He hasn't been in the NBA that long, but Blake Griffin's scowl is already famous. When you see it, chances are there's about to be some kind of ridiculous dunk that makes Griffin look like a full-grown man throwing down on a kids' Nerf hoop. Need proof Griffin's scowl is already known? Just ask Chris Paul's son...
Of the the 'Yogi-isms' that are still prevalent in our modern day vernacular, perhaps none is more used than, "It ain't over till it's over." The Los Angeles Clippers certainly proved that last night in their 27 point comeback against the Memphis Grizzlies
All season long I've been posting Blake Griffin's most poster worthy dunks. The guy was blessed with that rare combination of power and mad hops. However, last night against the Timberwolves Griffin had a chance to showcase his abilities until this happened
The Clippers may have lost 113-108 last night to the Lakers, but Griffin's dunks, not Kobe's late jumpers, are getting all the attention. Griffin made Pau Gasol his seven foot step ladder not once, but twice
It seems like the Clippers' Blake Griffin continually raises the bar as it pertains to his throwdown dunks. Earlier in the season Griffin literally threw one down over Oklahoma City's Kendrick Perkins. Last night in a 103-86 win over Phoenix, Griffin made Channing Frye his latest victim.
Check out this video in which the defending NBA Slam Dunk Champion Blake Griffin had a monster dunk over Kendrick Perkins last night during the game between the L.A. Clippers and the Oklahoma City Thunder.
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