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  1. Our biggest indicator of success will be whether we have Mike Conley and whether Mike is healthy. Success in the NBA is about talent and luck. There are exceptions, like great coaches, but the players and their health matters the most. Most coaches simply don't matter, and they end up being scapegoated by their F.O's. Put Steve Kurr on this years Cavs team and he might get fired. The bottom line is the talent level, and if we trade Mike and rebuild, we're not going to be good.
  2. I see. Interesting.
  3. Is this even for sure true? Where is it stated that we can't pick between 5th-8th if we don't get in the top 4? Everywhere I've seen has listed our chances of picking in the top 4 at some %, but that doesn't necessarily mean we can't pick outside the top 4 and up.
  4. You're right about the win %. I misread his win % for the playoffs where he's won 47% of his games with his regular season record. You guys are entitled to your opinions, but my point remains. The guy is not a good coach. If J.B Bickerstaff had that same team he'd have won a **** championship. If you've got hall of fame talent, you'd better be a HoF coach. edit: Anyone who watched those M.J Warriors teams knew they were a mess. They would absolutely collapse under pressure, meanwhile M.J would just be preaching to them about enjoying the moment. Then they'd run some non play and turn the ball over AGAIN. I never once believed in the M.J Warriors and I would be extremely unhappy if we hired him.
  5. Why would he make sense? Explain yourself. Why do people want Mark Jackson's sorry ***? He's had exactly zero success in the NBA with some of the greatest players to ever play the game. He literally has a sub .500 win %. He's a preacher, and a bad one. If you want a circus of a season with him on the sidelines motivating our players to do a really good job while not knowing how to draw up a **** play, then you're clueless.
  6. Yea, great idea. Let's get the guy that couldn't win with Steph Curry on our team. You're a joke. If ya'll really want a preacher for a coach, you're going to get what you ask for.
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    2019-20 - Who are you bringing back and why?

    It's understood by who? What are your sources?
  8. Let's not forget Delon Wright with 5 huge steals. Our defense down the stretch, combined with the fact that J.V ruined Bender's NBA career won us this game.
  9. That was one of the most dominant performances I've ever seen by a Grizzlies player in the 4th. Talk about being gifted a star.
  10. 34 points and TWENTY rebounds. Sign this man. Do it. GIVE HIM THE MONEY.
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    Grizzlies are 7-11 since JV started playing

    Pay That Man His Money
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    2019 NBA DRAFT

    Does anyone know where you can find information on games lost to injury? I'm curious how the Grizz stack up EVERY.SINGLE.YEAR. It's so frustrating how unlucky we are.
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    IVAN RABB SHOULD START IN EVERY GAME

    Welcome to the board but if you're adding meaningful insights to the board you'll be in the minority. This is not a sophisticated fan board like you might find from our neighbors to the North. This is a place where hope comes to die and negativity runs rampant. Turn back now while you still can. Again, welcome.
  14. Now that was a very entertaining game. Hopefully JJ doesn't take missing that FT too badly. The truly great players learn from situations like these. I love Ivan Rabb and hope he develops but J.V is too good not to start at center. Holy crap. He's the strongest player on the court. Obviously Bradley was amazing and its a shame he didn't get a chance to take the last shot.
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    Big Spain Appreciation Thread

    Well your case simply doesn't have much weight and you are in the vast minority.