By Kristen Fazio @Kristen_Fazio on September 2, 2014
Blake Griffin has been a dominant force since he first began playing in the NBA. Griffin has already accomplished many impressive feats and is still just 25 years old. These are the five greatest accomplishments of Griffin's career so far.
Griffin has made the All-NBA Second Team in three consecutive seasons (2012-14). This past season he made the team along with Kevin Love, Stephen Curry, Dwight Howard and Tony Parker.
Griffin scored his career-high 47 points against the Indiana Pacers in 2011 on MLK Day. He also had 14 rebounds that game for his 27th consecutive double-double.
Griffin won the 2011 Slam Dunk Contest over JaVale McGee. To win the contest, Griffin jumped over a Kia Optima after catching a pass from teammate Baron Davis.
Griffin unanimously won the 2009 Rookie of the Year Award. He played in all 82 games and averaged 22.5 points, 12.1 rebounds and 3.8 assists.
Griffin has become a perennial All-Star and has been named to the All-Star team each of his four NBA seasons. He has been a starter in three out of four of his appearances.
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