Sam and Mason discuss the Grizzlies final 2 Seeding Games and take a look at the team’s Bubble performance overall. They then preview Saturday’s matchup with Portland in the first-ever NBA Play-In Series, before discussing the rest of the Playoff Matchups.
Zak (@BarnBurnerBro) and Mason (@BarnBurnerSlim) recap the Grizzlies experience in the bubble so far. The duo touch on hot topics such as Dillon Brooks shot selection, Grayson Allen’s emergence, and analyze the race for the Play-In Tournament in the battle for the 8th seed in the Western Conference Playoffs.
Memphis Grizzlies rookie sensation hits a milestone birthday and gets recognized on the official NBA Twitter.
Ladies and Gentlemen, we got him. I incorrectly attributed that quote to Donald Rumsfeld but whatever, we got our guy John Fanta to hop on to discuss everything from his start in the business, Big East basketball and what are the best wings in Ohio. Enjoy!
Night owl Tiger fans got some good news early this morning with the verbal commitment of 4-star junior guard Josh Minott.
The Grizzlies lose forward Jaren Jackson Jr. in the midst of a playoff run.
We’ve whittled our list down to the top 20 and we are now talking teams with some national titles. We kick off the show talking about bachelor parties, sleeping arrangements and where we are currently staying. Then we actually talk some hoops and break down the 20-16 teams in our rankings. Let me ask you something: have you ever seen Michael Kidd Gilchrist score a bucket in the NBA? I’m talking like watching a live Hornets or Mavericks game and seeing him score. I digress. The great thing about this group of teams is that almost all of them had a very memorable NCAA tournament game that they participated in. We finally end the program with Where Am I and Hugs.
After losing the restart opener to Portland, the Grizzlies contest against the San Antonio Spurs seemed like a must-win. Unfortunately, Grizzlies fans were forced to witness another excruciating loss in their first “home” game by a final score of 108-106.
The Grizzlies fall to Portland in an epic battle in the first of eight seeding games in Orlando.
Read more on my five takeaways (I got carried away and wrote about six):
-Tempo, tempo, tempo
-Jaren is the man
-The beast is awake
-Dillon is not the bad guy
-BC is big time
Two days before the Grizzlies are slated to restart their season inside the Disney World bubble, the Grizzlies announced that backup PG Tyus Jones will miss time with a sore knee.