- The Washington Times - Thursday, October 6, 2016

If you are playing against Blake Griffin and the Los Angeles Clippers, you better watch out if a stray shoe ends up on the floor.

In the Clippers’ preseason game Wednesday against the Toronto Raptors, Griffin picked up a lone shoe that was left on the floor. At the same time, he called for a pass. When the pass came from Jamal Crawford, Griffin tossed the shoe as quickly as he could — directly into Cory Joseph’s face.

The shoe clearly stunned Joseph, but it didn’t faze Griffin. Griffin drove right towards the paint and drew a foul on the play.



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