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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 same player three different franchises gave up once again served as the catalyst for the Memphis. In the Grizzlies 18-year existence, Zach Randolph has provided a majority of the clutch performances for his team. His outing Wednesday moved the team into … Continue reading
The Clippers sent every player at their disposal at Zach Randolph but couldn’t find a way to slow him down. Los Angeles won its last seven games of the regular season to clinch home court advantage, only to surrender it Tuesday night … Continue reading
A revised starting lineup unveiled by Memphis during its 110-106 victory over the Celtics may become more of a long term look for the team. For the first time all season, the Grizzlies played without center Marc Gasol.
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
One of the NBA’s longest ongoing trade sagas is finally over. No, not Josh Smith, not Pau Gasol. No, the Memphis Grizzlies have dealt Rudy Gay away just one week after making a trade that would have allowed them to … Continue reading
It’s been an interesting week for the NBA’s predetermined finalists Los Angeles, but the highlights around the rest of the league have been just as dynamic as the Angel City’s headlines. The James Harden show came back down to earth, … 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.