TONY ALLEN RUMORS & GOSSIP
In the Grizzlies' 107-91 victory over the Clippers on Sunday, Memphis guard Tony Allen successfully converted Rajon Rondo's fake behind-the-back pass for a scoop layup maneuver, blowing by another former Celtic, Glen 'Big Baby' Davis in the process:Not to be outdone, Rondo also pulled off his move against the Trail Blazer's LaMarcus Aldridge: Your browser does...
Memphis Grizzlies swingman Tony Allen channeled his inner Rajon Rondo faking out Glen Davis with snazzy behind-the-back fake and layup. Is it possible we all underrated the Grizzlies a one of the best teams in the league this season? Seems like it.
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For all the wincing we do when Tony Allen shoots, he still gets it done. Against the L.A. Clippers, TA worked his way to 12 points, including 4-4 from the free throw line. All photos courtesy of Warren Roseborough.
With the battles the Grizzlies and the L. A. Clippers have had over the past few seasons, you’d think this would be a marquee matchup between two NBA title contenders...
NBA.com reports that Memphis Grizzlies guard Tony Allen was fined $15,000 for striking a camera on Monday night vs. the New Orleans Pelicans. Allen intentionally hit the camera in anger after being called for a foul but was not attempting to harm the camera man.
Allen quickly apologize to the camera man and gave him an autographed basketball after the game. Despite the controversy...
MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- The NBA has fined Grizzlies guard Tony Allen $15,000 for intentionally striking a camera on the baseline during Memphis' win over New Orleans.
The league announced the fine Tuesday.
Allen struck the camera with 10:01 left in the third quarter Monday night of the Grizzlies' 93-81 win over the Pelicans in Memphis.
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Memphis Grizzlies guard Tony Allen was unhappy with a foul call on Monday night, so he decided to take it out on a cameraman. After Allen fouled New Orleans Pelicans center Omer Asik, he walked over to photographer Bo Bradley, who was sitting under the basket, and yelled “Why?!” into his camera. He then smacked...Read More
TweetMemphis Grizzlies guard Tony Allen has a reputation of being a hard-nosed competitor. But in Monday’s game against the Pelicans is going to cost him a hefty amount of money.
After being called for a foul in the third quarter, Allen was noticeably frustrated and proceeded to yell into and smack a cameraman’s lens, while the cameraman was still holding it. Watch:
Tony Allen was fussy during the third quarter of the Grizzlies’ 93-81 win over the Pelicans on Tuesday night and took some frustration out on a poor baseline cameraman. While the swat does not appear to be malicious, it will still be interesting to see if the league slaps Allen with a small fine for
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