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It’s not often that we get to talk about Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin getting dunked over but this is one of those few times that we get to.
Over the weekend, Griffin was at a Jordan brand sneaker release party in Santa Monica, California when Blake gave some assistance to a street ball player by the name of Young Hollywood.
Check out as the 5’11 Hollywood rises over Griffin for the slam:
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Jordan Brand and Blake Griffin hosted a shoe release party in Santa Monica for the Super.Fly2 which will be worn by the Clippers All-Star this upcoming season. Among the highlights at the unveiling included 6’10 Griffin playing prop and getting dunked over by 5’10 Young Hollywood. photo via Cassy Athena
Now Blake Griffin knows how a Kia feels.
Griffin, a former NBA Slam Dunk champ and a regular contributor to the highlight reel, played the part of an Optima by holding the basketball for playground dunker “Young Hollywood.” The 5-foot-10 streetballer nabbed a ball held by Griffin, swung the ball between his legs in mid-air and threw down a dunk, to the delight of the crowd.
Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin is widely known for his high-flying dunks that have left many NBA players the focus of a poster in a child’s bedroom. So when Griffin and Jordan Brand hosted a shoe release party in Santa Monica, he had to be uncomfortable. Blake ended up a prop in Young Hollywood’s dunk attempt. Watch below and watch the 5’10 leaper make a poster...
Usually, it is Clippers' Blake Griffin doing the posterizing but the tables were reversed at a recent Jordan sneakers release party.
Blake will be wearing the Super Fly 2 kicks next season and while at the launch party, he was a good sport and let a 5'10" street-baller (Young Hollywood) jump all over him and throw down the dunk.
Check it out.
Blake Griffin is one of the most marketable players in the NBA today and continues to churn out great commercial after great commercial. The Clippers forward’s latest ad is for Foot Locker and co-stars teammate Chris Paul and, ironically, the commercial pokes fun at Griffin’s marketability and constant endorsements. Pretty funny stuff.
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Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul is adopting the theory of servant leadership by passing the glory to his teammate Blake Griffin.
Paul has the foresight to be committed to the growth of Griffin as both a leader of the Clippers and a true recognized talent in the NBA.
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Blake Griffin and Chris Paul are teammates for the Clippers as well as for Jordan Brand.
Griffin and Paul team up in a hilarious Foot Locker in which they promote Jordan Brand, and Griffin promotes everything available to man.
Griffin might want to start focusing on his post game, seeing as the Clippers will only go as far as he takes them.
Chris Paul quickly became the leader of the Los Angeles Clippers when he was traded in December 2011.
But as far as he's concerned young forward Blake Griffin is the key to the franchise's title hopes.
"Blake is one of those guys where his age has nothing to do with anything" Paul said in a wide-ranging phone interview with ESPNLosAngeles.com this week. "...
Chris Paul’s move to the Los Angeles Clippers instantly transformed their franchise from an annual underperformer to one of the NBA’s most exciting franchises. But as the Clippers have settled into a groove, re-signed their star point guard, and now look towards winning, there are concerns surrounding the team’s other pieces. Paul very much relies on Blake Griffin to round...
Chris Paul believes Blake Griffin is the key to the Los Angeles Clippers' championship aspirations, and the guard went as far as to say the team will go as far as his big man can take them.
"Blake is one of those guys, where his age has nothing to do with anything," Paul said. "People may say he's a young guy, but he's been special in this league, he...
Who knew Chris Paul had a little bit of Phil Jackson in him.
Paul is the unquestioned leader of the Clippers, makes things happen, and can get coaches fired or hired. Paul though chose to prop up Blake Griffin when the conversation turned to getting the Clippers over the hump.
Paul told ESPN L.A. that the Clippers “will only go as far as their star power forward Griffin takes...