Found December 27, 2012 on
Outside the Boxscore:
It's not often that we see an NBA big man go behind-the-back in a game but that's what Memphis Grizzlies center Marc Gasol did last night.
The below clip shows him putting the ball behind-his-back and finishing with a spin move that leads to a made fadeaway jumper:
Poor LaVoy Allen...didn't even see it coming...
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AROUND THE WEB
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) -- Rudy Gay, the Memphis Grizzlies' leading scorer, was not with the team for Wednesday night's game against the Philadelphia 76ers.
Team officials listed "personal reasons" as to why he was absent. No other information was immediately available.
Memphis last played on Saturday at Houston before taking three days off for the Christmas break...
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Today, I could write a nice “I told you so” piece on Dorell
Wright being inserted into the Philadelphia 76ers’ starting lineup, but I’m not
Instead I’m too cynical right now of a team that’s just
14-15 overall and has shot just 44 percent from the field while scoring just
93.6 points per game this season. To add onto all of...
MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- For 17 straight games, Dorrell Wright didn't score in double figures. But in the last four games prior to Wednesday night's game against the Memphis Grizzlies, he showed signs of life averaging 15 points. Against Memphis, Wright had liftoff in the FedExForum, exploding for 26 points as the 76ers hammered the Rudy Gay-less Grizzlies, 99-89. Gay wasn...
Making His Marc
Tonight in Memphis, the below .500 Sixers took the floor on the second game of an 8-game road trip against a Grizzly squad that's been one of the better teams in the West this year. They were without starting shooting guard Jason Richardson, who has given them much more than expected this year, and with second-year center Lavoy Allen in the lineup at center...