• Mistakes to learn from past rebuilds

    Mistakes to learn from past rebuilds
    Photo by Jesse D. Garrabrant/NBAE via Getty Images Which missteps could the Grizzlies learn from the most? The Memphis Grizzlies are off to an excellent start in their rebuild. Anyone expecting them to be thick in the playoff race and in sole possession of the 8th seed in the playoffs is a wizard and is going with me to purchase lottery tickets.
    Nonetheless, it has also initiated questions among Grizzlies Twitter of what now. Do they become more aggressive to land a 3rd star? How do these curre
  • 2020 NBA Draft Profiles: Tyler Bey

    2020 NBA Draft Profiles: Tyler Bey
    Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports A versatile wing with upside? Where do we sign up?Tyler Bey, Forward, University of Colorado
    6’7” (7’1” wingspan) 216 pounds, 22 years old, from Las Vegas, Nevada2019-2020 season: 31 games played, 29 minutes per game, 13.8 points per game, 9 rebounds per game, 1.5 assists, 1.5 steals, 1.2 blocks, 53% field goal percentage (41.9% from three), 74.3% free throw percentage.Accolades (per sports-reference): 2018-19 All-Pac-12 - 1st Team, 2018-19 Pa
  • Grizz Gaming looks to win second straight game

    Grizz Gaming looks to win second straight game
    Photo by Michelle Farsi/NBAE via Getty Images Grizz Gaming with back-to-back dubs? Following destroying Lakers Gaming in week four,securing their first win of the 2020 2K League season, Grizz Gaming looks to take down Celtics Crossover Gaming tonight.Photo by Michelle Farsi/NBAE via Getty Images
    Week four recap:
    It was an impressive showing from Grizz Gaming in week four of their 2K League season as Memphis secure their first win of the 2020 season. Consistent progression from Grizz Gaming led
  • 2020 NBA Draft Profiles: Xavier Tillman

    2020 NBA Draft Profiles: Xavier Tillman
    Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images The tale of a defensive playmaking bruiser Xavier Tillman, Center, Michigan State
    • 6’8 (7’1 wingspan) 245lbs, from Grand Rapids Michigan
    • 2019-20 Season: 31 games played, 32 minutes per game, 13.7 points per game, 10.3 rebounds per game, 3.0 assists per game, 2 Blocks per game, 1 steal per game, 55% Field Goal percentage, (26% from three) 66.7% Free Throw Shooter
    • ACCOLADES: 2019-2020 NCAA All-Region, 2019-20 All Big Ten, Big Ten Al
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  • Complementary components

    Complementary components
    David Santiago/Miami Herald/Tribune News Service via Getty Images The evolution of the Grizzlies’ perimeter play will likely determine when they take a sincere step toward contention. Currently, the Memphis Grizzliesfeature two clear assets: a potential superstar point guard in Ja Morant, and a highly versatile and highly effective trio of frontcourt options in Jaren Jackson Jr., Brandon Clarke, and Jonas Valanciunas. While the current Memphis bigs certainly could play significant roles o
  • It is still Memphis vs. Errrbody

    It is still Memphis vs. Errrbody
    Photo by David Liam Kyle/NBAE via Getty Images In case you forgot. The more things change, the more they stay the same.
    As the hell monster known as 2020 rages on, a sliver of light has shone through the blaze. The NBA has an anticipated return date, one that allows for plenty of time for the Memphis Grizzlies and the other teams involved in the festivities (likely in Orlando at Disneyworld). Ja Morant and company will likely have 6-8 weeks to physically and mentally prepare for the strangest -
  • Lessons to learn from successful rebuilds

    Lessons to learn from successful rebuilds
    Photo by Joe Murphy/NBAE via Getty Images The Memphis Grizzlies are on a great track in their rebuild, and they could learn from some of the most successful teams in the league. The Memphis Grizzlies are off to a fantastic start in their rebuild.
    Initially, it looked like they would be in the lottery for quite some time, which would’ve instigated a civil war over James Wiseman on Memphis Twitter. However, they’ve been sitting 3.5 games ahead of the Portland Trailblazers and New Orle
  • 2020 NBA Draft Profiles: Grant Riller

