Warriors Top Grizz, 119 To—Wait, I'm Pretty Sure This Is A Video Game Score

There’s been a terrible mistake. The AP, ESPN, even the NBA itself—they’re all recording the final score of last night’s Warriors-Grizzlies game as a 119-69 win for the Warriors, but clearly that is the score of some kid’s video game. I mean, ha ha, 119-69, get the fuck outta here, who would even believe that shit. »11/03/15 10:27am11/03/15 10:27am


Grizzlies Hold Pregame "Moment Of Song" In Memory Of B.B. King

Memphis legend B.B. King died last night, and given his importance as a cultural icon to the Blues capital, it was a given the Grizzlies would do some sort of tribute before tonight’s Game 6 against the Warriors. But the occasion didn’t call for the standard moment of silence; instead, the Grizzlies produced a “moment… »5/15/15 10:07pm5/15/15 10:07pm

An Absurd Defensive Adjustment Won The Warriors The Game

After being manhandled by the Grizzlies in Games 2 and 3, the Warriors needed to do something different in Game 4. A lot of suggestions—double team Marc Gasol and Zach Randolph in the post, play Steph Curry off-ball, more David Lee—were bandied about, but instead Steve Kerr went with something more radical than… »5/12/15 1:22am5/12/15 1:22am

Two-Shootin' Beno Udrih Killed The Blazers And It Was The Best

That the opening game of the Grizzlies-Blazers series ended up being dominated by the work of a slick, cold-blooded midrange jumpshooter makes sense. Probably all of us expected that to happen at least a few times in the series, anyway. Probably most of us expected that player to be Portland’s LaMarcus Aldridge, one… »4/20/15 12:39pm4/20/15 12:39pm

Vince Carter Receives Standing Ovation, Cries During Return to Toronto

Vince Carter's Memphis Grizzlies are playing in Toronto tonight, and for the first time since the Raptors traded the former Air Canada to the Nets in 2004, he was cheered. Carter has played 16 games in Toronto since the trade—including a playoff series in 2007—and in every single one of them he was vociferously booed.… »11/19/14 8:58pm11/19/14 8:58pm

Buzzer-Beating Tip-In Winner Called Good After Five Minutes Of Replay

The Memphis Grizzlies somehow pulled out a 111-110 win tonight at home over the Kings thanks to a buzzer-beating inbound pass-to-tip-in from Vince Carter to Courtney Lee with just 0.3 seconds remaining. It then took officials nearly five minutes to declare the basket good and to allow the Griz to celebrate. »11/13/14 10:48pm11/13/14 10:48pm

Tony Allen Gets Frustrated, Smacks Cameraman's Camera For Some Reason

Cameramen creep up on the baseline at NBA games, and sometimes that causes players to fall into the media line after a foul or shot. But Tony Allen was nowhere near one cameraman during last night's game against the Pelicans, so it makes no sense why he turned around and smacked the guy's camera after a foul. »11/04/14 12:00pm11/04/14 12:00pm