Blake Griffin avoids hitting his head on the backboard on a dunk during the Bucks beatdown
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Blake Griffin didn’t miss many shots in an easy 114-86 win over the Bucks but thankfully missed hitting his head on the backboard on one of his 3 big dunks.
Griffin had 20 and Jamal Crawford shined again by scoring over a point (25) a minute (23) in a game that the Clippers once lead by as many as 39.
The Bucks are so bad that Tracy McGrady even took a shot at them during the game saying his old school is probably better than them.
I seriously think Mt Zion Christian can beat the Milwaukee Bucks right now. #immediatechange
— Tracy McGrady (@Real_T_Mac) January 28, 2014