4:00 PM EST, Sun February 14, 2016

Mario Chalmers Drains Three From Way Downtown To End 3rd Quarter

Mario for threeeee! The Grizz were down three with just a few seconds left in the third quarter, but Mario Chalmers drained this three from wayyyy downtown to tie up the game going into the fourth. On the night, he has 12 points off the bench so far.

Mario Chalmers With The Sweet Move And Score!

Chalmers makes it look so easy. Mario Chalmers has been a solid addition to the Grizzlies, and he's already scored 7 points off the bench tonight. Here, Chalmers took it straight to the rim and showed off his ball handling skills with this sweet spin move:
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Grizzlies 103, Bucks 83: Next Day Haiku

Last night, the Grizzlies beat the Milwaukee Bucks at FedExForum, and it was not a close game. The first half was mostly just ugly, with neither team shooting particularly well, but in the second half, the Grizzlies came out and started moving the ball—helped by some good lineup decisions, which I don't often praise Dave Joerger for making—and showed flashes of really good offense with a two point guard lineup (which is a lot more fun with Mike Conley and Mario Chalmers than it was with Conley and Nick Calathes or Beno Udrih). Bottom line is this: the Bucks...

Growing a Grizzly: How Mario Chalmers Has Won Memphis Over

Part II of the Friday Three takes a closer look at Mario Chalmers' ability to win over a city that was not very fond of him as of three months ago. It wasn't too long ago that the name "Mario Chalmers" brought about all the wrong kind of emotions from Memphians. He hit "the shot". It was HIS fault (not really, but still) that the beloved Memphis Tigers did not win a national championship. He was a LeBron James crony in Miami with the Heat, and he was LeBron and the Heat's whipping boy more often than not when things did not go well. Poor Mario Chalmers... "Wait, no, screw him, he played...

Opportunity Knocks for Mario Chalmers

With all the free agent wings on the roster, and the attention that Jeff Green and Marc Gasol's struggles have garnered, it is easy to overlook Memphis' most recent trade acquisition. In his recent opportunities as a starter, Mario Chalmers has overachieved and underwhelmed at the same time...and his future is quite up in the air. Part I of this week's Friday Three takes a look at "Super Mario's" struggles. It is only natural to blame a player like Jeff Green for the recent problems that the Memphis Grizzlies have faced. His effort has been questioned, his defense has been bad at best,...

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