We might as well copy and paste this phrase on a nightly basis: Blake Griffin has dazzled with his unparalleled ability to create an awe-inspiring dunk.
Surprisingly, Griffin was doing more than just throwing 'em down. Such was evident as he facilitated an awe-inspiring flush from teammate DeAndre Jordan.
With 5:13 remaining in the second quarter, Griffin opted to take a rebound from coast to coast. After a behind-the-legs dribble, Griffin threw it up over three Washington Wizards.
As one can see above, Jordan did the rest.
Wow! Blake Griffin runs the fast break and finds DeAndre Jordan for a huge alley oop jam!— Los Angeles Clippers (@LAClippers) January 20, 2013
For those in need of their fix of dunks by Griffin himself, fear not. The dunk maestro provided the world with exactly what they wanted.
Nene Hilario will testify to just how powerful Griffin can be.
Is it really unbelievable when we see it so often?
Somehow, it is.
As one could only expect, the dunk fest doesn't stop there. In fact, we've saved the best for last.
After Grant Hill poked the ball loose while in low-post defense, the Clippers jumped out in transition. Chris Paul picked up the loose ball, went behind his back, dribbled across midcourt and hit Griffin on the bounce.
The three-time All-Star took the pass, cocked back and threw down a beauty.
So, which one of these dunks can we classify as the best of the night?
Was it Griffin's oop to Jordan? Blake's power move to the basket over Nene? Or B.G.'s flush in transition?
Hit the comments section and let us know!