LOS ANGELES (AP) -Blake Griffin is about to add patience to his repertoire of basketball skills while his broken left kneecap heals. It's a vital quality for somebody trying to turn around the Los Angeles Clippers. The NBA's No. 1 overall draft pick will be out for up to six weeks with the stress fracture, likely delaying his debut until mid-December - and creating one more reason to believe there's a curse on this star-crossed franchise. "It's disappointing, especially when it happened, but I'm not going to feel sorry for myself,'' Griffin said Tuesday at the club's Playa Vista training complex. "Everybody plays with a certain amount of pain, but it is a fine line, because you do want to take care of your body and make it easier on yourself.'' Griffin watched the Clippers' 99-92 season-op ...
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