After a summer full of weddings and adventures, the whole Backdoor Cut Crew (Sam, Mason, Rich, and Zak) is back together again. The crew discusses Grizzlies news surrounding Taylor Jenkins’ shoring up of his coaching staff, Dwight Howard talking to LA, the presence of various Grizzlies in the FIBA World Cup, and why $2 is better than no $.
Zak and Mason talk through the Grizzlies off-season moves and give their thoughts on the Summer League performances so far. The guys are hype after
If you thought that the Mike Conley trade was going to be the crowning achievement of the summer for the new Grizzlies front office, then you were selling them short. Also, if you thought that you would be able to fully rest and enjoy your Independence Day holiday without a bevy of Woj bombs, then strike two for you.
Reports have surfaced that the Memphis Grizzlies have tapped into the EuroLeague talent pool. Who are they looking and what would he bring to the table?
NBA free agency is not for the faint of heart. The guys break down the first harrowing night of this Summer’s greatest spectacle.
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 wait is over and we know the future of Mike Conley. Let’s dive into what the Grizzlies were able to snag in return.
Bro and Slim chop it up and discuss the recent blockbuster Pelicans – Lakers trade as well as:
– Taylor Jenkins outlook
– JV declines option. Does Memphis need him?
– Thoughts on conveying the pick(everyone’s least favorite topic)
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 Backdoor Cut Crew gives their takes on the Grizzlies improbable lottery jump and who Memphis should take with the #2 overall pick. Also, Penny Hardaway is making waves in college recruiting. What are the expectations and who will be impactful newcomers?