1 Memphis Dallas Mavericks (49-33) (60-22) Sunday, April 23, 2006 American Airlines Center, 8:30 p.m. CST; TNT, Fox Sports Net, FM Western Conference Playoffs, First Round Game #1, Road Game #1 GRIZZLIES PROBABLE STARTERS: P # Player Ht Wt Comments F 31 Shane Battier LAST GAME: 4 points (2-4 FG), 2 rebounds, 2 steals and 1 block in 22 minutes MIN). INJURY UPDATE: Damon Stoudamire Ruptured Right Patellar Tendon (OUT); Pau Gasol Sore Left Foot (DAY-TO-DAY); Eddie Jones Sore Left Foot (DAY-TO-DAY) RECENT TRANSACTIONS: AVERAGES: 10.1 ppg, 5.3 rpg, 1.7 apg, 35.0 mpg F 21 Hakim Warrick LAST GAME: 10 points (4-10 FG), 6 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal and a season and career-high 3 blocks in 23 minutes (second career start) MIN). AVERAGES: 4.1 ppg, 2.1 rpg, 0.4 apg, 10.6 mpg C 12 Jake Tsakalidis LAST GAME: 4 points (2-4 FG), 10 rebounds and 1 block in 20 minutes MIN). AVERAGES: 5.0 ppg, 4.2 rpg, 0.3 apg, 14.4 mpg G 33 Mike Miller LAST GAME: 7 points (3-6 FG, 1-2 3FG), 2 rebounds, 4 assists and 2 blocks in 21 minutes MIN). AVERAGES: 13.7 ppg, 5.4 rpg, 2.7 apg, 30.6 mpg G 32 Chucky Atkins LAST GAME: 5 points (1-3 FG, 1-1 3FG, 2-2 FT), 1 rebound and 2 assists in 13 minutes MIN). AVERAGES: 9.5 ppg, 1.7 rpg, 2.8 apg, 24.1 mpg March 6 - Recalled Anthony Roberson and Lawrence Roberts from the NBA Development League Arkansas RimRockers February 28 Re-assigned Anthony Roberson and Lawrence Roberts to the NBA Development League Arkansas RimRockers February 20 Recalled Anthony Roberson and Lawrence Roberts from the NBA Development League Arkansas RimRockers February 2 Assigned Anthony Roberson and Lawrence Roberts to the NBA Development League Arkansas RimRockers January 23 Signed free agent Chucky Atkins RECORDS/STREAKS SEASON Record Home Road OT STREAKS: OVERALL: Overall: Won 5 Overtime: Lost 1 EASTERN: Home: Won 5 Long Win Streak: Won 7 WESTERN: Road: Won 3 Long Loss Streak: Lost 5 LAST GAME: APR. 19/06 Grizzlies 102, T wolves 92 MEM MIN REB: MEM 55, MIN 45 AST: MEM 28, MIN 23 TO: MEM 21, MIN 17 GAME HIGHS PTS: Wright (MIN) 19 REB: Griffin (MIN) 15 AST: Hassell (MIN) 10 RECENT SCHED./RESULTS 4/11 vs. Minnesota W, Charlotte W, Houston W, /18 vs. L.A. Clippers-W, Minnesota W, PLAYOFF SCHEDULE/RESULTS Dallas, 8:30 p.m. Dallas, 7:00 p.m. 4/29 vs. Dallas, 4:30 p.m. 5/1 vs. Dallas, TBD Dallas, TBD 5/5 vs. Dallas, TBD Dallas, TBD FINAL WESTERN CONFERENCE STANDINGS W L GB 1. San Ant Phoenix Denver Dallas Memphis LA Clippers LA Lakers Sac Utah NOK Seattle Houston Golden St Minn Portland *Through games played on Apr. 19 G FG% 3P% FT% OFF DEF TOT APG SPG BPG TO PF PPG GRIZZLIES OPPONENTS G FG% 3P% FT% OFF DEF TOT APG SPG BPG TO PF PPG MAVERICKS OPPONENTS
2 TONIGHT S Dallas Mavericks March 23, :30 PM (CST) American Airlines Center The Grizzlies will Play On for the third consecutive season, and for the third time in franchise history. With a win over the Los Angeles Clippers on Mar. 18, the Grizzlies secured the fifth seed in the Western Conference and will face the fourth-seeded Dallas Mavericks in the opening round. Memphis and Dallas represent two of only five teams in the Western Conference to have qualified for the playoffs for the last three consecutive seasons (or better). Dallas won this season s head-to-head series 3-1. Recaps of those games are below: MEMPHIS VS. DALLAS REGULAR SEASON RECAPS November 26, DAL: MEM Team Highs: MEM PTS: Gasol-36, REB: Gasol-15, AST: Stoudamire-8 DAL DAL PTS: Nowitzki-27, REB: Howard/Nowitzki-9, AST: Daniels Series vs. DAL: DAL W, MEM L, MEM L, DAL L, Current Streaks vs. DAL: Home: DAL, 4 wins Road: DAL, 1 win Overall: DAL, 3 wins All-Time vs. DAL: Home: 3-18 Road: 4-18 Overall: 7-36 Series Highlights vs. DAL: - The Grizzlies win at Dallas on Nov. 26 snapped a nine-game losing streak and marked their first victory at American Airlines Center in franchise history. - Memphis attempted a seasonhigh 45 free throws on Dec. 9 vs. Dallas. - Pau Gasol had 36 points and 15 rebounds on Nov. 26 at Dallas, one of hist two 30- point/15-rebound doubledoubles this season. NOTABLE: Pau Gasol had a game and then season-high 36 points on shooting (10-13 FT), a game-high 15 rebounds, five assists and two blocks in 42 minutes of action. It marked his sixth double-double of the season. The Grizzlies shot well from the floor, finishing (55.4%). The Grizzlies recorded 23 assists on their 41 field goals, compared to the Mavs 11 assists on 31 field goals. KEY NOTE The win snapped a nine-game road losing streak vs. Dallas and was the Grizzlies first win at the American Airlines Center in franchise history. December 