Blake Griffin can do a ton of things. He dominates open-mic slam-dunk poetry night at the Laugh Factory, he’s a philanthropist who helps fight childhood obesity with his “dunk for dollars” campaign, and he owns a circus crowd as the high-flying tomato. Oh, and he balls professionally.
Good god, this Blake Griffin pass pic.twitter.com/qEEqBB8DXs
— CJ Fogler (@cjzero) February 2, 2017
Wrongly projected as a one-dimensional dunker these past few years, Blake actually displays all-around abilities that stretch far beyond his enormous wingspan and glacial dunks. And this beautiful behind-the-back, between-the-legs dime confirms said transformation.
Formerly the 20th rookie in NBA history to average at least 20 points and 10 rebounds a game in the shot clock era, Griffin has since transformed himself into a multi-layered force capable of end-to-end disruption. He’s also hilarious, which we found out when he took an internship at Funny or Die and killed it.
As a result, the red-headed mammoth has been referred to as a notorious mythical creature – The Griffin. One who can own a comedic podium. Let’s hear it again.