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Boston Herald Oct 18, 2014
The Celtics alleviated one problem by trading center Joel Anthony to Detroit for point guard Will Bynum yesterday.Anthony, esssentially the third center on their depth chart — without counting the convalescing Vitor Faverani — had not played much of a role this fall in coach Brad Stevens’ schemes.But by adding Bynum, a one-time Celtics camper and former high school teammate of Tony Allen, the Celtics have further complicated another log jam — the one at point guard.
Beyond The Arc | Memphis Flyer Oct 12, 2014
Last night was the first home preseason game for the Grizzlies, and their third game in four nights, but it felt like a “real” game (or, well, if about 6,000 more people had been there). The Grizzlies’ starters (Conley, Pondexter, Prince, Randolph, and Gasol, presumably because Tony Allen was out to rest up and Courtney Lee was out with a “personal matter”) played a lot of minutes, and mostly looked good doing it.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
Straight Outta Vancouver Oct 2, 2014
The Memphis Grizzlies finished Day Three with a heated scrimmage that needed extra time to be decided. Thursday's practice at UC San Diego ended with a scrimmage that left everybody wanting more...even the guys out on the floor. The most vocal guy in this heated contest was undoubtedly Tony Allen. After one whistle, he went over to Dave Joerger to ask him who set a screen that blind-sided him moments earlier. Coach responded with "Z-Bo", which prompted a "Hey, let me hear it, Zach!" from the veteran swingman. Defensive accountability at its best. It didn't stop there, though. After...
Rotoworld Sep 30, 2014
When asked about the Grizzlies' glut of SGs and SFs this season, Tony Allen replied, We've got a big bowl of gumbo there.
Straight Outta Vancouver Sep 29, 2014
It's almost October, and that means that it's almost time for Grizzlies basketball. But before we move into a new season, I want to count down the top 10 best things about going to a Grizzlies game. The growl towels? The chills that go down your spine at the sight of thousands of fellow fans? Tony Allen flexing to the adoring audience? Whatever the case, we all miss Grizzlies basketball for our own reasons. In preparation for the season, I wanted to count down my top 10 sights, sounds, and smells at a Grizzlies game. There's a good reason that the ESPN Ultimate Standings ranked the...