9, MEM: DAL Team Highs: DAL PTS: Nowitzki-35, REB: Dampier-11, AST: Harris-8 MEM MEM PTS: Miller-19, REB: Gasol/Miller-8, AST: Gasol-6 NOTABLE: The Grizzlies shot (66.7%) from the free throw line, season-highs for both makes and attempts. After shooting (77.8%) from the charity stripe in the first half, the Grizzlies shot (59.3%) in the second half. Dallas dominated on the glass, outrebounding Memphis KEY NOTE The Grizzlies struggled in the first quarter, scoring a season-low 16 points on 5-17 (29.4%) shooting. February 1, MEM: DAL Team Highs: DAL PTS: Howard-19, REB: Nowitzki-12, AST: Howard/Terry-3 MEM MEM PTS: Gasol-26, REB: Gasol-10, AST: Atkins-4 NOTABLE: Dallas won despite scoring an opponent s season-low 12 points in the third quarter. The Mavericks outscored the Grizzlies in points in the paint. Pau Gasol tallied his team-leading 18 th double-double with a game-high 26 points and team-high 10 rebounds. Dirk Nowitzki recorded his 16 th double-double of the season with 18 points and a game-high 12 rebounds. KEY NOTE The Mavs pulled out the win by outscoring the Grizzlies 15-5 over the last five and a half minutes of the game. February 23, DAL: MEM Team Highs: MEM PTS: Gasol/Jackson-18, REB: Three w/-7, AST: Gasol-4 DAL DAL PTS: Nowitzki-31, REB: Dampier-10, AST: Terry-6 NOTABLE: The Grizzlies dominate in second chance points (18-4), but were outscored on the break Dirk Nowitzki had a huge game, finishing with a game-high 31 points on shooting, including 2-4 and 5-5 performances from three-point range and the foul line respectively. KEY NOTE The Grizzlies lost despite holding a 19-point lead in the second quarter, a mark that was erased by a 21-2 Mavericks run over a five minute span bridging the second and third quarters. UPCOMING Dallas Mavericks March 26, :00 PM (CST) American Airlines Center The Grizzlies remain in Dallas for game two of the first round of the NBA s Western Conference playoffs. The Grizzlies picked up their first-ever win at American Airlines Center earlier this season (Nov. 26), snapping a nine-game road losing streak vs. Dallas in the process. Pau Gasol had a game and then season-high 36 points on shooting (10-13 FT), a game-high 15 rebounds, five assists and two blocks in 42 minutes of action, his sixth double-double of the season at the time.
3 LAST GAME: GRIZZLIES 102, TIMBERWOLVES 92 WEDNESDAY, APRIL TARGET CENTER MEM Team Highs: MEM PTS: Cardinal-18, REB: Roberts-12, AST: Cardinal-7 MIN MIN PTS: Wright-19, REB: Griffin-15, AST: Hassell Series vs. MIN: MEM W, MIN L, MEM W, MIN W, NOTABLE: Brian Cardinal recorded his first double-double of the season with a team and season-high 18 points, a season-high 11 rebounds, and a team and career-high seven assists. All 18 of Cardinal s points came in the second half and overtime periods. Grizzlies reserves combined for a franchise-record 72 points as five non-starters reached double-figures in scoring, including: Brian Cardinal (season-high 18 points), Anthony Roberson (season and career-high 14 points), Dahntay Jones (season-high 13 points), Bobby Jackson (10 points), Lawrence Roberts (season and career-high 10 points). Roberts completed the first double-double of his career with a season and career-high 12 rebounds. The win was the Grizzlies fifth overtime contest this season (second double-ot) and improved their record to 2-3 in those game this season. KEY NOTE - The Grizzlies won their fifth consecutive game to close the regular season at 49-33, their second-best record (and second-most wins) in franchise GRIZZLIES 101, CLIPPERS 95 TUESDAY, APRIL FEDEXFORUM LAC Team Highs: LAC PTS: Singleton-23, REB: Brand-8, AST: Livingston-9 MEM MEM PTS: Tsakalidis-18, REB: Tsakalidis-9, AST: Miller Series vs. LAC: LAC L, LAC W, MEM W, MEM W, NOTABLE: The Grizzlies win was their seventh in the month of April, setting a new franchise record for April victories. Memphis shot (55.6%) from three-point range. James Singleton had a career-high 23 points on 8-11 shooting (career-highs for makes and attempts). He also shot 5-6 from threepoint range, setting career highs for three-point field goals made and attempted. KEY NOTE The Grizzlies win secured the fifth seed in the Western Conference for the upcoming 2006 NBA Playoffs where they will face the fourth-seeded Dallas Mavericks. GRIZZLIES ROCKETS 81 SATURDAY, APRIL TOYOTA CENTER MEM Team Highs: MEM PTS: Miller-25, REB: Gasol-10, AST: Gasol-7 HOU HOU PTS: Howard-16, REB: Mutombo-9, AST: Alston-10 NOTABLE: Series vs. HOU: The Grizzlies shot 50.0% (37-74) from the field, improving their record to 14-3 when