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Straight Outta Vancouver 12 hours ago
Five Questions with Blazer’s Edge

Five Questions with Blazer’s Edge

In preparation for tonight’s game, we reached out to SB Nation’s Portland blog with some questions. We are beginning a new feature today at GBB with Five Questions. A GBB writer will be reaching out to various members of the SB Nation NBA galaxy before certain Memphis Grizzlies games to gauge the current temperature of their team. For our first guest, we welcome Peter Sampson of the Portland Trailblazers blog Blazer’s Edge. Without further adieu, here’s our first Five Question! Portland's currently has one of the worst defenses in the league. Are there any changes you think can be...
Rip City Project 1 hour ago

Aren’t We Glad Portland Didn’t Sign Chandler Parsons?

As the Season Passes the Quarter Mark, RCP Asks: What if the Blazers Signed Chandler Parsons? The answer is we would be another injured addition to the Blazers long history. The Memphis Grizzlies have him shut down again tonight. Parsons is dealing with a...
Behind The Blazers Beat | Oregonian 4 hours ago

Trail Blazers vs. Grizzlies: Portland's Moe Harkless, Memphis' Marc Gasol listed as questionable

The Grizzlies could be without star center Marc Gasol, who is listed as questionable with a right groin injury.
Rip City Project 7 hours ago

Preview: Trail Blazers @ Grizzlies

With little time to dwell on last night’s defeat, the Trail Blazers (12-11) face off against the Memphis Grizzlies (15-8). Despite Portland winning in their last time these teams met – home court advantage, the third best defense in the league and the Trail Blazers recent form makes the Grizzlies...

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Grizzlies 96, Sixers 91: The Other Things

Grizzlies 96, Sixers 91: The Other Things

The Grizzlies have won four games in a row now, all of them without Mike Conley, Chandler Parsons, Vince Carter, and James Ennis. Until last night, they’d also been without Zach Randolph, who was away from the team following the sudden loss of his mother. Last night, after a week and a half away, Randolph returned, and the Grizzlies played an emotional game, in which nothing was working offensively but they scrambled and bullied their way to victory anyway; they won a game the Z-Bo way since they had him back. I understand why the ideas of resting on a back-to-back went...
Grizzlies 110, Pelicans 108: The Long Game

Grizzlies 110, Pelicans 108: The Long Game

When Mike Conley went down, I did the math, and I did not expect the Grizzlies to win this game, but that’s exactly what they did, beating the Pelicans in New Orleans 110-108 in double overtime. It wasn’t pretty—though it certainly wasn’t as ugly as the last Griz/Pels game, which went into overtime tied at 75. But what they lacked in execution the Grizzlies made up for with sheer effort, led by some scoring outbursts from guys that you may not expect. As I said in my last recap, the way the schedule looks over the next couple of weeks, the Griz need every win they can...
Grizzlies 95, Magic 94: The Comeback Win and The Coming Storm

Grizzlies 95, Magic 94: The Comeback Win and The Coming Storm

The Grizzlies, with nine players, won last night, only 24 hours after playing Toronto tougher than anybody expected. Head coach David Fizdale has taken to calling them the Nasty Nine (which brings back shades of last year’s pre-Chalmers-injury Hateful Eight who rolled into Cleveland and beat the Cavaliers), but there’s more to it than that–through defensive effort, a Troy Daniels who is rapidly shooting his way back to his career averages, and great individual performances from guys who needed to step up, the Grizzlies were able to grab a desperately-needed win on the...

Exclusive: Mike Conley's new St. Jude online spot

It may not be all good news for Mike Conley today, but he's always been very involved in giving back to the community in Memphis, and this holiday season is no different. Here's a Flyer exclusive look at a new spot featuring Conley, who is supporting St. Jude’s Thanks and Giving Campaign. St. Jude does amazing work around the clock. Grizzlies players have often volunteered their time and money there throughout the years, and though Conley may be laid up with a sore back at the moment, it's good to see him willing to put his support behind such a worthy cause. ...
Beyond the Arc Podcast #61: The Fizdale Effect

