Blake Griffin Out After Breaking Hand in Fight
The lesson: Keep your hands to yourself. The Clippers power forward will miss four to six weeks due to a spiral fracture, allegedly sustained while punching the team’s assistant equipment manager, Matias Testi. Griffin apologized via Twitter to “the Clippers organization, [his] teammates and the fans,” while the team released a statement saying the incident had “no place” in the organization and promising a full investigation. Adding insult to injury, Los Angeles has thrived in Griffin’s absence, going 12-3 while he was recovering from a previous quadriceps issue.