Blake Griffin

#32 PF / L.A. Clippers / EXP: 5YRS Height: 6-10 Weight: 251 lb Age: 26 College: Oklahoma

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98%
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7
INJURY ALERT: Out | Hand | Out until at least Mar 5
  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Clippers' Blake Griffin: Teams inquire about availability

    Griffin (hand) has been the subject of trade talks initiated by multiple NAB teams, the Los Angeles Times reports. Several teams have contacted the Clippers about Griffin broke his hand after he punched a team assistant equipment manager, but the team has no active interest in trading its power forward.

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    Clippers' Blake Griffin: Could need two months of recovery time

    The Clippers believe that Griffin's broken right hand could actually take up to two months to fully heal, ESPN.com's Zach Lowe reports. After it was revealed earlier last week that Griffin fractured his hand while punching the Clippers' assistant equipment manager during an altercation in Toronto, the team projected him to miss four-to-six weeks. A two-month absence would give Griffin only two weeks of regular-season games before the playoffs begin, so fantasy owners in shallower formats without DL spots could be inclined to drop the big man from their roster if it becomes clear that he'll be out longer than initially anticipated.

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    Clippers' Blake Griffin: Team confirms four-to-six week timetable

    The Clippers confirmed Tuesday afternoon that Griffin suffered a broken right hand and would be sidelined for approximately four-to-six weeks. Griffin was expected to return from a long-term quad injury at some point during the Clippers' current road trip, but those plans were quashed when the star forward had an altercation with the team's assistant equipment manager and hurt his hand while throwing a punch on Jan. 23 in Toronto. In conjunction with the NBA, the Clippers are going to investigate further into the incident, which possibly means that Griffin could be forced to serve as a suspension once he returns to active status, likely at some point in early-to-mid March. While Griffin remains sidelined, the Clippers will continue to roll out undersized lineups that mostly feature combinations of Luke Richard Mbah a Moute, Paul Pierce, and Wesley Johnson at the two forward spots.

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    Clippers' Blake Griffin: Expected out 4-6 weeks

    Griffin has a broken hand and early estimates project him to miss 4-to-6 weeks, Dan Woike of the OC Register reports. In what's become the biggest story of the day, Griffin reportedly was involved in an altercation with a team equipment manager, leaving the All-Star with a broken hand. Griffin was already sitting out while rehabbing a quad injury, but this latest ailment will now keep him on the shelf until late-February or early-March. At this point, it's unclear whether Griffin could face additional discipline for the incident from the league or the Clippers.

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    Clippers' Blake Griffin: May have broken hand

    Griffin (quadriceps) may have suffered a broken hand recently, ESPN's Marc Stein reports. Already ruled out for at least two more games due to his quad injury, Griffin may now be looking at a significant extension of his absence, which has already gone on for a full month. There hasn't been any confirmation of the injury, but details should be available at some point Tuesday.

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    Clippers' Blake Griffin: Out for remaining two games of road trip

    Griffin (quadriceps) has been ruled out for the final two games of the Clippers' road trip, Ben Bolch of the Los Angeles Times reports. Though there was initially some optimism that Griffin would be able to return to the court at some point during the trip, he's since returned to Los Angeles to undergo further evaluating on his ailing left quad. The Clippers haven't relayed whether or not Griffin suffered a setback in his rehab or simply requires more time off to recovery from the injury, but regardless, he'll sit out matchups Tuesday against the Pacers and Wednesday against the Hawks before the team heads back west. During Griffin's absence, the team has rolled to an 11-3 record, but they'd surely welcome the return of their top offensive threat in the low post.

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    Clippers' Blake Griffin: Will not play Sunday

    Griffin (quad) has been ruled out of Sunday's game against the Raptors. Griffin has yet to participate in a full practice, so he'll be on the sidelines for another game Sunday, as he continues to recover from a partial tear in his left quadriceps tendon. He's traveling with the team on their current five-game road trip, but has already missed the first three games of the trip. His next opportunity to return will be Tuesday against the Pacers, but he'll likely need to see some more improvement in his quad before being cleared to play. He should have his status updated again sometime early Tuesday morning.

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    Clippers' Blake Griffin: Out at least two more games

    Coach Doc Rivers confirmed at Thursday's morning shootaround that Griffin (quad) would miss Thursday's game against the Cavaliers and Friday's game against the Knicks, Rowan Kavner of Clippers.com reports. Griffin is traveling with the Clippers as they embark on a five-game road trip, but as was insinuated earlier in the week, the team isn't counting on a return from their star power forward until at least Sunday's contest against the Raptors. The 26-year-old will continue to have his activity during workouts monitored by the team's medical staff throughout the trip and may need to complete a full practice Saturday if he hopes to get clearance for the Toronto game.

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    Clippers' Blake Griffin: Will not play Thursday

    Griffin (quad) has officially been ruled out of Thursday's game against the Cavaliers, Dan Woike of the Orange County Register reports. This decision comes as no surprise, while the Clippers remain hopeful Griffin will be able to make his return on Jan. 24 against the or Jan. 26 against the Pacers. Fantasy owners should continue to monitor his situation, as details about his eventual return should become available later in the week.

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    Clippers' Blake Griffin: Not expected to return Thursday

    Griffin (quad) is not expected to be ready for Thursday's game against the Cavaliers, Ben Bolch of the Los Angeles Times reports. Clippers head coach Doc Rivers said as much Monday night, but the team still hopes to have Griffin back on Jan. 24 against the Raptors or Jan. 26 against the Pacers. His return will impact the value of a slew of different players, as the Clippers will inevitably be less reliant on small lineups once Griffin's available.

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