    2020 NBA Draft Profiles: Grant Riller
    Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images The most criminally underrated prospect in the 2020 NBA Draft.Grant Riller: Guard, College of Charleston
    6’3”, 190 pounds, 23 years old, from Ocoee, Florida
    2019-2020 season: 31 games, 33.5 minutes per game, 21.9 points, 5.1 rebounds, 3.9 assists, 50% from the field, 36% from three, 83% from the foul line
    ACCOLADES: 3-time All-CAA first-team, 2018 CAA tournament MVPADVANCED STAT STRENGTHS (per Tankathon): 61 TS%, 55 eFG%, PER: 30.6
    ADVANCED STAT
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  • Getting back to basketball

    Getting back to basketball
    Nelson Chenault-USA TODAY Sports The recent survey of League General Managers offers intriguing paths to the NBAs return The NBA’s return appears imminent and while the details of a return to play proposal remain unknown, two new possibilities have emerged; seeding the playoffs teams without conferences and a World Cup style group stage. It appears that everything is on the table and the league is embracing the idea of using an unprecedented season to experiment with the playoff format.Th
  • GBB Podcast Week in Review: Let’s Talk shooting guards

    GBB Podcast Week in Review: Let’s Talk shooting guards
    Photo by Joe Murphy/NBAE via Getty Images That was a lot of talk about De’Anthony Melton and Dillon Brooks. With the NBA near its return, it’s time to rejoice! We have more to write about, more to talk about, more to podcast about, and more to look forward to. Granted, it won’t quite be the same, but this time shows us we should appreciate everything and take nothing for granted.
    This week, on the Grizzly Bear Blues podcast network, we talk about a bunch of shooting guards. Th
  • Grizz Gaming collects first win of the season

    Grizz Gaming collects first win of the season
    Photo by Michelle Farsi/NBAE via Getty Images Grizz Gaming showed true character and grit in week four to collect their first win of 2020. Grizz Gaming and Lakers Gaming, both looking for their first win of the season and ready to seize the moment. Which team would emerge victorious on Thursday night?Photo by Alex Nahorniak-Svenski/NBAE via Getty Images
    Game One:
    The first half Grizz Gaming seized from the tip-off. The key matchup would be Grizz Gaming defensive captain AuthenticAfrican, and Sa
  • Grizz Gaming searching for their first win of 2020

    Grizz Gaming searching for their first win of 2020
    Photo by Alex Nahorniak-Svenski/NBAE via Getty Images Grizz Gaming and Lakers Gaming are searching for their first dub of 2020 tonight. Grizz Gaming kicks off their week four of the NBA 2K League Season winless, and with hopes of getting back on track against Lakers Gaming tonight.
    Week three ended in heartbreaking fashion for Grizz Gaming as the team fell victim to another sweep, this time from Kings Guard Gaming on a buzzer-beater three pointer in game two. A game two that Grizz Gaming led 90
  • 2020 NBA Draft Profiles: Kaleb Wesson

    2020 NBA Draft Profiles: Kaleb Wesson
    Mike Carter-USA TODAY Sports A sketch of a bruising stretch Kaleb Wesson: Center, Ohio State UniversityKaleb Wesson, Center, Ohio State University
    •6’9 (7’2 wingspan) (9-1 1⁄2 standing reach) 270lbs, 20 years old from Westerville Ohio
    •RSCI Top 100: 83 (2017)
    •2019-2020 season 31 games played 29.5 minutes per game, 14.0 points 9.3 rebounds 1.9 assists 1.0 block, 44.4% Field Goal percentage (42.5% from three), 73% Free Throw percentage
    •ACCOLADES: 2019-2020
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  • 2020 NBA Draft Profiles: Daniel Oturu

    2020 NBA Draft Profiles: Daniel Oturu
    Thomas J. Russo-USA TODAY Sports Can the young big man become a Gorgui Dieng replacement?Daniel Oturu, Center, University of Minnesota
    6’10” (7’2” wingspan), 240 lbs., 20 years old, from Woodbury, Minnesota
    2019-2020 season: 31 games played, 33.9 minutes per game, 20.1 points per game, 11.3 rebounds, 2.5 blocks, 56.3% field goal percentage (36.5% from three), 70.7% free throw shooter
    ACCOLADES: 2019-2020 2nd Team All-Big Ten, 2019-2020 Big Ten All-Defense, 2019-2020 Wood
  • Brandon Clarke and his playmaking potential

