The Grizzlies play their first public basketball in months with scrimmages against the Sixers, Rockets, and Heat. There are plenty of shenanigans going on inside the NBA bubble. The guys discuss their favorite content creators from Orlando. Sam goes in depth on Ja’s newfound muscle. Finally, the crew doles out their NBA season awards.
🎧Proper etiquette to people with headphones in
🩹Jaren out, who can step up in his place?
🏀Josh Jackson could have nice role
📈Stats that are tough to handle
📎Reactions from the Clippers’ beatdown
We’ve got a full house and they discuss the win over Portland that put the Grizzlies 2 games above .500 going into the All-Star Break. The guys then give their favorite member of the Bench Mob, discuss the performance of Josh Jackson, give Valentine’s advice and much more. Also, Ja Morant (a.k.a Headband 12) is awesome.
The guys give their thoughts on the addition of Justise Winslow and Gorgui Dieng and discuss what the deadline day moves (and Dillon Brooks extension) mean for this season and the future of the franchise. They also say their goodbyes Jae Crowder, Solo Hill, and Bruno Cobaclo before discussing the other moves around the NBA.
The guys share some thoughts and memories of Kobe, take a look at the Grizzlies 2-game winning streak, and talk about the much anticipated promotion of Josh Jackson.
The guys talk takeaways from the Grizzlies’ perfect week against the T’Wolves, Spurs, and Warriors in addition to their thoughts on the national media finally taking notice of this young team. Twitter Corner is a segment that looks like it’s here to stay and then we finish up by doling out mid-season team awards for MVP, MIP, 6MPY, DPOY.
The crew talks about the Grizzlies wins over the weekend, continue to heap praise on Ja and Jaren, and talk potential trades as well as the upcoming schedule. The guys also discuss some popular Twitter polls involving the Grizzlies in recent days. Zak somehow thinks that a third guy — not Ja or Jaren — is the most impactful player in wins. Listen and find out his logic why.
The Grizzlies have a solid week with some highlight reel performances. We discuss the following and more:
– Who is the face of the franchise?
– Aron Baynes is deceased
– Dillon’s importance to the team
– Did Ja or Jaren impress more?
– Stat tidbits on Jae and BC
The Backdoor Cut Crew recaps the first Grizzlies throwback night of the season, in which they faced LeBron and the 1st place Lakers. Ja and Jaren had their best cumulative game of the year in the Vancouver teal, but the team came up just short. Zak and Mason give their thoughts on the proposed mid-season tournament and then leave you with some of their favorite teams to watch around the league.
Zak and Mason recap the Grizzlies wins over the Spurs, Hornets, and Jazz and give their thoughts on sensational rookies Ja Morant and Brandon Clarke.