Los Angeles Clippers

Name  Blake Griffin
Born  3/16/1989
Height  6-10
Weight  251
College  Oklahoma
Home Town  Oklahoma City, OK
High School  Oklahoma Christian
10/30 Oklahoma City382380752731036
10/31 @LA Lakers38391321116740054
11/2 Sacramento381760553840124
11/3 Utah3831140318940213
11/5 @Golden State311470001110022
11/8 Portland352380724630013
11/10 San Antonio3723905371061033
11/15 Phoenix311970508841145
11/17 Chicago3619705461040053
11/19 @Orlando302080404420011
11/20 @Miami2926121125743003
11/23 @Memphis331250213431043
11/24 @Charlotte382210025111690023
11/26 @Detroit331560334771022
Season Total485303120360327210458843545
2009: Selected by LA Clippers in 1st round (1st overall) of the NBA Draft; Missed season due to a knee injury...2011: NBA All-Star; NBA Slam Dunk Champion; NBA Rookie of the Year; NBA All-Rookie First Team...2012: NBA All-Star; All-NBA Second Team; Re-signed with LA Clippers to a five-year contract extension worth $95 million, July 11th...2013: NBA All-Star; All NBA Second Team...2014: NBA All-Star; All-NBA Second Team.

NBA DRAFT ANALYSIS: An unstoppable force in the college ranks this past season, and his hard work paid off as he was named the Big 12 Player of the Year, National Player of the Year, as well a unanimous First-Team All-American...The Oklahoma native was outstanding throughout the season, averaging 22.7 ppg and 14.4 rpg, and finished with an impressive 65.4 percent shooting effort...His dominance in the college game could easily translate into the next level, especially with a tremendous work ethic...A physical freak, but also possesses a keen knowledge of the game, making him an elite talent that should instantly perform in the NBA...The sophomore battles on every play, and is a terror on the glass, both offensively and defensively...A near lock to produce offensively in the paint and does not shy away from the bigger, stronger players...If there is a weakness to his game, it is his mid-range jumper...It has improved while at Oklahoma, but is still a work in progress...Will also need to improve at the foul line as well, where he only shot 59 percent.

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