Blake had yet another highlight filled night against the Cavs:
Blake was busy doing his thing when Sixers Jodie Meeks and Tony Battie decided to shake up Blake:
Obviously the replay showed it wasn’t as bad as it looked but as us Blake fans know, he’s sick of taking a beating.
Meanwhile here were the highlights:
So it wasn’t the best game of the season by Blake or the Clippers last night in Memphis.
But since Blake did have one highlight dunk we thought you might enjoy:
Since Blake had arguably one of his worst game of the season last night, we’ll just go ahead and make sure you watched this behind the scenes look at Blake’s life:
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Blake had one highlight from last nights game but more importantly the Clippers upset the Celtics on the road.
Here’s the sick left-handed jam over Kristic:
Without a Blake highlight, other than a career high 9 assists and another near triple-double, we skipped over Saturday’s game against the Nuggets and jumped straight into last nights Clippers win over the Bobcats full of 3 quality Blake highlights.
First up was his 2-hand putback of the Chris Kaman miss:
To start the 3rd quarter the “Mo-Quake” connection hooked up for this easy looking alley-oop:
But the best was this “Mo-Quake” oop on the fastbreak in the 2nd quarter. You gotta love how easy it is for these guys to connect:
Blake Griffin endorsements keep growing, State Farm is now using him in their “Score with a Song” contest to win a trip to Vegas to hang out with NBA players. Nike, Subway, Kia, and now State Farm, not a bad group of companies for Blake to be working with.
Here’s the intro video, click the link above to see Blake talk a little bit about his past and his pre-game routine.
Blake has just one quality highlight last night but the Clippers got the win and he continued to show good chemistry with his new point guard Mo Williams. Not to mention Eric Gordon is back baby!
Here was the Mo-Quake connection from last night off the pick-and-roll:
As you may have seen over the weekend, we’ve got a new member of the QuakeGriffin.com team that we are super excited to have on board with us.
Max Frishberg is an aspiring video editor in L.A. and a hoops junkie in his spare time. Lucky for us he combines his immense video editing talents with his love for hoops to put together some of the best NBA mixes you can find anywhere on Youtube. (For those who don’t believe me I offer up this incredible Dwyane Wade montage he did.)
Max has put together what I would consider the best Blake Griffin highlight montage video you’ll find as a “Welcome to QuakeGriffin.com” on Youtube.
Sit back and enjoy the minute long chills you’ll get from this one and be sure to subscribe to the Youtube page via the link at the end of the video: