Inadvertent elbow leaves Blake Griffin shaking on court with concussion

Inadvertent elbow leaves Blake Griffin shaking on court with concussion

Blake Griffin can not catch a break sometimes, it seems.

Blake Griffin suffered a concussion in the first quarter of the Clippers-Warriors game after he caught an inadvertent elbow from Javale McGee. The Clippers later said he would not return.

Leading by 9 at halftime, the Warriors out-scored the Clippers 39-21 in the third quarter, expanding the lead to as many as 30 points.

Curry's all-around performance meant the reigning National Basketball Association champion Warriors hardly missed forward Kevin Durant, who was again sidelined with a right calf strain.

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Griffin was hurt in a frightening incident with less than 3 minutes left in the first quarter.

Griffin collapsed to the Staples Center floor and grabbed his head while shaking in pain.

He was able to walk off the court on his own, but he went straight to the locker room for further evaluation. Stephen Curry led the team with 29 points on 10 of 20 shooting, Klay Thompson drained six treys on his way to 28 points while Draymond Green finished with a triple-double of 17 points with 14 rebounds and 10 assists.

The Pacific Division has been absolutely bad this season, which is why the Clippers have been able to remain in second place with a multitude of injuries and a record of under.500.