Los Angeles – Several media outlets reported that Jannah Blake Griffin reached an agreement with Brooklyn Nets, the most prominent candidate for the title of champion of the NBA, to join its ranks.
ESPN confirmed, according to Griffin’s agent Sam Goldfedder, that the latter, who had terminated his contract with the Detroit Pistons, had “reached an agreement with Nets to defend his colors until the end of the season.”
Griffin, 32, who has not played since February 12, has received the attention of top clubs in the league, but he chose to join the Brooklyn Nets and thus play alongside trio Kevin Durant, Kerry Irving and James Harden.
Griffin, who was selected for the All-Star Game six times, joined the Detroit Pistons in 2017 from the Los Angeles Clippers, and averaged 24.5 points and 5.4 assists per game in his second season with him, but he suffered a series of injuries and only played 18 games. Only in the third season.
After getting rid of his physical problems this season, he played 20 games at a rate of 12.3 points and 5.2 rebounds per one.
It is noteworthy that Griffin was the first choice for Clippers in the Draft in 2009, but he did not play with him in his first season due to injury, before he started his career with him in the 2010-2011 season without succeeding together in skipping the semi-finals of the Eastern Province. He has played 642 league matches so far, with an average of 21.4 points and 8.7 rebounds. (AFP)