NBA Fastbreak: Former Clippers star Blake Griffin’s future with Pistons is hazy

Blake Griffin

Fans wore Blake Griffin’s old Clippers pullover and cheered him as he ran on and off the court this week at Staples Center, a token of how enormous of a star he was for the establishment that at last exchanged him.

It was seven days for reunions at Staples Center — first with Griffin on Thursday and afterward with the New Orleans Pelicans’ trio of previous Lakers one night later.

Blake Griffin

The future for the Pelicans is still moderately clear — Brandon Ingram has solidified himself as an All-Star applicant and a player set out toward max cash this offseason. Josh Hart is the sort of winning player that mentors love. What’s more, Lonzo Ball, at long last sound, is returning off his first to-back 20-point games.

Zion Williamson is back rehearsing, and regardless of being close to the base of the West, New Orleans still has a five-year standpoint that is bounty positive (even notwithstanding the damage concerns encompassing Williamson as he prepares to make his NBA debut).

Be that as it may, if New Orleans can at present observe its way, the Detroit Pistons are zooming down a foggy street with their brake lines cut.

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