Blake Griffin has been getting a lot of commercials lately, who would’ve known this guy could be so funny? Here’s a new one with him and Chris Paul called “The Endorser”.
This NBA season was full of huge dunks, there’s no denying that. Even though the dunk contest doesn’t showcase great dunks anymore, this highlight reel sure does. So here’s the best dunks from the 2012-2013 season!
Just in case you missed one of the best dunks ever last night, here’s Blake Griffin absolutely embarrassing any dunk contest competitor with an alley-oop windmill dunk from Seattle’s very own Jamal Crawford. Seriously though, this dunk is one of its kind, especially with that pass involved.
And the mockery of the NBA dress code just keeps on happening. This time we had Chris Paul and Blake Griffin of the Los Angeles Clippers wearing their best Christmas outfits. Looks like they hit the local Goodwill and picked the most ridiculous things they could find.
Notice that “Clique” is playing in the background of the second dunk.
Looking at the photo below, this is pretty damn close. Not comparing the two players or anything, just thought Blake Griffin nailed the Jumpman pose.
Blake Griffin has always worn Nikes when it came to hitting the hardwood, he doesn’t have his own shoe with them but has been given a few custom colorways in the past. Now last night he stepped out wearing some Jordan “Super Fly” sneakers. Could this mean that Jordan Brand landed one of the highest flyers in the game? We can’t confirm anything yet but if it’s true then we support the move. Be on the lookout for more details.
Things aren’t looking too good for Blake Griffin right now. Days after he signed his $95 Million extension with the Clippers he has to return to Los Angeles after sustaining a knee injury during a USA Team scrimmage. Hopefully this injury isn’t too bad but he will be missing the first Team USA game in Las Vegas.
According to ESPN a source at the Clippers has reported that All-Star Blake Griffin has agreed to a 5-year $95 Million deal with the team. Griffin had to take some time away from Team USA practice today to work on the contract.
Team USA is currently practicing to play in the 2012 Olympics in London. Here’s some footage from days one and two of their scrimmaging. Blake Griffin definitely takes the cake for best highlights. (No surprise there).