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ESPN published this video item, entitled “Blake Griffin will become a free agent after agreeing to a buyout with the Pistons | SportsCenter” – below is their description.
Adrian Wojnarowski reports that six-time NBA All-Star Blake Griffin has agreed to a contract buyout with the Detroit Pistons and will become an unrestricted free agent. The Brooklyn Nets, Golden State Warriors, Miami Heat and Portland Trail Blazers are expected to be among the teams Griffin will be considering for his next stop.
0:00 Adrian Wojnarowski reports the Blake Griffin news.
2:16 Season stats show that Griffin’s minutes and points per game are among the fewest of his NBA career.
2:33 Chiney Ogwumike describes what Griffin can contribute to a new team.
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