The guys talk NBA return to play, the Grizzlies’ schedule, and who should be the 5th starter. Also, Zion looks shredded.
Memphis could still use some roster upgrades and Bradley Beal could be the guy to put their young team into a new category.
As we near the restart of the NBA season, news leaks regarding Grizzlies roster movement.
We all want the NBA to resume games (under safe conditions of course), but the NBA wants more than that.
In this episode Mason and Sam are joined by their good friend and longtime San Antonio Spurs fan, Jonathan AKA Chico. The guys relive the 2011 First Round matchup of the NBA Playoffs, which saw the 8-seeded Grizzlies earn their first Playoff win in franchise history as well as their first Playoff series win by knocking off the top-seeded Spurs. Jump on in and enjoy the glory days of one, Zach Randolph, while we try to make it through this quarantine together. #StayHome
While Grizzlies fans have long griped that they don’t get any respect from the national media, that tune could be changing with the emergence of the human highlight reel — Ja Morant.
The crew gets together to talk about the Grizzlies historic back-to-back wins over Atlanta and Brooklyn on the road, why the loss to Dallas was expected, and the Chief goes on another epic rant. Zak has some interesting stats on the team since Jaren’s injury and Mase is given a few minutes to toot the horn of Josh Jackson. Also, the bench unit is still really, really good.
The Ringer, one of the better sports and pop culture website out there — besides yours truly, of course — released a video earlier this week breaking down the game of Memphis Grizzlies rookie sensation Ja Morant.
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.
The Grizzlies play a complete game at home against the Trail Blazers and are riding a mini-win streak into the All-Star break.