Blake Griffin (hand) underwent a second procedure this week on his broken right hand, according to ESPN's Ramona Shelburne.
The 76ers had discussions with the Clippers about Blake Griffin, according to Sam Amico of FOX Sports Ohio.
The Clippers reportedly discussed a Blake Griffin trade with the Nuggets according to Mitch Lawrence of Sirius XM Radio.
Owner Steve Ballmer said "there needs to be consequences" for Blake Griffin's incident last week.
Blake Griffin (hand) is still waiting to hear from the league about his punishment from the league.
The NBA's investigation of Blake Griffin (hand) is still ongoing.
According to Zach Lowe of ESPN, Blake Griffin (hand) could miss two months of action.
Blake Griffin took to Twitter to apologize to the Clippers' organization for the physical altercation that happen between him and a Clipper staffer, and resulted in a fractured hand for Blake.
Doc Rivers stated on Tuesday that he believes Blake Griffin's current 4-6 week timetable for his fractured right shooting hand is "unrealistic."
The Clippers confirmed that Blake Griffin suffered a spiral fracture of the fourth metacarpal in his right shooting hand, and after undergoing a procedure on Tuesday morning to correct the issue his timetable has been set at 4-6 weeks.
Blake Griffin (fractured right hand) has a broken hand and his initial timetable has been set at 4-6 weeks, according to sources of beat reporter Dan Woike.
ESPN is reporting that Blake Griffin (broken hand) hurt his hand punching a member of the team's equipment staff during an altercation that started in a Toronto restaurant.
Blake Griffin (broken hand) will likely be out for several weeks after suffering a suspected fracture in his right hand.
According to Marc Stein of ESPN, Blake Griffin may have suffered a broken hand in an undisclosed team-related incident.