Blake Griffin Video: Watch Griffin's Reverse Alley-Oop vs. the Warriors

Andrew LeighCorrespondent IJanuary 23, 2011

Blake Griffin continued his vicious assault on the rims at the Staples Center on Saturday night, throwing down yet another highlight reel dunk that is a must-watch for all basketball fans and random dunk admirers.

This time the opposition was the Golden State Warriors, and while Griffin didn't partake in any posterizing during this particular dunk, it still bears watching as another example of Blake's unbelievable aerial abilities.

After a scrum for a rebound after a Golden State miss, the Clippers started a fast break, led by guard Eric Bledsoe. Griffin filled the gap up the sideline, and LA had a promising 3-on-2 break.

Bledsoe drove to the hoop and was challenged by a retreating Golden State defender as he went up for what looked like a dicey layup attempt. But instead of laying the ball up to possibly be blocked, he flipped it toward the rim in the direction of the oncoming Griffin.

Never one to disappoint on the fast break, Griffin went airborne, but he had to adjust his body mid-air to collect the pass. The result: Griffin facing away from the rim, catching the pass, and slamming down an insane reverse dunk off an alley-oop.

This is just another entry in what's become an extensive highlight reel during Griffin's rookie season. The 2009 draft pick missed all of that season after a knee injury, but he is living up to the lofty expectations of Clippers fans this year.

Enjoy this dunk, and be sure to add it to your fan montages of Blake Griffin's awesome dunks.

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