Blake Griffin said his health is back to where he wants it to be after a season of injuries that limited him to just 35 regular-season games in 2015-16.
His mind is at peace with the way he has held up during training camp with the Clippers.
Griffin is no longer concerned about the 41 games he sat out because of a partially torn left quadriceps tendon and broken right hand. He is also able to move on from having re-injured his quadriceps in Game 4 of the playoffs against Portland that put him out the rest of the postseason.
“I felt great, as good as I’ve felt in several years. Kind of surprising, actually,” Griffin said Friday...