(n.) An emblem of Blake Griffin's silhouette, shone into the night sky, alerting Blake Griffin that his team is in trouble and needs him to save the game.
(n.) alternate: A silhouetted emblem of the number 32, shone into the night sky, alerting Blake Griffin that his team is in trouble and needs him to save the game.
With only 45 seconds left in the 4th quarter, and the Clippers down by 8, the mayor of Los Angeles finally had no choice but to flash the Blake Signal.

Blake Griffin was carted off on a stretcher in the 1st quarter, but just after halftime, Staples Center erupted with cheers as the Blake Signal was flashed, and Griffin came jogging through the tunnel and back onto the court.
by Nynbern Follower March 24, 2012

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