Purdue long on talent but short on answers to stop Griffin
NEW YORK -- Blake Griffin wanted the ball. Tony Crocker didn't give it to him and as the play ended with a whistle and a foul, Griffin turned and threw up his hands toward Crocker. While a Sooners teammate shot the ensuing free throws, Griffin took his spot in the blocks opposite Crocker and kept right on talking to his teammate.
His back was turned, so it's impossible to know what he was saying, but a good guess is that he was suggesting that when he's open, he'd like to get the ...
Read full story