During the first quarter of his team's match against the Detroit Pistons on Monday night, L.A. Clippers forward Blake Griffin showed that he does more than just making vicious slams.
After a good pass from Chris Paul, the 27-year-old Oklahoma product found himself wide-open near the basket. Instead of going up straight to dunk the ball, he made a between a legs dribble first to showcase his handles.
.@CP3 has ????'s on the back of his head. 28-8 early – Good Guys. #ItTakesEverything pic.twitter.com/G5qoyEpBTu
— LA Clippers (@LAClippers) November 8, 2016
These are the plays that make the Clippers one of the most exciting teams to watch in the NBA. It may also serve as bad news not just for the Pistons but to other teams in the league as Griffin and his teammates are appearing to be enjoying themselves a lot on the court while sitting at the top of Western Conference standings with a 5-1 record.