Shaqtin' A Fool: Blake Griffin Showcases Bad Passing at Its Finest

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Everything just seems so out of proportion this week on the latest edition of Shaqtin' A Fool. No, Chuck wasn't standing in front of a funhouse mirror; rather, it's that all the players didn't seem to know where they were, with whom they were playing or the slightest bit about physics.

First, there's the Los Angeles Clippers' Blake Griffin apparently throwing a behind-the-back alley-oop pass to what would have needed to be a 20-foot-tall teammate. 

Then, Amar'e Stoudemire sends the ball to the New York Knicks' invisible sixth man, even though five are already on the court. (And J.R. Smith hasn't filled that role all year, anyway.)

We see the Chicago Bulls' Nazr Mohammed try to pass through opponents as if they weren't even standing there, only for both Los Angeles Lakers bigs, Pau Gasol and Chris Kaman, to do the exact same thing. And what about all those guys who apparently thought they were playing on a 15-foot hoop this week?

It's all sheer lunacy this time around, almost as crazy as Ernie's new hoodie look. Get your giggles on with Shaq, Kenny and the whole TNT gang on Shaqtin' A Fool!

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