Aside from playing power forward at an elite level, Blake Griffin and Karl Malone don't have a whole heck of a lot in common. Blake has red hair, Karl has no hair. Blake does car commercials, Karl does commercials for...Deer scents or...Show More Summary
Blake Griffin had a dominant 37-point performance in LA's 112-105 win over the Suns, shooting 14-16 from the field, but midway through the fourth quarter he and P.J. Tucker had themselves a wrestling match in the paint. Griffin and Tucker...Show More Summary
Add the Phoenix Suns' P.J. Tucker to the growing list of NBA players who like to get tangled up with Blake Griffin. With a little over five minutes left in the fourth quarter of Monday's game and the Los Angeles Clippers leading the Suns 104-90, Griffin and Tucker became ensnared underneath the basket following a missed shot. Show More Summary
It's taken nearly four years, but the masses are finally coming around in seeing how impressive an all-around player Blake Griffin is. To really cement his status as a top-10 NBA player and the best power forward in the game, though,...Show More Summary
What a feeble effort from LA.
Last night, fans at the Staples Center were first-hand witnesses of the biggest beatdown in Los Angeles Lakers history, as the Clippers steamrolled the Kobe-less Lakers by a franchise record 48 points. We could sit here and tell you about how the Clippers shot 55.3% from the field, compared to the Lakers’39.5%. We could point […]
Big brother stuff.
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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Blake Griffin had 20 points and 11 rebounds during three thunderous quarters by Clippers Blow Out Lakers Again 142-94 - -
This video from @CJZero is a beautiful microcosm of the current state of Los Angeles basketball. Sure, the Lakers have farted along all year while the Clippers are a high-scoring playoff contender, but Blake Griffin's dunk and the following reactions really represent the two teams' NBA seasons well. Read more...
In a game that became a laugher very early, Blake Griffin threw down a nasty alley-oop in transition with a little help from Chris Paul: It looks like the slam ushered in garbage time, as the Clippers emptied their bench with just over a minute left in the third quarter. Andy Bailey covers the NBA for Bleacher Report. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Is anyone having a better week than the Miami Heat’s LeBron James? Two days after James’ 61-point dismantling of the Charlotte Bobcats, the NBA named Miami’s masked monster Eastern Conference Player of the Month for February. LeBron’s line: 30.8 points, 8.1 rebounds and 6.7 assists. Show More Summary
The Miami Heat's LeBron James and the Los Angeles Clippers' Blake Griffin were today named the Kia NBA Eastern and Western Conference Players of the Month, respectively, for games played in February.
Following Tuesday's 22-point performance against the Phoenix Suns, Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin has scored at least 20 points in 20 consecutive games, marking the longest streak of 20-point performances by a Clipper since the team moved to Los Angeles in 1984, per ESPN Stats & Info. Griffin's impressive streak began in a Jan. Show More Summary
Blake Griffin is having the best season of his young career and has been receiving increased praise for his all-around play, including his outside shot. However, a closer look at the numbers suggest Griffin and his teammates are dunking just as much as ever. Show More Summary
Unlike back in the 2011-12 NBA Playoffs when Blake Griffin had his Nike Hyperdunk 2011 Elite rip from the upper, Manu Ginobili actually had his foot go straight thru the bottom of the Nike Air Max Closer V (5) separating the entire sole unit of the sneaker. Manu: I'll begin playing in the new LeBron […]
Elevator Pitch: The Clippers notched their 40th win of the season in 60 tries with a 101-93 victory over the Rockets. On a bad note for the City of Angels top pro basketball team, however, the win doesn’t come without its share of concern. Jamal Crawford exited the game near the end of the first half due to a calf strain.
In supplying 22 points in a win over the New Orleans Pelicans on Monday, Los Angeles Clippers big man Blake Griffin surpassed the 20-point barrier for a 17th straight game, good for the longest such streak of his career. After regressing...Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Clippers look formidable this season — perhaps more so than any other season in recent memory. This can obviously be attributed to the fantastic seasons Blake Griffin and Chris Paul are having, but it runs deeper than that. Show More Summary
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