On the mornings after a Blake Griffin-less night in the NBA, we’re forced to go searching for Blake Griffin-like highlights from players that aren’t Blake Griffin. Sometimes we forget that other players can jump high and throw down monstrous dunks with authority. Take Al Thornton for example. Even his immediate family forgot that he was capable of something like this. And they’re forced to watch all his games. Same for Josh Smith.
Nice grade point average.
Peyton Manning is Lucky Social Media Wasn't Around in 1996 When He Allegedly Sat on a Female Trainer's Face
The trainer settled with the University in 1997 and left Knoxville.
Probably will prompt more questions than answers.
The next day he allegedly threw a shoe at their son.
The rout is on.