The Portland Trail Blazers have signed Darius Morris to a non-guaranteed camp contract.
Morris has played on four NBA teams since being picked in the second round of the 2011 NBA Draft.
Morris played for the Los Angeles Clippers, Philadelphia 76ers and Memphis Grizzlies.
As we inch closer and closer to a can’t-miss regular season, the Western Conference continues to look as deep and competitive as any this league has ever seen. Quick question: on April 1, would you have rather had the Phoenix Suns or the Indiana Pacers? … See what I mean? If you’ve seen Game of […]
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MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) The Memphis Grizzlies have signed their second-round draft pick Jarnell Stokes to a multi-year contract.
The Grizzlies did not disclose the terms Monday. The Commercial Appeal reports it's a three-year deal worth more than $2.5 million for the 35th pick overall.
The 6-foot-9, 263-pound Stokes was drafted by Utah in June and traded to Memphis on draft night...
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Known for his electrifying dimes and ankle-breaking crossovers, point guard Jason Williams, aka “White Chocolate” was pure entertainment throughout his 14-year NBA career.
“White Chocolate” electrified the league upon making his debut in 1998.
Making his NBA debut in 1998 following a suspension from the University of Florida, Williams was a thrill to witness from the beginning...
Al Sharpton claimed he had no idea who Gilbert Arenas was and frankly from the video it looked sincere, which only enraged Arenas more because Sharpton had a lot to say about Arenas in 2010.
Here is what Arenas had to say via Jocks and Stiletto Jill.
I’m glad you remember who I was, opening your mouth before the facts came out, I did not point a gun at my teammate. For a matter...
Former NBA player Gilbert Arenas went in on civil rights activist Al Sharpton earlier this week. Arenas was critical of Sharpton’s involvement in the civil unrest taking place in a St Louis suburb following the shooting death of Michael Brown, an unarmed black teen by police.
Arenas referred to Sharpton as a “Thot” and a “Coon.” TMZ cameras caught up with Sharpton who...
Memphis Grizzlies: Trade For Marcus Morris?
By Troy Tauscher: Staff Writer @ Hoopstuff…
Grizzlies get: Marcus Morris, 2015 first round pick
Suns get: Kosta Koufos
Despite making it to the playoffs and putting up a good fight in the first round, the Grizzlies need to keep improving if they hope to survive in the West. They are a talented team, but they lack outside scoring. One...
At a party in Scranton over the weekend, I got into a debate with a few of my friends about Vince Carter's Hall of Fame credentials. My boy P and I both felt as though VC was hands down a Hall of Fame caliber player, while two of my other buddies didn't think so.VC image from johnchidleyhill.comWe went back and forth for a while, trading statistics and situations reinforcing...
It shows that Al Sharpton didn’t even know that Gilbert Arenas had said such things.
Al Sharpton was very well spoken in this video. Take a look at it.
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Former Boston Celtics and Author, Keyon Dooling, made a special guest appearance on TC Sports Talk Radio hosted by Tyler Candelaria in New York to promote his acclaimed new novel ‘What’s Driving You??? How I Overcame Abuse And Learned To Lead In The NBA‘.
The inspirational 34-year-old touched on unceremoniously retiring from the NBA due to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder...
It is obvious that Al Sharpton has no idea who Gilbert Arenas is or what he said about him (you can read Arenas’ comments here). Sharpton does address all the critics who say he is an ambulance chaser and causes more harm than good in situations like the one happening in Ferguson, MO.
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The death of Michael Brown has caused unrest in St. Louis with protesters hurling Molotov cocktails at police. Of course Al Sharpton found time to not help. Gilbert Arenas took to the internet to warn residents to a) stop it and b) stay away from Sharpton. BSO grabbed some screenshots.Follow us on Twitter for exclusive stories, Subscribe by Email, or Return Home
Over the weekend, an unarmed, college-bound 18-year-old was gunned down by Missouri police. The incident sparked off a community revolt, that included looting and riots by some individuals. Former NBA player Gilbert Arenas is speaking out against riots and coming for activist Al Sharpton too, calling him a “THOT looking for attention.”
