Game 2 against the Grizzlies, a week ago today, told an all too familiar story on the role of Blake Griffin. In the first half, Griffin scored 15 points on 11 shots and dished three assists. The second half? Six points on seven shots and only one assist. This game wasn’t an outlier either. The first graph outlines Griffin’s most important statistics between first and second half. The following chart shows his first and second half post touches since March 1st. For reference: most post-up style players have a slight drop off in post numbers, but never one of this magnitude. Some (Al Jefferson stands out) are even used more in the second half. Considering the pressure Griffin puts on a defense when in the post, shouldn’t this be the case with him?