LOS ANGELES -- In a moment of pure spontaneity, Jamal Crawford and Blake Griffin created a singular moment Wednesday night at Staples Center, something so amazing it had to be seen over and over again to be appreciated.
By now, it must certainly be a YouTube sensation -- a fast break basket that began with Crawford passing the ball between his legs and flipping it in the air for a trailing Griffin, his Clippers teammate, who slammed it down with a windmill move. It was the stuff of video highlights.
That was the play the Clippers were talking about after their 117-101 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks, a win marked by Griffin's third career triple-double -- and his first since his rookie season 2010-2011.
Griffin finished with 23 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists on a night the Clippers shot 54 percent from the field and converted 12 three-point shots.
"Blake is capable of that every night," guard Chris Paul said. "He's one of those guys that commands the ...