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Blake Griffin finishes monster one-handed alley-oop in Clippers’ win over Knicks

Mar 17, 2013, 10:15 PM EDT

We showed you DeAndre Jordan getting loose for a windmill jam on a fast break early in the Clippers’ win over the Knicks, and as it turned out, that was only the beginning of the highlight show.

Blake Griffin got his share of dunks along the way, none more exciting than this one-handed throwdowm off of a perfect lob pass from Chris Paul midway through the third period.

The dunks seemed to be even more plentiful than usual for the Clippers on Sunday, but with Carmelo Anthony and Tyson Chandler both sidelined due to injury, New York was forced to play Kurt Thomas, Kenyon Martin, and Chris Copeland in the starting lineup. The result was pretty much what you’d expect.

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