shooting 50.0% or better this season. MEM W, Houston shot 51.4% (19-37) from the field in the first half, but cooled to shoot 35.3% (12-34) in the second half. W, The Grizzlies bench combined for 41 points led by Mike Miller s game-high 25 points on shooting. MEM W, The win gave the Grizzlies their first ever season series sweep (4-0) over the Houston Rockets. HOU W, KEY NOTE Yao Ming (Broken Bone in Left Foot) and Tracy McGrady (Back Injury). GRIZZLIES DEN NOTES *Stats/Rankings Through Games Played on Apr. 19* GRIZZLIES VS. MAVERICKS QUICK FACTS: THE GRIZZLIES won their first-ever game in Dallas at American Airlines Center in their first game against Dallas this season (Nov. 26). Prior to that game, the Grizzlies had dropped their last nine consecutive games in Dallas. THE GRIZZLIES three losses against the Mavericks this season were by a combined 18 points. Memphis also led by double figures in two of those losses. THE GRIZZLIES have held the Mavericks to a pair of opponent s season lows this season: Points in the third quarter (12, Feb. 1 vs. DAL) and assists (11, Nov. DAL). DALLAS scored 34 points against the Grizzlies on Feb. 23 at American Airlines Center, the most by an opponent in the third quarter this season. THE GRIZZLIES attempted a season-high 45 free throws (made 30, 66.7%) on Dec. 9 vs. Dallas. MEMPHIS tied a fourth quarter season-low with 11 points and finished with a second half season-low 31 points on Feb. 23 at Dallas. PAU GASOL had a then season-high 36 points and game-high 15 rebounds on Nov. 26 at Dallas. Gasol shot from the floor, and from the free throw line. It marked one of Gasol s two double-doubles this season consisting of 30 or more points and 15 or more rebounds (had 33 points and 15 rebounds on Mar. 26 vs. Charlotte). GASOL averaged a team-best 23.3 points, 9.0 rebounds, 4.3 assists and 1.00 blocks in four starts against the Mavericks this season. For his career, Gasol is averaging 18.6 points, 7.7 rebounds and 2.6 assists in 20 games against the Mavericks. The Grizzlies will have to make up for the absence of guard DAMON STOUDAMIRE (Ruptured Right Patellar Tendon), who in two games against Dallas this season averaged 18.5 points, 5.0 rebounds and 5.5 assists. For his career, Stoudamire is averaging 13.6 points, 4.1 rebounds, 6.4 assists and 1.2 steals in 37 games against the Mavericks.
4 MORE GRIZZLIES VS. MAVERICKS QUICK FACTS: In two games in a Grizzly uniform vs. Dallas this season, CHUCKY ATKINS averaged 15.0 points on 57.9% shooting, 1.5 rebounds and 3.5 assists. For his career, Atkins is averaging 10.3 points, 1.7 rebounds and 4.2 assists in 17 games against the Mavericks. In his only game against the Mavericks this season, BRIAN CARDINAL pulled down a season-high seven rebounds. For his career, Cardinal is averaging 8.0 points, 3.8 rebounds and 0.9 assists in eight games against the Mavericks. LORENZEN WRIGHT had the best game of his career against Dallas on Nov. 4/01. Wright set career-highs in points (33), rebounds (26), free throws made (13) and free throws attempted (17). Wright is averaging 7.6 points and 6.4 rebounds in 30 career games against the Mavericks. LAWRENCE ROBERTS was born in Houston, Texas, less than 250 miles from Dallas, where he played at Lamar High School. Roberts was a three-time first-team All- District 17-5A selection and first-team all-state selection as a senior. He also played on Team USA/Texas in the 2001 Global Games in Dallas. DIRK NOWITZKI continues to be one of the Grizzlies toughest opponents. In four starts against Memphis this season, Nowitzki averaged a team-best 27.8 points, 9.0 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.25 blocks. Nowitzki had 35 points against the Grizzlies on Dec. 9, tied for the fifth-highest scoring total by an opponent this season. For his career, NOWITZKI is averaging 20.8 points, 8.4 rebounds, 2.4 assists, 1.1 steals and 1.2 blocks in 29 games against the Grizzlies. ERICK DAMPIER is from Jackson, Mississippi where he led Lawrence County High School to the Mississippi state title when he rebounded a missed shot and put it back at the buzzer to give his team the win in the championship game. Dampier went on to play three seasons of college ball at Mississippi State where he averaged 13.2 points, 9.2 rebounds and 2.68 blocks. He was named honorable mention All-American by The Associated Press in each of his last two seasons at Mississippi State. DAMPIER averaged 5.3 points, 8.5 rebounds and 1.50 blocks in four games against the Grizzlies this season. For his career, Dampier is averaging 10.5 points, 10.2 rebounds, 