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All games to be simulcast on 92.9-FM ESPN/680 AM ESPN
MEMPHIS, AUGUST 17, 2011 – The Memphis Grizzlies have reached a multi-year radio broadcasting agreement with Entercom Communications to simulcast all Grizzlies games on 92.9 FM ESPN/680 AM ESPN, beginning with the 2011-12 season.
In addition to the live game broadcasts, Grizzlies play-by-play announcer Eric Hasseltine will host a new show on ESPN 92.9 FM ESPN/680 AM ESPN from 2-4 p.m. Monday through Friday, debuting Aug. 22.
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The Memphis Grizzlies have re-signed center Marc Gasol to a multi-year contract, Grizzlies General Manager and Vice President of Basketball Operations Chris Wallace announced today. We’ll post contract details later today.
“We are very happy to re-sign Marc Gasol, who has been one of the pillars of the Grizzlies franchise since his arrival and a true [...]
YES! That was my reaction upon seeing this tweet from The Commercial Appeal in Memphis: Proposed Mayo-McRoberts deal is officially dead, source tells the CA. Mayo told this morning that he won’t be traded anywhere. In what seemed like deja vu, yesterday it was reported the Grizzlies and Pacers had agreed on basically the same [...]
At Hilton Memphis, December 19
The Grizzlies are not only giving the gift of basketball to the Mid-South this holiday season but are doing their part to help make the holidays more joyful for those in need by hosting their Annual Holiday Toy Drive that benefits MIFA’s Holiday Hope Chest on Monday, Dec. 19 from 6-8 p.m. at the Hilton Memphis.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) -- Marc Gasol thought about possibly playing for another team. In the end, he decided to stick with the Memphis Grizzlies for a few more years.
Marc Gasol broke the news himself on Twitter last night, and the Commercial Appeal has the details of the deal: “Gasol, 26, accepted a four-year deal worth $57.7 million — the maximum the Grizzlies could offer. He’ll be paid a starting salary of $12.9 million with a 7.5 percent raise in each year of the deal. The contract is conventional, meaning there are no player or team...
MEMPHIS, December 13, 2011 – The Memphis Grizzlies waived Jared Reiner, Grizzlies General Manager and Vice President of Basketball Operations Chris Wallace announced today.Reiner, a 6-11, 255-pound center, holds NBA career averages of 1.2 points and 2.4 rebounds in 46 games (four starts) over two seasons with the Chicago Bulls (2004-05) and Milwaukee Bucks (2006-07). The 29-year...
The Memphis Grizzlies and center Marc Gasol agreed to a multi-year deal on Wednesday.
The Memphis Grizzlies have signed center Marc Gasol to a new contract, keeping intact the core of a team that made the Western Conference semifinals last spring.
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Rudy Gay and MTV‘s Fantasy Factory co-star Drama work together to end the NBA lockout. Here is the first meeting of the minds between these two young power players. Check Drama skating in Nike Marty McFlys and Rudy on a mini dirt bike.
You can debate the strength of the 2011 free agent class, but there is no doubt that Nene and Marc Gasol were the top 2 free agent. Nene has resigned with the Denver Nuggets while Gasol resigned with the Memphis Grizzlies.
The Nuggets re-signed Nene to a five-year deal, that might be up to $67 million. Lots of teams pursed Nene like the Nets, Rockets, and Pacers but...
O.J. Mayo Mayo returned to Memphis on point in more ways than one.
It looked like a done deal, but the trade that would have sent O.J. Mayo to the Pacers and Josh McRoberts to the Grizzlies is dead, according to tweets from the Memphis Commercial Appeal. What’s more, Mayo was told he would not be traded anywhere. The fact that the Grizzlies Xavier Henry is out for…