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LOS ANGELES, United States – Over the course of his NBA career, Los Angeles Clippers star Blake Griffin has compiled a collection of impressive slam dunks. He added to that list on Monday, December 14.
During the fourth quarter of his team’s game against the Detroit Pistons with 5:15 to go, Griffin used a nifty hesitation move to rid himself of his defender, Anthony Tolliver, allowing him a free lane to the basket to the rim, where he met Detroit Pistons big man Andre Drummond.
Drummond was too late, as Griffin was able to complete this reverse dunk:
The slam cut Detroit's lead to two. Los Angeles went on to win the game in OT, 105-103, improving to 15-10. Griffin finished with 34 points and 7 assists. – Rappler.com