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.
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.
Mason, Rich, and Zak come together on Sunday afternoon to discuss the Grizzlies losses to the Lakers and Suns, before hitting on 5 topics on the crew’s mind. Topics include: Jaren’s fouling, Team pace and offensive style, Ja Morant is awesome, the wing rotation, and Bruno being the odd man out.
The Grizzlies host a Russell Westbrook-less Houston Rockets team on Monday. However, they also will be without a key player in Jaren Jackson Jr, who is out with a knee injury.
I know the day is about college football and ESPN College Gameday in the Bluff City, but don’t forget that tonight the hometown Grizzlies will defend Beale St. agains the Phoenix Suns
The NBA is known for its volatility, whether it be teams, players, or styles — so how do you keep up with it? There are always games to watch, podcasts to listen to and articles to read, and I will try to summarize everything we saw in the previous week in one place. For this week, I want to set the bar on some of the most interesting stories that have transpired so far.
Tonight, the Grizzlies — fresh of the heels of their dramatic home win — travel to the west coast for a quick matchup against the newly remade Lakers.
Well. the Grizzlies have been able to put together about 5 good quarters out of 8. Can the Grizzlies put together a full 4 in today’s matchup with the Nets?