Memphis Grizzlies 2017-18 Season Preview

This team could either be surprisingly good, or predictably bad. Losing Tony Allen, Vince Carter, and Zach Randolph was big for the “Grit-n-Grind” culture that Memphis has been know for. The was known for their stingy defense and their ability to beat you up in the paint with their physical play style. This will be a big year for Mike... Read More

Jalen’s All-NBA Snub team

With the All-NBA teams announced, there are some notable names that were left off the list. Here is the All-NBA Snubbed team. Kyrie Irving Playing next to LeBron James has it’s perks and it’s downfalls. On one hand, your team is an automatic championship contending team. Your play, along with that of the whole team, will be elevated and James will... Read More

Can you win in todays NBA when your best player is a Center?

The NBA is in an age now when you shoot threes and ask questions later. From the Splash Trio in Golden State to the three point family affair in Houston, the league is moving further and further from the rim. The question has to be asked, can your team flourish when your best player is a center? If you look... Read More
NBA Wizards 

Gasol forces OT, Wizards fall to Grizzlies

The Wizards fell to 0-2 on the young season with a tough loss to Memphis last night. Washington went down in the first half, but would recover and put themselves in position to win the game in regulation. They just couldn’t close the deal. The Grizzlies forced overtime and from there, the home team made the most of their opportunity.... Read More

Memphis Grizzlies Season Preview

I can give you 153 million reasons why Mike Conley and the Grizzlies need to be good this year. However, here’s two reasons why they probably will not be, lack of offense and health. Conley is not only the man of the future for Memphis, but he inked the largest contract in NBA history ( 5 years $153 million). To... Read More

NBA All Star Voting Results: Western Conference

The starters have been announced for the All-Star teams, it’s far too early to discuss who got snubbed as the reserves haven’t yet been announced. But, here’s an indication of how the fans voted in the West. Frontcourt 1 Anthony Davis (NO) 1,369,911 2 Marc Gasol (Mem) 795,121 3 Blake Griffin (LAC) 700,615 4 Tim Duncan (SA) 546,817 5 Kevin... Read More
General Thoughts 

General Thoughts

The sports week was definitely entertaining as the NBA finally got down to its Final Four. The Indiana Pacers, behind the strong play of Lance Stephenson, took out the New York Knicks. And just like that the Knickstape has popped and the blue and orange skies have turned gray. The Pacers will now head on to face the Miami Heat,... Read More

Grizzlies Deal Gay

Trade rumors have been swirling for more than a year, today it finally came into fruition. The Grizzlies have been trying to avoid the luxury tax, that wouldn’t have been possible with several of the contracts given to their core players. Specifically the front court, that is where the strength of the team lies. Zach Randolph and Rudy Gay make roughly... Read More

NBA Player Rank: 29-21

Here is the next portion of our Player Rankings here at My Mind on Sports. Feel free to comment below!!    29. Rudy Gay  19.0 ppg 2.3apg 6.4rpg PER: 17.85  28. Josh Smith  18.8ppg 3.9apg 9.6rpg PER: 21.14  27. Andre Iguodala  12.4ppg 5.5apg 6.1rpg PER: 17.59  26. Tim Duncan  15.4ppg 2.3apg 9.0rpg PER: 22.60  25. Manu Ginobli  12.9ppg 4.4apg 3.4apg... Read More
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