Zak and Sam are joined by Keith Parish, host of multiple Nashville-based NBA podcasts (Fastbreak Breakfast & Grits and Grinds). They cover down on Keith’s favorite Grizzlies memories, Buddy Hield trades, Brandon Clarke ceiling, and the bucket list experience that is the NBA Summer League.
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
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.
The inevitable was finally announced on Thursday, when the NBA released the vote totals for a particular prestigious award. Ja Morant, the Memphis Grizzlies point
It’s officially the off-season for the Memphis Grizzlies. There is no better time to over analyze everything about the current roster and hypothesize about potential upgrades. For the first installment in this series of deep-dives, I take a closer look at the most polarizing character on the Grizzlies roster – Dillon Brooks.
The Grizzlies fell to the Blazers in the first ever NBA play-in game. The guys break down the game and then give their predictions for the future and y’all offseason upgrades.
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.
The Grizzlies lose forward Jaren Jackson Jr. in the midst of a playoff run.
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.