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  • Mike Conley's out indefinitely, and things are about to get real in Memphis

    Mike Conley’s going to be sitting down for a while. Whatever other issues have roiled around the Memphis Grizzlies over the last several seasons — the structural issues and self-imposed ceiling that comes with a defense-first, shooting-deficient roster, the aging of talismen Zach Randolph and Tony Allen, three different head coaches and approaches since 2012 — the franchise could always rest one on truism. If Mike Conley and Marc Gasol were healthy, they’d be good.
    17 Nov @ 11PM

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  • Grizzlies’ Mike Conley out at least two weeks with sore heel, Achilles

    Rudy Gobert is out for at least a month in Utah, and the Clippers have lost six in a row as they battle injuries to three starters. Now add the Memphis Grizzlies to the mix. Mike Conley, the point guard who, along with Marc Gasol, is crucial to Memphis’ success, will be out at least two weeks to rest a sore left heel and Achilles, the team announced Friday.
    17 Nov @ 10PM

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  • Antetokounmpo scores 27 as Bucks beat Grizzlies 110-103

    After being torched for 65 points in the first half, the Milwaukee Bucks turned up the defensive pressure against the Memphis Grizzlies. Milwaukee held Memphis to 12 points in the third quarter to get back into the game and pulled away late in the fourth for a 110-103 victory. 'In the first half, it was a shoot-around,' Bucks coach Jason Kidd said.
    14 Nov @ 6AM

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  • Police: Gun that killed former NBA player Wright found

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) -- Police say they believe they have found the gun used to kill former NBA player Lorenzen Wright, whose body was found in a swampy field in Tennessee seven years ago. Memphis Police Department spokeswoman Karen Rudolph said Thursday
    10 Nov @ 1AM

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  • Fournier scores 22, Gordon adds 19 as Magic beat Grizzlies

    Aaron Gordon wasn't the first option on the Orlando Magic's game-winning play, but he came through when he got the ball. Gordon made a 3-pointer with 52 seconds left to erase Memphis' only lead of the fourth quarter as the Magic beat the Grizzlies 101-99 on Wednesday night. The assist on the 23-footer that gave the Magic a 100-99 lead came from Evan Fournier, for whom the play initially was designed.
    2 Nov @ 5PM

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  • After reportedly telling Jarell Martin they’d cut him, Grizzlies exercise Jarell Martin’s fourth-year option

    The Grizzlies reportedly told Jarell Martin before training camp that they planned to cut him to clear a regular-season roster spot, but if he wanted to attend camp anyway, he could. Memphis Grizzlies will pick up the fourth year team option on forward Jarell Martin, league sources told @BBallInsiders.
    1 Nov @ 7AM

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  • Walker leads late rally to send Hornets over Grizzlies

    Kemba Walker re-entered the game with under 8 minutes left and things changed for the Charlotte Hornets. Walker scored nine of his 27 points in a fourth-quarter rally as the Charlotte handed the Memphis Grizzlies their first home loss of the season with a 104-99 win Monday night. Trying to do what I can to help my teammates,' Walker said of the final stretch, where he also added a couple of assists.
    31 Oct @ 4AM

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  • GAME RECAP: Mavericks 103, Grizzlies 94

    Dennis Smith Jr. scores 19 points with five assists to lead the Mavericks to a 103-94 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies.
    26 Oct @ 8PM

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  • Have trolls ruined the relationship between NBA players and fans?

    Oklahoma City fans got creative with their Kevin Durant trolling last year. In the age of the less-than-24-hour news cycle, social media and the art of the troll, fans are more informed than ever about what makes players tick, and players are more aware than ever about how fans feel about them.
    24 Oct @ 7AM

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  • Earl Watson is the first head coach fired in the NBA since 2016

    Watson was fired by the Phoenix Suns after an 0-3 start to the 2017-18 NBA season. The Suns suffered brutal losses of 48-points and 42-points to the Trail Blazers and Clippers, respectively. He finished in Phoenix with a 33-85 record and never really gained any forward momentum with the team since he took over for Hornacek in 2016. Watson is the first coach to be fired in the NBA in 533 days. And he was fired just three games into the season. A year ago, on May 7, the Memphis Grizzlies fired Dave Joerger. (He was hired immediately by the Sacramento Kings.) Now, 533 days later, Watson is the first coach to be ousted. That streak was virtually unprecedented in the modern 30-team league. It was
    23 Oct @ 2AM

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