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NBA Rumors: Dwight Howard May Have Just Moved One Step Closer To Rejoining The Los Angeles Lakers

Dwight Howard may be one step closer to going for round two with the Los Angeles Lakers. As ESPN reported on Sunday night, the Memphis Grizzlies granted Dwight Howard’s agent permission to speak with other teams interested in landing the big man. Reports had indicated that the Lakers were looking at Howard as a potential replacement for DeMarcus Cousins, who tore his ACL while going through offseason workouts in Las Vegas and will likely miss the entire 2019-20 season. The injury to Cousins leaves a giant hole in the Lakers frontcourt, with a question mark to go beside newly acquired...

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Lakers rumors: Los Angeles seriously considering Dwight Howard as DeMarcus Cousins’ replacement

The Los Angeles Lakers are reportedly seriously considering acquiring Dwight Howard to fill the void left by injured center DeMarcus Cousins, according to Rohan Nadkarni of Sports Illustrated. A name I’m hearing the Lakers are seriously interested in after the Boogie Cousins injury: Dwight Howard. The Grizzlies haven’t bought him out yet, but he’s not […] The post Lakers rumors: Los Angeles seriously considering Dwight Howard as DeMarcus Cousins’ replacement appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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Victor OladipoThe Indiana Pacers’ performance immediately after Victor Oladipo suffered a devastating and season-ending injury confirmed what we already knew. Nate McMillan’s team lost four straight games in the wake of its best player suffering a ruptured quad on January 23, including defeats at hand of the Memphis Grizzlies and Washington Wizards. No one ever doubted […] The post appeared first on ClutchPoints.

Grizzly Bear Blues

De’Anthony Melton: The last son of Grit and Grind

Russ Isabella-USA TODAY Sports A closer look at the Grizzlies’ most underrated acquisition. The date was April 11, 2017. As the Memphis Grizzlies played their final game of the season against the hapless Dallas Mavericks, the goal was simple: No injuries. They had already clinched the 7th seed in the West and had nothing left to accomplish. To be sure, it would be tragic to lose a pivotal player right before the playoffs. But tragedy decided to rear its ugly head that day. As Tony Allen lunged for the ball going out-of-bounds, he suddenly stopped. He had obviously bothered his right...