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FOX Sports Jan 15, 2017
Grizzlies finally giving Troy Daniels an expanded role

Grizzlies finally giving Troy Daniels an expanded role

Finally, after weeks of dominance, Troy Daniels is set to be rewarded with much more playing time.The Grizzlies have spent years playing the same style of basketball. "Grit 'n Grind" defense and relianceon big men Marc Gasol and Zach Randolph on offense. The only issue in recent yea...
Report card: Memphis at Houston

Report card: Memphis at Houston

Tony Allen and the bench led another Grizzlies' comeback The Grizzlies escaped with the win from Houston after yet another double-digit comeback in the second half. Memphis was down by as many as 16 points and still found a way to rally from behind and get the victory. After giving up 64 points in the first half, the Grizzlies improved their defense and relied on their bench. Houston scored only 41 points in the second half and the Memphis bench, led by Troy Daniels, Zach Randolph, and James Ennis, outplayed the Rockets like the last time these two teams met. With the win, Memphis showed...
Rotoworld Jan 11, 2017

Zach Randolph scores 14 points against OKC - Zach Randolph (F/C) Memphis Grizzlies

Zach Randolph scored 14 points with nine rebounds, one assist and four turnovers in 27 minutes against the Thunder on Wednesday.
Beyond the Arc Podcast #64: Not Memphis Enough

Beyond the Arc Podcast #64: Not Memphis Enough

This week on the show, Kevin and Phil talk about: The Warriors game! In which the Grizzlies pulled off a miraculous comeback against the Golden State Warriors at Oracle Arena. Are the Warriors in trouble, or did the Grizzlies just catch them on a bad night? How much better is the Grizzlies' bench? The controversy over bringing Z-Bo off the bench. Why is Chandler Parsons not "Memphis" enough? How much of a healthy Parsons will the Grizzlies see this year? 75%? 85%? Which Grizzlies should be All Stars? Mark Jackson called out the way ESPN promotes...
Grizzlies hold off Jazz, Warriors rebound from loss

Grizzlies hold off Jazz, Warriors rebound from loss

Guard Mike Conley finished with 19 points and nine assists as the Memphis Grizzlies managed to hold off a fourth quarter rally from the Utah Jazz for an 88-79 NBA win Sunday. Forward Zach Randolph came off the Grizzlies' bench in front of a crowd of 16,100 at the FedExForum to post a double-double with 13 points and 11 rebounds. "I was really happy with the effort," Grizzlies coach David Fizdale said.
NumberFire Jan 7, 2017

Zach Randolph leads Grizzlies in comeback win

Memphis Grizzlies forward/center Zach Randolph went off for 27 points in Friday's 128-119 overtime win over the Golden State Warriors. What It Means: The Grizzlies were down 24 points at one point in the game and went on to outscore Golden State 49-21 in the third quarter. Randolph went 12-of-17 from the field with 11 rebounds, six assists and one triple in 35 minutes. Randolph is averaging 13.7 points, 7.7 rebounds and 1.8 assists over 23.0 minutes per game. He has a .465 effective field goal percentage and his nERD of 0.2 ranks 136th in the league. Source:...
FOX Sports Jan 7, 2017
Kevin Durant demanded ball, settled for bad shot

Kevin Durant demanded ball, settled for bad shot

Kevin Durant demanded the ball from Stephen Curry with less than a minute left, isolated on Zach Randolph, and settled for a horrible three.The Golden State Warriors let a 24 point get away from them and they fell to the Memphis Grizzlies. The Dubs had several opportunities to put the Grizz away a...
NumberFire Jan 6, 2017

JaMychal Green (face) expected to play for Grizzlies against Golden State

Memphis Grizzlies power forward JaMychal Green (face) is now expected to play on Friday versus the Golden State Warriors. What It Means: Green was originally listed as out, so this comes as a bit of a surprise. Zach Randolph and James Ennis will see their value take a hit and Jarell Martin will return to the bench. Green is averaging 9.2 points, 7.6 rebounds, 1.3 assists in 29.6 minutes per game this season. He is tied for 68th in the NBA with a 1.5 nERD. Source: Rotoworld.com
NumberFire Jan 6, 2017

