Blake Griffin and P.J. Tucker got into a tussle on Monday night as the Clippers took on the Suns, and it ended up with a punch and Tucker being ejected. The two players both went after a rebound and ended up hitting the ground as they got tangled up with each other. Tucker did not
If you are going to beat your opponent by 48 points, you are bound to have a few highlights. Blake Griffin capped off the highlight reel for the Clippers with one of the best alley-oop tomahawk slams we have seen in quite some time. It summed up the entire evening for both teams quite well.
Blake Griffin was born to play in the no defense, open floor NBA All-Star environment. The high-flying Los Angeles Clippers forward racked up 38 points, tying Rick Barry and Kevin Durant for the third highest total in All-Star Game history. Griffin skied to the rim quite often, scoring 20 of his points coming from dunks.
Blake Griffin dropped in 18 points during the first quarter of the All-Star game on Sunday, but the real fun thing to check out is his shot chart. The young man likes to dunk, huh? [Kurt Helin]
Chris Paul is back from injury, which can only mean one thing: Lob City is back too, ya’ll! In other news, the Clippers were DESTROYING the 76ers 71-30 early in the third quarter, which means your NBA-watching obligations are over for today — unless you like dunking. [frank den]
University of South Florida senior forward Victor Rudd skied for this spectacular dunk over Junior Etou of Rutgers. The nasty slam was reminiscent of Blake Griffin’s legendary dunk on Timofey Mozgov from 2010. You just got Mozgov’d.