Found October 04, 2012 on
Los Angeles Clippers' Blake Griffin usually gives us unbelievable dunking highlights. This time he shows us he can throw a basketball like a quarterback and make the shot from the opposite free throw line.
Griffin made the shot during the Clippers public scrimmage at USC's Galen Center.
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Clippers star Blake Griffin criticized the NBA instituting new flopping rules, saying the associated fines are a “good way for the NBA to get more money.”
The Clippers held their open scrimmage Wednesday night at USC’s Galen Center. In addition to showcasing an array of dunks, Blake Griffin hit a 75-foot shot. And then there are the DUNKS! Hopefully Blake worked on his jumper this summer too! His knee looks good. First preseason game is this Saturday in Las Vegas [...]
It turns out Blake Griffin isn’t just good at dunking. During Los Angeles Clippers open scrimmage at USC, Griffin sinked a 75-foot shot that made the crowd get wild.The NBA is back. Blake Griffin’s knee appears fine. Highlights like these are expected:
We all know that Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin is a pretty amazing dunker but did you think he could hit a 75-footer?Watch as Blake drains on from beyond half court before the Clippers scrimmage at the University of Southern California:
Photo courtesy of: Terez Owens
With the 2012-13 season already underway, it was only a matter of time before DeAndre Jordan and the LA Clippers continued the #GotEm phenomenon — posting funny photos of teammates and/or sleeping.
The first victim of the season was big man Ryan Hollins, as the recent acquisition passed out on the team bus and got caught by D. Jordan, Blake Griffin, Ronnie Turiaf with Matt...
TMZ managed to locate Clippers Matt Barnes arrest video for a warrant late last summer in Manhattan Beach, Ca. Matt has settled the case by pleading “no contest” to the warrant charge. I’m still rolling with the Barnes on this one, seems to me the initial arresting officer as well as his back up [...]
CP3 doesn’t want us fans and media to worry about him dragging us through some egotistical non-sense come time for his free agency.
He wants to keep it quick, concise and casual.
“At the end of the season, I’ll evaluate everything. But it’s no secret. Everyone knows I love it here. I love our team, I love everything that’s going on.” - Chris Paul
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Contributed by guest blogger Frank PalmasaniThere is a new sheriff in Los Angeles… Right?Maybe, but not likely.Yes, they have Chris Paul running the court in the Staples Center painted red, white and blue. And yes, they have the always entertaining and high-flying Blake Griffin. But are those two players along with a talented to decent entourage of role players and back-ups enough...