Health has been a constant when talking about Blake Griffin in recent years. Even this season Griffin missed the first 10 games of the Detroit Pistons season due to a sore left hamstring and left knee soreness.
Recently he missed the last Pistons game against the Los Angeles Lakers because of his knee. According to Chris Haynes from Yahoo Sports, Griffin will stay in Los Angeles and will visit a specialist and is considering season-ending surgery on his left knee.
— Chris Haynes (@ChrisBHaynes) January 6, 2020
Earlier in the offseason, he underwent surgery on the same knee that’s bothering right now. So far in this season, Griffin has only played in 18 games from 37 games that the team has played so far. Right now, the Pistons have a 13-24 record that puts them in the 11th seed of the Eastern Conference.
In the short amount of games Griffin has played, the team is 8-10 and he has averaged a career-low in points (15.5) and rebounds (4.7) to go with 3.3 assists in 28.4 minutes per game.