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Typically when you are watching a NBA game, you see players attempt all types of deep shots when the buzzer is about to sound. So during Game 1 of the Western Conference semi-finals between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Memphis Grizzlies, Quincy Pondexter found himself throwing up a prayer as time in the quarter was expiring. It just so happened to get answered in the form of the buzzer-beater you see below. Thanks to NBA Mistress for the footage.
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Grizzlies' Marc Gasol was amped up during a scramble for the ball versus the Thunder in Game 1 of their series late in the game.
With the Grizzlies clinging onto a narrow lead and the Thunder charging back, Gasol was fighting for a rebound so much that he went tumbling to the court after trying to save it from sailing out of bounds.
However in the process, he took out...
MEMPHIS, Tenn. The Memphis Grizzlies playoff tickets for Games 3 and 4 (Home Games 1 and 2) of the Western Conference Semifinals matchup against Oklahoma City Thunder will go on sale Monday, May 6 at Noon, CT. In addition, MVP Season Ticket Holders will have the opportunity to purchase tickets in advance during a pre-sale event at 10 a.m. on that Monday. Dates and times of home...
Memphis Grizzlies forward Zach Randolph was ejected from his team's Game 6 win over the Los Angeles Clippers on Friday night.
Recently, the world was blessed with footage of Tony Allen’s karaoke performance of everyone’s favorite 1995 number-one hit song “This is How We Do it”.
Has this towering Memphis Grizzlies guard-forward found a new career path? Or does he not have the musical chops to make it big? If you ask me, it’s the ladder. But please judge for yourself and check out the video below…Tony...
Lionel Hollins doesn't want to hear it.
The Thunder are without Russell Westbrook, who is out after undergoing knee surgery, as they face Hollins' Grizzlies in the Western Conference semifinals, but he can't dwell on who is in or who is out of Oklahoma City's lineup.
''I'm not worried about who they have or don't have," Hollins said. "...
Julio Jones may play in Atlanta, but his NBA allegiance apparently lies in Tennessee.
During Friday's NBA playoff game between the Clippers and Grizzlies, a Redditor captured the Falcons' Pro Bowl receiver hanging out with Memphis' mascot, Grizz.
The Grizzlies closed out the series with a 118-105 win over Los Angeles, doing so in front of a crazed sell-out crowd...
Stay classy, Memphis. Thanks to GAMEDAYR for the photo.
As time was running down in game one of the Western Conference Semifinals between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Memphis Grizzlies, Memphis lead by one and had the ball with a chance to extend their lead. After a turnover by Mike Conley, Thunder forward Kevin Durant had the ball in his hands with a chance to give the Thunder the lead and didn’t dissapoint as he drained the eventual...
The Memphis Grizzlies won four straight games after going down o-2 to the Los Angeles Clippers, and advanced to the second round of the NBA Playoffs and will now face the Oklahoma City Thunder.
During Game 6 last night, the Grizzlies coasted to victory and naturally some tempers flaired and things started to get physical. Not only did Chris Paul get ejected, but big men Zach Randolph...
There are few things more entertaining than watching NBA player dive into the stands and during game one of the Western Conference Finals between the Memphis Grizzlies/Oklahoma City Thunder, Marc Gasol went into the seats trying to knock the ball off OKC center Kendrick Perkins.
As Gasol landed near the photographers and Thunder owner Clay Bennett, referee Bill Kennedy became part...
Tweet Chris Paul is arguably the best point guard in the NBA. His clutch performance, leadership ability, and ability to attack defenses in so many ways make his incredibly versatile and dangerous. In game six of the Clippers series with the Grizzlies, Paul unleashed an absolutely nasty dribble-fake on Quincy Pondexter: It legitimately looks like [...]
Game 1 of the second round match up between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Memphis Grizzlies took place today at Chesapeake Energy Arena.
The Grizzlies lead for virtually the entire game, but the Thunder battled back in the fourth quarter and found themselves down by one with time winding down and the ball in Kevin Durant’s hand.
Watch the video to see what happened next:
The Oklahoma City Thunder and Memphis Grizzlies are ready to rumble again.
Two years after slugging it out in a Western Conference semifinal series that went the full seven games, the two rough-and-tumble rivals will square off again starting in Game 1 in Oklahoma City on Sunday.
The Thunder prevailed against Memphis in the last playoff series, which featured a triple-overtime...