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Monday, 18 February 2013

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A photo of the basketball that L.A. Clippers player Blake Griffin gave to Justin Bieber.

VENICE BEACH - Justin Bieber was recently seen shopping for a Blake Griffin, Los Angeles Clippers Jersey at Seashell Sal's Sporting Stuff Shop.

Bieber has been a fan of the 6-foot-10-inch NBA player ever since he heard him mention on The View that his favorite song is "One Less Lonely Girl."

Justin and Blake actually met for breakfast during the NBA All-Star Game Week festivities at The Giggling Guacamole Restaurant in downtown Houston where Justin had one bacon and broccoli taco and Blake had nine bacon and egg tacos.

Afterwards the two drove over to The Toyota Center where Blake showed Justin how to take a charge and Justin showed Blake how to hit the upper notes register in order to sound like Miley Cyrus.

Bieber confided to Griffin that he is still very upset at getting dumped by his girlfriend Selena Gomez.

Griffin told him that it was his own fault because he should have spent more time playing with her than playing with his expensive cars, which only got him in a whole world of trouble.

The Clippers star told him that just because the car salesman tells you that the vehicle can hit 125 miles per hour doesn't mean that you have to drive it at 125 miles per hour.

Blake then mentioned that pot smoking incident. He said that he really needs to leave that to seasoned veterans like Willie Nelson, The Rolling Stones, and Whoopi Goldberg.

Justin promised his new role model that he is going to try his very best to get out of the fast lane before he loses anymore fans, concert dates, and self-respect.

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