Feb 16, 2014; New Orleans, LA, USA; Western Conference forward Blake Griffin (32) of the Los Angeles Clippers dunks the ball during the 2014 NBA All-Star Game at the Smoothie King Center. Mandatory Credit: Gerald Herbert/Pool Photo via USA TODAY Sports

NBA All Star Game: Blake Griffin Dunkathon (Video)

During the first quarter of Sunday night’s NBA All Star Game, Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin put on a dunking clinic against the Eastern Conference. Griffin did everything from alley-oops to straight slashes to the basket. 

All of this lead to Griffin finishing the game 16-of-18 from the floor with 38 points.

“It’s fun, man,” he told reporters after the game. “This game is for the fans. And to be able to do the things that they want to see, they don’t really want to see me shooting jump shots, so it’s cool to be able to get up and down and have fun with it.”

It’s good to know that Griffin knows exactly what the fans want to see in the yearly exhibition game — high-flying dunks.


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