Tag Archives | Memphis Grizzlies

Game Recap: Grizzlies 80, Bulls 71

The Good: Chicago’s overall D was strong. The Bulls held the home team to season-low 80 points on 37.5 percent shooting while blocking 5 shots and forcing the Grizzlies into a season-worst 19 turnovers. Despite their dominant front court duo of Marc Gasol (14.9 PPG) and Zach Randolph (17.2 PPG), the Grizzlies scored only 32 […]

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A Close Call: Bull 99, Grizzlies 96

So, uh, those Grizzlies sure came to play, didn’t they? After two ridiculous (and ridiculously fun) blowout wins in which they enjoyed 40-point leads, the Bulls walked into a buzz saw. Memphis was obviously fired up for this game and apparently not the least bit intimidated by Chicago’s 31-4 home record. With about four and a half minutes left […]

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Grizzlies-Bulls Preview

Memphis Grizzlies Status Check: Record: 40-32 Division: 5-8 Conference: 24-19 Road Record: 15-22 Last 10 Games: 6-4 Streak: Won 3 Last game: Beat Boston 90-87 PPG: 99.9 (13th) Opponents PPG: 98.1 (14th) Offensive Rating: 107.2 (15th) Defensive Rating: 105.3 (10th) Pace: 92.1 (15th) Effective Field Goal Percentage: .490 (21st) Turnover Percentage: .129 (8th) Defensive Rebound […]

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Game 41 Recap: Bulls 96, Grizzlies 84

No Joakim Noah. No Carlos Boozer. Two of the team’s best three players out of action. Things looked bad. As a fan, when things look bad, all you want to see out of your team is a sense of urgency. Guys stepping up. A team playing good basketball. Well, that’s what Bulls fans got today. […]

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Welcome to Bizzaro World: Grizzlies 104, “Bulls” 97

Imagine if a Bulls fan had used the Hot Tub Time Machine to travel from some time last October to right before last night’s tipoff against the Grizzlies in Memphis. They’d probably think they had traveled to some horrific alternate reality instead of through time. After all, Chicago opened this season with a core group of Derrick Rose […]

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Bear food: Grizzlies 105, Bulls 96

Okay. I was wrong. I predicted that — with Joakim Noah out — the Memphis frontcourt of Marc Gasol, Zach Randolph and Rudy Gay might finish with at least 70 points and 35 rebounds, thereby exceeding their combined season average of 55.7 PPG and 27.0 RPG. Well, those three players ended up with only 60 points and […]

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