We find ourselves in the middle of some weird, turbulent times. The best way we can help ourselves and each other is just to chill.
The crew gets together to talk about the Grizzlies historic back-to-back wins over Atlanta and Brooklyn on the road, why the loss to Dallas was expected, and the Chief goes on another epic rant. Zak has some interesting stats on the team since Jaren’s injury and Mase is given a few minutes to toot the horn of Josh Jackson. Also, the bench unit is still really, really good.
Zak and Sam come together with a collective sigh of relief to talk Grizzlies hoops:
– LA fans overrun the Forum and Sam petitions folks to have hometown pride
– Lakers game takeaways
– Reactions to the blowout of the Hawks
– Anthony Tolliver big showing in first game
– Twitter corner and Sam makes his picks for the rest of the season
The Ringer, one of the better sports and pop culture website out there — besides yours truly, of course — released a video earlier this week breaking down the game of Memphis Grizzlies rookie sensation Ja Morant.
🎧Proper etiquette to people with headphones in
🩹Jaren out, who can step up in his place?
🏀Josh Jackson could have nice role
📈Stats that are tough to handle
📎Reactions from the Clippers’ beatdown
The Grizzlies center has carved out a nice role for himself on a potential playoff roster. Let’s take a look at the numbers to see where he makes his biggest impact.
This season has played out much differently than expected, but for those of us who are die hard Memphis fans, now is a chance to prove our devotion.
The Grizzlies EVP, Zach Kleman, met with members of the media on Monday to discuss Memphis’ trade deadline moves. Despite the team’s astonishing success, he remains future focused.
Now that we’ve had a full day to process the roster updates, how should we feel about the first trade deadline for the new Grizzlies front office?
The guys give their thoughts on the addition of Justise Winslow and Gorgui Dieng and discuss what the deadline day moves (and Dillon Brooks extension) mean for this season and the future of the franchise. They also say their goodbyes Jae Crowder, Solo Hill, and Bruno Cobaclo before discussing the other moves around the NBA.