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Originally written on Next Impulse Sports  |  Last updated 11/20/14

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Blake Griffin has developed into quite the character both on and off the court. Chandler Parsons found that out the hard way when his man parts played victim to a friendly cheap shot from Griffin during a recent game between their two teams.

Watch as Griffin delivers a groin slap to an unsuspecting Parsons as they walk past each other. Blake’s face after he delivers the blow is priceless. He really is ”the silent assassin.”

Parsons took to Twitter to playfully call out Griffin for hitting him in the groin, and the conversation was one of the better things you will see. Their friendship goes back to their AAU days, so you can laugh at the two friends just having some fun.

This is not the first time these two have called each other out. Parsons tweeted a picture of Griffin’s dog Channy a while back, claiming that Blake had named it after him. Perhaps the groin slap was Blake’s way of finally get Chandler back for dunking on him? Chandler did say that he reminds Blake of it everyday.

We asked Chandler about the groin slap and he told us he didn’t recall it until he saw the video, saying, “I don’t even remember him doing that. Pretty hilarious though.” When we asked him about getting revenge on Blake, he replied simply, “I will not lose.”

Looks like the pranking war between the two has only just begun.

The Rockets and Clippers square off on Wednesday, February 13th and we assume Parsons will be on the lookout for a chance to deliver some payback.

 

1 Comment:
  • I have been a huge fan of the DUKE basketball program for years. However, I must say I have lost a great deal of respect for the idiots that have disgraced the rest of DUKE nation. What a classless act. I will probably never view the team the same.
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