LOS ANGELES Blake Griffin wiped traces of Similac from the corner of his mouth, finished his sit down with James Lipton on the Actor's Studio, and then went out and threw down another personal SportsCenter Top 10.
Saturday was just another night for the NBA's most acrobatic young star, Griffin creating a half-dozen highlight-reel plays but not many friends this time the referees, who whistled him for a technical foul as the Clippers rolled to their eighth victory in nine games with a 109-94 rout of the Sacramento Kings.
The victory, coupled with the Lakers' loss in Phoenix, moved the Clippers within a half-game of the Lakers of the Pacific Division lead.
This might have been just another ho-hum game, a palette cleansing sorbet before the Clippers' trip to Memphis and Oklahoma City, if not for what occurred Thursday when the Clippers held off the Kings in Sacramento.
Sacramento center DeMarcus Cousins, frustrated after fouling out in only 17 minutes, called Griffin "a certifi...