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Blake Griffin says he’s ‘good to go’ whenever basketball resumes

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Unfortunately, there is no guarantee there will be anymore regular season games

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Blake Griffin has pronounced himself healthy, recovered and good to go following a knee injury that has kept him out of game action since Dec. 28, which was approximately 45 years ago.

“I feel great. I’ve basically been cleared for a while now, I just have been stuck in my house. I’m ready to go whenever things pick back up,” Griffin told Sage Steele as part of The Encore.

Griffin sat down with Steele and later DJ Khaled as part of a Jordan Brand web series The Encore.

In the long chat, Griffin touched on his connection to Jordan, The Last Dance and talked about his love of comedy.

Griffin was hampered all season by a knee issue and eventually had surgery on the troublesome knee in January.

That move ended the Pistons season, though they were already nine games under .500 the last time Griffin suited up — a 27-point defeat at the hands of the Spurs.

Griffin averaged career lows in points (15.5) and rebounds (4.7) during the injury-plagued season. Unfortunately for Griffin, it’s looking more unlikely that the Pistons will suit up again this season. While the league is committed to finishing the year out it might just consist of the playoffs which the Pistons are nowhere near to being included in.