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  • Conley: Fans, not players, make Memphis' home Grindhouse

    Zach Randolph left for Sacramento. Tony Allen, aka the Grindfather who gave the Grizzlies' home its Grindhouse nickname, will be wearing a Pelicans' jersey on opening night in Memphis. Guard Mike Conley and center Marc Gasol are the last remnants from the Grizzlies' glory days of Grit and Grind.
    26 Sep @ 12AM

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    Memphis had more than the max 15 guaranteed contracts on the books, and the cost of unloading one of those turns out to be a second-round pick. Troy Daniels, who is owed $6.7 million over the next two years, has been traded from the Memphis Grizzlies to the Phoenix Suns, a story broken by Shams Charania of The Vertical at Yahoo Sports and since confirmed by the teams themselves. As part of the deal, the teams swap 2018 second round picks (however the Phoenix pick going to Memphis is top 55 protected, meaning it doesn’t move unless the Suns are a top five team ext season).
    23 Sep @ 3PM

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  • Sources: Phoenix Suns acquire guard Troy Daniels

    Troy Daniels has played four NBA seasons. The Phoenix Suns have acquired guard Troy Daniels and a 2018 second-round draft pick from the Memphis Grizzlies, league sources told The Vertical. The Suns will send a top-55 protected second-round draft pick in 2018 to the Grizzlies as part of the deal, league sources said.
    23 Sep @ 2AM

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  • Report: Grizzlies to sign Ivan Rabb, adds to already crowded roster

    The Memphis Grizzlies have 15 guaranteed contracts on the roster already — and that’s not counting a deal for JaMychal Green and the non-guaranteed deal for Mario Chalmers. Which makes this signing interesting, via Marc Spears of ESPN. The Grizzlies and second-round pick Ivan Rabb are close to agreeing terms on a three-year contract, a source told The Undefeated.
    19 Sep @ 9AM

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  • Grizzlies look aimless following Grit & Grind

    NBCSports.com’s Dan Feldman is grading every team’s offseason based on where the team stands now relative to its position entering the offseason. The Grizzlies ended an era – just so they could take baby steps into the next one.
    14 Sep @ 8PM

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  • Tony Allen, Pelicans agree to 1-year deal, per report

    After spending the past seven seasons helping build the Memphis Grizzlies into the grittiest team in the NBA, veteran shooting guard Tony Allen will sign a free agent contract with the New Orleans Pelicans, according to The Vertical’s Shams Charania. Allen’s departure, coupled with Zach Randolph’s two-year deal with the Sacramento Kings, marks the end of the “Grit ‘N Grind” era in Memphis. How Allen fits with the Pelicans Even at age 35, Allen is one of the best perimeter defenders the NBA has to offer. He projects to add bench depth and veteran wisdom at the guard spot. The Pelicans, however, have bigger issues, and a lack of perimeter shooting is chief among them. Allen averaged 9.1 points
    12 Sep @ 7PM

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  • Sources: Tony Allen finalizing one-year deal with Pelicans

    Tony Allen has played 13 NBA seasons. Free-agent swingman Tony Allen is finalizing a one-year deal with the New Orleans Pelicans, league sources told The Vertical. Allen, 35, bolsters the Pelicans’ rotation after the loss of Solomon Hill for most of the season because of hamstring surgery.
    12 Sep @ 12AM

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  • Thomas: When free agency comes, 'I’m going to get what I deserve'

    INDEPENDENCE, Ohio – Isaiah Thomas has spent his entire basketball career answering questions about his game and whether a 5-foot-9 guard could play let alone thrive in the NBA. With each twist, turn and unexpected setback he has faced, Thomas has consistently responded with an emphatic showing that left little doubt in anyone’s mind that he is up to the challenge, any challenge, that’s put before him. The summer of 2018 was supposed to be when all his hard work, those long hours in the gym honing his shooting touch, would lead to a major payday for this free agent-to-be. But a hip injury last season that has yet to fully heal and has created some concern as to whether he’ll return to the court
    8 Sep @ 8AM

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  • Report: Grizzlies consider Marc Gasol, Mike Conley “untouchable”

    The perception among some fans is that with Zach Randolph in Sacramento and Tony Allen sitting on the free agent market too, the “grit ‘n grind” era in Memphis is over and the team is about to tear it down and rebuild. The Memphis Grizzlies consider All-Star center Marc Gasol “untouchable” and have refused to enter his name in any trade conversations, two sources close to the situation told CBS Sports this week. Gasol has been the subject of rampant speculation this summer that he could be dealt, despite being just two years into a five-year max contract signed in 2015 that doesn’t make him eligible for free agency until 2019….
    7 Sep @ 3PM

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  • 'I cheated the game': After drug ban, O.J. Mayo seeks second chance

    One year after being banned from the NBA for violating the league’s anti-drug policy, O.J. Mayo has his sights set on a comeback. Last month, former SLAM editor-in-chief Ryan Jones wrote a long feature for Bleacher Report aimed at identifying what had happened to O.J. Mayo. Now, we know: one year after being banned from the NBA for violating the league’s anti-drug policy, he’s trying to work his way back into professional basketball.
    21 Aug @ 10PM

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