VIDEO: Blake Griffin Learns Of Chris Paul Trade, Celebrates

If nothing else, the Los Angeles Clippers are going to be fun to watch. With Blake Griffin and Chris Paul -- the latter of which was acquired in a trade on Wednesday night -- we can probably expect plenty of lobs and plenty of dunks. A good time will be had by all.

Griffin seems a bit excited by the news. If you wanted to be a fly on the wall when Griffin learned Paul was heading to the Clippers, good news! Video of DeAndre Jordan informing him of the deal is after the jump.

We've learned a few things from this video. First, Blake Griffin is an excitable teen trapped in a grown man's body. That's Griffin off-camera screaming "Who wants a free Sharpie?" just before he learns of the trade. Griffin also seems to enjoy the flying chest bump, though Jordan won't reciprocate while on the phone. While Jordan is trying to get specifics, asking "Who'd we give up again?" Griffin simply turns around and yells "WE DON'T CARE," which was probably unrelated to the call, but still funny.

Oh, and "Lob City"? That's going on a shirt.

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