Found July 10, 2013 on Sports-Glory:

Los Angeles Clippers star Blake Griffin told ESPN that he’s not “soft” and is willing to prove it – off the court. “I’ve never really worried about being called soft or people thinking I’m soft,” said Griffin. “If anybody wants to step and take that challenge I’m more than happy — off the court — 

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