The guys get together to discuss Shams’ recent tweet that set Grizzlies and NBA Twitter on fire. In addition to that, Jonathan Tjarks recent article on The Ringer strike a cord regarding youth on Team USA. Also, college ‘crooting season is open and we’ve scrounged the internet to keep you updated on Penny’s recent pursuits.
Ryan breaks down the importance of the Grizzlies herky-jerky forward and outlines the role that he could play in Taylor Jenkins’ first season at the helm in Memphis.
After a summer full of weddings and adventures, the whole Backdoor Cut Crew (Sam, Mason, Rich, and Zak) is back together again. The crew discusses Grizzlies news surrounding Taylor Jenkins’ shoring up of his coaching staff, Dwight Howard talking to LA, the presence of various Grizzlies in the FIBA World Cup, and why $2 is better than no $.
The BarnBurner’s newest contributor, Ryan Bray, breaks down how the Grizzlies’ Lithuanian center will continue to be useful in the modern NBA.
Notes from the Grizzlies 2019-20 schedule that was released on Monday.
Flynn Patrick from Basketball Infinite joins the show and discusses a recent NBA Top 100 Ranking project that he undertook. Zak and Patrick break down some of the surprise players who received votes and also what future projects Flynn is working on.
Zak and Mason talk through the Grizzlies off-season moves and give their thoughts on the Summer League performances so far. The guys are hype after
If you thought that the Mike Conley trade was going to be the crowning achievement of the summer for the new Grizzlies front office, then you were selling them short. Also, if you thought that you would be able to fully rest and enjoy your Independence Day holiday without a bevy of Woj bombs, then strike two for you.
Reports have surfaced that the Memphis Grizzlies have tapped into the EuroLeague talent pool. Who are they looking and what would he bring to the table?
NBA free agency is not for the faint of heart. The guys break down the first harrowing night of this Summer’s greatest spectacle.