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Griz routed by Thunder in 1st game without Gay
ESPN.com Updated Jan 31, 2013
Kevin Durant scored 27 points, Russell Westbrook added 21 points and nine assists and the Oklahoma City Thunder beat Memphis 106-89 Thursday night in the Grizzlies' first game since trading away leading-scorer Rudy Gay.Share Tweet
Adrian Wojnarowski's Latest Column Features A Sick Burn On John Hollingerdeadspin.com Jan 31, 2013Adrian Wojnarowski's latest Yahoo column is a thorough think piece about what the Memphis Grizzlies' decision to trade Rudy Gay to the Toronto Raptors means for the future of NBA free agency. It's a perfectly fine read, but what caught our attention was…Share TweetThe Memphis Grizzlies have shown once before they can be contenders without Rudy Gay.Share Tweetyahoo.com Jan 31, 2013Most analysis of Wednesday night's trades sending Rudy Gay to the Toronto Raptors, Ed Davis, Tayshaun Prince and Austin Daye to the Memphis Grizzlies, and Jose Calderon to the Detroit Pistons has focused on what the swaps meant for the Raps' future or t…Share Tweetdimemag.com Jan 31, 2013So, when exactly is the latest “new” Lakers season starting? At the end of the third quarter last night in Phoenix’s unbelievable 92-86 win, all was right in L.A. The Lakers shot 65 percent in the third quarter, Kobe was dishing (17 points, nine assShare Tweet
Going Down?: The Grizzlies' brass has shown a willingness to s…CNNSI.com Jan 31, 2013The Grizzlies' brass has shown a willingness to spend to win. But by dealing Rudy Gay, Memphis did the opposite, losing its spot as a title contender along the way, says Chris Mannix.Share Tweet
Grizzlies Crushed By Thunder Without GayJan 31In Grizzlies first game after trading Rudy Gay to the Raptors, Kevin Garneett and Russell Westbrook combine for 48 to lead Thunder to 106-89 win.
Grizzlies Crushed By Thunder Without Rudy GayJan 31Highlight Of The Night: In Grizzlies' first game after sending Rudy Gay to the Raptors, Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook combine for 48 points to lead Thunder to 106-89 win.