The Los Angeles Clippers are still Blake Griffin's team, but the star power forward doesn't need to do all the heavy lifting on the offensive end.
Center DeAndre Jordan and newcomer Jamal Crawford have been taking care of that lately.
They're a big reason Los Angeles could score in triple figures in seven consecutive games for the first time in nearly two decades as the Atlanta Hawks come to town Sunday.
Signed to a five-year extension in July that could be worth up to $95 million, Griffin is off to a slow start after undergoing surgery for a knee injury suffered while practicing with Team USA for the Olympics. He claims that playing with a sleeve on his right arm for the last three games because of fluid in his elbow hasn't affected him, but his numbers have dropped sharply from last season when he averaged 20.7 points and 10.9 rebounds.
Griffin's averages are 15.7 and 8.7, respectively, after scoring a career low-tying seven points and grabbing 10 boards in Thursday's 103-90 w...