Blake Griffin's left quadriceps hasn't bothered him since his return from a lengthy layoff, which could be good news for the U.S. Olympic team.
The Clippers power forward recently acknowledged that off-season surgery was a possibility since the quad remained partially torn but said late Wednesday night that he was encouraged by how he felt in his first three games back.
"If it keeps going this way, I don't think I'll need to," Griffin said, referring to surgery, "but that's something to decide on down the line. That's not something I'm really worried about right now."
Surgery would probably keep Griffin out of the Rio Olympics this...