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If the goal of a basketball game is to blow minds with incredible feats of athleticism and skill, then the Thunder probably won last night’s Game 2 matchup with the Grizzlies. Thankfully for Memphis fans and logical folks, basketball is much more numbers oriented, and the Grizz pulled out a 111-105 victory in overtime.
Their owner has delusions of grandeur (challenging Michael Jordan to a game of one-on-one), their head coach has never led a team before, they have a mediocre scoring punch, and their Grizzly mascot looks like a werewolf. But chin up, Memphis fans. Things could be worse!
Police said it happened during the final moments of Game 1 of the Grizzlies-Spurs NBA playoff series on Sunday, and that the call came from a pay phone. Um … what is that, exactly?
You know when you’re hot and you feel like you can’t miss? That’s what Joey Crawford felt at the end of the Clips Griz game, except with ejecting star players. “I am the law!” Judge Dread once said, channeling Crawford. Everybody in club gettin’ T’s after the jump.
Halftime shows are the most American thing in the world, behind fire engines and the haymaker punch. Last night, ESPN Radio’s Vern and Gary played “The Ribs” at halftime. No one passed, KC dry rub actually kicked Gary Parish to the ground, and fans ate one of the costumed men after the game. On the bright side, Memphis whupped Dunk City 104-83.
What Happened Last Night: Miami Notches 24th Win In 27-Point Comeback, Grizzlies Sneak By Thunder In OT
Another Friday night, another quality NBA double-header on ESPN. This Friday night brought us Miami-Memphis and Oklahoma City-Denver and neither matchup would disappoint as both games were decided in the final seconds. Who was the hero? Who was the goat? Which players with headbands hit big shots? You have to read on to find out.
This Paragraph Written About Dexter Pittman Is The Saddest Paragraph Ever Written About A Professional Athlete
Yahoo’s Adrian Wojnarowski Rips Former ESPN Writer John Hollinger For Memphis Trade, Skews Facts To Make His Case
Yahoo!’s Adrian Wojnarowski wrote a column in response to the Rudy gay three-team deal announced yesterday. He thought it was a bad deal. He also inexplicably rips John Hollinger – sour grapes, we think.