Love battles Griffin in Jenga rematch

Earlier in the summer, Blake Griffin battled Timberwolves' forward Kevin Love in a game of Jenga. Now their is a commercial featuring the two NBA All-Stars in a creative Jenga rematch.
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Earlier in the summer, Blake Griffin battled Timberwolves' forward Kevin Love in a game of Jenga. Now their is a commercial featuring the two NBA All-Stars in a creative Jenga rematch.

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