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Clippers get ignored by Blake Griffin in win over Pistons

DETROIT - Blake Griffin lowered his head and walked off the court after his old Los Angeles Clippers team defeated his new Detroit Pistons team, 108-95, without saying a word to anyone from LA.

Griffin didn't shake any of his former teammates' hands before or after the Clippers ran away from the Pistons in the fourth quarter with a 31-15 outburst Friday night at

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