Blake Griffin: How Did The Rookie Play Against The Spurs?

December 2nd, 2010 by Tom Kinslow Leave a reply »
Blake Griffin has been one of the few bright spots for the Los Angeles Clippers last night and he helped lead the Clippers to their biggest win of the season.

Los Angeles beat San Antonio, the best team in the NBA 90-85 on Wednesday night and it was powered by Griffin's 31 points and 13 rebounds, who put on a show for the home crowd.

"It's always great to give our loyal fans something great to see like this win," Griffin said. "We have lost winnable games on the road, though, and we need to take care of that."

Losing to a team like the Clippers, who have been awful this season, sometimes teams like to make excuses for losses. That wasn't the Spurs after the night was over.

"We played badly, bottom line," Tim Duncan said to the media. "Nobody played well. I played awful. The ball wouldn't go in the hole. On top of that, Blake played great, Eric played great and they kept making shots down the stretch. ... Our defense gave us a chance, and we got to that threshold where a 3-ball or any made shot would have got us right in it, and we couldn't get the ball to go down."

So is this the start of something big for the Clippers o ...

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