Beyond the Arc Podcast #61: The Fizdale Effect

This week on the show, Kevin and Phil talk about: A fairly uneventful home-and-home with Miami The Grizzlies will miss Zach Randolph while he's out How the Grizzlies' defense got them back on track Everyone ignores Phil when he's right, including Kevin Was the 2OT Sixers win a quality win? How badly do the Grizzlies miss James Ennis? What about Chandler Parsons? Does Fizdale really know what he's doing? Why are the grizzlies so much more motivated? What are the Griz doing with rest on B2B's? Do they know? This week: Charlotte, Toronto,...
Grizzlies 105, Hornets 90: Five in a Row

Grizzlies 105, Hornets 90: Five in a Row

Last night the Grizzlies played their most impressive half of basketball all season, followed by a tough defensive half when that offense started to wane, and came away with their fifth straight win, this time on the road over the tough-to-beat Charlotte Hornets. The Grizzlies scored 69 points in the first half—more than the Mavericks were able to score against them in an entire game on Friday night—and never let up as Charlotte, one of the better teams in the Eastern Conference this year, tried to mount a comeback. It was a culmination of a trend that started in the Grizzlies'...
Beyond the Arc Podcast #60: Clipper Psychology, Vince and Zach, and Previews

Beyond the Arc Podcast #60: Clipper Psychology, Vince and Zach, and Previews

This week on the show, Kevin and Phil talk about: Is Kevin still being negative this season? Are the Clippers really the best team in the NBA? What's going on with the Grizzlies' defense? Bench superstars: Vince Carter and Zach Randolph Is Andrew Harrison actually... good? Listener question: what's the difference between covering games live or at home? Are we worried about Chandler Parsons yet? (Not really) Previews: Mavericks, Wolves, Hornets, Sixers There's Brandan Wright news and it ain't good The Beyond the Arc podcast is...
Grizzlies 111, Clippers 107: Road Retribution

Grizzlies 111, Clippers 107: Road Retribution

It was one for the ages, another chapter in a long rivalry between two teams who have a genuine distaste for each other that stretches back at least four years and two playoff series. Last night the Grizzlies and Clippers played in LA (after an uneventful and disappointing first matchup that the Clippers won handily) and played one of the most exciting regular season games I’ve seen in a while—and the Grizzlies came away with a win against what has so far been the best team in the NBA on their home turf. Here are five unordered thoughts from my sleep-starved mind about last...
Brandan Wright undergoes ankle surgery, no timetable for return

Brandan Wright undergoes ankle surgery, no timetable for return

The Grizzlies have issued a medical update on Grizzlies.com about backup big man Brandan Wright, who has missed the entire regular season so far with an ankle injury. From the post on the Grizzlies.com site: Wright underwent a successful arthroscopic debridement of his left ankle Tuesday afternoon after non-surgical interventions failed to eliminate his posterior tibialis tendinopathy. There is not yet a timetable for Wright's return. Wright's tenure in Memphis has been snakebit from the beginning. He missed a great deal of tome...
Grizzlies 102, Jazz 96: Finally, a Road Win

Grizzlies 102, Jazz 96: Finally, a Road Win

Last night the Grizzlies got an important road win over a solid (if depleted) Utah Jazz team in Salt Lake City, 102-96. It certainly wasn’t the prettiest game they have played, when has that ever been the measure of Grizzly success? Several players made key contributions, both young and old. The defense was never quite right, but they were able to get stops when it mattered, and the long road towards our glorious shared Fizdale Future got a little bit shorter. The win was much-needed, especially in light of the disappointing end to the game in Milwaukee Saturday night....
Beyond the Arc Podcast #59: November Surprises and Optimism

Beyond the Arc Podcast #59: November Surprises and Optimism

This week on the show, Kevin and Phil talk about: What's the most surprising thing about the Grizzlies' season so far? Z-Bo's usage rate and bad defense Chandler Parsons' earlier-than-expected return Has James Ennis been the Grizzlies' most surprising player so far? What has JaMychal Green done to become a starter-quality player? The potential of the Conley - Ennis - Parsons - Green - Gasol lineup to space the floor The rookies and young guys and their various rates of development The non-young guy doing the best: the very...

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