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Blake Griffin dumps water on Warriors fan after fouling out of Game 1 (VIDEO)

Apr 19, 2014, 8:45 PM EDT

Blake Griffin, Sean Wright Blake Griffin, Sean Wright

Blake Griffin was plagued by foul trouble in Game 1 of the Clippers’ playoff loss to the Warriors, playing just 19 minutes and fouling out on a tough call with 48 seconds remaining.

As he was watching the replay of his final foul on the sidelines, he appeared to raise his arms up in reaction to what he saw, which caused him to (inadvertently?) dump a cup of water on a Warriors fan behind him sitting courtside.

There’s no way this wasn’t intentional.

“I didn’t know what I did, but it wasn’t full,” Griffin said afterward. “I apologize. It was water.”

The more you watch the clip, the more it seems like a calculated move by Griffin to douse the man in the yellow t-shirt. He didn’t just forget the cup was in his hands, and the way the water spills out perfectly in the direction of the fan makes you wonder if something was said that triggered Griffin’s reaction.

[via Tyler Lashbrook]

  1. imakcds - Apr 20, 2014 at 8:12 PM

    all the bull garbage Griffin does that has infuriated many many ballplayers over the last couple years wasn’t allowed by the refs this time, it says loads about his game that he only was able to stay on the floor for 19 minutes, or whatever it was.

  2. mortalkondek - Apr 20, 2014 at 11:40 PM

    That is hilarious. I like this kid.

  3. abchome - Apr 21, 2014 at 1:28 AM

    I bet Griffin’s intentional, but how can you prove? So smart and hilarious!

  4. kb2408 - Apr 21, 2014 at 7:41 AM

    Yep, it was intentional…but funny as heck!!! Good one, BG!!

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