1.1 assists and 2.2 blocks in 31 games against the Grizzlies. Mavericks guard JASON TERRY and Grizzlies guard DAMON STOUDAMIRE both played for the University of Arizona. TERRY averaged 14.3 points on 60.0% shooting, 2.0 rebounds and 3.3 assists in three games against the Grizzlies this season. For his career, Terry is averaging 14.5 points, 2.1 rebounds, 5.2 assists and 1.7 steals in 17 games against the Grizzlies. JOSH HOWARD also played well against the Grizzlies this season. In three games, Howard averaged 14.3 points, 5.0 rebounds, 2.0 assists, 1.67 steals and 1.67 blocks. For his career, Howard is averaging 13.7 points, 6.0 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 1.5 steals in 11 games against the Grizzlies. RAWLE MARSHALL played in four Summer Pro League games for the Memphis Grizzlies, averaging 7.3 points and 2.5 rebounds. TEAM NOTES FRATELLO LEADS FURIOUS APRIL FINISH; EARNS COACH OF THE MONTH HONORS: (April 20) - The NBA announced today that Memphis Grizzlies Head Coach Mike Fratello was named the Western Conference Coach of the Month for April. For the month, Fratello and the Grizzlies were a Western Conference best 8-1 (.888) and secured the fifth seed in the West. He had five players score in double figures and 13 players average double figures in minutes. The Grizzlies win over the Los Angeles Clippers ( on April 18) was their seventh in the month, setting a record for the most in April in franchise history. With a win over the Milwaukee Bucks on April 7 (100-90), Fratello surpassed Hubie Brown as the franchise s all-time winningest coach with his 84th victory. This is Fratello s second time with the Grizzlies and fifth time overall being named an NBA Coach of the Month. Previous honors were with the Atlanta Hawks (January 1986) and twice with the Cleveland Cavaliers (December 1994, December 1995). *At 8-1 (.888), the Grizzlies earned their best month in franchise history (previously went 13-2,.867, in Mar. 04) and were one of only two teams in the entire league with only a single loss in April. Prior to this season, the Grizzlies had gone (.368) during the month of April since coming to Memphis prior to the season (Grizz 30-75,.286, in April while in Vancouver). Memphis closed the regular season with five consecutive victories. PLAYOFFS FAMILIAR TERRITORY FOR FRATELLO: Grizzlies Head Coach Mike Fratello is no stranger to the postseason. Fratello took over the Grizzlies last season on Dec. 2/04, bringing along 13 years of coaching experience, a (.552) overall NBA record, as well as wealth of playoff basketball experience. Including last season s Grizzly playoff squad, Fratello-led teams have qualified for the NBA playoffs in 10 of his 14 seasons as a head coach (all-time playoff record of 20-38,.345). Consequently, the upcoming 2006 NBA Playoffs will represent Fratello s 11 th postseason run. Among active NBA head coaches, Fratello ranks seventh heading into the 2006 postseason in terms of number of seasons qualifying for the playoffs, as shown by the breakdown below: # OF PLAYOFF COACH SEASONS* 1. Larry Brown, NYK Pat Riley, MIA Jerry Sloan, UTA Phil Jackson, LAL 14 George Karl, DEN Rick Adelman, SAC Mike Fratello, MEM Three tied at 8 *Does NOT include this season. GRIZZLIES CLINCH PLAYOFF BERTH FOR THIRD CONSECUTIVE SEASON: At 49-33, the Grizzlies clinched a spot in the playoffs for the third consecutive season, and for the third time in franchise history. With a win over the Los Angeles Clippers on Apr. 18, the Grizzlies secured the fifth seed in the Western Conference and will face the fourth-seeded Dallas Mavericks in the opening round. Memphis is one of only five teams in the Western Conference to have qualified for the playoffs for the last three consecutive seasons (or better), a list that includes Dallas, Denver, Sacramento and San Antonio. GRIZZ CONTINUE TO ROLL AT HOME; POST SECOND-MOST HOME WINS IN FRANCHISE HISTORY: Winners of 12 of their final 13 regular season games at home (including a current streak of five consecutive home wins), the Grizzlies record at FedExForum during the regular season improved to extending the mark for the second-most home victories in a single season in franchise history. Memphis 30 home victories puts them four above the old record, set by last season s record at home, and marked the fourth consecutive season the team has won 20 games or better at home. A breakdown of the Grizzlies history at home is below: GRIZZ BEST HOME RECORDS SEASON W-L *Grizz (.595) at home since relocating to Memphis prior to the season; Went (.401) at home in Vancouver.
