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Per the Commercial Appeal, there appears to be common interest between free agent forward Josh McRoberts and the Memphis Grizzlies: “Josh McRoberts is on the Grizzlies’ radar — again. The 6-10 power forward/center, whom the Griz attempted to acquire in a trade with the Indiana Pacers last season, is an unrestricted free agent. Griz general manager Chris Wallace contacted McRoberts’ agent, Mike Conley Sr., last week when the NBA allowed team executives to talk with player agents. There is mutual interest, according to league sources, although no deals can be agreed upon until the collective bargaining agreement is finalized. The league’s agreement with the union is expected to be completed by Friday when training camps are scheduled to open. McRoberts, 24, is also drawing interest from the Los Angeles Lakers after having spent the past three seasons playing for the Pacers.”
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The Pacers are receiving competition to sign Josh McRoberts from the Grizzlies, Hornets and Lakers.
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30-year old Zach Randolph just keeps getting better and the Grizzlies hope that trend continues. He played in 75 games (74 starts) for the Grizzlies last year and he averaged 36.3 minutes, 20.1 points, 12.2 rebounds and 2.2 assists per game. Randolph has now played in 662 games (534 starts) in his NBA career so far and he is averaging 31.7 minutes, 17.6 points, 9.2 rebounds and...
The Memphis Grizzlies announced today that Bob Thornton and Lloyd Pierce will complete head coach Lionel Hollins’ staff as an assistant (Thornton) and player development coach (Pierce).
With almost 30 years of collegiate and professional basketball experience as a player, scout and coach, Thornton comes to Memphis after spending the past four seasons (2007-11) as an [...]
The Grizzlies will officially start the regular season Dec. 26 at San Antonio and then host Oklahoma City Dec. 28 for their home opener in FedExForum, according to the NBA schedule that was released tonight.
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Many had expected the Thunder to aggressively pursue Shane Battier as well, but that hasn't happened.
Leon Powe went to the L.A. Defenders’ NBA D-League game Monday night and told ESPN’s Dave McMenamin he is looking at two teams — the Boston Celtics and Memphis Grizzlies.Considering they have nearly nothing to spend, the Celtics could probably do worse than Powe. Sure, he has played just 50 games since leaving the Celtics two full seasons ago. His knees are more beat up than...
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Later today, the full 2011-2012 66-game NBA season will be announced on NBA TV. The San Antonio Spurs however, may have found out which team they will most likely play to open the season, and that is the team which ousted them in last year's opening round playoff series -- the Memphis Grizzlies (via Commercial Appeal).
The Memphis Grizzlies are expected to open the regular...
Pacers rugged free agent defensive center Jeff Foster has become the Knicks’ top priority with their $5 million mid-level exception, and former team president Donnie Walsh can earn his consulting fee if he can convince Foster to leave Indiana.
According to league sources, Walsh, who drafted Foster in 1999 for...
The Indiana Pacers will open the preseason hosting the Chicago Bulls in a rematch of the first-round playoff series. The game will be Dec. 16 at 7 p.m. at Conseco Fieldhouse. It will be the first chance for fans to see Indianapolis native George Hill in a Pacers uniform since he was traded to Indiana on draft day.
The Indiana Pacers won't have to wait long for rematch against the Chicago Bulls, who knocked them out of the playoffs last season.
In a rematch of last season's first-round playoff series, the Chicago Bulls and Indiana Pacers will play home-and-home exhibition games this month.
Mike Wells, who covers the Indiana Pacers for The Indianapolis Star; Gary Washburn, national NBA reporter at the Boston Globe; and Paul Coro, Phoenix Suns beat reporter at the Arizona Republic, had a roundtable discussion this week about the state of the league, winners and losers from the impending labor deal and other key topics as pro basketball returns.