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GBB Podcasts: All-Time Teams, the State of the Southwest Division

The Grizzly Bear Blues podcast network throws it back a bit, while also expanding the scope beyond the Grizzlies a bit.

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Not going to lie, it felt weird looking for basketball content this week, with the amount of unrest this election has created and the overall importance of that. Oh, and we’re also still in the middle of a pandemic. However, I also find it imperative to look for ways to unplug for a minute, because mental health is extremely important, and all of this can be — and is — draining regardless of who you voted for.

And for me, that has been podcasting, exercising, and listening to and reading other basketball content. I hope that this week’s episodes of the Grizzly Bear Blues podcast network could serve as a nice stress reliever for you, as this year just doesn’t want to take the foot off the gas.

3 & D: All Time Grizzlies Fantasy Draft

Justin Lewis has Grizzly Bear Blues Senior Staff Writers Ben Hogan, Leanna Ritter, Bryce Hayes, and host of the “Starting 5” podcast Parish Sharkey to draft their 12-man all-time Memphis Grizzly roster. Tune in, don’t miss out, and look for chances to vote on the best team.

Core 4: The State of the Southwest Division, Jrue Holiday Rumors, Stephen Silas Hiring

Nathan Chester and I have GBB Associate Editor Brandon Abraham on the show to talk about the state of the Southwest Division. Rumors have been flying, and moves have been made. So we discuss the Jrue Holiday rumors, the Stephen Silas hire for the Houston Rockets and their direction going forward, and Dallas’ willingness to accelerate the timeline — and what all of this means for the Memphis Grizzlies.

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