This is the February 1, 2013 news archive. View today's Grizzlies rumors and news.
Tayshaun Prince, Austin Daye and Ed Davis, all obtained by the Memphis Grizzlies in a three-team deal earlier this week, are expected to be in uniform for Friday night's game against the Washington Wizards.Share Tweet
The Oklahoma City Thunder put a 17-point beatdown on the Memphis Grizzlies on Thursday night, riding a white-hot start (32 points on 12 for 15 from the floor in the first quarter, including 11 on 5 for 6 by Russell Westbrook) and dismal Memphis shooting…Share TweetThe Oklahoma City Thunder blew out the Memphis Grizzlies last night, but an easy victory didn't stop Russell Westbrook from going a little crazy in the third quarter. After being called for a five-second violation, Westbrook returned to the bench and th…Share Tweet
Oklahoma City Cuts Memphis In Half; Golden State’s Defense Beats Dallasdimemag.com Feb 1, 2013We can just imagine Memphis head coach Lionel Hollins shaking his head. So you’re telling me you’re trading Rudy Gay and our first game without him is against Oklahoma City? Yes, and it wasn’t pretty, a small Grizzlies comeback notwithstanding in thShare Tweet
A Charge And A Three Save Boston; Pau Gasol Denies The Lakers Another Bad Road Lossdimemag.com Feb 1, 2013Someone forgot to tell Boston they don’t have Rajon Rondo or Jared Sullinger for the rest of this season. The Celtics ran off their fourth straight win after losing their All-Star starter point guard a week ago by devouring the short-handed Clippers, thShare Tweet
Too Soon To Judge: The depleted Grizzlies were no match for the Thun…CNNSI.com Feb 1, 2013The depleted Grizzlies were no match for the Thunder, losing 106-89. But blaming the defeat on the Rudy Gay trade ignores Oklahoma City's inherent advantages, says Ben Golliver.Share Tweet
Two Sides Of Gay TradeFeb 1In the latest Weekend Stein Edition of TrueHoop TV, Henry Abbott and Marc Stein dig into all sides of the Rudy Gay trade.
Prince, Grizzlies Pull Away From WizardsFeb 1Tayshaun Prince scores 14 points off the bench in debut with Grizzlies pacing them to 85-76 win.