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Category Archives: Southwest Division
Since selecting point guard Mike Conley with the fourth overall pick in the 2007 NBA Draft, the Grizzlies have never wavered in believing he could become an elite player. That faith has been a critical component as the team reached … Continue reading
The Mavericks average 20,030 fans per game at the American Airlines Center, but the team is hoping one person in attendance will have a busy Thursday night. Fifty days after making a pact to not shave until the team returned to … Continue reading
On a night when their explosive offensive attack was lacking, Houston briefly turned into defensive stoppers. Over the game’s final 12 minutes, the Rockets controlled the paint, forced Golden State into contested looks and allowed just 12 points, their fewest … Continue reading
Twenty days ago Memphis shipped away Rudy Gay, their star forward over the past seven plus seasons as part of a rebuilding effort. In a strictly financial deal, the Grizzlies saved $6 million in salary this season and $6 million … Continue reading
No amount of facial hair can cover up a disappointing 2012-13 season in Dallas. The Mavericks (21-28) have vowed not to shave again until they bring their record back to the .500 mark but a daunting task for a group surrendering 103 … Continue reading
The NBA’s youngest team is on an unsustainable path to the post season. Houston has made an unexpected playoff push, surpassing the Rockets, Lakers and Timberwolves in the standings even with as the most turnover prone team in the league.
New Orleans has grown accustomed to playing without the shooting guard it signed to a maximum contract just five months ago. Eric Gordon, the key piece the Hornets received in exchange for Chris Paul last year, has just played nine … Continue reading
In the suddenly wide open Western Conference, Memphis is making its case as an elite team. After falling to the Clippers on opening night, the Grizzlies have won five straight, including a 104-86 drubbing of the Heat Sunday night.
There’s another set of star forwards than need to prove they can play well together. Unlike the Carmelo Anthony and Amar’e Stoudemire duo in New York, Memphis has experience playoff success with Zach Randolph and Rudy Gay on its roster.
Maybe the Mavericks failed to bring in the pair of All-Stars they meticulously cleared cap for, but the team quickly recovered to have a successful off-season. Dallas began the summer with aspirations to immediately restore itself as one of the … Continue reading