Blake Griffin Had His Own Slam Dunk Contest At The NBA All-Star Game And It Was Better Than The Regular Slam Dunk Contest

Blake Griffin was born to play in the no defense, open floor NBA All-Star environment. The high-flying Los Angeles Clippers forward racked up 38 points, tying Rick Barry and Kevin Durant for the third highest total in All-Star Game history. Griffin skied to the rim quite often, scoring 20 of his points coming from dunks. When asked if he like to show off his acrobatic dunks he said, “It’s fun, man. This game is for the fans. And to be able to do the things that they want to see, they don’t really want to see me shooting jump shots, so it’s cool to be able to get up and down and have fun with it.”