    Brandon Clarke and his playmaking potential
    Nelson Chenault-USA TODAY Sports Brandon Clarke has the tools to be an impact NBA player for the next decade.
    He’s one of the most efficient rookies in NBA history. The Grizzlies are great when he steps on the floor, possessing a on/off +/- of +3.3 per Cleaning the Glass. He also has the defensive arsenal to be a unique 5-positional defender, as he can protect the rim and defend in space off switches. Offensively, his 3-point shot looks promising, and he’s a devastating finisher in
  • Cornerstones with Character: Jaren Jackson Jr., Ja Morant, and Memphis tradition

    Cornerstones with Character: Jaren Jackson Jr., Ja Morant, and Memphis tradition
    Photo by Kena Krutsinger/NBAE via Getty Images What a player does off the court can be just as impactful as what they do on it. When the Memphis Grizzlies traded for Zach Randolph in the summer of 2009, you would have been labeled as certifiably insane if you believed that Randolph would become the city’s most beloved citizen. Yet that’s exactly what Z-Bo became during his time in Memphis.And make no mistake, it wasn’t because he became a perfect person in Memphis. Even after
  • 2020 NBA Draft Profiles: Breein Tyree

    2020 NBA Draft Profiles: Breein Tyree
    Petre Thomas-USA TODAY Sports Could the Grizzlies land a Terence Davis type steal?Breein Tyree: Guard, University of Mississippi6’2 195 lbs, 22 years old from Somerset, New Jersey
    2019-20 season at Ole Miss: 34.6 minutes per game, 19.7 points per game on 43% shooting (36% from three and 82% from the free throw line) 2.5 assists per game, 3.7 rebounds per game and 1.3 steals per game.4 seasons at Ole Miss: 28 minutes per game, 13.8 points per game on 42% shooting (36% from three and 79% fr
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  • Grizz Gaming falls to Kings Guard Gaming

    Grizz Gaming falls to Kings Guard Gaming
    Photo by Alex Nahorniak-Svenski/NBAE via Getty Images Adjustments were made, but Grizz Gaming falls to 0-4 on the season. Grizz Gaming was back in action on Friday night after falling to Heat Check Gaming Thursday night. With a quick turn around, would Grizz Gaming be able to bounce back and collect their first dub of 2020?
    Game one was a series of runs, and who would play defense first. In the first half, Grizz Gaming and Kings Guard Gaming would go back and fourth. At the half game one, the G
  • 2020 NBA Draft Profiles: Cassius Stanley

    2020 NBA Draft Profiles: Cassius Stanley
    Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images He can FLY! But will Cassius Stanley fall in the draft?Cassius Stanley: Guard, Duke University6’ 6”, 193 lbs, 20 years old, out of Los Angeles, CA (Sierra Canyon High School)
    Named to ACC All-Freshman Team
    Ranked No. 29 overall in the ESPN 100 and the No. 6 shooting guard
    Broke Zion Williamson’s max vertical leap record (46.5 inches) MAX VERT [email protected]_stanley ‼️We’ve had some alarmingly athletic hoopers. Cassius ha
  • Grizz Gaming can’t recover from slow start

    Grizz Gaming can’t recover from slow start
    Photo by Michelle Farsi/NBAE via Getty Images If it wasn’t time to panic before, it’s time to panic now. Thursday night, Grizz Gaming opened up their busy week three searching for a victory against Heat Check Gaming, who would be searching for their first victory themselves.
    Game one for Grizz Gaming was a game you just never want to discuss again. The first quarter was semi-competitive between Memphis and Miami, but when the second quarter started, the Heat took off.
    The first quar
  • 2020 NBA Draft Profiles: Malachi Flynn

    2020 NBA Draft Profiles: Malachi Flynn
    Orlando Ramirez-USA TODAY Sports Flynn has the makings of another Grizzlies draft steal MALACHI FLYNN: GUARD, SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY6’1” (6’3” wingspan), 185 lbs., 22 years old, from Tacoma, Washington
    2019-2020 season: 32 games played, 33.4 minutes per game, 17.6 points, 5.1 assists, 4.5 rebounds, 44.1% from the field (37.3% from three), 85.7% free throw shooter
    ACCOLADES: 2019-2020 Mountain West Conference Player of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year, 2nd Team
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  • Grizz Gaming Game Preview: Bouncing back

