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Heat Defeat Grizzlies in Preseason Finale, 104-98

Rookie Jordan Adams takes it to the hole for 2 of his 12 points on the night. The Grizz lost, though. All photos courtesy of Warren Roseborough. Playtime OVER. I know it was only 8 games in less than 30 days. Still it sure seemed like a LOOOONG preseason. But it came to an end Friday night with what started as a fairly competitive game and was headed toward a blowout before the scrappy...
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The Memphis Grizzlies Have Waived Earl Clark

Photo: With the 2014-15 NBA regular season less than a week away, teams around the league are starting to make cuts to trim their roster to the 15-player maximum. Unfortunately former Louisville forward Earl Clark was a causality of the roster trimming process. The Memphis Grizzlies announced on Thursday morning that they’ve released Clark along with former Marshall center...
Via The Cardinal Connect
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Video: Kyrie Irving Puts on a Show Against Memphis

It wasn’t just the number of points that Kyrie Irving scored last night against the Memphis Grizzlies (16 points on 7-11 shooting), but it was HOW he scored those 16 points. Irving drew ‘ooh’s’ and ‘ahh’s’ from the crowd at the FedEx Forum as he scored on an array of crossover moves and drives to the basket. Surprisingly, however, the highlight of the night didn...
Via Cavs Nation
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Game of the Night (10/22): Grizzlies 96, Cavaliers 92

Score Off. Rtg. eFG% O.Reb.% TO% FTR Cleveland 92 96.3 45.7 36.6 16.3 29.3 Memphis 96 102.4 50.7 21.6 12.8 52.8 Kyrie Irving (CLE) — 16 pts.; Dion Waiters (CLE) — 15 pts. Marc Gasol (MEM) — 16 pts., 9 rebs. Game To Watch (10/23): Pacers vs. Hornets — 7 p.m.
Via Crossover Chronicles
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Lebron Sits, Cavs Lose, Grizzlies Win 96-92

Kyrie Irving gets to the basket for two of his 16 points on the night. It wasn’t enough for the win, though. All photos courtesy of Warren Roseborough. It certainly wasn’t what everyone hoped for. Fans wanted to see Lebron James suit up and play for the Cleveland Cavaliers but he didn’t. ESPN wanted to televise a game featuring the new-look Cavs featuring LBJ, Kyrie Irving...
Via Grit, Grind, GRIZZ!
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Dave Joerger Reveals Memphis Grizzlies Starting Lineup

This morning on the Geoff Calkins Show on 92.9 ESPN, Dave Joerger announced that who will start on the wings alongside Mike Conley, Zach Randolph, and Marc Gasol. Thank God... Well, we finally got an answer from Coach Joerger on who's going to start for the Grizzlies on the wings come opening night: Courtney Lee at Shooting Guard and Tony Allen at Small Forward. While there...
Via Pro Sports Daily
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Joerger: Tony Allen and Courtney Lee Will Start

Starting for the Memphis Grizzlies (at least for now): Tony Allen and Courtney Lee! Photo courtesy of Justin Ford-USA TODAY Sports. Earlier today on ESPN 92.9, Grizzlies Head Coach Dave Joerger announced that he has settled the question of who his wing starters will be. In an interview with The Commercial Appeal’s Geoff Calkins, Joerger picked Courtney Lee to start at shooting...
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Grizzlies set sights high with Marc Gasol healthy

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) Marc Gasol is fully recovered from the sprained left knee that cost him 23 games last season, and the Grizzlies center worked hard this summer to be in even better shape for the final year of his contract. Now the 2012-13 defensive player of the year wants more. ''I feel we can be better, and that's the only thing on my mind to try to be better,&...
Via AP on Fox
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Grizzlies Injury Update: Courtney Lee leaves game with injured left ankle

Memphis Grizzlies shooting guard Courtney Lee injured his left ankle on Monday, however the injury does not appear to be serious. The injury occurred during the first half of the team's preseason contest against the Dallas Mavericks, and caused Lee to sit out the remainder of the game. For now, the injury is being described as a "mild" ankle sprain, however Lee has...
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Vince Carter stuffs Dirk Nowitzki at the rim (Video / GIF)

Memphis Grizzlies shooting guard Vince Carter blocked a slam dunk attempt by Dallas Mavericks teammate Dirk Nowitzki in the closing moments of the first quarter Monday night's preseason game at the American Airlines Center.Nowitzki got his own rebound after his three-point attempt was blocked and appeared to have an easy dunk, but Carter displayed his hops and stuffed his former...
Via Holdout Sports
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Memphis Grizzlies season preview: Player projections

So far in this Memphis Grizzlies three-part season preview, we’ve taken a look at the strengths and weaknesses of the Grizzlies’ roster [Memphis Grizzlies season preview: Roster analysis] and how the team could fare in the Southeast Division and the Western Conference this season [Memphis Grizzlies season preview: Team projections]. In this article, we’ll take a look at key...
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2014-15 NBA Preview: Memphis Grizzlies

We don’t know when a team’s reign is done until it’s done. That’s not a trivial truism, full of cliches and signifying nothing; it’s a conclusion reached after considering cognitive biases and the history of the league. Memphis may have already peaked when they reached the western conference finals and Marc Gasol won Defensive Player of the Year, but the growing rate from...
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Gasol leads Grizzlies to rout of Flamengo

MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- Marc Gasol scored 15 points and Tony Allen added 14 to lead the Memphis Grizzlies to a 112-72 preseason victory over Brazil's Flamengo on Friday night. The Grizzlies (2-3) also got 13 points from Quincy Pondexter and 12 from Courtney Lee in handing Flamengo the worst loss of its exhibition tour. Marcelinho Machado led Flamengo with 17 points and Marcus Vinicius...
Via AP on Fox
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2014/15 Memphis Grizzlies: Rising Sideways

It’s that magical time of year in the NBA, when hope springs eternal and all teams think that the upcoming season will be their best ever. While some teams will surely be rising up, the same amount will be rising down, with the rest floating along treading water (rising sideways). Since we at The Hoops Manifesto are always 100% accurate with our predictions, we’ve taken the...
Via Hoops Manifesto
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Michael Beasley leaves the NBA for Shanghai Sharks

Beasley has decided to take his talents to China Former No. 2 overall pick in the 2008 draft, Michael Beasley, has left Memphis Grizzlies’ training camp to play overseas. Beasley, the former Kansas State star, is headed to China on a one-year deal to play with for the Shanghai Sharks for considerably more money. Making the Grizzlies roster was not a sure thing for Beasley and...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss
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