5 GRIZZ GROWLING ON OFFENSIVE END POST ALL-STAR BREAK: The Grizzlies averaged 89.9 ppg in 52 games prior to this year s All-Star break. In the 30 games following, the Grizzlies averaged 96.1 ppg. The Grizzlies +6.2 ppg improvement represented the third-highest increase in the league in that span. The breakdowns below show where the Grizzlies stood among the league leaders in post-asb scoring increase and who led the way individually: TOP POST-ASB SCORING INCREASES (TEAMS) GRIZZ TOP POST-ASB SCORING INCREASES 1. Utah, +6.4 ppg 1. Jake Tsakalidis, +5.4 ppg 2. Charlotte, +6.3 ppg 2. Chucky Atkins, +4.4 ppg 3. Memphis, +6.2 ppg 3. Lorenzen Wright, +1.9 ppg 4. Pau Gasol, +1.5 ppg 5. Hakim Warrick, +0.9 ppg GRIZZ GETTING INTO PLAYOFF FORM ON THE DEFENSIVE END*, FINISH SEASON AS LEAGUE S BEST: The Grizzlies held the Timberwolves to 76 points on 41.3% shooting in a victory at FedExForum on Apr. 11, marking the 21 st time they held an opponent to 80 points or less this season while improving their record in those games to a near perfect *Through nine games in April, the Grizzlies held opponent s to a monthly season-low 85.2 ppg on 41.3% shooting overall and 30.2% shooting from three-point range (also opponent monthly season-lows in each category). Consequently, the Grizzlies defensive performances late in the season helped propel them to the top as the league s best scoring defense, holding opponents to 88.5 ppg this season. GRIZZ DEFENSIVE STATS/RANKINGS NBA S TOP DEFENSIVE TEAMS* CATEGORY AVG./RANK TEAM OPP. PPG OPP. PPG 88.5 ppg, 1 st 1. Memphis Grizzlies ppg OPP. UNDER 100 PTS 70 games, 2 nd 2. San Antonio Spurs ppg OPP. FG% 43.6%, 6 th 3. Detroit Pistons ppg OPP. FGA 75.3, 2 nd 4. Houston Rockets ppg OPP 3FG% 33.4%, 2 nd 5. Indiana Pacers ppg OPP. 3FGM 5.0, 5 th 6. New Jersey Nets ppg OPP. FTA 23.7, 4 th 7. Dallas Mavericks** ppg OPP. TO 14.8, 9 th 8. Minnesota Timberwolves ppg STEALS 7.3, 10 th 9. Utah Jazz ppg BLOCKS 5.4, 8 th 10. Cleveland ppg *Six of the top 10 defensive teams are from the Western Conference, including three teams from the Southwest Division (Memphis, Dallas, Houston). N.O./Okla. City finished 12 th (also from the Southwest Division), holding opponents to ppg. **Grizzlies face Dallas in the first round of the 2006 Playoffs. LONG RANGE SUCCESS; GRIZZ FINISH IN THE TOP 10 FROM THREE-POINT RANGE: The Grizzlies connected on 12 three-point field goals (on 20 attempts, 60.0%) in a win over the Timberwolves in their season finale on Apr. 19. It marked the 14 th time this season the Grizzlies connected on 10 or more three-point field goals and improved their record in those games to 13-2 (.867). The three-point shot was crucial to the Grizzlies success this season, posting a (.667) record when making more three-point field goals than their opponents compared to a 6-12 (.333) record when making fewer (3-1 when tied 3FGM). The Grizzlies finished the regular season ranked eighth in three-point field goal percentage (37.4%), fifth in three-point field goals made (7.2 3FGM) and sixth in three-point field goals attempted (19.2 3FGA). INDIVIDUAL NOTES PLAYOFF PEDIGREE: The Grizzlies roster boasts 12 players with a combined total of 252 games worth of playoff experience, including five players with resumes featuring 10 playoff games or more to their credit. Among the current Grizzlies with playoff experience are (listed by # of games): Eddie Jones (71), Bobby Jackson (48), Damon Stoudamire (46), Chucky Atkins (31), Mike Miller (16), Lorenzen Wright (11), Shane Battier (8 games), Pau Gasol (8), Jake Tsakalidis (5), Brian Cardinal (4), Dahntay Jones (3) and Antonio Burks (1). WHAT A FINISH; GRZZ WIN DOUBLE-OT FINALE BEHIND SEASON, CAREER & FRANCHISE BESTS: The Grizzlies capped off the regular season with a double-overtime win over the Minnesota Timberwolves. Both as a team and as individuals, the Grizzlies posted a number of season, career and franchise bests: Individuals Briand Cardinal Had a team and season-high 18 points, a season-high 11 rebounds and a team and career-high seven assists; his first double-double of the season. Also recorded season-highs in field goals made (seven), field goals attempted (16), three-point field goals made (four), three-point field goals attempted (seven) and minutes (35). Dahntay Jones Had a season-high 13 points and tied a season-high in minutes (39). Anthony Roberson Posted season and career-highs in points (14), field goals made (five), field goals attempted (15), three-point field goals made (four), three-point field goals attempted (six) and minutes (35). Lawrence Roberts Tallied season and career-highs in points (10), defensive rebounds (11) and total rebounds (12). Hakim Warrick Recorded a season and career-high three blocks. Team - Grizzlies reserves combined for a franchise-record 72 points, surpassing the old of 65 POR, Mar. 25/02) by seven points. - Scored a second-overtime franchise-record 17 points en route to a win. - Pulled down a season-high 55 total rebounds, including a season-high 43 boards on the defensive end. - Matched a season-high with 28 assists. MILLER FINDS 6 TH MAN SWAGGER AND THREE-POINT STROKE: Mike Miller was key to the Grizzlies success this season, ranking second on the team in scoring (13.7 ppg), second in rebounding (5.4 rpg) and tied for third in assists (2.7 apg; does not include Damon Stoudamire). Miller was also second on the team in doubledoubles, posting his sixth double-dip of the season against the Clippers on Mar. 23, finishing with 21 points, a game-high 14 rebounds and four assists. Miller s six doubledoubles also includes his first career triple-double (see Miller in 3-D below). The Grizzlies star reserve has came off the bench in 65 of 74 games played this season and recorded double figures in scoring in 54 games, including 16 games of 20 points or more (game-high 25 vs. Houston Saturday) and two games of 30 or more (season-high 41 vs. Denver last game). Below is a list of Miller s sixth man credentials: - Ranked first in scoring off the bench this season (13.4 ppg). - One of only three players in the NBA to shoot over 40.0% from three-point range while averaging better than 5.0 rebounds and 2.5 assists (Nowitzki, DAL; Duncan, SAS). - One of only two reserves to scored 30 or better in multiple games this season (Nelson, ORL). - Scored a career-high 41 points on shooting, including a 5-12 performance from three-point range on Mar. 17 vs. Denver, tying a then single game franchise scoring record. His 44 points is also the third highest total for a reserve in the last 10 years. - Posted his first career triple double, and first in Memphis Grizzlies history with 21 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists in a win over the Sacramento Kings on Jan. 10. He is just the third NBA player in the last 10 years to record a triple-double in a game that he did not start. (Shawn Bradley, DAL; Magic Johnson, LAL).
