A trimmer Marc Gasol holds down Memphis’s frontcourt.
It’s just one game, so it’s too soon to say that Brooklyn Nets forward Kevin Garnett is “back.” But boy, did Kevin Garnett look good last night. His stat sheet wasn’t eye-popping — eight points, five rebounds, three assists, two steals, and one block in 28 minutes of play — but as the Nets wanted […]
The 4-12 Brooklyn Nets are on the second half of a back-to-back, facing the Memphis Grizzlies tonight in Memphis. Injury Report: Paul Pierce, who was listed as doubtful with a bruised right hand, is OUT. Deron Williams (ankle), Jason Terry (knee), and Andrei Kirilenko (back) all skipped the team’s road trip and will not be […]
Fresh off a stinging loss in Houston to the powerful Houston Rockets, the Brooklyn Nets fly to the home of Graceland to take on the Memphis Grizzlies at 8 P.M. tonight. The Nets have dealt with their fare share of injuries, but the Grizzlies lost a core of their identity when center and reigning Defensive […]
The Memphis Grizzlies officially released coach Lionel Hollins yesterday, leaving him free to speak with other teams about a head coaching position without needing permission from the Grizzlies. Effective yesterday, Hollins is no longer with the organization. The Brooklyn Nets, once considered a top potential destination for Hollins, asked for permission from the Grizzlies to […]
After being granted permission to speak with other teams by the Memphis Grizzlies, Grizzlies head coach & Nets coaching candidate Lionel Hollins went on a tirade about the Grizzlies on First Call with Peter Edmiston on Sports 56 WHBQ/87.7 FM., simultaneously blasting his current/likely soon-to-be former team for preparing to move on and stressing that […]
Memphis Grizzlies CEO Jason Levien didn’t exactly put to rest the rumors of Lionel Hollins’ departure in an interview with the media following the Grizzlies exit from the Western Conference Finals. Levien danced around the issue of Hollins future in Memphis for three minutes, never giving more than lukewarm praise for the Grizzlies coach.
Each day that there’s a playoff game, we’ll have three things to watch in the NBA playoffs. Each note will be accompanied by a contest. We’ll announce winners after each round. Here’s today’s three things to watch: 1) San Antonio’s continued dominance. The San Antonio Spurs crushed the Memphis Grizzlies in Game 1 of the […]
Each day that there’s a playoff game, we’ll have three things to watch in the NBA playoffs. Each note will be accompanied by a contest. We’ll announce winners after each round. Here’s today’s three things to watch: 1) Indiana vs. Manhattan. The Pacers defeated the Knicks 102-95 in Game 1 on the road, thanks to […]
Check out the advanced box score from last night’s 76-72 Memphis Grizzlies win over the Brooklyn Nets here…
Warm-Ups *correction*Just ordered the biggest mug of beer, wings, and fries..about to tune into this Nets/Grizzlies game — AJ(@TheloniusAJ) February 25, 2013 Nets on national tv, either this can be good or really bad. — A.P. (@alfredddddddd) February 25, 2013 Everybody mentions the name of Beyonce’s new tour…but yall ain’t peep what Jay did with […]
Grade the Game At Any Time! Tonight: After a late rally faltered in Friday night’s contest to the Houston Rockets, the Brooklyn Nets finish up two-game homestand with a nationally televised game against the Memphis Grizzlies at 7:00 P.M. EST tonight in Barclays Center in Brooklyn. The 36-18 Grizzlies are on a six-game winning streak. […]