At first, the foul on Blake Griffin looked like it may take him out of the game. However, the Los Angeles Clippers' forward remained in the game to help the Clippers. Unfortunately, it wasn't enough as the team fell 115-94. The good news coming out of the game was the health of Griffin.
The foul came when Griffin tried to driver past his defender to the basket. Festus Ezeli grabbed Griffin by the arm as Griffin blew past him and pulled. Griffin was spun through the air and landed hard on the court, hitting his head. It looked bad, but Griffin didn't have to miss any time and there were no reports after the game of any lingering effects.
The Clippers have now lost two-straight games after the impressive 17-game winning streak. They will look to get back to their winning ways on Friday when they take on the Los Angeles Lakers. Griffin finished with a disappointing 10 points and six rebounds in last night's game, but he has come up big for much of the season. So far this year, Griffin is averaging 17.4 points per game and 8.7 rebounds per game.
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