I know it's early in the season, but the Clippers are already heating up as Blake Griffin and Chris Paul start to populate "Lob City" more and more each game with amazing highlights (I don't care if they don't like the name). In the third quarter of Saturday's win over the Bucks -- which is the Clippers' third win in a row -- Griffin threw down two incredible dunks that will most likely be replayed throughout the season (unless they get buried in the enormous pile of Blake Griffin dunks).
The first was a high-flying alley-oop on a fast break assisted by CP3. Later in the period, Paul found Griffin again, this time at the top of the key with a wide open lane in front of him to attack the basket. That's exactly what the dunking phenom did. Milwaukee's Ersan Ilyasova tried to keep up with him, but as Griffin took flight, the Bucks' forward was so overpowered that he simply fell backwards.
Griffin finished with a double-double (22 points, 14 rebounds) while Paul ended up with with just nine points and seven assists. The Clippers are now ranked sixth in the league in points scored per game and assists per game. They travel to Portland to play the Trail Blazers on Tuesday.
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