Blake Griffin got his favorite "Lob City" partner back on Sunday night and it didn't take long for the duo to start showing off against the 76ers. In the second quarter, Chris Paul and Griffin connected on a pair of absolutely incredible alley-oop dunks that got the home fans on their feet.
The first dunk came on a two-on-none fast break after Philadelphia's Michael Carter-Williams botched his own alley-oop attempt. After Jamaal Crawford got the rebound, he passed it to Paul all the way at the other end of the court with nobody even near him besides Griffin. The All-Star point guard then decided to lob a pass off the backboard for Griffin, who caught it in mid-air and threw down an emphatic windmill dunk.
Just seconds later, the Clippers forced a turnover and got out in transition again. Griffin showed off his passing skills with a fancy pass to CP3, who quickly threw up an alley-oop pass right back to the dunking machine for another windmill alley-oop dunk.
Griffin finished with 26 points, 11 rebounds and six assists as the Clippers blew out the 76ers 123-78.
"I just think they were excited to get Chris back in the lineup," Clippers Coach Doc Rivers said after the game, per the Los Angeles Times. "You could see that in the way guys were flying down the floor."
Check out the images that AP photographer Mark J. Terrill caught during one of Griffin's windmill funks.