Podcast: Memphis Grizzlies get back on their Grit 'N Grind

Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

The Memphis Grizzlies started slow, but they're once again lurking on the fringes of playoff contention. We talked to Chris Herrington of the Memphis Commercial-Appeal for the latest on the Grizz revival.

It's your weekly dose of NBA talk, as Chris Herrington from the Memphis Commercial-Appeal joins Paul Flannery to talk about all things Grizzly and BBQ. Here's a rundown:

  • Do the Grizzlies have it together, or is this yet another stage in their development
  • Mike Conley: All-Star. Yay or nay?
  • The coaching difference between Dave Joerger and Lionel Hollins.
  • How long can Memphis keep the core together?
  • The new-look front office and the residual culture shocks therein.
  • Hey you, get off Beale Street and find some real Memphis. Chris shares some local knowledge.

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