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Big Brother Wants in on the Act

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If there's any cosmic justice in basketball, any higher power on the lookout for cool stories blending perseverance and deep family ties, then Taylor Griffin will work his way back to the NBA in the next year or two.

Better yet, he will land on the Clippers. He will climb off the bench, run the court on a fastbreak, take an alley-oop pass from his famous "little" brother and throw down a resounding, acrobatic slam dunk.

Yep, just like Blake Griffin.

 

 

 

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