In all honesty, Blake Griffin himself could start a social network that served no purpose outside of featuring his dizzying (and disgusting, if you will) array of dunks, and it'd probably go over quite well. Instead, he -- along with...Show More Summary
Blake Griffin got an early vacation after the Memphis Grizzlies eliminated the Los Angeles Clippers, and he's used the time to hit the beach, chill out and wear an enormous gold chain. This isn't just a "night on the town" gold chain, this thing is a hunk of metal that some greasy dude in a gang during the 1950s would use to smash in windows. Show More Summary
There is absolutely no reason to hate on Blake Griffin. The three-time NBA All-Star has received many labels in his short NBA career. Some think of him as an athletic freak or human highlight reel, while others consider him to be all flash with no substance. Show More Summary
Were it up to NBC, they’d air nothing but three-hour blocks of The Voice and Sunday Night Football every night all year ’round, with guest appearances from Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, and Robert Griffin III on Parks and Recreation, for credibility’s sake. Show More Summary
With two hard-fought playoff series in two years, it seems that we've got a legitimate rivalry on our hands between the Los Angeles Clippers and the Memphis Grizzlies, Memphis using their Instagram account to give a parting taunt to the Clippers. Show More Summary
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Chris Paul and Blake Griffin regarded each other with weary disbelief in the locker room in Memphis after the Los Angeles Clippers' fourth straight playoff loss.
His dunks are the things of legend, helping him sell tickets, jerseys and suburban carpool vehicles like few figures in professional sports. He rebounds with ease, a violent grace to the way he snatches the ball out of mid-air and shuttles it up the court. Show More Summary
Game 6 of the Clippers-Grizzlies series was the most physical game we've seen of these playoffs, without a doubt. Zach Randolph and Blake Griffin scuffled, and there have been fouls and technicals everywhere. But a close game devolved into chaos with the score increasingly getting out of hand for the Clippers. Show More Summary
Nothing should surprise you about the Memphis Grizzlies and Los Angeles Clippers' first-round series. Just like their 2012 version, this series has been as much about a clashing of basketball ability as it has been a test of wills. As...Show More Summary
You knew that Zach Randolph and Blake Griffin would get tangled up one more time before this Clippers-Grizzlies series ended. Sure enough, it happened midway through the third quarter of Friday's Game 6, and it's a testament to the normalcy of their fights that this wasn't reviewed. Show More Summary
FIGHT! FIGHT! FIGHT!
Blake Griffin's sprained right ankle is hurting enough that he didn't start Game 6 for the Los Angeles Clippers against the Memphis Grizzlies, though he is active and on the bench.
Just one loss away from elimination, the Los Angeles Clippers can't afford for Blake Griffin to be injured right now. But that's exactly what they'll have to deal with tonight when they take on the Memphis Grizzlies in Game 6 of their first-round series. Show More Summary
Blake Griffin still is limping with his sprained right ankle and it will be a game-time decision whether the Clippers forward plays Game 6 against the Grizzlies.
The story of the NBA Playoffs so far has been comebacks. Whether it's the Celtics coming back "Boston Strong" to force the Knicks back to the Garden or the Grizzlies fighting back against the Clippers, there have been a lot of series that have gone much deeper than expected. Show More Summary
Blake Griffin's high ankle sprain added insult to injury—or injury to insult, rather—during the Los Angeles Clippers' 103-93 playoff loss to the Memphis Grizzlies on Tuesday (h/t AP via ESPN.com). The sprain first occurred on Monday during practice. Show More Summary
Los Angeles Clippers star forward Blake Griffin was integral to his team's success during the regular season, and if he is forced to miss Game 6 due to an ankle injury Lob City will be ousted from the playoffs by the Memphis Grizzlies. Show More Summary