With a team exceeding expectations, the NBA title picture being wide open, and the trade deadline looming Miami Heat president Pat Riley decided once again to be bold. The Heat finalized a trade Thursday acquiring forwards Andre Igoudala, Jae Crowder, and Solomon Hill from the Memphis Grizzlies in exchange for forwards Justise Winslow and James Johnson along with guard Dion Waiters. Igoudala has also agreed to a two-year $30 million
While an injury bug has kept guard Tyreke Evans out of the rotation in recent years; he's looking better than ever as a member of Grind City. It's been an incredibly surprising and entertaining start to the 2017-2018 NBA season. There's been monstrous dunks, last second wins, and unfortunately a huge injury bug. A usual victim to the latter, guard Tyreke Evans is healthy; and balling out of his mind.
Memphis Grizzlies Try and Avoid Second Blowout, Still lose 96-82 The Memphis Grizzlies could not get anything going as they gave Game 2 to the San Antonio Spurs, losing 96-82. The Spurs relied greatly on the team's ability to 3-point shoot, and of course, superstar Kawhi Leonard. Leonard had a post-season career high of 37 points and 11 rebounds in last night's game, which lifted them past Memphis yet again
For many it has seemed like forever since the Utah Jazz have been Injury free. With Injuries to George Hill, Derrick Favors, Alec Burks, Gordon Hayward, and even Rodney Hood. Last night for the first time all season, the Jazz where injury free as they faced the Memphis Grizzlies. Even though the Jazz walked away with a loss, there is certainly a lot to be excited for Jazz fans. Although injuries have
The 2015-16 NBA season is young, but the Miami Heat are already making moves. The team has agreed to send guard Mario Chalmers and forward James Ennis to the Memphis Grizzlies in exchange for guard Beno Udrih, forward Jarnell Stokes, and a future second round pick in separate trades. The deals is awaiting final approval by the league office. The moves was first reported by Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports. While speculation about
Thanks to series-clinching wins by the Atlanta Hawks, Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors, the conference finals playoff picture is taking shape. Atlanta Hawks 94, Washington Wizards 91 (Friday): Thanks to a potential game-tying three-pointer by Paul Pierce being reversed by instant replay, the East-leading Atlanta Hawks defeated the Washington Wizards, 94-91, eliminating them 4-2. With the win, they advance to the East Finals for the first time since 1970.
The NBA Playoffs continue chugging toward the Finals with conference semifinal action heating up at the biggest sport betting sites. We take a look at the current series showdowns and how the betting market has managed so far: Atlanta Hawks vs. Washington Wizards The Wizards stunned the No. 1 seed in the East with a 104-98 victory in Game 1. Washington has won three in a row on the road
With the first round of the 2015 NBA Playoffs done, the second-round matchups are now set. Here are INSCMagazine’s Western Conference semifinal predictions. Golden State Warriors (1) vs. Memphis Grizzlies (5): Perhaps the one matchup that the high-octane NBA regular-season best Warriors did not want in the slower, more methodical Memphis Grizzlies in what will be a more half-court style series. Despite winning the season series, 2-1, this has the
With the start of the 2015 NBA playoffs right around the corner, it is time for teams to prepare for the “second season” to begin. Below are INSCMagazine’s Western Conference quarterfinal predictions. Golden State Warriors (1) vs. New Orleans Pelicans (8): After pulling of thrilling down-the-stretch wins against the Oklahoma City Thunder and defending champion San Antonio Spurs to wrap up the eighth seed in the rugged West, the New
The Memphis Grizzles are currently fighting for the top overall seed in the Western Conference. However, with Golden State looking near unbeatable, and both Dallas and Houston making huge moves over the last two weeks, the Grizzles find themselves at a crossroads. The team will get Zach Randolph back in the next week or two, and that will be a huge boost to the teams front court, but it's their