NBA Rumors: Blake Griffin Could Reunite With Lob City Partner

Blake Griffin is a former six-time NBA All-Star, most known for his high-flying highlight reel exploits with the Los Angeles Clippers' famed "Lob City" teams of a decade ago. 

In those days, Griffin was on the receiving end of lob passes from point guard Chris Paul on numerous occasions. Now that CP3 is with the Golden State Warriors, it sounds like there's a chance the Dubs might want to reunite the pair in The Bay Area.

The Warriors have one roster spot to fill, and while they've worked out a number of veteran free agents recently, the latest rumor has them interested in Griffin. 

Steve Kerr's big man rotation is currently Draymond Green, Kevon Looney and Dario Saric, with their second-round pick from this year's draft, Trayce Jackson-Davis, hoping to win a job at the end of the bench. Griffin, if he were to join the club, would most likely bump the rookie from any minutes. 

Even if he does re-join Paul, the two of them wouldn't likely be rehashing the Lob City days all too often. The 34-year-old Griffin has reinvented himself in recent years, going from the above-rim athletic finisher to a more all-around game, able to hit jumpers, make passes and play some defense on opposing bigs. 

Other teams with interest in signing the veteran free agent include two of his other previous NBA homes, the Clippers and Boston Celtics, along with the Philadelphia 76ers.