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Blake Griffin said he's trying to make people respect the Clippers.
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Blake Griffin can now add professional ping pong player to his already impressive resume.
During the NBA lockout, Blake managed to stay relevant to fans by starring in numerous skits and commercials. His final accomplishments during the work stoppage was to pursue a career as a professional ping ping player. In this video, Blake talks about his quick rise in the ping pong...
Los Angeles Clippers star and Subway pitchman Blake Griffin had an event at a Los Angeles Subway yesterday. Blake was there buying (and making) customers lunch to help kick-off Subway Customer Appreciation Month.
The Dr. Dunkenstein of this generation and NBA superstar went behind the counter to call attention to the sandwich chain’s recent promotion.
During the month of December...
Earlier today, Los Angeles Clippers center Chris Kaman was passing through Oklahoma City and sent out this Tweet:Well, teammate Blake Griffin caught wind of this and decided to retaliate with the below Tweet:It looks like a Griffin burn......(Courtesy of Blake Griffin Twitter)
Blake Griffin and Red Bull have teamed up together for a new spot that features the all-star Clippers forward in his debut as a professional Ping Pong player.
Blake Griffin is FUNNY. He seriously could make the transition into acting. I like the direction Red Bull is taking with their sports marketing stuff. But for now, let Blake cook with the Clippers for his second season!...
Blake Griffin wants to change the culture surrounding the Clippers.
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Blake Griffin is ready to put his off-court pursuits on the back burner and begin making good on teammate Mo Williams' guarantee that the Los Angeles Clippers will reach the playoffs.
Clippers center Chris Kaman seems to have spent a good part of the lockout in his native Michigan. Now that the lockout appears to have ended, Kaman is taking a road trip to LA for the season. While passing through the midwest, Kaman has been sending some tweets, such as this one: “Passing through OK [...]
by Marcel Mutoni / @marcel_mutoni
The NBA season has yet to begin, and for all teams, hope springs eternal. Yes, even for the star-crossed Los Angeles Clippers.
Coming off a promising year that saw the rise of Blake Griffin as an All-Star talent, the Clips like their chances this season, and are making bold statements about what the near future holds.
From the LA Times:
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SAN ANTONIO - The San Antonio Spurs will tip-off the 2011-12 season on Monday, Dec. 26 vs. the Memphis Grizzlies at 7:30 p.m. to open their 33-game home schedule at the AT&T Center.
The Spurs will host three games in December, including a matchup vs. Blake Griffin and the Los Angeles Clippers on Dec. 28 at 7:30 p.m. and a New Year’s Eve game against the...