Found January 05, 2012 on Detroit Free Press:
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The Memphis Grizzlies were the surprise of the NBA last summer, riding Zach Randolph's broad shoulders to within one win of the Western Conference finals. If they hope to build on that momentum this season, they'll have to do it without their burly power forward and unquestioned leader for the next two months.
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