Earnings my Masters in Accounting
Wasn't Memphis one of the most watched markets for the Playoffs and Finals this year?
Although that doesn't necessarily mean the rest of the country will watch Grizzlies' basketball.
Great read. Now you just have to breakdown the next series before noon tomorrow, lol.
I know the Clippers are going to be a much different team on Saturday, but I believe the Grizz will carry the momentum into a tough win.
If Z-Bo and Gasol can dominate the glass again, I think we can handle a big game from Paul or Griffin. Just not both.
Also, it was really great seeing Pondexter gain more-and-more confidence after each of his buckets.
I think this is a well-deserved award for Gasol.
More importantly, I think this is as much a nod to the Grizzlies' defense as it is to Gasol's.
Reiterating what other posters have said: Continuity, Continuity, Continuity!
I was skeptical of Hollins his first two years. I still disagree with the Vasquez trade. I don't particularly enjoy his style of offense. But guys, c'mon. I don't know if y'all have been Grizz fans for a while, but 2006-2008 were not good years. In fact, they were terrible.
I didn't expect to be in the playoffs three years running back then. Hollins has brought a culture of winning to the Grizzlies. People are proud to be Grizz fans now. I expect he'll be back if we get past the first round. If not, the front office will low-ball him, causing him to walk. Or not..
That's my perspective as of now. I'm sure it will change once the Playoffs start.
Are you gonna have a piece on what the lock out means for memphis?
I think this is a great pick at #49. The Grizzlies can't lose on this pick. If it doesn't pan out they only lose a late first round pick, while they still have Vasquez at the back-up point guard. I'm hoping he adjusts to the NBA quickly and can pick up some minutes early in the season.
The only question I have is his maturity. Can he adjust to the pressures of the NBA?
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