The next time he tries to dunk the ball, let's try to put him on his behind
— Andre Miller regarding Blake Griffin during halftime of the Clippers-Nuggets game, according to Al Harrington You know, it occurs to me that if Mark Cuban can be fined for criticizing the refs, Andre Miller could be fined for devising a strategy to intentionally foul, and potentially injure, another player. I mean, it's the NBA and we all know that this goes on. Back in the day of Bill Laimbeer and Rick Mahorn it was embraced by the league. But the NBA has tried to clean this up, and it seems to me that players openly talking about it -- and being celebrated for it -- is exactly the wrong message. What if Griffin had been hurt on that play? Is that what the league wants? For one of it's most popular players to be hurt because it's a good strategy for Denver to win a ball game?