Los Angeles Clippers star Blake Griffin had his fair share of elbow issues at the beginning of the season, so it wasn’t too surprising when he went up for a dunk early in the 2014 NBA All-Star Game and his elbow stole the show.
A few months ago, Griffin had to have fluid drained from his elbow due to the inflammation, and it looks like that may be a good idea once again.
Griffin clearly has plenty of excess fluid in his bursa sac, which you can see in the photo below:
— Mark Ennis (@Mengus22) February 17, 2014
Griffin has previously decided against surgery because of an increased chance of arthritis after the procedure, so he may have to get used to having the fluid from his elbow drained.