Blake Griffin is coming off a rookie season in which he garnered Rookie of the Year honors and a Slam Dunk contest victory after captivating NBA fans everywhere with one highlight after another. Now, the former OU standout has everyone wondering one thing.

What's next?

Unfortunately, no one knows when we'll get the answer to that question. But Griffin is staying busy this summer, preparing to keep us on the edge of our seats.

In an interview with The Oklahoman, Griffin talks about the NBA lockout, his summer workouts and his favorite moment from last season.

Q: How has this offseason been different from last year?

A: All of last year I was working out at our facility. I kind of got into a routine and felt like I got a lot of good work in. This summer, I've had to switch it up, but it's been good. I've gotten a variety of different workouts and been able to go against different guys.

Has it been a struggle to find a good place to workout?

Nah, I mean it's never really a struggle to find a place to workout. There's always a place. There's always guys. It's just about going and doing it. There's a lot of good 5-on-5 games in L.A., so I've been doing that a lot.