Now that the pesky Dallas Mavericks and Memphis Grizzlies are out of the way, it’s time for two of the NBA’s biggest kahunas to square off in Round 2. Things got chippy, but the Oklahoma City Thunder were never in danger against the rickety Mavs in Round 1. Show More Summary
The NBA playoffs are getting more interesting by the day. Some of the weaker elements (the Memphis Grizzlies, Dallas Mavericks and Detroit Pistons) have been culled from the herd. And some of the more legitimate combatants have beenShow More Summary
San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich became the only coach in NBA history to sweep nine playoff series when the Spurs toppled the Memphis Grizzlies 116-95 on Sunday, per ESPN Stats & Info. Coming into Sunday, Popovich stood tied...Show More Summary
With his 2015-16 season officially over, Memphis Grizzlies point guard Mike Conley Jr. is pondering whether his future lies in Memphis or elsewhere this offseason. Conley is an unrestricted free agent this summer, and while the Grizzlies eventually re-signed big man Marc Gasol last year, keeping their floor general won't be easy. Show More Summary
Memphis Grizzlies point guard Mike Conley won his second NBA Sportsmanship Award, defeating the likes of Kyle Korver and Pau Gasol.
The Memphis Grizzlies didn’t have a storybook season by any stretch of the imagination, finishing 2015-16 with a 42-40 record. However, the team does have a lot to be proud of after making the NBA playoffs as the seventh-seed in the Western Conference, overcoming a barrage of injuries (many of which were to key players) that forced them […]
The Grizzlies, who scrapped their way into the playoffs after numerous injuries, were swept out of the playoffs by the San Antonio Spurs—losing three straight by more than 20 points.
San Antonio Spurs center Tim Duncan picked up the 155th playoff win of his career with Sunday's 116-95 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies, tying former teammate Robert Horry for second place on the NBA's all-time playoff wins list for...Show More Summary
After running into the implacable train that is the San Antonio Spurs, the plucky Memphis Grizzlies exited the first round of the Western Conference Playoffs, failing to win a single game. Their fate isn't surprising given the absences...Show More Summary
The San Antonio Spurs swept their way into the Western Conference semifinals over the Memphis Grizzlies, perhaps the most injury-depleted team ever in the N.B.A. playoffs.
The Grizzlies were swept out of the playoffs Sunday by the Spurs, but Memphis Coach Dave Joerger was anything but disappointed by his team’s performance. In fact, during a post-game press conference, Joerger shed tears while discussing how valiantly his injury-riddled squad “fought” against highly favored San Antonio. “I can’t tell you enough of how proud I […]
The Spurs finished their thoroughly unsurprising sweep of a bunch of guys wearing Grizzlies jerseys today, backhoeing a final heap of dirt onto Memphis’ season. In the final moments of the 116-95 thumping, Grizzlies fans stood and applauded...Show More Summary
Despite getting swept by the San Antonio Spurs in the first round of the NBA playoffs, Memphis Grizzlies head coach Dave Joerger couldn't be more proud of his team. The No. 7-seeded Grizzlies gave the Spurs their all, even with injuries sidelining stars Mike Conley and Marc Gasol. Show More Summary
It's easy to make fun of the Memphis Grizzles in the playoffs. The series seemed over before it even started since they were up against the San Antonio Spurs. Memphis was antithetical to everything the Spurs stood for in the regular season; they were inefficient and featured a revolving door of players due to various trades and injuries. Show More Summary
Kawhi Leonard scored 21 points as the San Antonio Spurs routed the Memphis Grizzlies 116-95 on Sunday, sweeping the best-of-seven series and advancing to the Western Conference semifinals.
Kawhi Leonard scored 21 points and LaMarcus Aldridge posted a double-double as the San Antonio Spurs cruised to a 116-95 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies on Sunday to sweep their best-of-seven first-round playoff series.
A power surge that knocked out the main lights at the FedExForum wound up delaying Game 4 of the first-round series between the San Antonio Spurs and Memphis Grizzlies by 19 minutes.
With 10:03 left in the second quarter of the Spurs and Grizzlies' Game 4 in Memphis and San Antonio leading 25-23, the lights cut out suddenly at FedExForum. The post Spurs-Grizzlies Game 4 Interrupted By 18-Minute Power Outage in Memphis appeared first on SLAMonline.
The San Antonio Spurs successfully swept the undermanned Memphis Grizzlies on Sunday, fighting off a commendable opening half from the hosts before pulling away for a 116-95 victory at FedExForum. Lance Stephenson poured in 14 earlyShow More Summary
Sunday's Game 4 between the San Antonio Spurs and Memphis Grizzlies was delayed for more than 15 minutes because of a power surge at FedExForum. The Spurs provided a still image from inside the arena during the outage and another shortly...Show More Summary