It was only a summer league game but Blake Griffin didn’t disappoint in his debut for the Los Angeles Clippers. Playing twenty-nine minutes and thirty-four seconds, Griffin recorded his first professional double-double in his first professional basketball game. Blake shot 11-15, including 1-1 from 3-point range. He also capitalized on four of eight free throw attempts for a total of 27 points. Griffin also grabbed 2 offensive and 10 defensive rebounds for the 27/12 double-double.
Blake Griffin got off to a monster start by scoring the Clippers first 7 points to help lead them past the Lakers 93-82.