Blake Griffin recently had a head injury in a head-to-head game against Golden State Warriors on January 6, and it was quite serious. In fact, the 28-year-old professional basketball player was forced to miss time as a result. With that, there are swirling assumptions that Kendall Jenner is bad luck to the NBA star and he is suffering the Kardashian curse.

The L.A. Clippers star had a concussion after being accidentally elbowed by JaVale McGee in the forehead. In a report made by Hollywood Life, a source revealed that he and his "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" girlfriend are now afraid of what would be the effect of this on his NBA career.

Blake Griffin, Kendall Jenner overcoming his concussion

“Blake was very scared with the concussion," an insider told Hollywood Life. Blake Griffin did not expect to be injured once again as he seemed to be injury prone these past few games. Hence, his latest accident can pile up to be another bad look at his career trajectory.

On the other hand, Kendall Jenner “was and is” very concerned about her boyfriend as she doesn’t want to see him like this. So, the couple is seriously monitoring his condition. Although the 22-year-old star wants to stay by her man’s side all the while, she also knows that he has to do it on his own.

“He has to go through his own thing to get better because it is his future and his career,” the source continued to say.

But, no matter what they are going through, they are determined to get through it the best way that they can.

His return to the L.A. Clippers

To recall, the moment JaVale McGee struck Blake Griffin in the forehead, Kendall Jenner’s boyfriend fell to the ground, his right hand shaking, and he was in so much pain. In fact, it was a scary scene since he stayed on the floor for a number of minutes before he was finally able to get back on his feet and went to the locker room.

He was then checked by the doctors.

"When you see Blake's hand (tremble), you knew it was bad," Clippers coach Doc Rivers told Los Angeles Times. So, he perfectly knew that what happened to him was a concussion, although he was not sure if he lost consciousness.

Blake Griffin had to be put NBA’s concussion protocol before he made his return.

Fortunately, after missing two games, he is all clear and made his triumphant comeback to play again for the LA Clippers against Sacramento Kings on Thursday (Jan. 11). He returned with Milos Teodosic, who also had an injury, suffering from plantar fasciitis in his left foot.