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Memphis Grizzlies Rumors & News
Straight Outta Vancouver 13 hours ago
Emotions ride high with the Energy. Last night when the Iowa Energy played the Rio Grande Valley Vipers, the crowd got more spectating than just the basketball game they came to see. During a timeout in the 3rd quarter, something sparked an altercation between the two. It appears multiple blows were delivered and Kalin Lucas was said to have been bloodied up pretty badly. There isn't any great footage of the incident (D-League on that beer budget), but this video gives the closest view I've seen, although I think this occurs after the initial breakout of the melee that included punches...
Beyond The Arc | Memphis Flyer 18 hours ago
I’m sure Dallas is glad to have Tyson Chandler back. Letting him walk immediately aftr the Mavs won the title in 2011 was something that Mavs owner Mark Cuban clearly regretted, and he’s a good player still who helps them win games.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
Beyond The Arc | Memphis Flyer Jan 27, 2015
Last night the Grizzlies took down the Orlando Magic 103–94 in a game that felt like a blowout but wasn’t, one of the Grizzlies’ many patented “Hey isn’t this a bad team let’s just get a double-digit lead and hang on to it” performances against lesser opponents this season. After a back-and-forth first quarter—the Magic aren’t a good team this year, but they are young and improving, with Victor Oladipo, Nikola Vucevic, and Elfrid Payton all rapidly learning the ropes—and a masterful performance by Zach Randolph to open the game, the Griz went on a bench-led run...
Beyond The Arc | Memphis Flyer Jan 26, 2015
For the second straight game, Dave Joerger tried something new on Saturday night against the Philadelphia 76ers. Against Toronto, the starting lineup had been Mike Conley, Tony Allen, newly-acquired Jeff Green, Zach Randolph, and Marc Gasol, moving Courtney Lee to the bench, hypothetically as a shooting/scoring 6th man. Despite the fact that the Grizzlies won that game, it didn’t really work out too well, with the starters struggling to score against a Raptors defense that packed the paint and with Lee never really getting going, attempting only three shots in 30 minutes of...
Beyond The Arc | Memphis Flyer Jan 23, 2015
If you haven’t heard the news yet—which is probably only possible if you didn’t look at the internet, Twitter, or the TV news last night—Marc Gasol has been named a starter for the Western Conference team in the upcoming NBA All-Star game. … [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
Beyond The Arc | Memphis Flyer Jan 22, 2015
Last night, the Grizzlies beat the Toronto Raptors 92–86 in one of the ugliest games we’ve seen out of the Grizzlies at least since the Charlotte Hornets last came to town. Everything was out of sync on both ends: offense, defense, shooting, rotations, rebounding, everything–but somehow the Griz were able to pull together a big fourth quarter (mostly on the backs of Zach Randolph and Marc Gasol) and close out the Raptors in a sweet revenge game for the last time these two played, when the Grizzlies were missing five rotation players to a stomach virus that ravaged the whole...
Beyond The Arc | Memphis Flyer Jan 20, 2015
Yesterday afternoon’s game did not go the way the Grizzlies wanted it to, but it could’ve been worse. At several points, the Griz had the ability to let it get away from them and coast to a blowout loss, but they never did, always reeling the Mavs back in from a 10- or 12-point lead.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
Rip City Project Jan 18, 2015
The Portland Trail Blazers rolled into Memphis looking to snap a 2-game losing streak. Instead, they fell behind double-digits early, by 18 at the half, and by as many as 20 in a soul-draining struggle as the Grizzlies hardly missed a shot. However, in true Trail Blazers fashion, they turned the screws in the third […] Trail Blazers comeback falls short, Grizzlies win 102-98 - Rip City Project - Rip City Project - A Portland Trailblazers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
The Blazers play the second game of a challenging back-to-back Saturday night in Memphis.
The Blazers conclude a challenging road back-to-back Saturday night when they visit the Memphis Grizzlies.
Orlando Sentinel Jan 16, 2015
Aaron Gordon has waited two months to play in a basketball game.
Beyond The Arc | Memphis Flyer Jan 16, 2015
Now that the Jeff Green trade has happened, and Quincy Pondexter and Tayshaun Prince are both “former Grizzlies,” the Grizzlies find themselves in an interesting situation: they could ride out the rest of the season just like they are, or they could try to keep making deals to shore up the roster. … [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
Orlando Sentinel Jan 16, 2015
Orlando Magic rookie forward Aaron Gordon has been cleared to play in games and appears on track to play tonight against the Memphis Grizzlies at Amway Center.
Newark Star-Ledger Jan 15, 2015
Zach Randolph had 20 points and 14 rebounds and the Memphis Grizzlies beat the slumping Brooklyn Nets 103-92 on Wednesday night in their first matchup against former coach Lionel Hollins.
Beyond The Arc | Memphis Flyer Jan 14, 2015
When in the course of human events it becomes necessary for one team to dissolve the contractual (emotional?) bonds which have connected them with a player, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of the Collective Bargaining Agreement and of the Collective Bargaining Agreement’s Commissioner entitle them, and trade somebody to another team so, y’know, title runs and stuff, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare some things about the player(s) who are outgoing, especially when said...
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