2:10 AM EST, Fri December 19, 2014
Straight Outta Vancouver 11 hours ago

Recapping the Enemy: The View From San Antonio

Pre-, In-, Post-game views from Spurs fans following last night's 3OT loss against the Grizzlies The following are actual comments gathered from San Antonio forums Pre-game views I think they'll be tired from a tough game against Golden State, and we're at home as well. Spurs will pull out a W here despite being short-handed. Fortunately, the Grizz don't have viable wing scoring outside a 38 year Vince Carter (who will probably go off), but Kawhi's rebounding and hustle will be missed. Spurs win as long as Beli doesn't play more than 10 minutes. This schedule stinks and at this losing rate...
Straight Outta Vancouver 13 hours ago

Vince Carter moves into Top 25 of All-Time NBA Scoring

Carter moved to #6 in all-time 3-point makes last week, and now he's climbed into another elite echelon of NBA history. Vince Carter moved into 25th in all-time NBA scoring with his 18 points in the Memphis Grizzlies incredible triple overtime win in San Antonio...
Straight Outta Vancouver 14 hours ago

Report Card: Memphis Grizzlies Graduate in San Antonio

Maybe all of these years the Grizzlies have just been interns, hanging around in the playoffs just to score some college credit. In San Antonio Wednesday night, Memphis graduated. Welcome to the real world of title contention, Memphis. The last time the Memphis Grizzlies beat the San Antonio Spurs...
Straight Outta Vancouver 13 hours ago

There Should Be Stars For Wars Like Ours

Wow. Just wow. "There should be stars for great wars like ours." Sandra Cisneros. If you're like me, then you're still in awe over the epic Spurs v Grizzlies triple overtime game. I started writing something else today. I really did. But the gravity of what happened sucked my thoughts back to last...

Rajon Rondo reacts to trade to Mavericks: ‘I look forward to building something special in Dallas’

AP Photo/Brandon DillBoston Celtics guard Rajon Rondo (9) fights for the rebound against Memphis Grizzlies forward Zach Randolph (50) in the first half of an NBA basketball game Friday, Nov. 21, 2014, in Memphis, Tenn.
Rotoworld 10 hours ago

Report: Teams trying to land Jeff Green - Jeff Green (G/F) Boston Celtics

The Clippers, Pelicans, and Grizzlies are reportedly interested in landing Jeff Green, but the Celtics so far have not liked their offers.

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Grizzlies 117, Spurs 116

When u catch the white whale #melvilleflow https://t.co/wpNyOIOL8s — Grizzlam (@mattyp90) December 18, 2014 Last night’s triple-overtime victory over the San Antonio Spurs, 117 to 116, on the second night of a back to back, less than 24 hours after beating the best team in the NBA (the Golden State Warriors) on ESPN at FedExForum, felt like the kind of thing that only happens once in a while: a regular season game that rises to the level of a playoff, that everyone is watching and talking about, where the whole fate of the season, the team—even all of us, the...
Next Day Notes: Grizzlies 105, Warriors 98

Next Day Notes: Grizzlies 105, Warriors 98

The Grizzlies play all of their home games at FedExForum, but during the regular season, it doesn’t always feel like The Grindhouse. Crowds come and go, and sometimes it’s not life or death; the fate of the city and our civic reputation and pride doesn’t always feel like it’s what’s being played for.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
Plain Dealer Dec 16, 2014

NBA Power Rankings: Grizzlies take aim at No. 1, but can anyone catch the streaking Warriors?

