Los Angeles Clippers power forward Blake Griffin returned to action on Tuesday night after missing 18 games following routine arthroscopic surgery on his right knee on Dec. 20.
Griffin, whose playing time was restricted by the coaches at the advisement of the Clippers’ training staff in the team’s 121-110 loss to the 76ers, logged 29 minutes as he assumed his spot in the starting lineup. He scored 12 points on 3-for-11 shooting from the field and 6-for-10 from the free throw line. He also collected 11 rebounds, made five assists and turned the ball over six times. “I was sloppy, rusty,” Griffin said. “I felt like I had some really stupid turnovers. I probably would’ve liked to attack more, especially late in the shot clock. A couple times I settled for jumpers. But, I felt fine.”
Source: Kevin Arnovitz of ESPN
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