fat Jewish... who got up close and personal with Blake's dong during a game of mini-hoops. The Instagram star says the two hooked up for an…
The driver warmed up a sandwich on the dashboard
A generous Uber driver went the extra mile to serve Los Angeles Clippers star Blake Griffin Wednesday. Perhaps fearing that Griffin (...)
Clippers superstar power forward Blake Griffin spoke to the Players’ Tribune about this past season and his plans for the summer. Checkout some of the highlights from the interview below.
Blake Griffin And Steve Ballmer Unveil The New Clippers Logo from Funny Or Die The Clippers new logo … isn’t great. But the (...)
The Los Angeles Clippers unveiled new logos and uniforms Wednesday, but as this video shows, the rebranding process wasn't so easy. In fact, it actually took some trial and error. Clippers owner Steve Ballmer and a handful of players put together a Funny or Die video to have some fun with the unveiling. Show More Summary
Clippers 105, Lakers 100 (end of regulation)
Blake Griffin And Steve Ballmer Unveil The New Clippers Logo from Funny Or Die Clippers owner Steve Ballmer and the players appeared in a Funny or Die video before the release of the team's new logo on Thursday. The video opens with Ballmer speaking to the Clippers, who are gathered in front of...
Blake Griffin and Steve Ballmer Unvei... 2:21 Blake Griffin and Los Angeles Clippers teammates Ekpe Udoh, Dahntay Jones, Jordan Hamilton and C. J. Wilcox react to owner Steve Ballmer's new logo designs. Submitted by: SteveOrDie Regular Keywords: Blake Griffen Steve Ballmer Los Angeles Clippers logo Clippers logo Views: 20
The Los Angeles Clippers are old, but they're also not. They have this odd dichotomy: a roster containing a core of guys in their primes and a bench of almost-retirees. Blake Griffin, Chris Paul, DeAndre Jordan and J.J. Redick are all spry as can be, in the midst of the best parts of their careers. Show More Summary
Much like last year's Song of Summer (sorry, Iggy), "Trap Queen" is all about living by the code of the streets — or, in Fetty Wap's case, the stove. But just in case you've been too embarrassed to look up bando on Urban Dictionary, NBA star Blake Griffin is using his... More »
It's no secret that hip-hop is the soundtrack to the NBA. But if you have a specific question about the genre – any question – apparently Blake Griffin is the guy to run to. With Fetty Wap's song "Trap Queen" continuing to climb the charts, ClevverTV hit the streets of Los...