Even with NBA players locked out by the league, Los Angeles Clippers All-Star Blake Griffin isn't taking any days off.
Griffin hosted the opening day of his first annual basketball camp for kids in Oklahoma City on Tuesday, then squeezed in a private one-hour workout afterward with the hope of improving on his Rookie of the Year season.
Griffin says it's frustrating for him to think that the NBA games may be interrupted after his first season playing in the league. Griffin missed all of the 2009-10 season with a knee injury after he had been the No. 1 draft pick out of Oklahoma.
All Griffin can do now is continue working out and hope the NBA and its players can reach an agreement in time to save the season.