Blake Griffin is Way Overrated.
Everyday I watch ESPN, but today I had to shut it off, why? Because every time Blake Griffin dunks, everyone wants to talk about it. They say his dunk over Kendrick Perkins last night was the best dunk ever, and in now way is that sentence correct. Lebron over John Lucas III the night before was at least 100 percent better then Griffins.
Griffin is a good player, not great, but good. He has a lot of potential. Griffin shoots 51-percent from the field, and only shoots 62-percent from the charity line. Griffin does not even average one block a game. If you take away dunks, then you would see he can not shoot. ESPN needs to realize that there are other basketball stars outside of Los Angeles, New York, Miami, and Chicago. Why do we not here about Kevin Love resurrection of the Minnesota Timberwolves, or Kevin Durant making Oklahoma City Thunder into a contender, or the Philadelphia 76ers five games over the Boston Celtics in Atlantic Division? But instead we do not here this because ESPN is so caught up in Dwight Howard wanting to a trade, or Lebron James not making shots in the fourth quarter, or Blake Griffin dunking.
I am getting extremely tired of watching Blake Griffin dunking, or James trying to capture a ring. NBA has 30
teams, but you wouldn’t know that by watching ESPN. Lets here about more smaller market teams, and less about dunks, or larger markets, because as we speak now, Boston, New York and Los Angeles are struggling, so lets here more Portland, Oklahoma, Minnesota, and Indiana.