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Friday, February 21st, 2014 at 10:30 am  |  137 responses

Blake Griffin Calls Himself the Best Power Forward in the NBA

Who else was Blake Griffin gonna pick once he was put on the spot by a sports radio host? BG naturally went with himself as the L’s best power forward (the LA Clippers All-star also talked about his reluctance to take part in the Slam Dunk Contest again.) Per Fox Sports:

What will it take for you to get back in the dunk contest, will it be a check? You have nothing to prove, you jumped over a Kia for crying out loud…Would you ever just do it for fun or is it going to take a check to get the real stars like you and LeBron (James) back in the dunk contest?

Griffin: “No, I don’t think it would take big prize money. The format would definitely have to be different. I thought that this (years) format wasn’t very good. It wasn’t very entertaining it and it didn’t give the guys a chance to do what they really wanted. It’s not going to take a lot. It just has to be the right time, right opportunity”.

Who is the best power forward in the NBA?

Griffin: “Whenever you are in a race or competitive environment you have to believe in yourself. I feel like I can compete with the rest of the guys in the league at the four spot. You can make a case for a lot of guys, but I believe in myself”.

You’re very humble and I know there are a lot of great power forwards, especially in the west. But, for the sake of my show, I’ll ask you again…you can can say me, and I’ll just play it on a loop….Who is the best power forward in the NBA?

Griffin: “I’ve got to go with myself!”

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  • Im gonna go with Kevin Love. 26,2 pts and 13,3 reb over 24,4 and 9,9. And im pretty sure that Griffin will not be as effective in the playoffs as usual..

  • candlewood jay

    …at least he’s making the playoffs.

  • Dfrance

    And we all know how K Love gets down in the playo… Oh.

  • King David

    this is the TRUTH and nothing but the TRUTH

  • Dagger

    Well we might, if he was playing with a top-3 guy on a team with excellent role players. Or if he was in the east.

  • bike

    He should be a better rebounder than he currently is. With his height and athletic ability, there is no reason for him not to average at least 12 rpg. Until that happens, he’s not the best.

  • GP

    Swap K-Love and Griffin on their respective teams, and it becomes interesting. Can you confidently say that Griffin/Paul is winning more than would a Love/Paul Clippers combo? I think not.

  • Felonious Drunk

    In years past, I would have laughed, but Blake actually has a legitimate claim this year. Blake actually has a legit post game now, can hit the mid-range and free throws with regularity (even showing glimpses of 3 point range), pass well out of the double team (check those lobs to DeAndre Jordan), rebound, and of course, mash one on the break or in traffic. Say what you will about his flopping antics, but dude really addressed all his weaknesses to become a complete player. What more do you want your big man to do? Plus he carried a Clippers team without Chris Paul to a winning record in the loaded West.

  • danpowers

    aldridge, griffin and love could all be considered the best depending on a teams needs or what you favor. there are reasonable arguments in favor and against all of them to be considered “the best powerforward”. if nowitzki played just one or two minutes more per game it could also be him. there isnt really THE best power forward out there

  • TR

    I give BG respect. He completely changed the Clippers from laughing stock of the league to legit contenders in the west. His game has grown a lot this year and I can only assume he’s going to continue to get better.

  • Dfrance

    You never know. I can say confidently that Griffins game compliments the Clips style and CP3 game way more than Love’s does tho.

  • LP @ThisisEther

    Man, you say that like he hasn’t been averaging 20pt/10rebs for the majority of his career….. 10 rebounds is more than respectable, you really can’t ask for more from a guy already giving you 20pts….

  • Dfrance

    He plays with the best rebounder in the league tho, so that’s gonna take a toll on his numbers. Without DeAndre there he gets to 12 easy IMO

  • LP @ThisisEther

    Are you associating “Kevin Love” with “Playoffs” ?????? wait,,,

  • LP @ThisisEther

    you think Kevin love will be running that court and catching those lobs from CP3 ? Clippers might be worse off with Love

  • jaceking

    sorry man.. chris paul is the one that deserves the credit for bringin them from laughing stock to amongst the better west teams. sure blake griffin had something to do with it.. but cp3 is the one who did the most.

  • shockexchange

    Blake smokin’ that “Maurice Lucas.” Son, with the talent Blake has around him, if he’s the best power forward in the L then he should lead the Clippers to the NBA Finals.

