Though it wasn’t the cleanest victory ever, the Titans came out on top Monday night vs the Denver Broncos with Derrick Henry leading the way and Gostkowski struggling early on.
The crew gets together to discuss the Elite Eight of the NBA, take a look ahead to the Conference Finals, and talk about the Grizzlies new assistant coaches.
We’ve reached the top 10, the creme de la creme (nice rhyme *Al Sharpton in Mr. Deeds*). The heavy hitters are officially here and some of their stats are wild. We’re talking double digit final 4 appearances and numerous tournament berths. We’re also joined by great friend of the program, Andrew Moynihan, to discuss his alma mater and their place on our list. We got some audible contributions from our work emails and our dogs as well. Sometimes we gotta take you behind the curtain and give you the raw, uncut view. To quote Ashley Schaffer: “Let the boy watch.” Finally we round it out with Last Four In, First Four Out and pay homage to two College Basketball giants in Lute Olson and John Thompson.
Sam and Zak discuss the conference semifinal matchups. Zak plays a Nuggets fan and tries to convince Sam to get excited about them. Are the Rockets more than moneyball? The guys shame the single voter who dared to go against Ja.
The inevitable was finally announced on Thursday, when the NBA released the vote totals for a particular prestigious award. Ja Morant, the Memphis Grizzlies point
Sam discusses social justice and the historic week in the NBA. Why are supposed Grizzlies fan blogs trying to trade away Jaren? This is why we can’t have nice things! Lastly, Subbi from TICH joins Sam to talk all things playoffs.
The Backdoor Cut crew gets together in full force to discuss their weekends, Luka’s insane Playoff performances and the Mavs/Clippers series. They then discuss some potential pathways forward for the Grizzlies, including Sam’s favorite potential trade targets and other possibilities. The show is wrapped up by reviewing the 1st round of the NBA Playoffs and a slight look ahead.
It’s officially the off-season for the Memphis Grizzlies. There is no better time to over analyze everything about the current roster and hypothesize about potential upgrades. For the first installment in this series of deep-dives, I take a closer look at the most polarizing character on the Grizzlies roster – Dillon Brooks.
We’re inching closer and closer to the top 10 of our Top 50 College Basketball programs of all time as we embark on spots 15 through 11. These teams feature 2 of the biggest rivals in college sports and a coach that has been at his program for what feels like forever. We also talk about the Pac 12 cancelling hoops until 2021 and also the Kennedy Chandler pickup for Rick Barnes and Tennessee. Remember when we all thought that this would be finished by July? So foolish. Finally we wrap it up with a new segment from the Shark- Last 4 In, First 4 Out.
The Grizzlies fell to the Blazers in the first ever NBA play-in game. The guys break down the game and then give their predictions for the future and y’all offseason upgrades.