Blake is the heart of Detroit Piston’s was setting records in his career with 24.5 pints in each game and 5.4 for his team in each game. The 6-time all-rounder is on board with Detroit after transferring from Los Angeles Clippers in early 2018.
But sadly Blake was absent for his 2 games in the start as he was suffering from a hamstring injury. He stated: “I feel great, but I have to trust our training stuff. I’m champing at the bit. I’ll be back soon.”
During the Forbes Under 30 Submit he spoke saying that other than his profession he is also planning to extend his other side of his life. Blake who has been enjoying his other dimension as a comedian had welcomed Chainsmokers, Normani and 21 Savage at the event.
He owns a production house in the name of Mortal Media along with ex NBA star Ryan Kalil. Both of them have sold their comedy series to NBC and Sci-fi movie to Paramount for a good sum.Besides they have also acquired the right to “remake The Rocketeer and White Men Can’t Jump,” movie.
Griffin went on to say that he loved to do fun loving ads rather than professional ads. He says “I hated the generic athlete commercial,” he says. Griffin slowly started to exert more creative control over his work and says, “Once I got a taste of it, I realized I wanted to do more.”
He also added saying: “The thing I love about comedy is that it is terrifying to go on stage and even more terrifying to be expected to make people laugh,” he says. “Comedy is about preparation. The same thing is with basketball.”
Blake has always been looking up to his idols Lebron James, Kevin Durant and Serena Williams who has etched great heights in athletics.
Earlier in 2018, he spoke to Forbes that he wishes to expand his firm into films, television and digital platforms. He is the 31st richest with a sum of $39 million according to the magazine along with his commercial earning with Jordan Brand, Red Bull and Panini which stands $7 million.
He also shared his view on the recent issue of Hong Kong and stated he will never support such things.