Blake Griffin Ended Kevon Looney’s Career
There are days where I wish I had blogger statitics to track how many times I’ve done certain things. One of them would be how many times did I blog a Blake Griffin dunk. It never gets old. And now it doesn’t happen like it used to so getting blessed with a Blake dunk is always a good thing. Griffin had one of his best of the season destroying Golden State Warriors and Milwaukee native Kevon Looney with a viscous slam.
RIP Kevon Looney, Blake Griffin slams all over him pic.twitter.com/228wN1qwL5
— CJ Fogler (@cjzero) February 3, 2017
Not sure what Looney could do in that situation. Griffin saw him there and dunked right on him with no regard. Looney did a half-ass jump but it was too late. I would have thought playing in the City Conference would have taught Looney better there. Good news for him, Golden State got the last laugh winning 133-120, and it’s to the point in the Golden State-Clippers rivalry where someone from Clips needs to go with the old Pedro quote ‘What can I say, they’re my daddy.’