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One of my favorite things to track down here on That NBA Lottery Pick is playoff anthems created by either famous musicians or the fans of the certain team.
The latest one that has come to my attention is this one called “We Don’t Bluff” done by DJ Paul (Most notably remembered for his work with “Three 6 Mafia).
Overall, I think it’s a pretty hot track:
DJ Paul records anthem for Memphis Grizzlies [Los That Sports Blog]
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During the third quarter of tonight's game 5 match-up between the Grizzlies and the Thunder, former Celtic Tony Allen accidentally flung a blue warm-up jersey from the sidelines while OKC's Derek Fisher launched a corner shot. The basket didn't go in, but the officials counted it and penalized Allen with a technical foul. The chain of events was part of a 15-4 Thunder...
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At 2 AM, Memphis Grizzlies fans gathered at Memphis International Airport to greet the team as they arrived back home after defeating the Oklahoma City Thunder to advance to the Western Conference Finals for the first time in franchise history. The crowd exchanged chants of “Let’s Go Grizzlies” and “We Don’t Bluff” before breaking into “Z-Bo” cheer as the forward...
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