  • lord majinvegeta

    kevin love dissaproves

  • GP

    In what way? Offensively, Love would do more damage with CP3 since he can stretch the floor on pick and rolls, unlike Blake, in addition to doing what Griffin does in attacking the basket (obviously not as good as BG in that respect) and hitting the mid range.

  • LakeShow

    Took the words outta my mouth.

  • LakeShow

    It’s certainly an entertaining argument.

    With DeAndre getting more room in the lane to out-athleticize everyone, it would be interesting.

  • pposse

    cp3 relies on those lobs more than anything. Even back in charlotte he was lobbing to Tyson Chandler.

    When has he been an effective pg without athletic bigs? Give me BG all day for CP3 over any other PF in the league.

  • Sérgio

    You could say the same thing to all his contenders, like Love and Aldridge.

  • shockexchange

    Love and Aldridge don’t have nearly the amount of talent around them that Blake does.

  • LakeShow

    BG has a crapola ton more talent.

  • spit hot fiyah

    agreed. griffin has been the best over the last month or so. worth adding: anthony davis is knocking on the door and will make this a 4 man race very soon

  • spit hot fiyah

    or keyboard

  • LakeShow

    **Cough** DeAndre Jordan **Cough**

  • Shooting Guard

    He is up there, top top. Is he the best? No

  • LakeShow

    I always say the words out loud first before I type them. jk

  • LakeShow

    Who’s the best?

  • GP

    Chris Paul has been an effective PG his entire career, even when he was playing with guys like Okafor. Athletic bigs make his job easier, but that doesn’t mean he wouldn’t be able to mesh well with Love.

  • bike

    I’m not knocking the guy. He’s in the conversation w/ KL and LA. And he’s really improved this season. I just always thought it suprising he’s not getting more rebounds pg. Remember, people were calling him soft a year or two ago.

  • GP

    Is he really a PF though? I’d consider him a C.

  • sauce

    I know it’s kinda off topic but that dunk over a KIA has to be the most overrated dunk in slam dunk history

  • GP

    I remember some people were hesitant about trading Eric Gordon for CP3 lol.

  • pposse

    thats a myth, a big part of his game are throwing lobs, he played with Tyson for like 4 yrs since his second yr in the league. Its easier to run pick and roll when your guy can be on the receiving end of a bounce pass or a lob.

  • GP

    Dwight’s Superman dunk comes to mind.

  • pposse

    deandre jordan does not equal deandre jordan plus Blake Griffin. He is not two people, the more the merrier for cp3′s game.

  • LLC#12

    When was the last time there was a definitive “best” PF. Dirk in 2011? Been fairly ambiguous since then.

  • LakeShow

    Honest question: Who should the T-Wolves be better than that they are not better than record wise this season in the West?

    For myself I would say PHX and PHX only.

    The Wolves would have the 5th seed or higher is they were in the East.

    Some food for thought.

  • LakeShow

    Matt Barnes is great at getting up and down. Dudley provides at least one or two a game. Crawford can take an oop. It’s about all that Ryan Hollins and Jordan can do. It’s already crowded at the rim.

    They don’t want to be dunkers anyway. They have said that and showed that this season. Blake’s game is more complete. He doesn’t need or want non-stop oops anymore.

  • LakeShow

    He appears to be just as capable at both positions.

    Tim Duncan-esque.

  • pposse

    tell all that to cp3 hes the one that keeps throwing them. CP3 game would take a nose dive without BG imo. Maybe not so much with K Love cause K Love is in love with 3 pt shooting and paul consistently looks to either dish out assists for 3s or look for the lob.

  • JJ Jones

    Kevin love 1st blake griffin 2nd

  • Anthony

    Statistically would you consider BG better than K. Love? Not trying to be a troll, they are just constantly putting out there the K.Love stats on his double doubles, just interested in your take…(oh, also his ability to stretch the floor with his ability to be a 3pt threat)

  • Caboose

    Defense and FG% would be the big ones.

  • King Chalmers

    You’re overvaluing cp3 and undervaluing Blazers. I know I’m comparing team against a player here, but I’m also quite sure you’re saying what you’re saying only because of cp3.

  • LakeShow

    You explained my POV to yourself lol.

  • LP @ThisisEther

    Tim Duncan, last year.

