The Memphis Tigers look to put their tough loss to Oregon in hindsight as they take on Alcorn State at home on Saturday. Let’s take a deep dive into some stats from the Tigers’ first three games and figure out how to avoid future missteps.
Taylor in Vegas, Shark celebrating his 30th and Subbi in Arizona. Rambling men. We break down the Kentucky collapse and where they should see themselves in the rankings next week. But it’s not just Kentucky’s fault the SEC stinks at the moment. LSU and Florida lost while Auburn BARELY beat a South Alabama team. Then we look at some of the Gavitt games and make some predictions for Michigan State vs. Seton Hall. Finally we finish up with Hugs. PS- Dave Gavitt deserves far more credit for being the college hoops legend that he is. All time theater member.
The first week of the season is in the books. Sharks got a birthday coming up. We talk James Wiseman’s eligibility and Myles Powell’s injury. We then chat about some coaches who are struggling on the court and also in front of the mic. Then we finish up with Hugs and an age old segment brought back from yesterday (aka last year): TWIT!
Zak and Mason get together for a Veterans Day edition of the show to recap the Grizzlies week in which they went 1-3. They also hit on load management as it pertains to Ja Morant and others, then they dive deep into some defensive numbers so far this year.
Oregon and Memphis will square off for each team’s first challenge of the 2019-20 season as part of the Phil Knight Invitational. Though taking place at a “neutral” site, Memphis should view this game as a substantial road test.
We got the Shark back. Nope, not baby Shark. Just the Shark from last year. We catch up with him after his hiatus and also
For the first time in his young coaching tenure, Grizzlies head coach Taylor Jenkins will go heads up against his old mentor, the legend Gregg Popovich when the Memphis Grizzlies travel to Texas to take on the San Antonio Spurs.
A pair of two win teams face off in Orlando and the Grizzlies look for their first win streak of the young season against a Magic team looking to get back to the playoffs.
After an electric start to the season, it is time to re-calibrate (again) what we think about the NBA, teams and players. While some things seem to be going the way we expected, there are more surprises than ever before. Let’s try to look at some more trends that showed this past week and that may continue for the rest of the season.
Well, yet another week of football in the books, and yet another puzzling look at the Titans. It seems like all the pieces are there, they just haven’t figured out how to get them to all fit together and work properly. A couple of poor decisions and miscues leave the team standing at 4-5 for the season.