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Lately Grizzlies guard Tony Allen has been finding himself in the news for all of the wrong reasons. Last week he lost $20,000 of Christmas gifts after his mother returned a rental car with the goods still in it. And tonight, Allen apparently ran into some more family related issues. It looks as if some members of his mom’s side *cough cough Uncle Ice* were complaining about a...
Shane Battier appears to be taking his shaved head, fist-pumping, timely treys and terribly effective hacking -- excuse me, defense -- to South Beach. He announced the news with a simple tweet "Let's Go Heat!!!!" He also referenced Jimmy Buffet's "Trying to Reason with Hurricane Season."
We probably won't know the details of the contract any sooner...
The Grizzlies will officially start the regular season Dec. 26 at San Antonio and then host Oklahoma City Dec. 28 for their home opener in FedExForum, according to the NBA schedule that was released tonight.
The first NBA free agent domino to fall was Memphis Grizzlies forward Shane Battier who decided to join the evil empire better known as the Miami Heat.Battier decided to make the announcement on Twitter and went with a Jimmy Buffet reference to tell the world of where he was going:(Courtesy of Shane Battier Twitter)
Leon Powe went to the L.A. Defenders’ NBA D-League game Monday night and told ESPN’s Dave McMenamin he is looking at two teams — the Boston Celtics and Memphis Grizzlies.Considering they have nearly nothing to spend, the Celtics could probably do worse than Powe. Sure, he has played just 50 games since leaving the Celtics two full seasons ago. His knees are more beat up than...
Show will air on SportsSouth, Dec. 13-25
MEMPHIS, Dec. 7, 2011 – As anticipation builds for the 2011-12 NBA season, the Memphis Grizzlies are set to air Memphis Grizzlies: A Season To Believe. The 30-minute television special, which highlights the 2011-12 Grizzlies’ historic 10th Season In Memphis, will air a total of eight times on SportSouth from Dec. 13-25 leading up...
Shane Battier was reportedly considering four teams as his free agent destination for the upcoming season: the Grizzlies, Pacers, Raptors, and Heat. The Pacers and Raptors aren’t exactly relevant these days, and while Memphis is on the rise after making an exciting run in the playoffs last year, the veteran known for his defensive ability…
Later today, the full 2011-2012 66-game NBA season will be announced on NBA TV. The San Antonio Spurs however, may have found out which team they will most likely play to open the season, and that is the team which ousted them in last year's opening round playoff series -- the Memphis Grizzlies (via Commercial Appeal).
The Memphis Grizzlies are expected to open the regular...
Shane Battier used his Twitter account this morning to announce that he’ll sign with the Miami Heat.
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Shane Battier's new office will be situated at AmericanAirlines Arena in Miami.
Almost every morning for eight months, an NBA player wakes up, makes his breakfast, gets in his car, pulls into the lot or garage, checks in with his co-workers, participates in a meeting or two, then gets down to business.
For the fan, an NBA franchise might be a roster...
Free agent forward Shane Battier says he will sign with the Miami Heat. Battier announced his decision in a series of posts to his Twitter account Thursday morning. The 33-year-old is entering his 10th NBA season, having previously played for Memphis and Houston. For his career, Battier has averaged 9.6 points and 4.7 rebounds.
Free agent forward Shane Battier, whom the Bulls showed minor interest in, posted on his Twitter account that he plans to sign with the Miami Heat on Friday.
Shane Battier said at this point in his career, he only wants "a winning role."