Blake Griffin has been asked to be more of a playmaker with Chris Paul (thumb) sidelined and Griffin has delivered. Los Angeles Times
The Scoop: "I don't think it's really about getting the ball more," Griffin said. "I think it's just about trusting the offense. I'm figuring out different ways we can score while CP is still out, figuring out how to better serve the offense." Griffin has been a beast over the Clippers last five games, averaging 28.2 points, 8.6 rebounds, 5.4 assists and 1.6 steals. He should continue stuffing the stat sheet at a prolific rate, including racking up five-plus assists per night, while CP3 is recovering.
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