Review Category : Blake Griffin

Blake Griffin of the LA Clippers has shown he can do more than just dunk over anyone and everyone in the NBA. During the lockout he became an intern at Funny or Die. We see his humor in his multiple commercials, and now he is the head of the Nicholas Sparks book club. On Jimmy Kimmel Blake Griffin, Chandler Parsons, Matt Barnes, and Iman Shumpert all review the romantic novel The Best of Me. Griffin starts by asking who else wept, and all athletes agree. When a disagreement breaks out on the book, Nicholas Sparks shows up to clear things up. This is a must watch. http://youtu.be/WBaQxTBFgH8 ...

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Blake Griffin is currently one of the most exciting players in the NBA. He has a big fan following and he has a bunch of endorsements for a very good reason. In fact, Griffin has become so popular in the NBA some can even say he that after LeBron James, Blake Griffin is the face of the NBA. Despite being a phenomenal (MVP caliber) player, he’s more well-known for his monstrous dunks. Take a look at his dunks from the 2013-14 NBA season and you’ll understand why people love watching him play. You just witnessed him dunk 176 times. That’s what you call a “dunkilation.” In case you’re wondering, Blake Griffin isn’t just a highlight reel. He’s more than a dunker, this season can easily be considered his breakout year. He’s improved different aspects of his game every year. Now he’s on his way to becoming a great passer and scorer. This season ...

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In 2013, most people would say Blake Griffin is overrated. He was known to rely heavily on Chris Paul during crunch time situations. For the Los Angeles Clippers to be truly successful, Griffin must rise above the rest and become the best player on the team. Without Chris Paul, some think Griffin would be a one-dimensional dunker. But Griffin shut his critics up when Paul went down for a month with a shoulder injury. He proved his doubters wrong and he became better during that span of time. He led the Clippers to an astonishing 12-6 record in Paul’s absence. Since January 3, Blake Griffin has averaged 28.2 points per game on 56.8 percent shooting. In addition to being a regular highlight reel on sports center, he is also one of the best power forwards in the NBA. The Clippers are 1st in the Pacific Division thanks to their star ...

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