In case you missed it, on Sunday night, Blake Griffinabsolutely wrecked Aron Baynes with massive dunks not once, nottwice, butTHRICE. To memorialize Aron Baynes, who is probably on his way back to his home planet right now, Sports Nation had Bone Thugs-N-Harmony on to  NBA Live Coins performthe only song that's appropriate when a basketball player gets destroyed this badly.Also, I'm not sure, but I think the Bone Thugs MAY have a biased rooting interest in the


NBA playoffs, everyone.(h/tDime Mag)SB Nation presents: Blake Griffin dunks all over the Spurs5-star point guard Derryck Thornton commits to Duke - Mike Krzyzewski has himself a new point guard. Weeks after losing Tyus Jones to the NBA, Dukereceived a commitment from five-star point guard Derryck Thornton on Tuesday. Thornton is currently set for the 2016 class but plans on reclassifying so he's eligible to Madden NFL 18 Coins play for the Blue Devils next season.


The 6'1, 165-pound Thornton is rated as theNo. 11 player in the class of 2016 by ESPN. The California native played at powerhouse Findley Prep last season and counted offers from Arizona, Kentucky and Louisville, just to name a few. Louisville was another school reportedly trying to convince Thornton to reclassify.Thornton's commitment fills Duke's biggest need coming into next season. Jones decided to turn pro after leading


Duke to the national championship and being named the Most Outstanding Player of the NCAA Tournament, leaving the Blue Devils with a big hole in the backcourt. Now, Thornton is likely the starter at the point.Jones joins a recruiting class that already includes a pair of McDonald's All-Americans in shooting guard Luke Kennard and center Chase Jeter. Duke is also still reportedly in the mix for five-star wing Brandon Ingram.


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