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Video: Blake Griffin’s between-the-legs warmup slam

Dec 31, 2012, 11:04 AM EDT

What’s crazy is how nonchalant Blake Griffin is about this dunk. You know, just your usual between-the-legs slam one throws down every day. Which I guess if you are Blake Griffin you do, but still.

He and the Clippers are a walking, talking highlight show.

But one that is defending well, forcing turnovers and that is why they didn’t lose in December and are up to 17 wins in a row.

  1. mat9844 - Dec 31, 2012 at 11:18 AM

    Blake’s just a lot of fun to watch. In the game all those highlights translate into points. The best part is he’s only 23 and has a lot of years ahead of him.

    • fanofevilempire - Dec 31, 2012 at 11:47 AM

      not if he can’t hit the jumper…..
      all I see is the dipsey doo dunkaroo…………
      no even MJ dunked his way to a championship………
      as it is with bad knees and only the dunk in his game he will be done
      in three to four years.
      and notice the hard fouls he attracts, guys don’t liked to be dunked on in the nba.

      oh boy!

      • dannymac17 - Dec 31, 2012 at 12:34 PM

        have you been paying attention to his improved jumper?

        last i checked, a dunk was worth 2 points.

        haters is so mad right now, they are looking for any and all reasons to discredit griffin and the clippers.

        the haters tears are so delicious.

        wish i could capture all the haters tears and put them in a little vile to wear around my neck.

      • cosanostra71 - Dec 31, 2012 at 2:43 PM

        Griffin is shooting 48% on jumpers this year, and only 11% of his attempts to date have been dunks.

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