The Warriors look unstoppable, but they're about to receive their biggest test of the season.
What to Expect When You're Expecting the Warriors

What to Expect When You're Expecting the Warriors

Tonight, the Grizzlies take on the 21–2 Golden State Warriors, the only team in the NBA with a better record. Given how well Warriors teams in the past could score, it may be a surprise that this year’s league-leading edition has roughly the same offensive rating as Memphis (107.5 points per 100 possessions) but features a defense currently rated as the league’s best—allowing 95.2 points per 100.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
Next Day Notes: Grizzlies 113, Hornets 107

Next Day Notes: Grizzlies 113, Hornets 107

Last night’s double-overtime 113–117 win over Charlotte was the ugliest game the Grizzlies have played (with the possible exception of their road win over the Sacramento Kings) since the last time they played the Hornets, another close game that ended 71–69. Last night’s game had a higher score (even at the end of regulation) but it was just as close, as defensive breakdowns on a last-second shot by Kemba Walker led to a game-tying tip in by Gerald Henderson at the buzzer, sending the game into extra time.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on...

Three takeaways from the night the Hornets had their chances against the Grizzlies

Three takeaways from the night the Charlotte Hornets coulda/shoulda beaten a tremendously talented team…. Gerald Henderson screwed up. Don’t over-react: Henderson made the single biggest mistake in the loss to the Memphis Grizzlies and he admitted as much. He ran...
Next Day Notes: Grizzlies 114, Mavericks 105

Next Day Notes: Grizzlies 114, Mavericks 105

Last night at FedExForum the Grizzlies pulled off a come-from-behind win over the Dallas Mavericks, a Southwest division rival with the highest-rated offense in the entire league, averaging a blistering 116.1 points per 100 possessions. That offensive firepower was on display last night, and the game featured a lot of scoring from both teams, but eventually the Grizzlies’ defense clamped down when it needed to and the Griz were able to use their newfound offensive prowess (the Griz offensive rating is currently the 5th best in the league according to Basketball Reference) to...

Mavs ready for tough test against Grizzlies

MEMPHIS -- The Dallas Mavericks have won 12 of their past 15 games, but they will have to show some grit as they face a daunting challenge against the Memphis Grizzlies. Before losing to the San Antonio Spurs this past weekend, the Grizzlies defeated their first 11 West opponents -- one of the longest winning streaks in recent history by a Western Conference team against conference foes to start a season. Only the 1997-98 Los Angeles Lakers had a longer streak as they won their first 12 games against conference foes.
Curb your enthusiasm: the Grizzlies’ tough December schedule

Curb your enthusiasm: the Grizzlies’ tough December schedule

Now that the Grizzlies have broken their two-game mini-skid by beating the Miami Heat 103-87 last night1, it seemed like a good time to check in on the Grizzlies’ December schedule and talk a little bit about the expectations being placed on the team so far. … [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
Next Day Notes: Spurs 107, Grizzlies 101

Next Day Notes: Spurs 107, Grizzlies 101

Last night, the Grizzlies lost a close game to the San Antonio Spurs. What happened was pretty straightforward, really: the Spurs were missing Tiago Splitter to an injury, and so Matt Bonner started in his place.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
Friday Grizzly Links

Friday Grizzly Links

Today, in advance of the Grizzlies’ home matchup against the arch-nemesis San Antonio Spurs, I thought it’d be good to collect some links to some of the great Grizzlies-related pieces that have come out across the web over the last couple of days. … [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
Rust Never Sleeps: Is it time to worry about Vince Carter?

Rust Never Sleeps: Is it time to worry about Vince Carter?

I come not to bury Vince Carter but to praise him. Arguably the first true superstar ever to wear a Memphis Grizzlies uniform, the acquisition of Carter in the offseason after Dallas went and paid big money to Chandler Parsons was one of the Grizzlies’ best moves this offseason, replacing Mike Miller with a player who was a slightly poorer shooter but was better at everything else.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
Houston Chronicle Dec 2, 2014

Scouting report: Rockets vs. Grizzlies

Rockets vs. Grizzlies When/where: 7 p.m./Toyota Center TV/radio: Root Sports/740-AM, 850-AM (Spanish) Three-pointers Grizzlies 1. The Grizzlies’ defense remains as strong as ever, ranking fourth in points allowed per possession, but Memphis has gotten better offensively with more reliable perimeter scoring to go with its strength inside. The Grizzlies rank eighth in points per possession […]

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