"If you noticed further, of all the free agents that the Grizzlies were rumored to be interested in, none of them were Black. In a league where Black superstars abound, the odds of that being coincidental seem really slim. One wonders if the Grizzlies' new ownership and marketing staff are following the old St. Louis Hawks' theory about not alienating the white fans by putting too many Blacks on the court. Of course that kind of nonsense was a major factor in the Hawks moving to Atlanta. I'm still convinced that the new owners are wanting to alienate the franchise from its hometown fans while looking for an exit strategy. Unloading Zbo will help them disgust Memphis further, keep people out of the seats and help them justify their desire to move to another city. Eventually, they will likely find an investor willing to help them pay the penalty and move to Seattle, St. Louis or Nashville."
Mr. progressivememphis, what you've just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul.
I would much rather have Tony Wroten driving to the basket trying to make plays than Bayless dribbling around the perimeter and forcing up a long jumper.
Like new skool said, Wroten's attacking is going to lead to offensive rebounds and putbacks. I believe there were a couple of those last night.
And if he wasn't a rookie playing against the Lakers, he would have gotten a couple of foul calls on those drives.
The Raptors can move on.
Their is nothing in that garbage organization worth trading for.
That remains the best commercial I have ever seen.
I could watch it over and over.
Powe's first shot was one of the worst shots I've ever seen. I think it hit the top of the backboard.
Funny thing is, if he makes his free throws, Powe would have outscored Blake Griffin.
Why in the blue hell is a Lakers win over the hometown team a Top 10 Memphis Sports Moment???
The last sentence of that paragraph should show why it's one of the Bottom 10 Sports Moments.
I'd do the Conley/Buckner for Randolph/Azubuike deal in a second.
Randolph is going to be a monster
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