A Rainy Night at FedExForum 

A dreary, rainy night depressed what was already going to be a small crowd for the Grizzlies' Tuesday night game against the New York Knicks. But, inside the building, the Knicks were the ones making it rain, and depressing the fans who were in attendance

The Grizzlies picked a bad time to have their first awful performance of the season. After a competitive road trip highlighted by some terrific performances from O.J. Mayo, the Grizzlies returned home to get blown out by the Knicks 132-103. Chris Herrington was on the scene to chronicle the slaughter. Check it out at Beyond the Arc.

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