Blake Griffin and the Los Angeles Clippers don't have a monopoly on impressive NBA dunks. But they may still be the industry leaders when it comes to gravity-defying, jaw-dropping slams.
The New York Knicks learned this the hard way during a matinee matchup on Sunday.
Moments after Knicks center Tyson Chandler slammed through an emphatic ally oop dunk at the Garden, Griffin got free at the other end for a video game throwdown.
Points. Counterpoints. Twitter gave the edge to Griffin.
Griffn's Activision antics staked the visiting Clippers to a 40-33 lead deep into the second quarter. Despite a 42-point effort from Carmelo Anthony, the Clippers' point guard play and depth proved decisive. Chris Paul posted an impressive 25 points, seven assists, six rebounds and four steals in the Clips' 102-88 win, while Griffin chipped in 17 points and 12 boards.
Griffin also contributed a few other highlight dunks. Enjoy!
WATCH: Griffin Spins Free For Ally Oop
WATCH: Griffin Slams Home Rebound