    Grizz Gaming Game Preview: Bouncing back
    Photo by Michelle Farsi/NBAE via Getty Images What we learned in week two, and what’s ahead of Grizz Gaming in week three. Grizz Gaming won one game in their two matchups (5 games) in week two. Some are hitting the panic button right now, but if you’re in my seat - you’re thinking Grizz Gaming got a tough draw.
    Despite having a tough draw in week two, the Grizz will need to improve in week three to snag their first dub. With that being said, what will it take for Grizz Gaming
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  • Memphis Grizzlies may not be underdogs much longer

    Memphis Grizzlies may not be underdogs much longer
    Photo by Joe Murphy/NBAE via Getty Images The Memphis Grizzlies will always have underdog elements to its brand, but soon they’ll no longer be the underdogs. They’ll be the favorites. “It’s a blue-collar town, and I’m a blue-collar player, a hard-worker. Nothing’s been given easily to me, and nothing’s been given easily to this town.”
    These words from Zach Randolph after the 2011 series victory over the San Antonio Spurs will forever be true. The
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  • 2020 NBA Draft Profiles: Yves Pons

    2020 NBA Draft Profiles: Yves Pons
    Photo by Ed Zurga/Getty Images The 2019-2020 SEC Defensive Player of the Year offers plenty of promise as a defender and athlete.YVES PONS: GUARD/FORWARD, UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE2019-2020 Season: 31 Games Played, 33.9 Minutes Per Game, 10.8 Points, 5.4 Rebounds, 1.1 Assists, 2.4 Blocks Per Game while Shooting 48.9% from the field and 34.9% from three
    During the 2019-2020, Pons became just the fifth collegiate guard to produce 300 or more points and 70 or more blocks in a single seasonACCOLADES:
  • 2020 NBA Draft Profiles: Immanuel Quickley

    2020 NBA Draft Profiles: Immanuel Quickley
    Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports The 2019-20 SEC Player of the Year would be a wise investment in the second roundImmanuel Quickley: Guard, University of Kentucky6’3” 188 lbs, 21 years old from Havre de Grace, MD
    2019-20 season at Kentucky: 33 minutes per game, 16.1 points per game on 41% shooting (42.8% from 3 and 92% from the free throw line) 1.9 assists, 4.2 rebounds and 1 steal.
    Two seasons at Kentucky: 25 minutes per game, 10.1 points per game on 40% shooting (40% from 3 and 90% fro
  • Memphis and their Grizzlies: The Neverending Underdog Story

    Memphis and their Grizzlies: The Neverending Underdog Story
    Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports A city, and team, worth rooting for It is one of the most famous dunk attempts in Memphis Grizzlies history.
    And it missed. But the assault on the rim never should’ve happened in the first place.
    So it has gone for the young basketball career of Ja Morant. An audacious, angry declaration of war against all those that doubted him dating back to the days of playing in the side gym at AAU tournaments. All along, his belief in himself never waned. From the backya
  • 2020 Draft Profiles: Payton Pritchard

    2020 Draft Profiles: Payton Pritchard
    Soobum Im-USA TODAY Sports The 2020 PAC-12 Player of the Year would be a great fit with this pace-and-space Grizzlies team.Payton Pritchard: Guard, University of Oregon
    6’2”, 190 lbs, 22 years old, from West Linn, OR
    2019-20 season at Oregon: 36.6 minutes per game, 20.5 points per game on 46.8% shooting (41.5% from three, 82.1% from the free throw line), 5.5 assists, 4.3 rebounds, 1.5 steals.
    Four seasons at Oregon: 33.7 minutes per game, 13.5 points per game on 43.7% shooting (37.9
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  • GBB Podcast Network Week in Review: Whenever the Season Returns

    GBB Podcast Network Week in Review: Whenever the Season Returns
    Photo by Joe Murphy/NBAE via Getty Images We’re at the two-month mark. It’s been two months, and though the talks of the season’s return has ramped up, it still feels so far away. There just seems to be so many hoops to go through to return to the NBA season.
    It’s truly crazy...and also possible.
    How can it be become possible? And what are some potential outcomes and plans for the season’s return?
    A few GBB podcasts have you covered here.
    Core 4: Revisionist Grizzt
  • 2020 NBA Draft Profiles: Paul Reed

