8. Blake Griffin
From a potentially career-ending injury, to Rookie of the year, to All- Star starter—all in just his second season—Griffin, it seems, can’t be stopped. Now, after dragging the Los Angeles Clippers out of the NBA’s basement (and supplying ESPN with enough dunk highlights for a feature film), he’s ready to join one of the best American teams ever assembled.
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