  • sauce

    I actually liked Dwight’s Superman “dunk” cause it was so surreal… still don’t know how that ball got through the rim

  • COYNE

    Good point but their athletic guards on the end of Kev Love’s outlet pass?

  • http://twitter.com/sooperfadeaway nbk

    Played 100% of his minutes at Center

  • http://signup.divinerenergy.com/ Anthony Dixon

    Yup.. same for point guards

  • Huw L Hopkins

    Did something happen to Lamarcus Aldridge?

  • Huw L Hopkins

    Tim Duncan is the best of all time, but last year? Actually maybe you’re right. LA has taken the crown this year though.

  • LakeShow

    Anyone can answer btw. Plenty of people raggin’ on Love for not being in the playoffs. I’m talking to you.

  • LP @ThisisEther

    I hate that… Duncan has played enough PF minutes that he is a lifetime member of the PF club.

  • http://twitter.com/sooperfadeaway nbk

    He definitely has not played a lick of power forward since Francisco Elson played 19mpg in San Antonio in 2006-07.
    .
    even basketball reference acknowledges that, http://www.basketball-reference.com/players/d/duncati01.html

  • davidR

    sick username

  • 2chainz

    I completely agree.

  • 2chainz

    BG has not gotten out of the second round and had way more talent than Love.

  • 2chainz

    Power Forward

  • Felonious Drunk

    Why thank you.

  • LakeShow

    Why?

  • TR

    Without BG, Chris Paul doesn’t sign that contract to stay. Thats why I say he turned it around.

  • http://twitter.com/sooperfadeaway nbk

    (outside of Phoenix) if i knew Portland was as good as they are (that’s who i was most wrong about as a team / i really really underestimated Terry Stotts) i don’t think i would have picked Minnesota to make the playoffs, it would have been between them and Dallas. But i also don’t think Kevin Love is as good as everyone else does, so idk if i qualify as your target audience.

  • 2chainz

    fits his skill set more.

  • Anthony

    You gotta remember that dunk in context…at the time the dunk contest was at a very low point, there weren’t many choirs or props being used at the time, remember this was pre Nate Robinson & Blake Griffin, plus he got that dunk on the 1st try. Over the years has been hyped, but not in the ballpark of that cheesy, over the hood-not the car, I believe I can fly, wack kenny smith hype man, fake compton community choir, the rotating 360 windmill you attempted and missed was better, Blake Griffin Dunk

  • LakeShow

    Why?

  • davidR

    completely agree. there was a lot of mystique behind what dwight was gonna do. and for him to get it on the first try was huge. people just couldnt understand what they saw, but it was pretty sick.

    the kia dunk was so overtop, it was lame. and it was fixed

  • http://bit.ly/1adGLWn SirGrey

    I’ll take Bosh over Blake. He’s the NBA’s most underrated big man and he really doesn’t have a noticeable flaw in his game.
    Correct me if you consider him a center but I don’t think its fair because he doesn’t come up in those conversations either.
    We kind of overlook him having rings, naturally. He does have cold hands at times, naturally.
    We have seen him produce, when fed properly. His ability to create mismatches is unmatched.

  • RedRum

    Which PF had a 30/20 game in last year’s Finals, and if his too smart for his own good coach had not taken him out in the last possession would now celebrate his 5th ring? Anyone?

  • JJ Jones

    I would take bosh over him honestly

  • Love’s 3pointers are a big reason why Rubio is averaging so many assists though. With Love stepping out on pick&rlls creates more space for CP3 to work his own magic or lob it to Jordan or pass it out to Love on the perimeter. Defense has some tough choices to make then..

  • C.M.G

    Lmao not bosh over Blake tho

  • C.M.G

    Doesn’t rebound enough, shoots jumpers like a 2 guard, SOFT….averaged 3 boards per In last years finals along with 5 pts….and u say bosh has no flaws!!?? Please make that your last comment on slam lol.

  • C.M.G

    U would be fired immediately if u were an nba gm and u did that

  • breeziee

    Why doesnt bosh name never get mention?

  • Redd

    Not really Love is undoubtedly the best.

