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For the first time in franchise history, the Memphis Grizzlies reached the conference finals and stood four games away from teh NBA Finals. Unfortunately the familiar tune of a sweep -- something longtime Grizzlies fans know all too well -- ended their Playoff run.
Sure, Memphis certainly benefited from Russell Westbrook's absence and Oklahoma City having to figure out how to replace a major part of its offense. But still, Mike Conley, Zach Randolph and Marc Gasol running their way through the Western Conference was a sight for sore eyes and this gritty, defensive-minded team had a lot of attitude and personality. One that resonated.
Of course the Spurs and their 3-point shooting resonated too.
To counter and see if the Grizzlies can get to that next level, they have brought back perhaps the best 3-point shooter in the franchise's history. Recently amnestied Mike Miller signed a deal with the Grizzlies for the veteran's minimum, the Grizzlies having reportedl...
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The Memphis Grizzlies Mike Miller is still excited about playing basketball. Miller told the Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel that despite rumors, he is
Miller has agreed to a two-year deal with the Grizzlies after the Miami Heat used the amnesty exemption on him to avoid luxury tax penalties.
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The Memphis Grizzlies have agreed to terms on a three-year deal with Jamaal Franklin.
Franklin was the 41st overall pick in the 2013 NBA Draft out of San Diego State.
The third year of Franklin's deal will be a team option.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- Tony Allen made his first public appearance Friday since he re-upped with the Memphis Grizzlies on a four-year deal earlier in July, setting the nine-year veteran shooting guard up to retire right where he says he wants to. Allen spoke with media before closing out his third annual Grit And Grind Basketball Skills Academy at Colonial Park United Methodist Church...
It looks like the Memphis Grizzlies have landed free agent sharp shooter Mike Miller, although nothing has been formally announced yet.
Miller has confirmed to The Associated Press that he has indeed agreed to a deal with Memphis according to ESPN.com. The report is that Miller singed a two-year deal to return to the Grizzlies where he played from 2002-03’ to 2007-08’.
Tony Allen would welcome Delonte West if the Memphis Grizzlies sign the free agent guard.
Allen brought it up on Twitter in reply to a post about the Grizzlies’ needs.
"Everybody knows what the Grizzlies need until they get out there and put on a uniform,” Allen said. “I responded to one of them. They said we needed a back-up point guard. He’s available. I would love...
Tony Allen has an idea of who should give Delonte West another chance in the NBA…his Memphis Grizzlies.
Allen replied to a fan’s tweet suggesting the Grizzlies sign the maligned point guard to a veteran’s minimum contract.
@CamOnGriz delonte west
— Tony Allen (@aa000G9) July 25, 2013
@Trisity_ @CamOnGriz. Yea
— Tony Allen (@aa000G9) July 25, 2013
Oklahoma City guard Russell Westbrook has been spending this offseason recovering from knee surgery.
Instead of showing his progress of getting his moves back on the basketball court, Westbrook is doing it on the dance floor as seen in this recent Instagram video.
Westbrook suffered a torn meniscus against the Houston Rockets in Game 2 of the first round of the NBA playoffs...
The Memphis Grizzlies have claimed Josh Akognon off waivers.
Akognon was waived by the Dallas Mavericks to clear cap space.
Akognon was impressive in Summer League with the Mavericks.
According to ESPN’s Marc Stein, 13-year NBA veteran, Mike Miller has agreed to sign with the Memphis Grizzlies.
The 33-year-old guard/forward averaged 4.8 points and 2.7 rebounds in 15 minutes per game for the Heat this season – also contributing 3.4 points and 1.9 rebounds in 17 postseason games as Miami won the 2013 NBA championship.
Miller played for Memphis from 2002-2008...
Thanks to the world of Instagram video, we know what Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook is doing in his spare time.
He is working on his awesome dance moves….
Oklahoma City Thunder: Best and Worst Moves of the Off Season
By Jordan Van Beek: Hoopstuff Writer
Needs: C, Bench Scoring
Need Analysis: The Thunder were the number one seed last season, but couldn’t make it to the Finals, due to Russell Westbrook’s season ending injury. The only thing the Thunder really need this off season is a center who can have more of an impact in games...