5:01 AM EST, Fri November 27, 2015

Trail Blazers comeback thwarted in final seconds by Zach Randolph, Memphis Grizzles: Game rewind

The Blazers erased a nine-point lead in the final 3:24, taking a 100-99 lead on a three-pointer from Al-Farouq Aminu with 12.3 seconds left. But the Blazers furious rally came up short when Zach Randolph scored on a put back with 0.6 seconds left.
Memphis Grizzlies 101, Trail Blazers 100: Live chat recap

Memphis Grizzlies 101, Trail Blazers 100: Live chat recap

The Memphis Grizzlies topped the Portland Trail Blazers on a late basket by Zach Randolph 101-100 at FedExForum on Friday.
Blazersedge Nov 14, 2015

Blazers' Comeback Effort Not Enough To Defeat Grizzlies In Memphis

The Portland Trail Blazers roared back to take the lead over the Memphis Grizzlies in the final seconds, only to be deflated by a second chance bucket from Zach Randolph. The Portland Trail Blazers and the Memphis Grizzlies both entered this game with hopes of ending their respective losing streaks. Neither team was fully healthy. The Blazers were without Meyers Leonard, who suffered a dislocated shoulder on November 11, and the Grizzlies were without Jordan Adams (knee), Brandan Wright (knee), and Jarell Martin (foot). Although the Grizzlies were thinner in number, the onus of...

Grizzlies End Losing Streak, Defeat Portland Trailblazers 101-100

Mike Conley called tonight's game a "must win" for the Grizzlies, and Memphis pulled out a crucial win at home against Portland, who is now in the middle of a four game losing streak. Big Spain came up big throughout the game, and Zach Randolph saved the Grizzlies from a late Portland comeback. Memphis fans were in for a thriller tonight as the Grizzlies pulled off a 101-100 win against the Portland Trail Blazers, who made things interesting late in the game. Mario Chalmers won the hearts of many Grizz fans tonight as he had an impressive 11 points in his debut. The Grizzlies pulled away by...

The Grizzlies' Bench: Seeds of the Post-Zach Randolph Era

Many things are wrong for the Grizzlies, but I just can't stop watching their bench. I can't stop watching the Memphis Grizzlies' bench this year. There have been more pressing issues to worry about in the early season, but of all things, I keep coming back to the second unit. It's a completely different look from any other Grizzly look we've looked, one that potentially points to the new direction of the team once they move on from Zach Randolph. But first of all, we have to talk about why this new look is confined to the second group of guys, and why the Grizzlies haven't traded Randolph...

The Friday Three: Stopping by Memphis on a Stormy Evening, Do You Start Matt Barnes, Mario Chalmers Trade

This week's Friday Three talks a moment of appreciation, a season of lineup questions and the value of a Beno replacement. I remember it well. It came one late night after covering a Grizzlies' playoff game in 2014 against the Oklahoma City Thunder. It was after Game Six, a Memphis loss, a game that most among Grizz Nation had hoped would clinch a series win and end with a Beale Street party but was really the last game in Memphis that season. Zach Randolph was suspended for questionable reasons for Game Seven in Oklahoma City, and the rest is history. This night was a disappointment, to be...

Trail Blazers 115, Memphis Grizzlies 96: Live chat recap

The Blazers exploded in the third quarter and topped the Memphis Grizzlies, 115-96.
Blazersedge Nov 5, 2015

Portland Trail Blazers vs. Memphis Grizzlies Preview

The Trail Blazers host the Memphis Grizzlies tonight for the first time since their playoff matchup last spring. Mike Conley, Zach Randolph, Marc Gasol and the rest of the Grizzlies hope to pounce on the Blazers on the second night of a back-to-back. Memphis Grizzlies (3-2) at Portland Trail Blazers (3-2)Thursday, November 5Moda Center | 7:30 p.m. PST | Local TV/Radio: TNT; 620 AMPortland injury report: Meyers Leonard (Unclear), Cliff Alexander (Doubtful), Gerald Henderson (Out) | Memphis injury report: Marc Gasol (Questionable), Jarell Martin (Out)SBN Affiliate: Grizzly Bear Blues |...

Full Recap: Five Thoughts About the Win Over the Kings

Pondering over a much-need victory out west... The Memphis Grizzlies, and especially their fans, got a much needed win over the Boogie Cousins-less Kings on the second night of a back-to-back (we shan't mention the front end of the SEGABABA) in Sacramento 103-89 to improve to 3-2 on the season. Here are five thoughts from last night's game: Zach Randolph - I have to admit something: If things went south last night with Z-Bo and the Grizzlies, I was fully prepared to turn this very recap into a post explaining how the NBA may have passed the big, burly power forward over. But Zach didn't...

The Chip Williams Podcast with Jonah Jordan - Grizzlies Edition

Memphis Grizzlies, NBA, and Memphis Tigers talk. I've been promising for a long time that I would record a Grizzlies/basketball podcast, and I finally did it. Jonah Jordan of this very website and 247Sports joined me. We talked about literally every hot Grizzlies topic including the Mario Chalmers trade rumors, Jeff Green, Zach Randolph, the state of Dave Joerger as head coach of the Grizzlies and the young guys, Jordan Adams and Russ Smith. We laid out what it might look like if the Grizzlies did pull the trigger on Mario Chalmers deal including how he fits and what a trade might look...

50 reasons the Grizzlies lost by 50

The Warriors beat the Grizzlies by 50 last night, and I can think of 50 reasons why. 1. The Warriors are very, very good. 2. — Ronald Tillery (@CAGrizBeat) November 3, 2015 3. The Grizzlies, at this moment in the space-time continuum, do not appear to be very, very good. 4. Steph Curry is our Lord and Savior. 5. Matt Barnes proved incapable of blocking all Warriors shots. 6. Zach Randolph might be as old as his number suggests. 7. Being as old as Randolph's number suggests and losing by that same integer are both bad in their own ways. 8. Andrew Bogut was hurt, which afforded Festus...

Zach Randolph bails Grizzlies out with sweet jumper

Randolph delivered many treats tonight in the Grizzlies' win. After a hustle play by the Grizzlies to grab the offensive rebound and gain a fresh shot clock, Zach Randolph buried the corner jumper in the second half. His shot put Memphis up by eleven. On the night, he had 15 points with 13 rebounds and appeared to be in a good rhythm. Check out Randolph's smooth jumper that beat the shot clock:

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  • Mike Conley

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