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Traded in a dime for a penny
This ain’t it
Really can't go wrong from here. I'd love to see Conor-Khabib again, but Conor-Masvidal would have some incredible promos and insane hype. I think he can stay at 170. Hell of a showman.
CONOR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I KNOW WHAT I KNOW AND I TINK WHAT I TINK pic.twitter.com/etal8Q4JBZ
Good Lord Conor
The hard to believe stat of the night in this Ole Miss-LSU game, Breein Tyree is 9-9 at the free throw line, the rest of Ole Miss is 0-10
congrats to my guy @CoachMcMahon on his 💯th win 🙌🏽🐎💕
60+ fouls?? ovc refs 🤦🏽♂️😭😭 we still got the dub tho 🐎
Titans offensive coordinator Arthur Smith got where he is the Memphis way — with grit & grind. Column for subscribers: dailymemphian.com/subscriber/sec…
Roddy Ricch's best song is still Out Tha Mud
After Houston wins at Wichita State, Tulsa is officially first place in the AAC. Which is just more proof that this college basketball season is drunk and on the verge of blackout. Memphis, by the way, heads to Tulsa Wednesday
Blazers-Kings seems to be a bought two draft picks/cut tax exchange, players only incidental. Maybe Ariza helps Blazers’ D? Portland still has pieces for a win-now move if they want it, but maybe they don’t.
Random thought I had this week — Ja Morant might be the first modern player to successfully unite the analytics and eye test crowds
Last night’s game was the type that the Grizzlies would’ve lost earlier in the season. Instead, Memphis won its seventh in a row.
Four takeaways from a gutsy win against the Cavs theathletic.com/1543382/2020/0…
One stat footnote from last night: De'Anthony Melton tied his career high with 4 steals last night against CLE. #GrzNxtGen
Ja Morant, Murray State and Memphis — a basketball love story. My column: dailymemphian.com/section/sports…
Make sure my momma keep a couple racks in her purse
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The Grizzlies' seven-game winning streak is their longest since they tied a franchise-record with eight-straight from Jan. 21-Feb. 4, 2015
Tristan Thompson’s second technical was simply because of the butt slap, per NBA ref Kenny Mauer pic.twitter.com/2sL6wYeK0C
Initial game story from FedExForum as the Grizzlies hold on for 7th straight win -- dailymemphian.com/subscriber/sec…
Grizz win a game where they played like poo to start off but finished and got the W
The Grizzlies have reached the point of their rebuild where they can mess around with a game against a very bad team - with a key player having a pretty bad night - and still manage to win. They might be even better than I thought.
FINAL: Grizzlies 113, Cavs 109. Grizzlies have won a league-high seven straight and 14 of their last 20.
Brooks: 26 points
Valanciunas: Eight points, 18 rebounds
Morant: 16 points, eight assists and five rebounds
Look, guys. We can’t keep doing this. We’ve got to move on. But I can’t help myself.
The Grizzlies are now 13-0 when Dillon Brooks scores 20 or more.
Grizzlies 113, Cavs 109 with 7.9 seconds left. JV just missed two at the line, but it's a two-possession game
Tonight the highlights from the plays that didn't work might be better than the ones that did
Props to Jonas Valanciunas. Made a significant difference on both ends when the team really needed some stability.
First time in a while the Grizzlies have looked like what they are - a very young team trying to win games late. Need to keep moving the ball.
That Ja dunk attempt that he re-routed into a behind his back/head/something flip pass that Jackson couldn't convert was maybe the most @freedarko play I've ever seen.
(also the Grizzlies really need to start playing again, uncharacteristically sloppy stuff from them in this 4th quarter)
One of the great non-box score plays I've ever seen, how does Ja go from an attempted hammer to a behind the back pass in one motion???
The Grizzlies have gotten much better at expecting any type of pass from Ja and being in position to receive it. Still some growing pains on that front, tho
FedExForum showing multiple highlights of a play that didn't end in points or even a drawn foul. And for good reason. #JA
Ja attempts some wild stuff, and pulls off most of it
Grizzlies 92, Cavs 76, end of third. Lots of time left, but it felt like that Ja Eruption to start the half ended the game.
Grizzlies 92, Cavs 76 after 3. The Grizzlies trailed by nine midway through the second quarter. Brooks has 25 points, JV has six points and 16 rebounds.
Tristan Thompson just got ejected. He and Jae Crowder exchanged some words beforehand. No idea what was said, must've been disrespectful
Dillon Brooks scored six points in what felt like five seconds. When he missed a heat-check three, it drew an appreciative smirk from one assistant. (And as I type, Tristan Thompson is tossed.)
Dillon Brooks is trying to go home. 25 points, 9-13 overall, 4-5 from 3 in 19 minutes.
Dillon Brooks 20-point alarm just sounded.
The Grizzlies are so fun to watch this year and it makes me so happy 😭 pic.twitter.com/hES8cyxur8
Ja Morant took over the last couple of minutes. Weaving layup, touch pass for Jackson dunk, drawn charge and then a violent one-hand tomahawk off a Crowder alley-oop. Smelling salts for the whole building.
Ja Morant is something else, man.