Found January 17, 2013 on Beyond The Buzzer:
Pit bull trainer and founder of Villalobos Rescue Center, Tia Torres, visits Memphis to meet up with pit bull lover and Memphis Grizzlies star, Zach Randolph. Together they meet Lucky, who is later nicknamed Z-Bo/Grizzly, after being found in a drainage pipe who Torres brings back to her shelter to find a good home for:

Zach Randolph Admits Trade Rumors “Definitely” Affecting Teams Recent Struggles

There is, however, a human nature factor to constant trade talks, according to veteran forward Zach Randolph, who also has been discussed in potential deals. “We’re mentally up and down,” Randolph said. “We have to focus on us being together and play with confidence. All this trade talk definitely has something to do with (the team’s psyche), but it’s the business of...

Zach Randolph's back injury will keep him out Friday

Zach Randolph missed shoot around and will miss Friday night's game against the Sacramento Kings, according to Grizz sideline reporter Rob Fischer. The Memphis Grizzlies power forward injured his back in Wednesday night's loss to the San Antonio Spurs. He's considered day-to-day. Marreese Speights will get fill-in duty (6.6 points, 4.8 rebounds and .7 blocks in...

Zach Randolph will try to play Saturday against Chicago

Zach Randolph expects to play Saturday against the Chicago Bulls. A sore back forced the Memphis Grizzlies power forward to miss Friday night's win over the Sacramento Kings, snapping a three-game losing streak. The Memphis Commercial Appeal reported that Z-Bo would try to play Saturday. He injured his back in Wednesday against  the San Antonio Spurs. Marreese Speights...

Report: Grizzlies Leaked Rudy Gay To Phoenix Trade Rumor To Generate More Offers

Source with a team interested in Rudy Gay: the Gay-for-Jared Dudley/Michael Beasley deal was leaked in order to generate more offers from around the league. The response when other GMs heard about the offer was, “Hey, we can do better than that.” The Grizzlies, if they are going to move Gay, want a young SF on a smaller contract and a draft pick. The Wizards, as has been reported...

Grizzlies-Bulls Preview

The Memphis Grizzlies got the best of the Chicago Bulls in a low-scoring affair last month. Points could be even harder to come by this time around if Zach Randolph and Luol Deng can't play. Memphis' Randolph and Chicago's Deng are both uncertain to be available Saturday night in what sets up as a defensive battle at the United Center. Randolph had 10 points and 15...

Screengrab Snafu: Spurs beat Grizzlies by 951 points

Last night's San Antonio Spurs-Memphis Grizzlies game did not end in overtime like their first two meetings but it did result in San Antonio smacking Memphis 103-82. Those 103 points just go to show this Spurs team has a potent offense and gone are the days of Spurs' slow-down, grind it out basketball. Throughout this season, the Spurs show they can be a scoring machine...

Grizzlies 85, Kings 69

MEMPHIS -- It wasn't a masterpiece, but who cares when you've been hammered by an average of almost 23 points per game in a three-game losing streak? The Memphis Grizzlies, with all five starters scoring in double figures, led almost start to finish in an 85-69 victory over the Sacramento Kings Friday night in FedExForum. The balanced scoring, led by center Marc Gasol...

Conley's 19 points lead Grizzlies past Kings

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) -- Mike Conley scored 19 points, Marc Gasol added 18 points and 10 rebounds and the Memphis Grizzlies snapped a three-game losing streak with an 85-69 victory over the Sacramento Kings on Friday night. All five Memphis starters were in double figures as Tony Allen had 14 points and nine rebounds, plus six assists, Rudy Gay scored 15 points and Marreese Speights...

Gilbert Arenas drops Chinese defender with jab step (Video)

For those of you wondering what former Washington Wizards guard Gilbert Arenas is up to these days, Gilbert is playing in the Chinese Basketball Association with the Shanghai Sharks.During a recent Sharks game, Gilbert send a defender to the ground with a nasty jab step that caused fans in attendance to freak out: Agent Zero, anyone? (Courtesy of It's Always Sunny in Detroit)

Grizzlies beat up on Kings

MEMPHIS -- It had been almost five seasons since the Memphis Grizzlies lost three consecutive games by 20 or more points each as they did in the last week. And considering this was a team that started the season 12-2 as the surprise of the Western Conference, the sudden tailspin appeared to be alarming. But it wasn't anything that a closed team meeting, a couple of practices...

Randolph Admits Grizzlies Bothered By Trade Rumors

The Grizzlies have lost their last three games by 20 points or more.

Trading Youth for Age: A Losing Formula for a Rebuilding Team

Earlier this week, rumors surfaced that the Wizards entered the Rudy Gay bidding battle, making what was reportedly a “good” offer to Memphis.  Shortly thereafter, The Memphis Commercial Appeal published an article stating that Washington’s offer would have included Wizards rookie Bradley Beal. Although the rumor of Beal being packaged was quickly extinguished by Beal’s...

Kings-Grizzlies Preview

Given how well the Memphis Grizzlies have played this season, it's no surprise coach Lionel Hollins is baffled by their current losing streak. Looking to avoid a season-high fourth straight defeat, the Grizzlies hope to turn things around and continue their home dominance of the Sacramento Kings on Friday night. Memphis (24-13) is among the top four teams in the Western Conference...
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