Since the end of Brooklyn’s season, free agent Blake Griffin has dropped hints that he will not be returning to the Nets. Griffin saw his role diminish in his second year with the club, and he didn’t see much action in Brooklyn’s lone playoff series. While his athleticism has diminished, Griffin can still be a strong bench option. With teams that are capped out looking to fill their roster, Griffin could be a low-cost option. Perhaps a return to Los Angeles is in the cards for the former Clipper. This time, Griffin joins up with LeBron James, Anthony Davis and Russell Westbrook — and signs with the Lakers.
Prediction: Griffin signs a one-year, minimum deal with the Los Angeles Lakers
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