Blake Griffin Video: Watch All 214 of Griffin's Dunks from This Past Season

Gabe Zaldivar@gabezalPop Culture Lead WriterApril 19, 2011

Dr. J never had it. Dr. Dunkenstein only wished this was around during his heyday. Blake Griffin was just given the compilation treatment, and it is marvelous.

The BlakeGriffinChannel on YouTube has compiled each and every dunk that Blake Griffin has thrown down this season. That is 214 times that he has jumped in the air only to come down and put a smile on all our faces.

That includes Clippers fans too. They may not be in the playoffs, but the Clip Show can run for the whole summer with this video. I recommend playing this anytime Donald Sterling has something worthwhile to say. It will take the sting and embarrassment out of it all.

Let me say, this video is awesome. What isn't to like about a talented superstar dunking ad nauseum? I do have to say that you should watch this in episodic form. I started to feel a tad nauseated around dunk 115. I think I may be allergic to seeing anyone in a Clippers jersey do well.

You will certainly feel some sort of vertigo if you maintain until 179. But at that point why stop?

It seems the Clippers curse is over. You now have a budding young star on the rise. Imagine if he could shoot a jump shot, now that would be something truly amazing.

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