January 23, 2018, 1:26 am
Blake Griffin balled out on Monday against the Wolves scoring 32 points with two triples, 12 assists, 12 boards and a steal on 62 percent shooting.
Griffin is hitting a career high in triples this year but is shooting only 44 percent from the field, a far cry from his 49 and 50 percent shooting the last few seasons. If he was able to approach his previous shooting while maintaining his three point volume he’d have a shot at top-20 production but for now he’s going to stay outside the top-30 and inside of the top-45 in 8-cat leagues. Griffin may benefit if DeAndre Jordan is moved based on what the Clippers get in return.