The Battle for L.A. reached epic levels during last night’s game between the NBA’s Lakers and Clippers. With hometown bragging rights hanging in the balance, the teams scrapped to a 113 to 108 decision in the Lakers’ favor. However, the talk of the night were the two muggings Blake Griffin committed against Kobe’s man Pau Gasol.
After Randy Foye’s jumper bounced off the rim, Griffin rose up and dunked on Gasol, knocking the Laker to the floor.
The second dunk came off of a pass from Caron Butler.
Adding insult to injury, Gasol’s own teammate Andrew Bynum did little to hide his reaction to the crime.
If NBA fans are lucky enough to see these teams meet in the playoffs Gasol better pack some pepper spray and keep 911 on speed dial. He should also be entitled to at least 10% of the proceeds from the posters he helped make.
27. @iamdiddy. X @hairweavekiller #atl #badboyreunion #NWM
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28. #pressplay: #atl #badboyreunion #Repost @melindasantiago・・・Such a fun moment! RepostBy @sirjpmoore: “That moment @tyrese jumps in at the #badboyfamilyreuniontour with @qparker112 @daronfrom112 @michaelkeith112 @officialslim_ @rsvpmase #badboyreuniontour #112 #tyrese #112forever #112nation #Atlanta –
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29. I couldn’t forget the homie BLACK ROB #WHOA #BADBOYREUNION
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30. If there’s ever been a standout creative and executive that I’ve patterned my trajectory after, it’s @iamdiddy. There’s absolutely nothing about the maestro, mogul and, sometimes, magician that’s not inspiring. Watching him lead his label through the soundtrack of my life last night was a moment one several levels. I experienced it at the right time in the right place. It fully birthed the new beast I’ve been incubating. It was a hell of a show. Thanks @iamdiddy. 🙌🏾