6 TWIN TOWERS: TSAKALIDIS & WRIGHT TEAM-UP AT CENTER: Both Jake Tsakalidis and Lorenzen Wright picked up their production following All-Star Break. Tsakalidis improved his scoring production from 2.6 ppg to 8.0 ppg (+5.4) in 23 games post All-Star break while Wright improved from 5.1 ppg to 7.0 ppg (+1.9) in 29 games. The Grizzlies went gone 10-4 this season when Wright or Tsakalidis pulled down 10 or more rebounds, 17-7 when either scored 10 or more points and 5-3 when either posted a double-double. The duo combined for 20 points on three occasions this season (Grizz 2-1) and combined for 20 rebounds on two occasions as well (Grizz 2-0). *In the Grizzlies 52 games prior to All-Star break Wright and Tsakalidis combined for an average of 7.7 points and 7.6 rebounds. *In the team s 30 games following, the two centers combined to average a double-double of 15.0 points and 11.1 rebounds. PRE ALL-STAR BREAK PPG RPG FG% POST ALL-STAR BREAK* PPG RPG FG% WRIGHT % WRIGHT % TSAKALIDIS % TSAKALIDIS % COMBINED % COMBINED % *In a win over the Clippers on Apr. 18, Tsakalidis (team-high 18 points, game-high 9 rebounds) and Wright (17 points, 5 rebounds) combined for 35 points and 14 rebounds. ATKINS IN ACTION IN APRIL: Chucky Atkins was stellar during the month of April, averaging a monthly season-high 13.6 ppg. He also shot monthly season-highs from the field (44.2%) and from three-point range (44.4%). Atkins was crucial to the Grizzlies success in April, scoring 15 points or better in five of their eight wins. After signing with the Grizzlies on Jan. 23 (played 28 games with the Washington Wizards to start the season), Atkins averaged 11.4 points, 1.7 rebounds and 3.0 assists in 43 games. In his 39 starts in a Grizzlies uniform, Atkins led the team to a (.615) record. SPLIT G GS MPG FG% 3P% FT% OFF DEF RPG APG SPG BPG PPG w/ Washington w/ Memphis In April GASOL LEADING THE WAY: Pau Gasol led the team in points (19), rebounds (10) and assists (six) in a win over the Timberwolves on Apr. 11, marking the 12 th time this season he led the team in all three major statistical categories in the same game (includes ties). Only one other player accomplished the feat in more games than Gasol this season, as shown by the breakdown below: MOST TIMES LEADING TEAM IN POINTS, REBOUNDS, ASSISTS GAMES PLAYER 16 James, LeBron 12 GASOL, PAU 11 Garnett, Kevin 10 Pierce, Paul *Courtesy of the Elias Sports Bureau PAU-ER IN NUMBERS: Pau Gasol logged one of the best seasons of his young career, posting career-highs in almost every major statistical category during the regular season. Now in his fifth NBA season, Gasol found himself ranked among the top 20 in the league in over 15 statistical categories, and among a number of the Western Conference s elite forwards. Breakdowns of Gasol s career bests and where he stood among the West s top forwards during the regular season are below: 20 CATEGORY PREVIOUS CAREER-HIGH AVERAGES 20.4 PPG 19.0 ( ) 8.9 RPG 8.9 ( )* 4.6 APG 2.8 ( ) 1.91 BPG 2.06 ( )* 39.2 MPG 36.7 ( )* *Rookie season WESTERN CONFERENCE LEADERS - FORWARDS SCORING REBOUNDING ASSISTS BLOCKS 1. D. Nowitzki 26.6 ppg 1. K. Garnett 12.7 rpg 1. L. Odom 5.5 apg 1. A. Kirilenko 3.19 bpg 2. C. Anthony 26.5 ppg 2. S. Marion 11.8 rpg 2. R. Davis 5.1 apg 2. E. Brand 2.54 bpg 3. E. Brand 24.7 ppg 3. T. Duncan 11.0 rpg 3. P. Gasol* 4.6 apg 3. E. Griffin 2.11 bpg 4. K.Garnett 21.8 ppg 4. E. Brand 10.0 rpg 4. A. Kirilenko 4.3 apg 4. T. Duncan 2.03 bpg S. Marion 21.8 ppg T. Murphy 10.0 rpg 5. K. Garnett 4.1 apg 5. P. Gasol* 1.91 bpg 6. P. Gasol* 20.4 ppg 6. L. Odom 9.2 rpg 6. T. Duncan 3.2 apg 6. S. Marion 1.69 bpg 7. R. Lewis 20.1 ppg 7. D. Nowitzki 9.0 rpg 7. M. Dunleavy 2.9 apg 7. S. Battier 1.41 bpg 8. R. Davis 19.4 ppg 8. P. Gasol* 8.9 rpg 8. D. Nowitzki 2.8 apg K. Garnett 1.41 bpg 9. T. Duncan 18.6 ppg 9. A. Kirilenko 8.0 rpg 9. C. Anthony 2.7 apg 9. D. Nowitzki 1.02 bpg 10. Z. Randolph 18.0 ppg Z. Randolph 8.0 rpg 10. E. Brand 2.6 apg 10. D. West 0.86 bpg *Gasol joins Elton Brand (LAC), Kevin Garnett (MIN), Tim Duncan (SAS) and Dirk Nowitzki (DAL) as the only players to appear in the top 10 among forwards in the Western Conf. in each of the four categories listed above. FRATELLO SURPASSES BROWN AS FRANCHISE LEADER IN COACHING VICTORIES: With a win over the Milwaukee Bucks on Apr. 7, head coach Mike Fratello surpassed Hubie Brown as the franchise s all-time winningest coach with his 84 th victory at the helm of the Grizzlies. Already the franchise s leader in terms of winning percentage*, Feb. 11 s win over the Los Angeles Lakers was Fratello s 639 th career coaching victory, surpassing former Pistons coach Chuck Daly for 17 th all-time. Consequently, The Czar is just 36 wins shy of matching Red Holzman for 16 th all-time (696). Below is a breakdown of the Grizzlies top five winningest coaches, and where Fratello ranks in all-time coaching victories: GRIZZLIES WINNINGEST COACHES NBA COACHES RANKINGS BY VICTORIES YEARS HEAD COACH WON LOST PCT NAME WINS WINNING PCT Current Mike Fratello * 1. Lenny Wilkens 1, Hubie Brown Sidney Lowe Red Holzman Brian Hill Mike Fratello Brian Winters Chuck Daly Doug Moe Alvin Attles
