Sometimes In Lob City, It Starts With Defense
When Blake Griffin and Chris Paul let the world know they both wished "Lob City" never caught on, they talked about how their real focus was more grounded: simply improving as a team and winning games. You know, things like being unselfish and playing defense. But sometimes, there's a way to have both. Sometimes, opportunities for those very lobs are brought about by a strip on defense that leads to a 2-on-1 situation at the other end. And tired of Lob City or not, when Griffin has a chance to finish off an alley-oop chance...
...he's not about to opt for a layup instead. And those fans who aren't tired of Lob City wouldn't have it any other way.
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