Blake Griffin: If developing young guys is the goal for this season, I’ll do whatever they ask of me

Blake Griffin likes his added role with the Detroit Pistons of being a mentor to younger players

Blake Griffin is ready to do what the Detroit Pistons will ask him, even if it is developing young players.
Griffin will make $36.8M this season and will be the eight most paid player in the NBA.

Per Fansided, According to James Edwards II, Griffin said:
“Trade talk doesn’t really bother me. I’ve been doing this for too long. I have a great relationship with the front office. When it came to trades, I didn’t spend a lot of time paying attention to.”

What Griffin does knows about the roster, he is excited about, according to Lauren L. Williams :
“It has been a lot of changes. But I think that I was sort of prepared for that. (It) sounded like that’s what was gonna happen,” said Griffin. “And I like the pieces that we got. I think we got a lot of guys who are, you know, most importantly, great guys, and also guys that compete and play hard.”

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