There are few events more worthless than NBA regular-season games. Some off the top of my head: the fourth day of second grade, the anniversary of the first day a newspaper ran Marmaduke, Arbor Day, when Lady Gaga says something, a cat’s birthday, the State of the Union address, so on and so forth.
When it comes to sports, if there is anything more worthless than an NBA regular season game, it is usually a Los Angeles Clippers regular season game, which is a thing that I realize is redundant. I went to Staples Center on Saturday to see the Clippers, by choice. Specifically, I went to see Blake Griffin. I live in Los Angeles and love sports. Griffin plays in Los Angeles. I felt duty-bound to watch the NBA’s top rookie play live and report back to you.
This is my report: