Blake Griffin Will Return Next Season With a Vengeance

Afrikka BambataaContributor IJanuary 13, 2010

NEW YORK - JUNE 25: First overall draft pick by the Los Angeles Clippers,  Blake Griffin is congratulated by members of his entourage during the 2009 NBA Draft at the Wamu Theatre at Madison Square Garden June 25, 2009 in New York City. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and/or using this Photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement.  (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
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The Los Angeles Clippers are known for draft pick bust.

Former college star from Oklahoma University, Blake Griffin will undergo knee surgery to repair the stress fracture and it'll lead to the ending of his season. 

After a test took Tuesday showed his progression wasn't going as planned, the Rookie forward pulled the plug on his season. According to many sources, Blake increased his workload in rehabilitation, but developed pain in his knee.

Griffin was looking forward to make his rookie debut this season in about a week in a half. One debut the Clippers have been looking forward to for a long time.

After Griffin's 13 point 8 rebound pre-season the Clippers were ready to open there season up with Blake Griffin down low, but he injured his knee in their final pre-season game.

Most times when players go down early in their rookie year it’s hard to recover and become that player you once were. However when Blake Griffin comes off of this injury he will return better then he once was.

The surgery is only going to knock him out for 4 months, giving him some extra time to get better and get after it during the off-season. After all of these months, he has been so anxious to return to the floor. So ready to help the team out and make a impact to the team.

Coming off of surgery you'll see a much more improved Blake Griffin one that will be better than he was before