That really, really sucked part II
The Grizzlies, led by an incredible performance from Marc Gasol, take a pivotal game 3 win against the Thunder
The Grizzlies pull out an ugly, improbable win on the road at Oklahoma City despite weird nights from just about everybody... ...except Mike Conley and Tony Allen.
It's back to the Grindhouse for an elimination game on Friday night, as the Grizzlies finally managed to steal one at STAPLES Center.
I still have no idea what some of those rotations were about, and the free throw shooting has to get better, but that was a much better game out of the Grizzlies than Game 1. Maybe the crappiest...
The Rockets never led tonight, and Tony Allen was able to hold James Harden to 7 points. It was awesome.
The Grizzlies beat the Blazers in Portland for the first time since, like, 2010. Why not celebrate with a haiku!
The Grizzlies held off Anthony Davis and the New Orleans Hornets tonight at FedExForum to win 96-85 and improve to 42-19 on the year. So, of course, I wrote a haiku.
The Grizzlies beat the Kings tonight in what was, by all accounts, mostly the Tony Allen show. Allen had 19 points, 8 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 steals and a block.
That was a low-scoring game. And the Grizzlies scored even lower than the Pacers did. And the last play didn't look so good.
That was horrible. The Grizzlies came out and ripped a big old garbage fart of a second half in San Antonio tonight, and they were punished mercilessly for it.
The Grizzlies, well, didn't do so hot in Dallas tonight. They were clearly worn out from the previous night's overtime victory over the Spurs, and just never got it going against the Mavericks.
The Grizzlies took out the division-leading Spurs tonight in an overtime win at FedExForum. It felt like a playoff game, and there were some amazing plays by both teams. Basketball is awesome.
The Grizzlies stomped on the Kings Monday night, beating them 113-81 in Sacramento. Wayne Ellington torched the Kings for 26 points, 18 of which were scored from long range. Also: a haiku!