Found July 22, 2012 on
Tony Wroten Jr. may struggle to carve out minutes in the Grizzlies rotation.
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Memphis Grizzlies guard Jeremy Pargo crossed up the Wizards defense with a sensational spin and dish off to forward Mitchelll Watt. Pargo finished the night with 16 points and seven assists
This has to be one of the top NBA Summer League plays.
We haven’t heard much from Jeremy Pargo since his days at Gonzaga. Recently though, Pargo had an incredible play in a NBA summer league game. Right now Pargo is a member of the Memphis Grizzlies but he is very unlikely to their roster during the season. Still though Pargo made an increbile play during a recent summer league game.
Pargo had the ball at the top of three...
It’s only Summer League? Yeah, I hear you, but did that make the rim any larger for second-year Grizzly Josh Selby? If not, then consider me nearly as impressed as whoever it was that gave him a third-place vote for Rookie of the Year. I don’t give a sh!t what league you’re playing in… to shoot 55.7% from the floor over a span of five games whilst averaging 24 a night...
Probably one of the biggest concerns for Team USA heading into training camp and preparing for the long road to London was the ongoing injury woes that plagued the team coming off of a shortened and grueling NBA season.
They re-tooled, re-charged and are now re-focused as the team to beat at the 2012 Olympics, which tips-off in six days.
The injury concerns, however...
The Power Balance roster has just gotten a little bigger.
Power Balance, the company who is probably best known for their creation and distribution of its Power Balance Performance silicone wristband, has added Memphis Grizzles Forward Rudy Gay to its list of athlete endorsers.
"Rudy will be a phenomenal addition to our team. He's a dynamic player with superb skills,"...
Another year, another NBA Las Vegas Summer League in the books. Damian Lillard from the Blazers (26.5 pts, 4 rebs, 5.3 asst) and Josh Selby of the Grizzlies (24.2 pts, 56% FG, 64% 3-pt) were named co-MVP’s. The Warriors were the only undefeated team (5-0) while the Celtics, Pistons, Bobcats, Mavericks, Rockets, Bucks, T-Wolves, [...]