Sorry, "SportsCenter," Blake Griffin may not be providing you with many highlight reels during the preseason.
Your 6-foot-10 dunking machine is taking it easy, by his standards -- choosing his spots, if you will.
Griffin had a few opportunities in Wednesday's 96-94 exhibition win over the Utah Jazz to deliver some of his signature earth-shattering jams -- but he wisely used some restraint.
"It's not necessarily that I've stopped trying to dunk but I think it's just a matter of knowing this is preseason," Griffin said.
Griffin has not always demonstrated that type of self control.
"My rookie year, first preseason, I definitely would have tried to bring the house down," he said.
As he learned, that mentality can be dangerous.
Griffin suffered a season-ending stress fracture in his left knee during his landing following a dunk in the Clippers' final preseason game his rookie year.