GRIZZLIES RUMORS & GOSSIP
The Memphis Grizzlies got a mental boost as well as one in the standings with a thrilling win over their closest pursuer in the Southwest Division.
They'll try to keep heading in the right direction by ending a rare home losing streak Friday night with a victory over the lowly Los Angeles Lakers.
Memphis (43-17) had dropped three of four and allowed Houston to get within 1 1/2 games...
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Memphis Grizzlies forward Marc Gasol saved the day against the Houston Rockets. With a Dirk-ish baseline shot, to keep Memphis ahead for good with a much needed 102-100 win, in tight western conference. With just 0.1 seconds left in the game.
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Marc Gasol leads Memphis to a big win over Houston.
The Memphis Grizzlies defeated the Houston Rockets 102-100 on Wednesday night thanks to a Marc Gasol game-winner with 0.1 seconds left. Gasol had an excellent game with 21 points on 10 of 14 shooting, along with 7 rebounds and 6 assists but the game winning jumper was the biggest shot of the night.
Houston had rallied late in the...
Marc Gasol is a monster.
Gasol helped the Grizzlies pull this one out in Houston with this beautiful fade away/runner.
Memphis Grizzles guard Tony Allen Suspended For Fighting
Memphis Grizzlies guard Tony Allen didn’t get to play with his team against the Utah Jazz Tuesday night following a one game suspension.
As reported by Marcel Mutoni of Slamonline, the Memphis Grizzlies suffered a demoralizing 93-82 loss. Tuesday night to the visiting Utah Jazz, and did so without the services of defensive...
Tony Allen has been suspended one game by the Memphis Grizzlies following an altercation with teammate Nick Calathes in practice.
Sources claim that the confrontation did not rise to a "physical" level and that the suspension for Allen is largely because he waved off attempts from coaches to calm him down.
Grizzlies swingman Tony Allen was suspended Tuesday night for violating team policy. Now the commercial appeal is reporting that Allen got into a physical confrontation with teammate, Nick Calathes.
After more digging into the issue, Allen’s physical confrontation was apparently with Calathes during practice. Frustration clearly is building with the team playing poorly and the...
JaMychal Green has agreed to terms on a three-year contract with the Memphis Grizzlies, league sources told RealGM.
Green completed his second 10-day contract with the Grizzlies on Saturday night, and the two sides reached a deal for the remainder of the season guaranteed and two additional years.
As one of the best performers in the NBA Development League this season, Green averaged...
Zach LaVine still thinks he’s in New York City.
The Grizzlies rookie tried to destroy the rim on this break away dunk.
All-Star Break lasted a little longer for the team here at GritGrindGrizz.com, but we’re back for the sprint to the playoffs, maybe even the Finals. The next step toward that goal is tonight’s battle with the L.A. Clippers. The Clippers will be looking to avenge a loss earlier this week, a game they feel they let slip away in Los Angeles. And in what is certainly disappointing...
Ben McLemore is not only a shooter but the dude can fly, too. And he showed off his hops against the Memphis Grizzlies.
Here’s McLemore spiking a windmill jam. Off one foot, too:
We definitely want to see McLemore of this. Man, I am so horrible.
Ben McLemore pic from Getty Images. Video from the NBA.
Memphis Grizzlies big man Zach Randolph beat the halftime buzzer with a three-pointer from beyond half court during Wednesday night's game in Sacramento.Randolph had 0.9 seconds to work with as he took the inbounds pass and heaved it up from 62 feet away, yet he was able to bank it in.Randolph is getting good at these long range halftime buzzer-beaters, as he banked one in from half...
The Memphis Grizzlies still lost, but not before Zach Randolph hit a 65-foot shot and made it look easier than yawning. At least Tony Allen seemed pumped about it.
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LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The Memphis Grizzlies are on a roll with Jeff Green.
The Los Angeles Clippers aren't the same without Blake Griffin.
When the teams got together, they played a grind-it-out style better suited to the Grizzlies than the high-flying Clippers, whose four-game winning streak ended with a 90-87 loss Monday night.
Mike Conley scored 18 points, Jeff Green added 16 and...
The week ahead
There will be a lot of Memphis Grizzlies sightings this week. One of the NBA's newest rivalries will be seen twice in the next few days, beginning Monday when Memphis visits the Staples Center. That will mark the conclusion of the homestand. The Clippers then hit the road for four, beginning in Houston on Wednesday and then to Memphis on Friday. Sunday, they will be...
Each and every week, we’ll look at the top NBA games of the week breaking them down. The best game happening on each week night will be selected with reasoning as to why you should keep an eye on it.
Finally we have a regular week to break down after two short weeks in a row due to the All-Star break. Let’s get into it!
Monday: Memphis Grizzlies @ Los Angeles Clippers (10:30...
Due to the extended NBA All-Star break, the Memphis Grizzles do not play again until Sunday at Portland -- and they won't play at home until Feb. 27 against the Clippers. Here are five post-break questions to ponder in the meantime.
1. How important is it to win the majority of the final 29 games?
Look what happened in Oklahoma City before the All-Star break. Sure, the 16-point debacle...
MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- The Memphis Grizzlies led by as many as 22 and beat former coach Lionel Hollins' Brooklyn Nets 95-86 on Tuesday. The game wasn't truly decided until Marc Gasol grabbed an offensive rebound in the final minute. It led to two of Zach Randolph's game-high 19 points after the Nets (21-31) cut the lead to seven.
The Grizzlies play at Oklahoma City on Wednesday before...
Lost in the hubbub of the Hawks-Warriors showdown Friday night — a game featuring the NBA’s two best teams, record-wise — is the fact Atlanta had to close out the weekend against the Memphis Grizzlies, the team that currently holds the third-best record in the league. An offensive foul from Atlanta’s Al Horford in the
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Memphis Grizzlies forward Zach Randolph banked in a half-court shot to beat the buzzer at the end of the first quarter during Wednesday night's game in Utah.After the Jazz scored with 2.9 seconds left, Randolph got the inbounds pass, took two steps and heaved up the shot from 60-feet away. Sure enough, his prayer was answered.Randolph finished with 18 points and 11 rebounds as the...
Remember Michael Beasley? You now, the guy who played with the Heat and was picked No. 2 overall in the 2008 draft?
Well, he resurfaced and is playing overseas in the Chinese Basketball Association and recently was named the MVP of the CBA All-Star game after dropping 59 points in the win.
Nothing like a game where absolutely no defense is played for Beasley to shine.
We officially have our first true highlight of Jeff Green in a Memphis Grizzlies uniform.
Green was limited to 10 points Wednesday in a nondescript Grizzlies debut after being traded from the Boston Celtics, and he failed to make a field goal in the first half of Friday’s meeting with the Orlando Magic.
Good Jeff Green showed up in the third quarter, though, as the ex-Celtic...
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NEW YORK — Even with Lionel Hollins gone, the Memphis Grizzlies will always be more force than finesse as long as Zach Randolph and Marc Gasol are around to overpower opponents.
Adding Jeff Green gives them a chance to be both.
Randolph had 20 points and 14 rebounds, and the Grizzlies beat the slumping Brooklyn Nets 103-92 on Wednesday...