I went to grab dinner right before the half of the Clippers/Thunder game Monday night. At the restaurant the game was playing and their was a man glued to the screen. I told my roommate don’t worry, “The Clippers are going to win.” The man sitting in front of us turned around and gave me a puzzled and bewildered expression. I would like to say to you puzzled expression man: I was right. I knew despite being down the Clippers would come back to win 92,77.
To be clear the Clippers were already in the playoffs before the game Monday night. I just thought I would highlight how long it has been since this has happened, 2005-2006. The game went as you might have expected with Blake Griffin like a blind bull in a China shop dunking through people. The Clippers were a scoring machine out scoring the Thunder, 26-11 in the 4th quarter. Griffin scored 17 points just behind newbie Nick Young who scored 19 points. The Thunder’s Kevin Durant was really trying to even things out scoring 24 points. Now
everyone the advertisers are celebrating the blessing that is Griffin for post season ratings.
Here are so more words I don’t often say: The game was played at the Staples Center to a sold out crowd. Yes you read it here, sold out Clippers game. So now it is official I am too poor for Clippers tickets. I guess the
Kings Royals need to get down here soon so I can afford some pro basketball tickets.
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