The rebuild is over. Now, the work begins. It is over. Finished. Complete. The rebuild of the Memphis Grizzlies is done. Bury it. Burn it. Shove it in a deep dark place and only remember it when you want to make a Tyler Dorsey joke only a few will understand.
Bradt Klopfer drops in for a very important Sunday Game It all comes down to a Sunday afternoon game between the Grizzlies and Warriors. The winner will get the important ‘8’ spot in the Western Conference.
They beat Sacramento! Again! The Memphis Grizzlies decided to rest all their starters and Brandon Clarke in last night’s win over the Sacramento Kings before they hit the road for a crucial meeting with the Golden State Warriors on Sunday.
There are no others. They are the first. As a means to help us understand things better as human beings, we often compare. That person you just walked by getting to your seats at FedExForum, for example, looks like this celebrity or like that girl or guy you knew back in college.
That was super jitty Games like last night are fun. I could probably run through the entire roster and come up with high grades for everyone, whenever a team takes care of a playoff (not play-in) team like this — especially off a back-to-back.
It’s only a matter of time Watching the Memphis Grizzlies this season is not unlike spending some time at the Roulette table. You gather around the table with friends, full of hope, waiting eagerly to see favorable results.
That, and other questions, answered in this edition of SB Nation NBA Reacts! Welcome to SB Nation Reacts, a survey of fans across the NBA. Each week, we send out questions to the most plugged in Memphis Grizzlies fans, and fans across the country.
The Grizzlies are gelling right now... The battle for the Western Conference Play-In Tournament continued for the Memphis Grizzlies on Tuesday night as they took on the scorching hot Dallas Mavericks at FedExForum.
If it’s not close, is it a Grizz game? Taylor Jenkins and Ja Morant finally get the monkey off their back. Winless no more against the hated New Orleans Pelicans, Ja and company sketchily took care of business inside FedExForum Monday night 115-110.
There is always two sides to every story... But somewhere in the middle lies the truth... The Memphis Grizzlies currently sit in ninth place in a Western Conference six-team race for seeding in the NBA Play-In Tournament — a tournament that will decide whom takes the seventh and eighth seed in the 2021 NBA Playoffs.
A much needed victory. The Memphis Grizzlies were in desperate need of a victory. While their spot in the play-in tournament overall appears to be secure (barring a collapse of epic proportions), their seed is very much up in the air.
View the original article to see embedded media. Ja Morant looks like he has the potential to become a future star in this league: Morant possesses jaw-dropping athleticism, elite finish, and solid playmaking.
Neither Tobias Harris nor Danny Green played in the win over the Thunder, however, there’s nothing to be concerned about with either veteran. Green has been dealing with a sore hip, though Doc Rivers told FortyEightMinutes and other media members that it’s nothing to worry about.