Professional nerd, writer, musician, Memphian. Grizzlies fan since they played their first game in the Pyramid.
The Grizzlies ground out a great team win last night on the road against the Trail Blazers. What did it teach us about the team going forward?
The Grizzlies beat the Blazers in Portland for the first time since, like, 2010. Why not celebrate with a haiku!
The Grizzlies have historically struggled on the road in Portland, a notoriously tough place to play throughout NBA history. Maybe they'll cut the Griz some slack because Lionel Hollins is...
The Grizzlies held off Anthony Davis and the New Orleans Hornets tonight at FedExForum to win 96-85 and improve to 42-19 on the year. So, of course, I wrote a haiku.
Well, they're not the Pelicans yet, but how soon can we start making "scoop" jokes? Let's talk about tonight's Griz/Hornets divisional matchup!
Make your predictions for Saturday night's Hornets game, and join the contest to win a Tony Allen jersey!
It's the Marreese Speights and Wayne Ellington reunion game, in which we'll pour one out for the ghost of Josh Selby! Let's talk it out!
Rudy Gay can't shut up about how the Grizzlies did him wrong, because Rudy Gay has never watched Rudy Gay play basketball for seven years.
Grizzlies head coach Lionel Hollins has been named Western Conference Coach of the Month for the second time this season.
As we already covered in today's Grind Prophecies post, tonight is a big game for your Memphis Grizzlies. They face old friend/foe O.J. Mayo (and some German guy) and the Dallas Mavericks in a division game.
At a luncheon for the local owners of the Grizzlies franchise, Grizzlies CEO Jason Levien commented on the direction of the franchise, and stated that re-signing Tony Allen is a priority for the team.
The Grizzlies won tonight in Brooklyn in the most Grit And Grind fashion possible, somehow beating the Nets on the road even though they only scored 12 points in the third quarter.
Joe Johnson is out for the Nets tonight, presumably because he realized he was going to be guarded by Tony Allen and not Rudy Gay. (Hat tip to whoever made that joke on Twitter first... because I...
The Magic made a trade yesterday that sent J.J. Redick to Milwaukee, and now they have to play the Grizzlies. That ought to work out well for them.
The Grizzlies wanted to trade for J.J. Redick, but they didn't make it happen. Instead, the Orlando guard was traded to Milwaukee in a deal that saw a lot of players moving around.
Using their trade exception, the Grizzlies acquired big man Dexter Pittman from the Miami Heat along with a second round pick.
The reality is that Griz brass is trying to be opportunistic today in hopes of getting something for nothing at the 11th hour (Orlando has made it clear Redick can't be had for anything less than a first-round pick). As of this morning, the Griz were looking at their exceptions one of three ways: 1) acquiring a guard/swingman they like from the end of another team's bench 2) grabbing an established big man only if he's accompanied by a second-round pick 3) not using the exception at all.Deadline day: Griz may not deal - The Memphis Edge
There's no need to rehash these storylines. Will Tony Allen be put on Rudy Gay or DeMar DeRozan? Will Rudy shoot better than 25%? Most importantly, who's going to win? Let's talk it out!
According to Twitter sources, the Grizzlies are making a push to acquire J.J. Redick from the Orlando Magic.
The Grizzlies came out slow to start the first quarter tonight in Detroit, but they quickly turned on the jets and left the Pistons behind.
Tonight, Tayshaun Prince returns to Detroit as the Grizzlies take on the Pistons. The Grizzlies haven't played since Tuesday night of last week, when they beat the Sacramento Kings 108-101. I...
Tayshaun Prince opened up on the Chris Vernon show about the Rudy Gay trade, and what he thinks of the way this Grizzlies team is built.
Zach Randolph takes the court tonight to represent the Grizzlies in the All Star Game. Let's talk it out!
From the mother site: a rundown of the dunk contest. Past Grizzlies dunk contest participants? Stromile Swift (for Vancouver) in 2001, Hakim Warrick in 2006, and Rudy Gay in 2008. None of them won....