By: Ryan Glover ( @G_Love24 )
The 2016-17 season for the Memphis Grizzlies will hit the midway point Wednesday night when they take on the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Grizz currently sit at 24-16 and hold the fifth spot in the Western Conference standings. To say the Grizzlies have had their ups and downs so far this season, well, that's the most obvious thing you'll read in this entire piece. However, we're use to that in Memphis, especially coming off of last season where the 901 witnessed 28 players put on a Grizzlies uniform.
By: Trisity Miller ( @Trisity_ )
When the Memphis Grizzlies signed Chandler Parsons this summer, it was a clear sign they were unwilling to give up on the Grit-and-Grind era that propelled the franchise into relevance. They could have wilted, moved Tony Allen and Zach Randolph, and dove head-first into a space-and-pace playstyle the rest of the NBA is running behind. They didn’t, and found Parsons to be the appropriate fit between a muddy past and capacious future.
That idea has yet to take place in reality, with Parsons dealing with injuries. That alone isn’t the lone issue. It was a known issue when the former Mavs forward inked a max deal this summer, and when he isn’t rehabbing off the court, Parsons isn’t providing much on it, a prop that has become the target of criticism as the Grizzlies hope to gain footing in the Western Conference.
By: Christian Dudley (@ChristianDudley)
After suffering a 96-92 loss two weeks ago to the Sacramento Kings, the Memphis Grizzlies are looking to even the season series. How will the Kings approach this game? Blu3 World Order interviews Kings forward Anthony Tolliver to find out.