7 MISCELLANEOUS NOTES GASOL HAS CAREER NIGHT: Pau Gasol scored a career-high and single-game franchise-record 44 points vs. Seattle on Mar. 28, shooting from the field and from free throw line. Gasol s 44 topped his previous career-high of 39 points and was three points better than the previous franchise record of 41 points (Mike Miller, Bryant Reeves). Gasol has topped the 30-point plateau in three consecutive games from Mar , scoring 113 points in that span and setting franchise-record for scoring over three consecutive games. The old record was set by Bryant Reeves, who totaled 101 points in a three-game span from Mar /98. GASOL HAS STELLAR NIGHT IN THE BIG APPLE; BECOMES FRANCHISE REBOUND LEADER: Pau Gasol had another stellar night in a win at New York on Mar. 24, finishing with a game-high 36 points on shooting, eight rebounds, three assists and three blocks in 41 minutes. His eight rebounds gave him 3,072 for his career at the time, surpassing former Grizzly Shareef Abdur-Rahim (3,070) as the all-time franchise leader in rebounds. The bearded big man also stepped out beyond the arc and knocked down his third three-point field goal of the season and 10 th of his career. MILLER HAS CAREER-NIGHT: Mike Miller scored a career-high 41 points on shooting, including a 5-12 performance from three-point range on Mar. 17 vs. Denver, also at the time, tying the franchise mark for points in a single game (Bryant BOS on Jan. 15/98). Miller s 41 points established a new franchise record for most points scored by a Grizzly off the bench. It also marked the third-highest total by a non-starter over the last 10 years. GASOL POSTS FIRST CAREER TRIPLE-DOUBLE: Pau Gasol had one of the best all-around games of his career at Seattle on Mar. 8, finishing with a game-high 21 points, 12 rebounds and a game and career-high 12 assists recording the first triple-double of his career. Gasol s triple-double was just the fifth in franchise history, and second since the team s relocation to Memphis (see Miller in 3-D below). *Gasol is the only player in the NBA to post a triple-double consisting of at least 20 points, 12 rebounds and 12 assists this season. Gasol also had a career-high four steals and three blocks in 41 minutes. GRIZZLIES ALL-STAR ACTION: Pau Gasol appeared in his first All-Star game, finishing with a game-high 12 rebounds, including a game-high six on the offensive end (tied with Tim Duncan) in 14 minutes of action. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, prior to this year s game, only one player had even half that many total rebounds in an NBA All-Star Game in which he failed to score (Darrell Imhoff had seven boards in the 1967 All-Star Game; Ben Wallace also had eight rebounds without scoring on Sunday night). His 12 rebounds is also the most in an All-Star game since Tim Duncan pulled down 13 caroms in the 2004 All-Star Game in Los Angeles. Gasol represents the Grizzlies first All-Star in franchise history and the first Spanish player in NBA history to be selected to the All-Star team. Grizzlies rookie Hakim Warrick also participated in this year s All-Star festivities, placing third in the Sprite Rising Stars Slam Dunk competition Saturday night. Warrick was the first Memphis Grizzlies player to compete in the contest, and second player in franchise history to participate in the event (Stromile Swift, 2001 Slam Dunk competition). MILLER IN 3-D; GRIZZ STAR RESERVE POSTS FIRST CAREER TRIPLE-DOUBLE: Mike Miller recorded his first career triple-double in a win over Sacramento on Jan. 10, finishing with 21 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists in 41 minutes off the bench. Miller s efforts marked the fourth triple-double in franchise history, and first since the team s relocation to Memphis ending the Grizzlies' streak of 452 games without a player recording a triple-double (since Mike Bibby had one on Apr. 2/00). At the time, it was the second-longest current drought in the league. Utah (at the time) had the longest active streak, but snapped their drought as well at 530 straight games when Andrei Kirilenko recorded his first career triple-double on Jan. 17 (first since Karl Malone posted one on May 4/99). Miller is just the third NBA player in the