Jan 26, 2012, 9:06 AM EDT
Blake Griffin had it going on against the Lakers — he was in rare highlight form. Even for him. So we’re bringing a few to you.
It was more than just the dunks, by the way — Griffin was 6-of-9 from 10 feet out to the arc. He is far from consistent on his midrange shots and little fadeaways, but if he ever becomes steady with those he will be even more impossible to guard. Against the Lakers everything was falling.
Even the ridiculous shots.
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