From celebrating with family to showing up to the game, the men of the Los Angeles Clippers are totally on point.
Looks like Blake has found a career outside of basketball.
Seth Green, Danielle Fishel, Nick Kroll, DeAndre Jordan, and several others also joined in the fun.
This is not how you should use a time machine.
People shouldn’t be able to do this.
A sprained wrist? The visual evidence says otherwise.
Griffin figuratively dunks all over Chris Paul.
The Los Angeles Clippers are on a 14-game winning streak and putting in a serious claim to be the league’s team to beat.
Mine eyes have seen the glory.
The Clippers star continues to have the best (intentional) sense of humor of any NBA player.
Not convinced that the old man could actually get up like that.
Blake Griffin is a world renowned athlete. These are faces he makes and the situations in which he makes them.
Is it too late for him to join the cast for the new season of Arrested Development?
In honor of the 2012 Little League World Series, a look back at pictures of awesome pros who used to be just like us! Oh, Tom Brady… you have improved.
You know you’ve pulled off a special dunk when you illicit this kind of reaction from some of the best players in the world.
This video is the work of mad geniuses. Geniuses, I say.
Maybe this will shame him into improving.
If you see this scowl chances are you’re about to get dunked on, or it’s way past nap time.
There’s dunking. And then there’s dunking on a guy so forcefully that you pretty much destroy his soul. This might be the dunk of the year.
The Hornets’ Jason Smith laid a hit on Blake Griffin that would’ve been brutal on a football field, much less a basketball court. The Clippers were not happy.
In an interview with ESPN.com’s Arash Markazi, Griffin called the current NBA dunk contest “too demanding,” and talked about how it would be great if you could just show up and dunk. He also alluded that if the league changes the way it works, then he might participate in the future. Do whatever Blake wants, NBA!
The most dazzling dunks from the first half of the NBA season by the Clippers’ Blake Griffin, the most explosive player in the NBA. At some point, Blake Griffin is going to dunk on Jeremy Lin, and the internet is going to explode.
Blake > Lebron? Either way, they should probably just stop playing basketball for the rest of the season after this.
The mighty Blake Griffin throws down his first overtly punishing dunk of the ‘11-12 NBA season. The NBA TV commentator on Milwaukee Bucks forward Ersan Ilyasova’s defensive effort on this play: “Most guys, when they make contact with the guy going to the hoop, it usually deflects the guy.” Not this time.
This is a very cool behind the scenes look at how NBA players find out about trades. Blake Griffin continues to seem like the coolest guy in the league.
And if you’ve never seen 19-year-old Bill Simmons’ dunk video, you haven’t seen Shakespeare the way it’s meant to be done.
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“ESPN the Magazine” has again, for the third year, stripped a bevy of attractive and very fit athletes and put their naked bods on display for its annual “Body Issue.” So who looks better, him or Hope Solo?
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