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The Victory Formation:
They are one of the better teams in the NBA, but the Memphis Grizzlies rarely get any love. The lack of attention they receive on SportsCenter make the San Spurs look like rock stars. They are best known for having the ‘other Gasol’ and once being an NBA franchise in Vancouver. But as it stands [...]
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JaVale McGee blocked a whole lot of Grizzly shots — four of ‘em, to be specific — in Denver’s 99-94 victory over Memphis on Friday night. They were all pretty spectacular, but there was one that… well, I don’t want to say it stood out, because that would simply be an understatement. This particular block was profoundly different from the others. Not just the others...
For the past eight years John Hollinger has been covering the NBA for ESPN.com. He's now leaving his job as a coloumnist to be apart of the league he has covered since his online career began in 1996.
Hollinger has accepted a position from the Memphis Grizzlies to become their vice president of basketball operations, reports ESPN.
Hollinger is known for devising the formula...
The Memphis Grizzlies have hired ESPN columnist and basketball sabermetrician John Hollinger to be their vice president of basketball operations. Hollinger, who had been with ESPN since 2005, continues the march of teams across all sports to become more data-driven and analytic by hiring prominent Internet columnists and analysts, including Mike Fast and Kevin Goldstein of Baseball...
Never seen this before in the NBA. Always just thought it was something people did in dunk contests. Check out the video below of Danilo Gallinari throwing a self alley-oop off the backboard last night against the Memphis Grizzlies.
Honestly didn't think Gallinari had anything like that in him. Usually I hate on Euro basketballers (mainly for their bad hair cuts...
The Memphis Grizzlies may not be very jolly, but they're seemingly in a giving mood this holiday season.
The Grizzlies will likely need to take better care of the ball if they're going to avoid a three-game slide and win consecutive road meetings against the Denver Nuggets for the first time Friday night.
Although they still have one of the best records in the league, the...
John Hollinger to Leave ESPN One had to assume it was only a matter of time before a revolutionary figure in the advanced analytical world of basketbal statistics would join an NBA’s team front office. Today that became official. John Hollinger, the inventor of the much used ‘Player Efficiency Rating’ statistic and ESPN’s primary [...]
The Memphis Grizzlies are on their longest slide of the season, and concluding this three-game road trip against the Utah Jazz doesn't seem to be the ideal way to solve it.
The Grizzlies attempt to snap their skid by winning in Salt Lake City for the first time in almost six years Saturday night.
Memphis (14-6) has dropped four of six games this month and three in a row following...