  • http://bit.ly/1adGLWn SirGrey

    So you’re really gonna bring up one series to label him ?
    He has a great post game on both blocks. “Shoots like a 2 guard”?; Thats the best compliment you could give a big man right there. All the Heat use him for is to space the floor.
    Bosh isn’t put in the right positions to rebound, especially when you have stat-head LeBron chasing and stealing rebounds from others. System determines everything. Bosh averaged 23 and 12 his last season in Toronto. No one averages 12 boards a year and is a bad rebounder.
    How is soft a real analogy ? They called everyone soft throughout the years from Yao to Dirk to Pau to Durant in last years playoffs.
    Put him as the 1st option and he’s known to be aggressive. Did you see his game against Portland ? He doesn’t have to take like 30+ shots to get 40 like Blake does. He scores efficiently with no dedicated sets.
    I’m not gonna sit here and give you stats because that doesn’t support me. His skill set tells you alone his potential.
    I’m no Heat fan and you don’t have to be a scientist to know he’s the 2nd most valuable player on the squad (they’re reigning champs). Bosh wins, point blank. He isn’t relied on as much as these other guys, obviously, he plays for the Heat.
    Bosh is a better defender than Blake, with less athleticism.

  • http://bit.ly/1adGLWn SirGrey

    I didn’t say he had no flaws. I said no noticeable flaws. Blake has noticeable flaws. FT, inconsistent jumpshot, ugly-ass footwork, etc.

  • Felonious Sober, Lol

    Yeah! With a little help from Jamal when CP was away.

  • LobCity

    Nah, the change from laughing stock to legitimate team is due to Blake Griffin. People forget the hype around the Clippers started with BG, the problem was player around him (Gordon, Davis) being injured. Once the CP3 trade went though he helped elevate them to another level, but don’t discredit what BG did. I mean, if it wasn’t for what BG did would CP3 have even considered the Clippers?

  • melvo

    Kenny’s “YOU WIN YOUNG FELLA!” is 10x funnier in retrospect.

  • melvo

    Might not be true, but it’s not a completely far-fetched claim though.

  • LobCity

    I feel like most of this younger generation likes to watch a video just to identify one flaw rather than appreciating the whole thing. In this case, it’s the fact he jumped over the hood. Go back and look at where he took off from (and he jumped off two feet!). Understand that the man is 6’10 and nobody his size could “jump over” the top of that car. Appreciate the timing on the lob pass through the moonroof from Baron and the dunk by BG (on the 1st try). Appreciate Baron Davis’ Chiclet smile as he pops up through the moonroof. He got the crowd hyped, the judges hyped and it was unique.

    And Blake did mention in interviews following the dunk contest he had some better/more dangerous dunks planned but the Clippers organization didn’t feel comfortable with him performing those considering he had already suffered a major injury early in his career.

  • JJ Jones

    Guess u forgot what he was putting up as the number 1 option. And didnt he score 37 on the blazers this year? Explain how lamarcus is better because I really dont see it

  • JJ Jones

    How is he suppose to rebound being camped at the damn 3pt line?

  • JJ Jones

    To give lebron more credit. People really need to stop paying so much attention to stats he was putting up 24 ppg in toronto. He didnt suddenly get worse he just doesnt get fed the ball properly

  • Adam Webber

    Have fun Lob city watching the playoffs from round 2 and on.lol

  • Adam Webber

    Unlike you I actually watch the games and don’t go to sites to get my info..He does play a lot of center but he also has played a lot of pf too. He is interchangeable in the spurs system.

  • Isaaq Attack

    It was just an alley-oop if you take away the car. The last good dunk contest was when Nate Robinson won it. I still feel like Iguodala got robbed.

  • The Seed

    Like I have stated before Bosh career is being wasted, he could easily get 25 a game with 12 boards, but with the Heat, they use him like a role player and he only gets to shine if Dwade is hurt or the Heat feel he has an great matchup he can exploit. Bosh and Wade hurt themselves to help Bron. Hopefully Bron knows this, but I believe his team knew he would be able to go to Miami and run over Wade and Bosh. It worked, and this is how little Wade and Bosh are looked at as great players anymore. Bron won MVP with them and has a chance to win again with to me a top 3 PF and top 5 SG, but the media wants you to think Wade is washed up and Bosh cannot play. Go Lebon media team.

  • 1LeggedFadeaway

    While those younger guys you named off are some of the top PH in the game right now only Dirk and Duncan have the postseason wins and numbers to call themselves the best PF in the game.Blake’s numbers go way down in the playoffs where the BEST players are made and Love is a playoff virgin.So maybe he should call himself the best regular season PH instead.

