Professional Basketball Player for the Los Angeles Clippers
Pro to the question "Should Marijuana Be a Medical Option?"
"[Rolling Stone:] The NFL might let players use medical marijuana to treat pain. If you had a vote, would the NBA do the same?
[Blake Griffin:] It doesn't really affect me, but so many guys would probably benefit from it and not take as many painkillers, which have worse long-term effects. So I would vote yes. I just think it makes sense."
Rob Tannenbaum, "Blake Griffin Dishes on Bieber, Weed, Creed and His PED Secret," Rolling Stone, Apr. 15, 2014
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Involvement and Affiliations:
Basketball player, National Basketball Association (NBA), Los Angeles Clippers, 2009-present
Named Rookie of the Year, NBA, 2011
Recipient, Naismith College Player of the Year, Oscar Robertson Trophy, Associated Press College Basketball Player of the Year, Adolph Rupp Trophy, National Association of Basketball Coaches Player of the Year, and John Wooden Award, 2009
Named one of "NBA's 15 Greatest Rookies of All Time," Sports Illustrated, 2011
Attended University of Oklahoma, 2007-2009
Phone: 310-862-6000, LA Clippers Training Center Fax: None found Email: None found Website:blakegriffin.com
Born on Mar. 16, 1989 in Oklahoma City, OK
Won four state championships playing for Oklahoma Christian High School with his father as coach
Won the 2011 NBA Slam Dunk Contest
Voted into the 2011 NBA All-Star Game by the coaches, the first rookie voted in by coaches since Tim Duncan in 1998