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Blake Griffin Looking To Legitimize His Children With Brynn Cameron

(Los Angeles, CA) – It looks like Brynn Cameron and Blake Griffin have officially called it quits. Once believed to be engaged, rumors have been circulating that the two parted way back in September. Griffin reportedly has been seeing Kendall Jenner since July.

But the NBA baller’s recent steps to establish paternity of this little boy and little girl is the most significant sign that the relationship is all the way done. Cameron was living with Blake but allegedly moved out when his relationship with Jenner was publicized.

DHUxe-DVYAAdoxeAccording to our sources, Griffin recently filed paperwork to legally establish paternity of Finley and Ford, the kids he has with ex-fiancée Brynn Cameron. Filing for paternity is the first step in getting a court ordered custody and child support agreement, and Griffin filed the documents shortly after he began dating Kendall Jenner.

We’re told Cameron actually fired off her own documents filed by powerhouse attorney Samantha Spector in response to Griffin, again seeking joint custody, but also asking the judge to establish child support based on Griffin’s annual salary.blake_griffin_net_worthChild support is established based upon income, and Griffin recently signed a $173 million deal with the Los Angeles Clippers, so there’s a good chance she’ll get a giant monthly payment.  There’s also a good chance Griffin will argue the amount.

Brynn earned a few headlines after having kids with Blake because she also has a baby with former NFL player Matt Reinhart. To be fair, the two dated while student athletes at USC where they had their son.

There’s speculation that Brynn believes Blake walked out on his family for a Hollywood relationship and she wants to ensure that her family will be taken care of.

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Hawks vs Clippers: Post Game With Chris Paul

 

(SL) – The Clippers relied on defense Wednesday night against the Hawks and it proved to make all the difference especially in the final seconds of the game where Atlanta had two good looks to tie it up and couldn’t cash in. Good defense and stopping the drive down the stretch kept L.A. in front of Atlanta and on the plus side of the W column. Post game with Chris Paul on what was working and the differences between the last few games for the Clippers.