  • Nick Holden

    Should 1-2 minutes of playing time really determine whether Dirk is the best at his position?

  • Boblovers
  • Dundler

    A big part, but not the only part. Lets not forget how many assists he got to David West on the pick and pop

  • Dundler

    Preseason I would have said Phoenix, Portland and prob Mavs too. Now its just the Mavs really

  • Huw L Hopkins

    Is that James Jones?

  • pposse

    yeah but lets not forget the type of caliber player David West is. The guy is getting upwards of 12 million per year and has proven to be a valuable asset on other teams when healthy. In any case, Doc has done a good job in kind of slowing down the pace it seems and providing more substance than flash for the clips this year. Their true battle will be how they incorporate their new brand of ball into the playoffs. I personally hate the fact that the playoffs have to be the ultimate judge, but I really want to see for the clips if they stay true to their identity they created this year or fall back to old habits in years past.

  • Dundler

    Ah no the playoffs has to be the judge. We can say the Denver Nuggets had the 10 year streak of playoff runs, second only to the Spurs, but how many really good teams have they had? One?
    Anyway, I think Griffin does look good, but I don’t think its the lob, its just the face he’s good, as West was. Without a big man, I don’t think Paul would be half as effective

  • C.M.G

    What bosh did 4 years ago is irrelevant. And if bosh was known to “win games”, why didn’t he win any in Toronto??? When he was the #1 option?? And yes your soft if u play 30+ minutes for 2 playoff series and only average 3 boards. And to correct ur statement “lebron wins game, not bosh”.

  • danpowers

    obviously love puts up bigger numbers and his capability of stretching the floor from downtown is priceless. i still dont know if he is really that much better than griffin. i can only guess there, but i think that if you exchanged them on their teams those teams records would pretty much stay the same.

    griffin sticks to what he can do, he added a nice mid range jumper to spread the floor aswell. aldridge also does that. they dont score on three pointers, but their spacing also opens up the lane for drives of teammates and forces the defense to take them seriuous at every time their team has the ball. which means they open up space for three point shooters on their team, too. if a coach knows how to exploit that, a big body who opens up space for cutters and three point shooters while not being too far out for an offensive rebound or scoring threat down low can be as valuable / almost as valuable as the big guy who can shoot the trey himself. as i said – depends on the team around him.

    i also dont know if this is just my subjective impression, but i think that griffin got a bit better on defense than love. so its tough to tell – griffin is a high fg% guy with a slightly better defense while love is an offensive do it all with slightly worse defense. i also think that loves numbers would go down a bit with better teammates around him.

  • danpowers

    at a smallball 4. i think we are talking about a more or less traditional 4. but sure, if we considered bron a 4, itll be him obviously

  • danpowers

    nope, but to be fair id give those guys with a little more output volume the edge. the quality of what dirk does in the time he plays is just awesome.

  • danpowers

    valid point

  • danpowers

    says who? not for me

  • http://bit.ly/1adGLWn SirGrey

    So you’re saying Bosh is past his prime ? I think his game has gotten more well-rounded actually.
    Bosh made the playoffs in Toronto. Blake never made it as #1. Lamarcus never made it as #1. Love never made it as #1.
    I get your argument about the boards but its a small sample size. He’s a good defender, and I still think the Heat’s defensive schemes and rotations hinders his stats.
    Correction, the Heat win games. They bail each other out.
    If they didn’t sign Bron in 2010 and had Wade and Bosh running the show they’d still be a contender.

  • C.M.G

    so they’d still be a contender even though d-wade only plays every other game LOL??

  • Tony Taylor

    Mentioned everything but defense..His defense still needs attention but I do love his game overall. I don’t need him to be a block machine but his rotations and aggressiveness on that side of the ball should be worked on.

  • Tony Taylor

    He will always be more of a center to me I’m sorry Timmy D but you a five to me bro

  • Tony Taylor

    Call him a C/PF lol I really feel like his legacy would still just as good as a center or PF but I do feel as if they say he is a PF to protect his legacy.

  • Tony Taylor

    To me offensively Davis and Blake do a lot of similar things with the way they handle the rock and facilitate for their team Davis has better shooting mechanics and thus i feel more potential in that area. But Davis defense is what trumps Blake in the future and you can’t blame him for that because Davis is just a natural on that end of the court.

