So much for the Clippers' perfect road trip.
The Memphis Grizzlies currently have the top record in the NBA and have won 21 consecutive regular-season games on their home court.
Last week's ranking in parentheses, statistics are through Friday's games:
The Memphis Grizzlies looked to maintain their perfect home record on Friday night, when they took on the Boston Celtics. The Grizzlies had won their first six home games of the young season, and had seen a four-game overall win streak...Show More Summary
The Memphis Grizzlies won't be at full strength against the Boston Celtics on Friday night, but the stomach virus that plagued the team in recent days is dissipating.
Although the NBA regular season is almost a month old, there hasn't been much separation in either conference so far. The Memphis Grizzlies and Toronto Raptors lead the way, but there will likely be plenty of juggling before things start to stabilize. Normally, standings that are so bunched up limit player movement. Show More Summary
The Chicago Bulls have shown they can compete and win without Derrick Rose. When Rose is healthy, the Bulls are considered the best team in the Eastern Conference. In the West, the Memphis Grizzlies may have the best starting five—arguably the best in the NBA. Show More Summary
The Memphis Grizzlies sit atop the Western Conference with an impressive 10-2 record to start the 2014-15 NBA season, but a fluky medical situation may harm their immediate future. According to The Associated Press (via ESPN.com), seven...Show More Summary
The Memphis Grizzlies waived guard Kalin Lucas and center Hassan Whiteside, the team announced today. Both players had re-signed with the Grizzlies on Nov. 19. Lucas (6-1, 186) recorded one steal in six minutes in his NBA debut Wednesday at Toronto. The 25-year-old originally signed with Memphis on Sept. 25 and played eight preseason [...]
Seven members of the Memphis Grizzlies are dealing with a stomach virus and their status is uncertain for Friday's game with the Boston Celtics.
Vince Carter, now with the Memphis Grizzlies, gets emotional after a nice tribute last night from the Raptors celebrating his time in Toronto. Video:
Forget "We the North." In notching a thrilling 96-92 win over the West-leading Memphis Grizzlies, the Toronto Raptors improved to 9-2, legitimized their status as contenders and struck a blow for their much-derided conference. More like...Show More Summary
Two of the NBA's best early-season teams squared off on Wednesday night when the Memphis Grizzlies took on the Toronto Raptors. The balanced Grizzlies had ripped off four straight wins and had lost just once in their first 11 games,Show More Summary
After a decade of hatred, it appears as though Toronto Raptors fans are finally ready to forgive Vince Carter. And they made that point loud and clear during tonight’s game against Carter’s Memphis Grizzlies, as the team honored the former face of the franchise and the crowd of 19,800 inside the Air Canada Centre gave him […]
Vince Carter, who is by far the most popular Toronto Raptor of all-time, was honored by the Toronto Raptors during tonight’s game between Carter’s Memphis Grizzlies and the Toronto Raptors at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Show More Summary
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. Show More Summary
The Memphis Grizzlies have signed guard Kalin Lucas and center Hassan Whiteside for emergency help with five players out sick with a stomach virus.
The Memphis Grizzlies have re-signed guard Kalin Lucas, the team announced today. Lucas (6-1, 186) originally was signed on Sept. 25 and averaged 3.1 points and 1.0 assists on.429 shooting in 7.9 minutes in eight preseason games for Memphis before he was waived on Oct. 25. The 25-year-old was re-signed on Nov. 4 and [...]
When the Toronto Raptors and Memphis Grizzlies meet inside the Air Canada Centre on Wednesday, the old rivals might have a hard time recognizing one another. It's been a little less than two decades since the pair shared the distinction of being the new kids on the NBA block in 1995. Show More Summary
Pop star Justin Timberlake is enjoying the Memphis Grizzlies’ 10-1 start to the season, and will defend his fandom against any non-believers. Timberlake, a minority owner of the team, took […] The post Justin Timberlake Burns Critic of His Memphis Grizzlies Fandom appeared first on SLAMonline.