Blake Griffin said during a teleconference on Thursday that he feels "a world of difference" in his left knee.
Griffin underwent season-ending knee surgery back in January, and on Thursday he sounded optimistic about his recovery. In addition to the knee feeling stronger Griffin also said that he's feeling more explosive, and that's good news for a player who relies so much on athleticism. That being said we may want to take this with a grain of salt, as one month after saying that he was 100 percent Griffin said in June that he wasn't there yet. Yesterday 11:39 am (EST)
- Blake Griffin (left knee surgery) said he's not 100 percent yet but hopes to be "quickly."
- Blake Griffin, who underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left knee in January, said he has fully recovered.
- Griffin (knee) is expected to be fully recovered by June, allowing him to go through a normal workout routine over the offseason without worrying about injury rehab, Vincent Ellis of the Detroit Free Press reports. All Blake Griffin News
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