Blake Griffin Is Changing His Game, Again

November 6th, 2015 by Grant Hughes Leave a reply »

It's generally been a safe bet to say whichever version of Blake Griffin currently exists is the best one yet.

And that's certainly true in the early stages of the 2015-16 NBA season, as the 26-year-old Los Angeles Clippers forward is playing the best ball of his life.

Through his first five games, Griffin's averages of 28.2 points, 9.4 rebounds and 4.0 assists on 58.9 percent shooting have contributed to a career-best player efficiency rating of 31.9.

If not for Stephen Curry's fever dream of a season, Griffin would top the league in that statistic.

As usual, the Clips superstar has made some tweaks to his game this year—some of which are familiar and expected, along with others that few could have seen coming. The end result is the most complete edition of Griffin we've ever seen.


A Natural Progression

You know about the improved jumper—that's been a thing for the past couple of years. Still, his growth in this area this season has been significant enough to warrant some coverage.

Griffin is drilling a career-best 54.1 percent of ...

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