I've already talked about this in the past. Seeing other rookies shine other than Blake Griffin is worry-some. Today as we witness a great rookie in Milwaukee as he score 55, breaking the team's all-time scoring record for a rookie, it isn't hard to worry about how Blake Griffin will perform when he comes back and whether Brandon Jennings has already stolen the title away from Blake.
"Jennings scored 29 points in the third quarter alone, the most points ever scored by one player in a quarter against the Warriors. He tied Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's Bucks-high and came two points shy of Michael Redd's franchise-record 57. The Warriors defense is obviously porous, but Jennings' shot was falling all over and every GM who passed over him on draft day must be shaking their heads after this historic gem."
We all know Blake still hasn't played a minute yet. But can Griffin overcome these challenges?
Is it too late for Blake to catch up? Is it still even possible for Blake to be named Rookie of the year?