Blake Griffin blocks John Salmons dunk attempt

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| November 2nd, 2013 | 1,539 Views

One of the most common knocks on freak of nature Blake Griffin’s athletic game is that he doesn’t get as many rebounds as he should and he should easily average atleast 1 block per game.  After a blockless debut against the Lakers and only 1 block on Halloween, Blake came through with two blocks last night against the Kings and one of them was a pretty spectacular block on John Salmons.  With that block, Blake is now averaging 1 block per game after 3.  Let’s hope he keeps it up and doesn’t maintain his .6 blocks a game career average.



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