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  1. nwagrizzfan

    Bests in Grizzlies History

    Conley with the mask coming back to lead us to victory in Oakland vs Golden State....then we came back home and throttled them in Game 3
  2. nwagrizzfan

    Grizzlies 2019-20 Rotation Predictions

    the just released rating for NBA2K20 agrees with your projections https://www.2kratings.com/nba2k20-team/memphis-grizzlies
  3. Yep I really like Ivan Rabb's potential too
  4. no question.....I'm just preparing for Spurs to match
  5. Nwaba does have a 7' wingspan....he just can't shoot
  6. nwagrizzfan

    Vegas Summer League

    Tonight vs. Magic and Bamba
  7. nwagrizzfan

    Ron Tillery...

    you nailed it I don't miss him one bit
  8. nwagrizzfan

    How Do You Feel?

    Herrington and Calkins agree
  9. nwagrizzfan

    How Do You Feel?

    yep Ayton JJJ Bagley / Doncic
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    Hindsight 20/20 I just don't like this pick

    please make it stop
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    With The 4th Pick In The 2018 NBA Draft

    4. Memphis Grizzlies Jaren Jackson Jr. Michigan State Age: 18.7 PF/C Height: 6-foot-11 | Weight: 240 The Grizzlies are listening to trade offers involving this pick and potentially Chandler Parsons, but a deal still seems unlikely at this stage. There is significant excitement in the Memphis organization about the type of talent that can be added at No. 4. The Grizzlies will be happy to select whichever prospect falls to them at this slot, barring a huge trade proposal. Jackson will be able to see some minutes playing power forward alongside the highly skilled Marc Gasol, as well as behind him at center. As the youngest player projected to be drafted, Jackson might have the highest ceiling in terms of his ability to affect the game on both ends of the floor. He has enviable physical tools, including a 7-foot-4 wingspan and tremendous mobility. Jackson's ability to space the floor (40 percent from 3-point territory and 80 percent from the line), block shots (5.7 per 40 minutes), switch on every screen and, increasingly, put the ball on the floor from the perimeter makes him an ideal fit for the modern NBA.
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    NBA Draft Hype

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    With The 4th Pick In The 2018 NBA Draft

    Cleveland Cavaliers receive: Kawhi Leonard, Pau Gasol, Ben McLemore, Chandler Parsons San Antonio Spurs receive: Tristan Thompson, 4th pick in the 2018 NBA Draft, 8th pick in the 2018 NBA Draft Memphis Grizzlies receive: Kevin Love, J.R. Smith