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    Ja Morant Named 19-20 NBA Rookie Of The Year

    Ja Morant has been named the 2019-20 NBA Rookie of the Year. The 6-3 guard is the second player to win the Rookie of the Year Award with the Grizzlies, joining Pau Gasol (2001-02). Morant received 99 first-place votes from a global panel of 100 sportswriters and broadcasters and earned 498 total points. Miami Heat […] More

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    Play-In Game Was 11th Highest Rated National TV Game Of Restart

    The Western Conference play-in game between the Portland Trail Blazers and Memphis Grizzlies averaged 1.52 million viewers on Saturday. The game was the first ever play-in game in NBA history.  The game was the most-watch season finale on TNT since 2011 when a Spurs-Lakers game drew 2.62 million while viewership increased 15 percent from TNT’s […] More

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    Ja Morant Played Final Four Games With Fractured Right Thumb

    Ja Morant revealed he played the final four games of the restart with a fractured right thumb. Morant scored a season-best 35 points in a 126-122 loss to the Portland Trail Blazers in the play-in game. “For the past four games, since the [Toronto] Raptors game, I was out there playing with a fractured thumb,” […] More

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    Blazers Given 75 Percent Chance Of Reaching Playoffs By FiveThirtyEight

    FiveThirtyEight gives the Portland Trail Blazers a 75 percent chance of making the playoffs, compare to 17 percent for the Memphis Grizzlies, six percent for the Phoenix Suns and two percent for the San Antonio Spurs following Sunday’s games. The New Orleans Pelicans and Sacramento Kings were eliminated on Sunday. The Blazers are a half […] More

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    Jaren Jackson Jr. Out For Season With Torn Meniscus

    Jaren Jackson Jr. will miss the remainder of the season with a torn meniscus in his left knee. Jackson suffered the injury after making contact with an opposing player while contesting a shot in Monday’s game. Jackson is expected to make a full recovery. Jackson averaged 17.4 points, 4.6 rebounds and 1.6 blocks in 28.5 […] More

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    Grizzlies Able To Re-Open Practice, Training Facilities

    The Memphis Grizzlies will be able to open their practice and training facilities as part of Phase 1 of Shelby County’s “Back to Business” plan. The NBA will allow teams in areas with loosened restrictions to re-open their facilities on May 8th. “We are in the process of reviewing the criteria received from the League […] More

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    Niele Ivey Returns To Notre Dame As Head Coach Of Women’s Team

    Niele Ivey has been hired as the head coach of Notre Dame’s women’s basketball team. Ivey spent this past season as an assistant coach for the Memphis Grizzlies. Ivey made two appearances in the Final Four as a player at Notre Dame and seven as an assistant coach. Ivey will replace Muffet McGraw as head […] More

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    Brandon Clarke Out At Least Two Weeks With Right Quad Injury

    by Colin McGowan It remains potently strange that Larry Bird, three-time MVP and something like the sixth-best player of all-time, breezed through Indiana, organized one of the best teams in the league, and then quietly walked away from a profession nobody knew he would be good at or even wanted to pursue in the first […] More

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