JaMychal Green not ready to play as Grizzlies take on Warriors

Memphis Grizzlies forward JaMychal Green (face) is listed as out for Friday's game versus the Golden State Warriors. What It Means: Green has a fracture near his right eye and is not ready to suit up. The Grizzlies employed a committee at power forward on Wednesday when Green was out, with guys like James Ennis and even Vince Carter getting playing time at the four. Zach Randolph seems to have the highest upside when Green is out, but it's an unpredictable situation. Our models expect Randolph to post 13.2 points, 7.1 rebounds and 1.6 assists over 22.8 minutes on Friday...
NumberFire Jan 4, 2017

JaMychal Green (face) not playing as Grizzlies take on Clippers

Memphis Grizzlies power forward JaMychal Green (face) will not play Wednesday against the Los Angeles Clippers. What It Means: Green suffered a fracture near his right eye on Tuesday night, but X-rays came back negative, so he's day-to-day. Zach Randolph is going to see a boost in the meantime. Randolph is projected to score 24.9 points on FanDuel and will cost $5,800. We have him pegged for 13.2 points and 7.3 rebounds in 23.5 minutes, but that doesn't account for Green's absence. Source: Rotoworld.com
Trade Value: Tony Allen or Zach Randolph?

Trade Value: Tony Allen or Zach Randolph?

A recent GBB piece about Grizzlies trade values led to a big question: Whose trade value is higher, TA or Z-Bo? Earlier in the week, Grizzly Bear Blues’ Site Manager Joe Mullinax ran a two-part piece ranking everyone on the Grizzlies in order of trade value. It’s a great piece (and you can check it out here and here), and there’s some excellent stuff in there. One of the most intriguing parts of that article? Rankings number four and five, which put Tony Allen just ahead of Zach Randolph in terms of trade value. That ranking got me and Austin Reynolds, of both GBB and BattleBlogs...
Report Card: Memphis Grizzlies vs Oklahoma City Thunder

Report Card: Memphis Grizzlies vs Oklahoma City Thunder

A+ defense gives the Grizzlies the win The Grizzlies, despite Russell Westbrook’s effort and ejection, won the game against the Thunder 114-80. After the ejection, Enes Kanter and Steven Adams tried to lead the Thunder past the Grizzlies. However, it was Troy Daniels, Zach Randolph and Marc Gasol in the 2nd half took over the game offensively and defensively. Nelson Chenault-USA TODAY Sports Here are tonight’s grades for the Grizzlies: Marc Gasol: B+ Gasol’s 9-20 shooting wasn’t good, along with the missed threes. However, his defense was one of the keys to the...

NBA-Highlights from Thursday's NBA games

Highlights from National Basketball Association games on Thursday: Grizzlies 114, Thunder 80 Marc Gasol scored 25 points, Troy Daniels had 22 and Zach Randolph added 21 to lead the Memphis Grizzlies to a 114-80 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder, who lost Russell Westbrook in the third quarter to an ejection. Westbrook was kicked out of the game with 6:41 remaining in the third quarter after arguing with officials and receiving his second technical foul. The Grizzlies led 61-45 when he departed.
Magic put together all-around performance to blitz the Grizzlies at home

Magic put together all-around performance to blitz the Grizzlies at home

The blowout win is the second in a row for Orlando With the Memphis Grizzlies healthier than the last time they played the Magic, with all three of Mike Conley, Zach Randolph, and Vince Carter playing, along with Evan Fournier’s continued absence, there was a lot of reason to imagine this could be a tough one for the Magic. Instead, Orlando dominated right from tip-off, maintaining a massive lead all the way until garbage time and taking the 112-102 win at home. Aaron Gordon put on a show, scoring 30 points, including 15 in the third quarter, while Bismack Biyombo had a 10-12...
FOX Sports Dec 23, 2016
Conley scores 24 points, Grizzlies beat Rockets 115-109

Conley scores 24 points, Grizzlies beat Rockets 115-109

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) Mike Conley scored 24 points and Zach Randolph added 16 to help the Memphis Grizzlies beat the Houston Rockets 115-109 on Friday night.

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