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MEMPHIS GRIZZLIES Advanced Stats: PACE #14 94.7 OFFENSE: #16 104.4 DEFENSE: #8 102.5 In the first half of last season, Memphis looked like to go for a pretty average season for them, with a 19-23 record by January 19. Even though they were showing a lot of potential, they were being incredibly inconsistent and in point in December, they lost 4 games in a row, followed by 4 wins in a row and then,... Read more

2009/10 Review: If we discount the Oklahoma City Thunder, the Memphis Grizzlies has to be considered the most surprising team in the Western Conference last season. They were supposed to be one of the worst teams in the league, as the oddmakers had them listed to win 28/29 wins, but instead they finished the season with a 40-42 record. Few may remember but Allen Iverson played for the Grizzlies earlier ... Read more

In a perfect world, the Memphis Grizzlies look like a terrific team going into this season. After all, they have three young players with all star potential in Rudy Gay, OJ Mayo and Mike Conley and they have added to their roster a Hall of Famer guard in Allen Iverson. They have also a Power Forward that will get 20 points and 10 rebounds each night and they drafted a 7-3 center, with insane defensive skills in... Read more

Last season, just two persons in the world thought that trading Memphis' best player, Pau Gasol, to the Lakers for Kwame Brown, Javaris Crittenton, Aaron McKie (who retired) and the draft rights of Marc Gasol would be a nice deal: Grizzlies GM Chris Wallace and the team's owner Michael Heisley. After this bizarre trade which made the Lakers so much stronger that made them go to the NBA finals, Memphis gave a clear... Read more

Western Conference: 15. Minnesota Timberwolves I've placed the Wolves in the last position in my Power Ranking, but don't get me wrong, as this team had a good month of January and February, way better than a good number of teams. Actually their record of 10-41 hides the fact that they have covered the spread in 9 of their last 13 games. The team has been underrated by the bookies, thanks to the bettors... Read more

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