  • http://bit.ly/1adGLWn SirGrey

    Nah I just meant from 2010 looking forward they would be seen as a contender. Idk about that right now.
    All these jokes and memes make people forget about how valuable Bosh actually is to the Heat. His game being finesse is why I notice him being called soft.
    Blake is always in cuffs come playoff time so idk who you’re backing for. Who do you take at the 4 ?

  • C.M.G

    bosh is very valuable to the heat bc of his unique skill set…nobody ever said he wasnt important to the heat. but overall he is not the best 4 in the league. i take aldridge as the best 4 in the league, and ill take love as the 2nd best.

  • pposse

    cosign, always felt Tim Duncan should be compared to the big boys and not the JV (traditional power forwards). He shouldn’t be considered the best PF every rather, one of the best all time bigs with the likes of Bill Russell, Wilt Chamberlain, Kareem etc. Those are the gold standards to which he should be compared to.

  • JJ Jones

    Damn ive been exposed!

  • JJ Jones

    A point ive been trying to make forevef now. Sadly for most people what.they see on the stat sheet is the be all end all

  • Redd

    And who’s a better big man at the forward?

  • Interdico Scriptor

    I thought melodious thunk as a techno band was genius, but u pipped me…

  • Interdico Scriptor

    And Griffin is the best player in the L to watch live IMO
    Honestly, dude does something freaking off the **** pretty much every game… seeing those dunks live is incredible; the power – it’s power personified. yeaaaah

  • danpowers

    thats impossible to tell. there are a handfull of guys that could be called the best power forward depending on a teams needs.
    there are legit arguments in favor of kevin love, but he isnt the only guy. as i stated earlier, you can even make a case for aldridge, nowitzki, griffin, davis and even duncan (who is more of a center tho and just “waiting” for the playoffs).

  • Dropkick

    Honestly, Blake might not be a good defender (and Love isn’t either, only Aldridge can be considered decent/good out of the three) but you can see he’s trying much harder on defense now that Doc Rivers is running the team.

  • Dropkick

    I’d say his skillset fits more for a Center mainly because of his defensive potential. With all the stretch 4s in the game it would just go to waste and honestly, the way the game is developing there’s not that much of a difference between PFs and Cs on the offensive end.

  • Dropkick

    They were average defensively so having all the offensive talent in the world doesn’t help with that.

  • Dropkick

    Honestly, no one says Wade is washed up but his knees do limit him. In the first season they played together Wade averaged like 22 points per game on a high FG% because he was healthy back then. And I don’t think Raptor-Bosh would be a top3 PF right now. Also, Wade is more like top/top2 SG throughout his career, only Kobe can compete with him and to me Wade did outplay him some seasons just as Kobe outplayed Wade in the others. Still can’t believe they gave 2009 MVP to LeBron, Wade’s stats were better across the board.

  • Dropkick

    He averaged 12.4 rebs a game in his rookie year…

  • Phislammajamma

    I think watching stephen curry is better then watchin blake griffin

  • http://bit.ly/1adGLWn SirGrey

    Lamarcus’ FG% is just too low for my liking. I’ll go with Love as #1.

  • Interdico Scriptor

    Then u don’t know ball. Curry is overrated. I would hate to play with a ball hog gunner cherry picking jesus freak… is there a worse combination? Curry LOST gm 1 v SAS
    Curry and Clay clunk more bad shots than any duo in the L. Curry showed his colours in the ASG + 3pt shootout.
    Curry hype dies March 2014…

  • Interdico Scriptor

    Blazers aren’t built for PO’s AT ALL.

  • the real

    its not just about stats when it comes to mvp the cavs had the best record in the league when is the last time youve seen an mvp with a low seed. Besides I think bosh is better than he ever has been. His stats are down but now hes added an improved 3 point shot. The fact of the matter is that hes underutilized. Notice how.his stats sky rocket whenever lebron doesnt play. I mean he destroyed aldrige earlier this year when lebron sat out hmmm

  • Shooting Guard

    LaMarcus Aldridge

  • LakeShow

    I don’t see how you can say that in full confidence.

  • Shooting Guard

    thing is, that blake is NOT the best PF in the league is a fact. My pick of LA is just my opinion.

  • Tony Taylor

    When Brandon Roy was out LA did make it

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