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Kristian Winfield: Blake Griffin and Kemba Walker are sacrificing for the greater good

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NEW YORK — Blake Griffin didn’t see it coming. But it was for the good of the team, so it had to happen anyway. Sure, the signs were obvious: His jump shot wasn’t falling, while LaMarcus Aldridge’s was mechanical. For a Nets team short its star scoring guard Kyrie Irving (ineligible) and its sharpshooter Joe Harris (ankle), Aldridge’s firepower gave the offense an added dimension, while Griffin’s inconsistency became an eyesore. “L.A. has been playing unbelievable,” Griffin told reporters at practice on Monday. “So I totally get starting him … I totally get that.” Nets head coach Steve Nash …

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