Video: Was Griffin's takedown of Ridnour too rough?

Luke Ridnour says he’s not mad at Clippers foward Blake Griffin after Griffin smashed into him during last night’s game at Target Center. Both players fell to the floor under the basket near the Wolves’ bench. Ridnour says the hit wasn’t intentional, even though Griffin was booed by the sellout crowd.
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