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Straight Outta Vancouver 3 hours ago

Minnesota Timberwolves vs. Memphis Grizzlies, final score 101-97: Gasol spearheads late push for Memphis

The Grizzlies start slow, but Marc Gasol scores 27 and Mike Conley hits a big three late to lead the team to victory 101-97. So the Grizzlies played uglier than that shiner Nikola Pekovich's eye and that divot in Russell Westbrook's head.  But they survived for the 101-97 win over the Minnesota Timberwolves. Here is what we learned 1) The Grizzlies starters started badly.... It started rough... Ball and player movement is crap right now by the Grizzlies. — Andrew Ford (@AndrewFord22) March 1, 2015 What the hell am I watching? — Chris Faulkner (@FaulknerMemphis) March 1, 2015 ...
Straight Outta Vancouver 4 hours ago

Report Card: Grizzlies at Timberwolves

The full report card for the Grizzlies win in Minnesota Memphis Grizzlies Report Card Grizzlies 101 - Timberwolves 97 Coach Dave Joerger: 1 Technical Grade: B- Coach picked up another technical foul during the game, we all know that when Joerger picks up a technical the team typically go on to win...
San Francisco Chronicle 9 hours ago

NBA results and news, Feb. 28: Gasol powers Grizzlies

Marc Gasol had 27 points and 11 rebounds, and Mike Conley hit a big three-pointer with 30 seconds left to lift the visiting Grizzlies to a much-needed 101-97 victory over the Timberwolves on Saturday night. Gasol scored nine straight points in the final 4 minutes,...
Canis Hoopus 14 hours ago

Timberwolves vs. Grizzlies Game Thread

The Wolves look to rebound with a win over Memphis after the falling to Chicago last night. Hello, everyone. The Minnesota Timberwolves host the Memphis Grizzlies tonight, Saturday Feb. 28. Tip-off will occur sometime around 7:00 PM Central Time. Check it out on TV at Fox Sports North. I'm going to...

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Introducing the Beyond the Arc Podcast

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Here's something I've been talking about for a long time and just hadn't put together: the first episode of the Beyond the Arc podcast, with my friend Phil Naessens of the Phil Naessens Show. I promise this will turn into more of a thing as we continue to do it—we aren't on iTunes yet, and we don't have the artwork in place, but we just recorded the first episode this afternoon and I didn't want to wait too long before sharing it with you.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
Next Day Utah Haiku: Grizzlies 100, Jazz 90

Next Day Utah Haiku: Grizzlies 100, Jazz 90

Last night’s 100-90 Grizzlies win over the Jazz in Salt Lake City was both eventful and uneventful, which is typical of these mid-week February road games. You're excited to be watching basketball, and then you remember that just about everybody on the court just wants to make it to the All-Star break so they can have a week off and recharge, and you remember that it's a Wednesday, and so you feel the same way about the weekend. On the one hand, it was a grind-it-out road victory over a team that is young and still developing (and for some reason starting Dante Exum...
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The Grizzlies had no business winning last night’s game in Phoenix against the Suns, and yet somehow they did. Despite losing the 4th quarter 29–25 and having absolutely no one who could do anything to stop Isaiah Thomas from going off for 16 points on 10 shots in the final frame, the Grizzlies got a rebound, basket, and free throw out of Jeff Green with 4 seconds left, followed by a Marc Gasol block of a Markieff Morris jumper as time expired.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
Next Day Notes: Grizzlies 85, Thunder 74

Next Day Notes: Grizzlies 85, Thunder 74

It was the most physical game these two teams have ever played against each other; the final score is reflective of that, not to mention the fact that both teams’ field goal percentages were well south of 40%. But the Grizzlies won, 85-74, and they did so by doing what they’re most known for: churning out brilliant defensive play after brilliant defensive play, unleashing Zach Randolph to fight through ferocious interior defense to the tune of 21 points and 18 rebounds, making just enough big plays from the perimeter to keep OKC honest, and most of all feeding on a crowd who,...

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