Hollinger’s newest nerd metric, DMelt’s market, and trading for splashy guards. Even some Dillon slander. All with Locked on Grizz’s Shawn Coleman
But rather than dwell on the obvious, this series intends to do the opposite: focus on the lower-profile free agents who may have some value to teams. No NBA player is actually “99 Cents,” of course, but these are all players who may be bargains based on their perceived market. Most of the players mentioned will probably go in the $3-5M range in terms of salary. Some exceptions will be marked as “featured items” that may go in the higher $5-10M range. If a player is listed as a “clearance rack,” then they may be on the fringes of NBA rosters and take minimum deals.
In this episode, The Backdoor Cut Crew gives their season grades for Grizzlies Head Coach, Taylor Jenkins. Afterwards they provide updates on key offseason dates and give their thoughts on how it will take place. They close the show with mock drafting the top 3 picks for November’s NBA Draft.
In a league where shooting is king, the defensive-minded player is often forgotten — Memphis Grizzly Kyle Anderson may be a player existing in an era that is not suitable for his style of play. Let’s take a look behind the curtain and try and determine if the Kyle Anderson signing of several summers ago was a positive move or a detriment to the organization.
If you’ve got ten minutes and you’re a die-hard NBA fan, then you’ve got ten minutes for this video created by the Twitter genius WorldWideWob.
Our very own Lakers fan, Rich, basks in the glory of another championship in Hollywood, buries the Clippers, and crowns his GOAT….and that’s just in the first 5 minutes! Mason and Sam join to praise both the Lakers and Heat and discuss what these teams may look like moving forward and much more.
The slate is set for the NBA Finals bubble and the guys give their picks. They also talk young cores in the league and debate if Boston will ever reach their full potential.
Rich (@Watchu__Mead) and Mason (@barnburnerslim) chop it up following AD’s game winner over the Nuggets. They hit on Joe Cowley not voting Ja Morant for ROTY, and his piss poor reasoning. They also talk about the Conference Finals matchups and update their series predictions.
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.
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.