By Scooby Axson
October 03, 2013

Expect to see a lot less of "Lob City" according to Los Angeles Clippers star Blake Griffin. (Harry How/Getty Images) Blake Griffin expects the Clippers to have a different look under new coach Doc Rivers. (Harry How/Getty Images)

Los Angeles Clippers fans could be seeing less and less of "Lob City" this season.

Clippers forward Blake Griffin says the team will have a totally different look under the direction of new head coach Doc Rivers and will opt for less of the spectacular alley-oop dunks that the team was known for throughout the past two seasons.

"Lob City doesn't exist anymore. Lob City is done," Griffin told ESPN. "We're moving on and we're going to find our identity during training camp, and that will be our new city. No more Lob City."

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Griffin, who averaged 18 points and 8.3 rebounds last season, said he is working on his jump shot from out to 15 feet.

"Our offense is going to have a totally different look this year,"  Griffin said "Our offense is going to have a lot of movement and floor spacing. I'm looking forward to it."

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