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 $.
Flynn Patrick from Basketball Infinite joins the show and discusses a recent NBA Top 100 Ranking project that he undertook. Zak and Patrick break down some of the surprise players who received votes and also what future projects Flynn is working on.
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.
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.
With Conley’s future in Memphis uncertain, let’s take a look back at some of his top moments in a Grizzlies uniform.
March was a strange month for the Grizzlies. Several role players stepped up and helped close out the month in exciting (for the current state of the team) fashion.
– 10 day news and notes
– Bruno and Dorsey
– Apology to JV’s defense
– Memories of Mike
-JV was a rebounding machine, but his defense has struggled
-Tyler Dorsey and his future
-Race To Convey