Category: Memphis Grizzlies

Tony Allen, Memphis Grizzlies Seek First-Round Revenge Against the Clippers

Friday, April 19th, 2013

For the second straight year, the Memphis Grizzlies will take on the Los Angeles Clippers in the first round of the NBA Playoffs. Last year, the Grizzlies had home-court advantage but lost. This year, the Clippers have the advantage and Memphis' Tony Allen says the Grizzlies need to land the ...

Mike Conley Steps Up His Game for the Memphis Grizzlies

Friday, April 5th, 2013

Nobody seemed to know exactly what was going to go on in Memphis when the Grizzlies dealt Rudy Gay and others in the middle of the season. Even point guard Mike Conley admits he was a little nervous. However, Conley has stepped up recently, the Grizzlies have clinched a playoff ...

Tayshaun Prince Says He Was Shocked by the Trade but it has His Blood Flowing Again

Wednesday, February 13th, 2013

When the Memphis Grizzlies traded Rudy Gay, there weren't too many people happy about the deal in Memphis. Head coach Lionel Hollins voiced his frustration as did some of the players. However, one player that it all works out for is Tayshaun Prince. The 32-year-old former NBA Champion was stuck in ...

Rudy Gay Takes Parting Shots at the Grizzlies, Says Raptors Are One Piece Away

Wednesday, February 6th, 2013

The Toronto Raptors pulled off somewhat of a blockbuster deal last week, acquiring Rudy Gay from the fire-selling Memphis Grizzlies in exchange for Jose Calderon, Ed Davis and a second-round pick as part of a three-team deal with the Detroit Pistons. And now the second-place Grizzlies are in flux, while ...

Grizzlies CEO Jason Levien on the Rudy Gay Trade: “We Think we Took a Step Forward”

Friday, February 1st, 2013

The Memphis Grizzlies have new ownership and they have new faces in their front office, and those new faces have made some changes to what looked like a championship-contending team in the Western Conference. And perhaps not for the better. A few weeks ago, the Grizzlies made an under-the-radar deal that ...

John Hollinger Gives Up Writing Columns to Join Memphis Grizzlies’ Front Office

Wednesday, December 19th, 2012

I think you've got to give the Memphis Grizzlies some props for thinking a little bit outside the box. The team went out and hired former ESPN columnist John Hollinger as its new vice president of basketball operations. It's a new-school move, as Hollinger was knowing for his Player Efficiency ...

Charles Barkley Is Adamant That The Brooklyn Nets Are The Best Team In New York And Feels Phil Jackson Was Disrespected

Tuesday, November 27th, 2012

It's been a little while since we heard from Charles Barkley here on SRI. The NBA on TNT analyst drops in to discuss his initial feelings on the season so far. Sir Charles is a big fan of the Brooklyn Nets and they didn't disappoint him by beating the New York ...

Zach Randolph Picks Up $25,000 Fine, Calls Himself “A Jacking Dude” When it Comes to Fighting

Wednesday, November 21st, 2012

Zach Randolph didn't beat up Kendrick Perkins, but it seems pretty clear the Memphis big man feels confident in his fighting skills if it would have come to blows. Randolph describes growing up getting into brawls, but his latest fine came despite there being no punches thrown. He and Perkins ...

Rudy Gay Does Not Like the Los Angeles Clippers

Monday, October 8th, 2012

The Memphis Grizzlies and Rudy Gay have some unfinished business this season. The Grizz won 41 games last year, earned the number four seed in the Western Conference and had exactly what they wanted in the playoffs, game seven on their own home floor against the Los Angeles Clippers. Memphis ...

Marc Gasol Claims It’s Not In Spain’s DNA To Intentionally Lose to Brazil, Believes A Disciplined Team Can Beat USA

Friday, August 10th, 2012

Earlier this week Spain was at the center of an Olympic controversy with many in the media wondering if the team intentionally threw a game against Brazil in the 4th quarter on the final day of group play. The loss cost Spain the top seed in the group, which in ...