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The Los Angeles Clippers beat the Oklahoma City Thunder Monday night 112-100, but the only thing everyone will be talking about will be Clippers forward Blake Griffin's dunk over Thunder center Kendrick Perkins in the third quarter. Perkins came over too late to stop Griffin's drive. Perkins put his arm up and fouled Griffin while he was in the air, but Griffin was still able to finish off his one-handed slam.
The announcers couldn't come up with enough superlatives, and the fans in the crowd couldn't get enough of the replay on the Jumbotron.
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In tonight's Clippers-Nuggets game in Denver, Blake Griffin was fouled hard by Al Harrington on a fastbreak. Griffin fell to the floor hard, and then yelled at somebody to "GET THE **** OUTTA HERE!" With what he's saying and where he's looking, it appears he was yelling at the refs, presumably for the foul not being ruled a flagrant. And believe me, I know expletives...
Here is the video of Blake Griffin's dunk on Kendrick Perkins. I know Twitter is abuzz over this "dunk" but I am not that impressed at all. Griffin is 6'10 and he made a two foot shot. Now if he starts making 3s, I would be impressed. I rather see 6'10 Kevin Durant make shots than Griffin get his dunks. If a smaller guy like Nate Robinson dunked like this on...
Following the absolute soul crushing dunk that Blake Griffin laid on top of Kendrick Perkins, some clever person took it upon themselves to update Kendrick’s Wikipedia page. Hilarity ensues.
Thanks to Thunder Treats for finding this. Brilliant.
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Clippers forward Blake Griffin delivered another highlight-reel dunk on Monday night and the Web was quick to react.
At some point you have to realize that the game has passed you by. That 27 is the new 37. That getting Blake Griffin’s dick thrown in your nostril is not a good look. Hang them up and go be a car salesman or something. I don’t know, clearly basketball is no longer perk’s thing.
Jazz notes: Utah awaits Blake Griffin, Pacific-leading Clippers
By Steve Luhm
The Salt Lake Tribune
Published Jan 31, 2012 06:17PM MDT
The Los Angeles Clippers’ Blake Griffin flew into Salt Lake City on Tuesday, presumably aboard an airplane.
During a 112-100 win over Oklahoma City on Monday night, Griffin created a league-wide sensation with a high-flying monster dunk...
This dunk is simply ridiculous.
I don’t know what our obsession is as sports fans with always wanting to rank players, teams, and plays. So often, we end up arguing for hours and we never stop and appreciate the player/team/play that we are defending.
However, after last night’s Blake Griffin dunk, I think some people are getting a LITTLE bit carried away. Was it the best dunk of the year? Of course....
Chris Paul had 26 points and 14 assists, Blake Griffin added 22 points and a monstrous dunk, and the Los Angeles Clippers beat Oklahoma City 112-100 Monday night, snapping the Thunder's four-game winning streak in a matchup of division leaders.
LOS ANGELES (AP) Chris Paul had 26 points and 14 assists, Blake Griffin added 22 points and the Los Angeles Clippers defeated
Oklahoma City 112-100 Monday night, snapping the Thunder's four-game winning streak in a matchup of division leaders.
Live analysis: L.A. Clippers lead Utah Jazz 32-29 after first quarter
By Steve Luhm
The Salt Lake Tribune
Published Feb 1, 2012 08:53PM MDT
The First: Clippers 32, Jazz 29
The Jazz use an early 8-0 run to take a 15-11 lead. Chris Paul scores eight points in less than a minute to put the Clippers back in front. Blake Griffin scores 14 points. Paul finishes with 12.