And by “all over”, we mean over, and over, and over…*big inhale*…and over, and over again. DeAndre Jordan took care of the posterizing, while Blake Griffin took home the dunk of the night — an alley-oop windmill that was somewhat forced by a less-than-perfect lob from Matt Barnes (he’s not exactly Chris Paul, ya know).
ESPN is reporting that the Knicks have discussed the idea of proposing a trade to the Clippers that would send Carmelo Anthony to Los Angeles in exchange for Blake Griffin. Sources also say that Clippers management has had internal discussions about such a deal, but neither team have spoken to one another about a potential
Before the Los Angeles Clippers took on the Utah Jazz on Saturday night Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan starred in an impromptu slam dunk contest. Griffin tossed an alley-oop to himself off-the-backboard then went between-the-legs for a monster jam. Meanwhile Jordan performed a phenomenal baseline 180-degree between-the-legs slam. I give the edge to Griffin in
Blake Griffin took out his frustrations of being unfairly being kicked out of the hard-fought game against the Golden State Warriors on the Portland Trailblazers with this massive put-back dunk.
In the fourth quarter of the Clippers-Warriors Christmas Day nightcap, Blake Griffin was assessed a preposterous technical foul for attempting to remove his jersey from the clenched hand of Warriors center Andrew Bogut. And, because it’s the NBA, the refereeing crew (led by Doc Rivers’ mortal enemy, Bill Kennedy) huddled around a replay monitor for
In what was a role reversal it was Blake Griffin tossing a delightful alley-oop to his fellow Clippers big man DeAndre Jordan for the fantastic reverse slam dunk. This was a far superior highlight than Jordan’s alley-oop attempt that was stuffed by the rim against the Boston Celtics just the night before.