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Let’s Watch Blake Griffin Do A Lot Of Blake Griffin Things Against Detroit
First we have Blake Griffin denying a Kyle Singler layup rather emphatically, followed by the alley-oop dunk on the other end from Chris Paul. Off a bad pass, might we add. Though it might not have even been an intended alley-oop, but you can’t stop Blake Griffin from completing an alley-oop if he’s already set his mind to it.
Then we have an intended alley-oop, an off-the-backboard pass from Matt Barnes on a breakaway. Just pure power.
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