Blake Griffin’s monster dunk on then-New York Knick Timofey Mozgov last season announced his presence as one of the NBA’s new best finishers.
Mozgov was at Staples Center on Wednesday night as the Los Angeles Clippers played host to the Denver Nuggets — and once again, the center found himself on the receiving end of a Griffin jam...along with two of his teammates.
Griffin scored 27 points and Chris Paul led the way with 36 as the Clips snapped a two-game skid with a 103-95 win.
This is only the latest in Griffin’s growing canon of dunks. You’ll recall his “dunk of the year” on Kendrick Perkins last month, and his emphatic slams have become a near-nightly occurrence.
But you won’t see Griffin throwing it down this weekend in the slam dunk contest. Instead it’ll be Jeremy Evans, Paul George, Derrick Williams and Chase Budinger — a regular who’s who of young players who have yet to, and may never, compete make an All-Star team.
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