Blake Griffin has come up with his first big idea since taking a summer internship with actor Will Ferrell.
The most popular athlete on YouTube is working for free at Ferrell's website, Funny or Die. Griffin has been involved in some of the writing and the behind the scenes work on the site. Over the weekend he delivered his concept for a new program to his 479,602 followers on Twitter.
Griffin's celebrity rose after a serious of inhuman, ferocious, barbaric, voracious dunks with the Los Angeles Clippers.
The Blake Show won the NBA Slam Dunk title and was named the 2011 NBA Rookie of the Year. Griffin averaged 22.5 ppg and 12.1 rebounds in his first professional season.
Of course going through someone's search queries might not exactly go over well with privacy experts, but let's go with it for the sake of argument (and fun).
Think of the searches on Heat star LeBron James' computer ...
How about Patriots receiver Chad Ochocinco's searches?
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