Warriors’ Klay Thompson calls out Blake Griffin for flopping

The Warriors and Clippers really don't like each other -- at all -- so it promises to be an entertaining playoff series.

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Los Angeles Clippers superstar forward Blake Griffin is one of the most electrifying players in the NBA with his highlight-reel dunks and amazing athleticism.

Griffin has a pretty impressive skill set, but Golden State Warriors guard Klay Thompson doesn’€™t seem too impressed. Thompson added another layer to the rapidly growing Clippers-Warriors rivalry during a Wednesday radio appearance on 95.7 The Game by taking a shot at Griffin for his flopping.

Griffin’€™s flopping is well documented, and some of his flops have been hysterical, like the one that drew him a foul against the Sacramento Kings during the 2011-12 season.

This criticism from Thompson, combined with Griffin saying in January that Golden State plays "cowardly basketball,"€ would make a playoff series between these two California teams must-see television.


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