    2020 NBA Draft Profiles: Paul Reed
    Noah K. Murray-USA TODAY Sports Paul Reed has First Team All Defense potential Paul Reed: Forward, DePaul
    6’9”, 220 lbs, 20 years old, from Orlando, FL
    Three seasons at DePaul; junior year: 31.7 minutes per game, 15.1 points per game on 51.6% percent shooting (30.8% from three, 73.8% from the free throw line) 10.7 rebounds, 2.6 blocks, 1.9 steal, 1.6 assist
    THREE ADVANCED STATS OF STRENGTH: (per Tankathon.com): Defensive Rating (88.8), Defensive Win Share (.100), Defensive Box Plus
  • 2020 NBA Draft Profiles: Ayo Dosunmu

    2020 NBA Draft Profiles: Ayo Dosunmu
    Photo by Michael Hickey/Getty Images A potential dark horse late in the 2nd Round AYO DOSUNMU: Point Guard / Shooting Guard, University of Illinois6’5”, 185 lbs, 20 years old, from Chicago
    Two seasons at Illinois: 32.4 minutes per game, 15.2 points per game on 46% shooting (32.9% from three, 72.6% from the free throw line), 4.2 rebounds, 1.1 steal, 3.3 assist
    THREE STATS OF STRENGTH (per Tankathon.com): Field Goal Pct. (46%),Fouls Per Game (1.8), Defensive Rebounds (3.5)
    THREE STATS
  • Memphis Grizzlies and the return of the NBA Part 2 - Finishing the Race

    Memphis Grizzlies and the return of the NBA Part 2 - Finishing the Race
    Justin Ford-USA TODAY Sports Would the young Grizzlies be able to hang on if the season were to play out? In Part 1 of this trilogy, I ignored the words of my boss and posted the most biased scenario for the Memphis Grizzlies. (Kidding, it was merely coincidental that the most logical scenario is also the most beneficial for Memphis).The following scenario could prove to be the most detrimental for the young Grizzlies and their hopes for a playoff berth. But lets remember, at least from a fan p
  • Grizz Gaming falls after tough battle with Hawks Talon GC

    Grizz Gaming falls after tough battle with Hawks Talon GC
    Photo by Michelle Farsi/NBAE via Getty Images Don’t worry, it’s only week one, but there is reason to worry. Entering night number two of week two, Grizz Gaming would be looking to bounce back from a season debut that ended in a sweep. Taking on (Atlanta) Hawks Talon GC, would Grizz Gaming bounce back?Photo by Michelle Farsi/NBAE via Getty Images
    Game 1:
    In the first quarter, Grizz Gaming and Hawks Talon GC got off to a back and fourth start. Vandi and Goofy continued their good rhy
  • 2020 NBA Draft Profiles: Cassius Winston

    2020 NBA Draft Profiles: Cassius Winston
    Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images Winston could very well be on the board for the Grizzlies. Over the next month, GBB will be profiling various players the Memphis Grizzlies may target in the 2020 NBA Draft. Today, Cassius Winston is the subject as the Grizzlies’ possible selection with the 40th pick.Cassius Winston, Point Guard, Michigan State University
    6’1”, 185 pounds, 22 years old, from Detroit, Michigan
    Four seasons at Michigan State; senior year: 32.7 minutes per game, 1
  • Memphis Grizzlies and The Return of the NBA: Part 1 - Postseason bound

    Memphis Grizzlies and The Return of the NBA: Part 1 - Postseason bound
    Photo by Joe Murphy/NBAE via Getty Images What would a season return look like for Memphis? It has been two months since the Memphis Grizzlies last took the court. Jared Dudley stirred NBA twitter recently hinting at a possible return window for the league:
    2 down ... 1 more month to go.. https://t.co/ZpdvMoxOsM— Jared Dudley (@JaredDudley619) May 11, 2020Who has any idea if Jared Dudley knows what he is talking about, but the window for return may also coincide with the rumor that Adam S
  • Grizz Gaming gets swept in season opening series

    Grizz Gaming gets swept in season opening series
    Photo by Michelle Farsi/NBAE via Getty Images Good News: It’s only the first series of the season Grizz Gaming tipped off their third season of the NBA 2K League on Tuesday night facing a scorching hot Raptors Uprising GC. Would Grizz Gaming get off to the right start?Photo by Alex Nahorniak-Svenski/NBAE via Getty Images
    Game one:
    The first quarter, Grizz Gaming ran some solid pick and roll offense that led to Vandi and Goofy getting the Grizz offense started. After one quarter, Grizz Gam
  • 2020 NBA Draft Profiles: Precious Achiuwa