Gilbert vented his frustration over...
Gilbert Arenas was a pioneering social media presencebefore Joel Embiid picked up a basketball, and long before what is commonly referred to as “Black Twitter” galvanized into what it is today.
Never known for being, the former baller took aim at activist and television personality Al Sharpton and his participation in the protests for recently murdered black men Eric Garner...
Everybody has an opinion regarding the recent events happening in St. Louis, some are outraged, some have been quiet and some have started taking matters into their own hands. Like other athletes, Gilbert Arenas expressed himself via social media on the killing of Mike Brown and he was not happy about the looting or the presence of Civil Rights leader, Rev. Al Sharpton. Via Necole...
Career WARP: 148.1
Basketball-Reference HOF probability: 71.3 percent
No candidate elicits a stronger reaction on both sides of the Hall debate than Carter, whose poor reputation around the league flies in the face of the metrics. By the numbers, Carter is one competent season away from cracking a WARP barrier of 150 that has historically been the threshold for...
Welcome to #MixtapeMonday, a weekly installment in which we focus on one NBA player, past, present, or future, capable of wowing the crowd on a nightly basis, showing off their captivating highlight compilations.
This week, we put the spotlight on Gilbert Arenas, a 6-foot-4, 215-pound point guard with a wicked crossover and an ability to light up the opposition for an easy 40 points...
The Memphis Grizzlies have a lot of returning players that are playing the roles they currently fill strong enough. However, one person that needs to step it up a bit is Courtney Lee.
Courtney Lee during his time with the Boston Celtics.
Lee joined the team in the middle of last season when he was traded away from the Boston Celtics. By giving up Jerryd Bayless, the Grizzlies...
Memphis Grizzlies: Strongest and Weakest Moves of the Offseason
By Ciaran Mills: Staff Writer At Hoopstuff…
Re-Signed Zach Randolph and Beno Udrih
Signed Vince Carter
Drafted Jordan Adams and Jarnell Stokes
Strongest: Signing Vince Carter
When it became clear that Mike Miller was signing elsewhere, they had to find another experienced shooting guard. Luckily for them, Vince Carter...
Let’s hop in the wayback machine and travel back to 1995 when an 18-year-old Vince Carter participated in the McDonald’s All-American Slam Jam — back when he was merely Half-Teenager/Half-Amazing.
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A silly good Vince Carter illustration by Octopus ZX from Hangzhou, China.
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Vince Carter is someone who will go down in history as one of the greatest shooting guards of all time. An 8 time All-Star, the Rookie of the Year in 1999, the winner of the 2000 Slam Dunk Contest, and 25th in career points in the history of the NBA, Carter has already carved up a Hall of Fame worthy career.
Vince Carter dunking during the 2000 Slam Dunk Contest
By signing with...
The Grizzlies have made a few splashes in the offseason — perhaps netting two steals in the draft (Jordan Adams, Jarnell Stokes), locking down backup point guards Beno Udrih and Nick Calathes and bypassing resigning Mike Miller in favor of former NBA All-Star Vince Carter as a free agent. But it’s been a busy offseason in the Front Office as well.
It’s kind of the norm, lately...
By Kelley D. Evans
Just two years ago, the Memphis Grizzlies were referred to as a young and emerging team. Now they are a more established ball club in the basketball world with a diverse roster.
With offense in mind and defense still a priority, the front office has made moves to put a roster in place that can take Memphis deeper into the playoffs
The moves include the addition...
MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- Once standoffish, Robert Pera is now the boss of the Memphis Grizzlies.
"Chris Wallace is the general manger. He is going to make the final decisions," Pera said. "But things have to run by me for approval."
In a matter of months, Pera has gone from invisible to more than hands-on.
The 36-year-old billionaire and third-year...