It’s no secret that shot blocking is a glaring weakness of Blake Griffin’s game. Even at 6’10”, he’s only averaged 0.6 blocks per game for his career — although playing next to DeAndre Jordan would negatively affect anybody’s shot blocking stats. Sunday night, Griffin appeared to misplay a drive by Jonas Jerebko of the Boston Celtics. However, what Griffin lacks in defensive prowess he can make up for in athleticism, and he did just that, spinning around to send Jerebko’s the other direction.