    2020 NBA Draft Profiles: Precious Achiuwa
    Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports We lead off with an early favorite for steal of the draft! Over the next month, GBB will be profiling various players the Memphis Grizzlies may target in the 2020 NBA Draft. First up, a familiar face in Precious Achiuwa of the Memphis Tigers.
    PRECIOUS ACHIUWA: Forward/Center, University of Memphis6’9”, 223 lbs, 20 years old, from the Bronx, NY
    One season at Memphis: 30.4 minutes per game, 15.8 points per game on 49.3% shooting (32.5% from three, 59.9% f
  • Ja Morant has a long way to go (and that’s exciting)

    Ja Morant has a long way to go (and that’s exciting)
    Photo by Joe Murphy/NBAE via Getty Images What will it take for him to take his game to a possibly unprecedented level? There was a certain beauty in the hilarious vulgarity of the moment when Ja Morant screamed, “tell that bleep bleep about me” at no one in particular after hitting a three in the grill of a lazy James Harden. And the beauty was in the fact that no one should have to be told about Ja Morant anymore, even as he still hasn’t played an entire season in the NBA.If
  • Game Preview: Grizz Gaming Set to Tip-Off Tonight

    Game Preview: Grizz Gaming Set to Tip-Off Tonight
    Photo by Michelle Farsi/NBAE via Getty Images No need to fear, Grizz Gaming is (Finally) here! While all live sporting events remain shut down, the NBA2K League is getting right back to work. The 2K League announced that they would be starting their season off with “at least six weeks of gameplay.”
    Six weeks of live eSports, from 23 2K League teams including your Grizz Gaming. While the young Memphis Grizzlies can’t take the court right now, Grizz Gaming will have you covered
  • Memphis Grizzlies 2020 NBA Draft Primer

    Memphis Grizzlies 2020 NBA Draft Primer
    Photo by Brandon Dill/Getty Images Our 2020 NBA Draft Coverage kicks off with a primer of what Memphis “needs” The NBA season, of course, remains suspended. But if the campaign were indeed still chugging along, the second round of the postseason would be well underway. The elite 8 of the National Basketball Association would be competing for a spot in their respective conference finals...and chances are, one way or another, the Memphis Grizzlies’ season would be over.
    If you&r
  • Salary cap implications in a post-pandemic world

    Salary cap implications in a post-pandemic world
    Photo by Joe Murphy/NBAE via Getty Images Will this negatively impact the Grizzlies’ salary cap flexibility? It has been two months since the NBA halted play, and finally there seems to be some traction on a way forward for the league. It looks promising that Adam Silver, the front offices, and players are trying to do everything they can to start this season back up again. However, there are still hundreds of remaining logistical questions left to be answered if the league does want to r
  • 2017 NBA Re-draft: Where does Dillon Brooks end up?

    2017 NBA Re-draft: Where does Dillon Brooks end up?
    Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports Dillon Brooks fell to the 45th pick in the 2017 draft. If they ran that draft back, he’d probably go a lot higher. Dillon Brooks wasn’t ranked highly coming into the 2017 NBA draft. They knocked him for his lack of size, length, and athleticism. Sports Illustrated and ESPN ranked him at 57, CBS Sports at 53, Bleacher Report at 45, and The Ringer didn’t even have him in their top 60.
    Analysts tend to value upside and physical tools on these big boar
  • Core 4: Revisionist Grizztory - The Chandler Parsons Era

    Core 4: Revisionist Grizztory - The Chandler Parsons Era
    Photo by Chris Elise/NBAE via Getty Images A 2-part Revisionist Grizztory on the biggets free agent signing in franchise history. You knew this one was coming. How could I not run “Revisionist Grizztory” on the biggest, most infamous free agent signing in franchise history, Chandler Parsons?
    It’s such a big moment in Grizzlies history, I had to run two episodes on it.
    For the first one, GBB Site Manager Joe Mullinax joins me to talk about what Chandler Parsons was signed to be
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  • GBB Roundtable: Favorite Grizzlies moments

    GBB Roundtable: Favorite Grizzlies moments
    Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images So many fun ones! The Memphis Grizzlies remain part of a suspended NBA season. That is still the bad news. The good news is that while we all are stuck in this holding pattern waiting for something resembling “normal” life to resume, there is time to continue to reflect on why we fell in love with the teams we support and the games we adore. If you ever took these things for granted before - be honest, you did like the rest of us - those that lived

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