(Video) NBA: Blake Griffin Helping Remake Sports Classic ‘White Men Can’t Jump’

Kenya Barris, the creator of ABC’s acclaimed comedy Black-ish, is teaming up with athletes turned producers Blake Griffin of the NBA’s Los Angeles Clippers and Ryan Kalil of the NFL’s Carolina Panthers to develop a remake of the 1992 sports comedy White Men Can’t Jump for 20th Century Fox.

(Video) NBA: Blake Griffin & Jimmy Butler Ready to Battle ‘Space Jam’ Monstars in New Jordan Ad

A few months ago, Michael Jordan said he preferred Blake Griffin to be the star if there was a Space Jam sequel ever made.  Well, now he got his wish, sort’ve.

(Video) NBA: Blake Griffin & DeAndre Jordan Team Up For This Funny Google Ad

In a new and pretty funny ad for google, Clippers teammates Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan do the voice over work for bottles of ketchup and mustard. Blake (ketchup) is caught out there cheating on his dunk buddy DeAndre (mustard) and the result all comes together nicely.

(Video) NBA: Blake Griffin Threw Jamal Crawford’s Shoe & Accidentally Hit Cory Joseph in the Face

During the Los Angeles Clippers game against the Toronto Raptors, Jamal Crawford’s sneaker fell off.  Blake Griffin picked it up and tossed it toward the sideline to get it out the way while it caught the pass.  Unfortunately, it’ll didn’t land on the floor, it instead hit Cory Joseph in the face while he was trying to defend Chris Paul.

NBA: Blake Griffin Reportedly Plans to Re-Sign With the LA Clippers

Blake Griffin will become a free agent next summer and there’s questions about where he might end up.  After punching a since-removed Clippers trainer, and injuries, there were a lot of rumors about the Clippers trading Griffin but it never materialized.  Now with his free agency looming, there’s thoughts that he might go elsewhere as the Clippers have yet to make it past the second round of the playoffs.  However, the latest reports indicate that Griffin is staying put.

NBA: Blake Griffin Gets Green Light From Fox To Produce Animated Show Based On His Life

Blake Griffin is showing us this week that he has plans for life after basketball. He did a stand up comedy routine last week which was actually pretty damn funny and feels like if he took it serious he could do pretty well. Now we have news of him getting the “Ok” from Fox to produce a animated show loosely based on his own life.

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