The crew reconvenes for the first time since Chief’s wedding to discuss the Grizzlies win over the Spurs, the logjam on the wing, and Desmond Bane leading the league in 3pt percentage. The guys also discuss Ja’s clutch play and over superstardom, before discussing trading away a main piece of the current team. The show is closed out with the guys giving their picks the 4 games slated for this week. #GrizzNation
With several significant contributors sidelined with injuries for the foreseeable future, more of the Grizzlies workload will rest on the broad shoulders of Jonas Valanciunas. Let’s take a look at what that could mean for the starting big man, and the Grizzlies as a whole.
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.
Grizzlies Jaren Jackson Jr. and Jonas Valanciunas are both starter-caliber players in their own right — each with the ability to earn a double-double on a nightly basis — but does having to play alongside a post-heavy, non-distributing big man help or hurt Jackson?
The BarnBurner’s newest contributor, Ryan Bray, breaks down how the Grizzlies’ Lithuanian center will continue to be useful in the modern NBA.
After previously declining a player option worth $17.6 million, Jonas Valanciunas has agreed to a deal that will keep him in Memphis for three more years.
The time between the end of the NBA finals and draft night is full of excitement. Hope springs eternal and all the armchair GM’s are in their prime.
The NBA trade deadline signaled a self-imposed end of an era for several teams — namely the Memphis Grizzlies and Toronto Raptors. However, in doing this, it brought two fan bases together with a common rooting interest.