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Memphis Grizzlies Rumors & News
Straight Outta Vancouver 8 hours ago
Zach Randolph led the way with a monster 21-point, 18-rebound double double. The Memphis Grizzlies pushed their winning streak to six games and are now winners of 10 of their last 11 after thumping the Oklahoma City Thunder 85-74 at FedExForum. Here's my three takeaways from the win: 1) Mike Conley is Back and Still Good at Basketball Mike Conley returned to the starting lineup after missing the last two games with his wrist injury, and put forth a solid effort in his return to the court. Conley didn't have the biggest night in the box score, posting 10 points, two rebounds and three...
Welcome to Loud City 8 hours ago
The Thunder were coming off the heels of their worst loss of the season and somehow managed to play even worse tonight in Memphis. Box Score | Grizzly Bear Blues After blowing a very winnable game on Wednesday night to the New York Knicks, the Oklahoma City Thunder had two days off, a "healthy"...
Daily Thunder 11 hours ago
vs. Thunder (23-23, 10-16 road) vs. Grizzlies (34-12, 20-5 home) TV: FS Oklahoma Stream: Click here Radio: WWLS The Sports Animal (98.1 FM, 640 AM, 1300 AM The Buzz Tulsa) Time: 7:00 CT After two full days off the Thunder
Straight Outta Vancouver 1 hour ago
Defense is the order of the day as the Grizzlies beat the Thunder 85-74 Memphis Grizzlies Report Card Grizzlies 85 - 74 Thunder Coach Dave Joerger: Grade: A HCDJ is really proving himself to be one of the better coaches in the league this season. I would say the best decision made by the Grizzlies front office last summer was ensuring Dave Joerger stayed with the team. Last night Joerger sent his team out with the orders being to stop the Thunder in the paint and force them into mid-range jump shots, the Grizzlies executed the plan to perfection as many of OKC's shots were mid-range...
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...
Beyond The Arc | Memphis Flyer Jan 12, 2015
Author’s note: The Grizzlies actually played a game last night, in which they beat the Suns 122–110 in double overtime, in which Zach Randolph had 27 and 17, in which Tony Allen was the most turned-up he’s been all season, in which Marc Gasol scored 5 points in the first 53 minutes of play and then scored 7 in the final overtime period, and in which all kinds of crazy and insane things happened, and yet: the whole thing was overshadowed by what we all know is coming: the Grizzlies have been working on this trade with Boston and New Orleans since some time Friday. So, that’s...
Arizona Republic Jan 11, 2015
The Suns played a hard-fought game against the Grizzlies in Memphis Sunday afternoon, but two overtimes weren't enough to score a win.
Beyond The Arc | Memphis Flyer Jan 9, 2015
Yesterday, word started to trickle out (mostly from ESPN’s Marc Stein) that the Grizzlies had reached out to the Heat and Celtics about forwards Luol Deng and Jeff Green. Deng was named as the “top candidate”, but reports quickly emerged from Miami that the Grizzlies had merely called to ask about Deng’s availability and were rebuffed.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
Beyond The Arc | Memphis Flyer Jan 6, 2015
Last night, the Grizzlies beat the New York Knicks, 105–83, in an under-attended game that felt like the basketball equivalent of getting one’s driver’s license renewed: a necessary evil, requiring just enough attention and effort to make it annoying rather than something to be endured, passed over blankly. … [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
The Lakers were extremely close to a perfect Week 10, losing only one of three, a last-second defeat by the Memphis Grizzlies.
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