Griz-Rockets Wrap-Up 

The Griz got a desperately needed, quite impressive, and terribly exciting win tonight against a terrific Houston Rockets team. Pathetic but true: This was probably one of the better wins in franchise history.

1. The Ivory Towers

There's been a lot of talk early on about the Grizzlies implementing an uptempo attack under new coach Marc Iavaroni, and the team did indeed have a nice stretch in the first half with an optimum speed lineup of Kyle Lowry/Juan Carlos Navarro/Mike Miller/Rudy Gay/Pau Gasol (giving way to Darko Milicic during the stretch). But with Gasol and Milicic both playing well, the Grizzlies showed that they can be a very effective power team on the offensive end as well ...

Read Chris Herrington's GrizBlog, Beyond the Arc, for more on Tuesday night's big win.

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