It's been a bit of an off year for Blake Griffin. No, I'm not talking about his actual basketball ability, but it's been a while since Griffin broke out with a dunk that set the Twitter world on fire and climbed up the NBA's YouTube channel in terms of page views.
I mean, he's only had a huge dunk on Elton Brand, a monster slam on Marcin Gortat, a breakaway sky against the Chicago Bulls, a lefty smash on the Dallas Mavericks and an alley-oop finish on Bismack Biyombo's dome.
Actually, that's all happened in December. Forget it, Blake Griffin continues to be an insane dunker, and this is just another on his long list of nasty dunks for the season.
The only complaint you could really have about him is the fact that he hasn't thrown down a Timofey Mozgov-like dunk yet this season in which he absolutely destroys a player's psyche with a dunk.
This particular dunk against the Milwaukee Bucks is highlighted by Griffin's stealing the ball, dishing it up to Chris Paul, shoving Marquis Daniels in the chest and eventually leaping past Monta Ellis to mash down the alley-oop.
It was pretty and rugged, so it was basically everything a Blake Griffin dunk should be.