Blake Griffin, like all known NBA players these days, is going to Brooklyn.
Griffin’s agent Sam Goldfeder confirmed the report first mentioned by The Athletic that the free-agent forward agreed to a deal with the Nets on Sunday.
Griffin, 31, cleared waivers this weekend after his buyout agreement with the Detroit Pistons on Friday.
NBA fan or not, the names on the Nets’ roster are impressive. Griffin joins Kevin Durant, James Harden, Kyrie Irving, and his former Clippers teammate DeAndre Jordan. Not bad.
Which player will LeBron James demand come to the Lakers now? Any guesses? You just know he’s steaming.