Los Angeles Clippers high-flyer Blake Griffin played the pick-and-roll to perfection with point guard Chris Paul, receiving the pass and avoiding the defense for a nifty left-handed slam that earned him Dunk of the Night. Griffin's 26 points led the Clippers to a 94-83 win over the Philadelphia 76ers. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Breaking down Blake Griffin's post game has become something of a basketball obsession. For a young player with his talent, nit-picking every aspect of his skill set is simply par for the course. But are the criticisms well-founded?Show More Summary
LeBron James's the best, Paul George's the fastest rising and Blake Griffin's the man who jumps over cars. But, the little guy in Oakland with unlimited range is still the most exciting to watch.
Derrick Williams' Kings debut started with a bang.
The Los Angeles Clippers looked to snag their ninth win of the young season Saturday afternoon when they squared off with the struggling Sacramento Kings. Chris Paul, Blake Griffin and company were eager to deliver a strong showing and get out of their minor recent funk, having dropped two of their last three games. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
San Antonio Spurs legend Manu Ginobili has racked up nearly as many highlight-reel passes during his career as players like LeBron James and Blake Griffin have stockpiled highlight-reel dunks. And here's another beauty to add to Manu's pass portfolio: The only thing better than that pass was the reaction from ESPN announcer Hubie Brown. Show More Summary
Charles Barkley said it best on Thursday night when the Los Angeles Clippers trailed by eight points at halftime against the Oklahoma City Thunder when he remarked, "Chris Paul has to make every play for this team." Despite recording...Show More Summary
Only Charles Barkley could put Michael Jordan and Blake Griffin on blast... and get away with it. We got Sir Charles ripping MJ for playing beer pong, and Blake -- just for being Blake. But here's the thing... is Barkley wrong?Plus, just as the NY…
Apparently, Blake Griffin is sick of dunking on opposing players. On Monday night against the Memphis Grizzlies, he threw down on his own teammate, Ryan Hollins: For 140-character pearls of wisdom from Bleacher Report's Andy Bailey, follow him on Twitter: @AndrewDBailey. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
The Miami Heat’s LeBron James and the Los Angeles Clippers’ Blake Griffin today were named NBA Eastern and Western Conference Players of the Week, respectively, for games played Monday, Nov. 11, through Sunday, Nov. 17. James averaged a league-best 34.0 points in leading the Heat to a 3-0 week. He led Miami in scoring in all [...]
The Los Angeles Clippers' offense is an entirely different animal in 2013-14. And that's saying something, because they were already in the top ten in points per game last season. So what's the difference? Well, specifically, it's 8.9 points. Show More Summary
On Thursday, Charles Barkley called out Clippers superstar Blake Griffin for being soft and not defending himself. "You've got to draw a line in the sand," Barkley said during TNT's post-game show. "Say, 'hey listen, I'm going to start...Show More Summary
Veteran NBA tough guy Matt Barnes of the Los Angeles Clippers was ejected from his team's game against the Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday night after engaging in a minor scuffle. When teammate Blake Griffin got tangled up with Oklahoma...Show More Summary
This is real RT @Matt_Barnes22 Love my teammates like family, but I’m DONE standing up for these niggas! All this shit does is (...)
Another big test, and another big win for the Pacific-leading Clippers, a sometimes-sloppy, occasionally chippy, high-energy 111-103 slugfest over the Thunder that saw a near-fight between Blake Griffin and Serge Ibaka, with a furious Matt Barnes as the third man in. Read more...
The Clippers forward is going home, and he's taking his son with him. Blake Griffin and Serge Ibaka got tangled up under the basket just before halftime of the Clippers vs. Thunder game on Wednesday, leading to a shoving exchange between...Show More Summary
The Oklahoma City Thunder and Los Angeles Clippers locked horns at Staples Center on Wednesday night, and things got a bit heated near the end of the first half. Chris Paul drove the lane and missed a five-footer but Blake Griffin was able to snag the offensive rebound. Show More Summary