Danilo Gallinari

It's up to Blake Griffin to make the Clippers look smart by re-signing him

It's up to Blake Griffin to make the Clippers look smart by re-signing him

As Blake Griffin took the stage to be cemented as the Clippers cornerstone Wednesday, a video of his highlights played on a monitor over his right shoulder.

At one point, he threw down seven consecutive dunks.

If memory serves, several of those passes came from Chris Paul.

The oop is back, but he has lost his alley, and if Blake Griffin thought jumping over a car was tough, welcome to Remodeling Job City.

“Obviously our team looks different, but I’m extremely excited about the guys we’ve got,” said Griffin at the news conference celebrating his signing a five-year, $175-million contract that makes him the most permanent Clipper...

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