last 10 years to record a triple-double in a game that he did not start. Shawn Bradley did it for Dallas on Apr. 7/98 as did Magic Johnson for the Lakers on Feb. 14/ TEAM HIGHLIGHTS: - The Grizzlies win on Nov. Utah gave Mike Fratello his 47 th victory with Memphis, surpassing Sidney Lowe as the franchise s second-winningest coach in history. - The Grizzlies opened the season by going 10-5 in November, their best opening month in franchise history. The Grizzlies were one of only seven teams to post 10 or more wins in November in the NBA this season. - The Grizzlies won their first-ever game in Dallas at American Airlines Center in their first game against Dallas this season (Nov. 26). - Memphis won three-straight games by 20 or more points for the first time with wins over Dallas (Nov. 26), Toronto (Nov. 30) and Orlando (Dec. 2), accomplishing the feat for the first time in franchise history. - The Grizzlies tied the franchise record for the most wins in December, going 9-5 in the month. - By earning their 20 th win with a victory over Golden State on Jan. 3 (only 30 games into the season), the Grizzlies reached the 20-win plateau quicker than they have in any other season. The previous best was through 38 games, accomplished both last season and in the season. For comparison, the Grizzlies didn t crack 20 wins in each of their first four seasons (including the lockout-shortened season). - The Grizzlies record of through their first 41 games was their best first-half start to a season in franchise history. - Memphis win over the Los Angeles Lakers on Feb. 11was Mike Fratello s 639 th career coaching victory, surpassing former Detroit Pistons head coach Chuck Daly for 17 th all-time in the NBA. - The Grizzlies posted a 10-6 record in the month of March, their second month of the season with double figures in the win column. It also marked the second-most wins in March in franchise history. - The Grizzlies recorded their 27 th home win of the season on Apr. 4, the second-most in franchise history. th - Memphis win over the Milwaukee Bucks on Apr. 7 was the 84 under the tutelage of head coach Mike Fratello, surpassing Hubie Brown as the Grizzlies all-time winningest coach. - The Grizzlies home win over the Los Angeles Clippers on Apr. 18 was their seventh during the month of April, setting a new franchise record for the most victories in the month of April. - Memphis finished 49-33, their second-best season in franchise history (one shy of the matching the franchise record for victories; 50 wins in ). GRIZZLIES IN THE COMMUNITY : HOMETOWN HOOPS The Memphis Grizzlies have unveiled Hometown Hoops, a 15 x 40 display of almost 40 area high school jerseys in the Grand Lobby of FedExForum. The display pays homage to the outstanding tradition of high school basketball in the Memphis region, representing both public and private institutions. There is no stronger basketball tradition in the country for quality high school basketball than right here in Memphis, said Grizzlies President of Business Operations Andy Dolich. The wall is not fully complete and we are looking for every school in the region to have a jersey as part of the display. At the time, the following schools appear as part of the Hometown Hoops display: Bishop Byrne, Bolton, Booker T. Washington, Briarcrest, Carver, Central, Christian Brothers, Collierville, Craigmont, East, Fairley, Harding, Horn Lake, Kingsbury, Kirby, Lausanne, Manassas, Melrose, Memphis University School, Mitchell, Northside, Oakhaven, Overton, Raleigh-Egypt, Sheffield, St. Benedict, St. George s, St. Mary s, Treadwell, Trezevant, Turrell, West Memphis, Westside, Westwood, White Station, Whitehaven and Wooddale. For more information or to have your school added to the Hometown Hoops display, contact Grizzlies Manager of Community Investment James Underwood at (901) TICKETS FOR KIDS The Memphis Grizzlies' Tickets for Kids program facilitates the distribution of tickets purchased by Grizzlies season ticket holders, corporate sponsors, players, coaches, and owners to charities and youth organizations throughout the Mid-South. The program aims to provide children who would not otherwise have the resources the opportunity to attend a Grizzlies home basketball game. While doing so, the Grizzlies aim to recognize hard work and achievement in the classroom. This season, 13 Grizzlies players and the coaching staff have donated the resources necessary to provide area children with tickets to Grizzlies home games. Contact Grizzlies Media Relations for more information and feature opportunities.
8 Grizzlies Team Miscellaneous Statistics RECORDS Record Home Road Overtime OVERALL: Northwest Pacific Southwest WESTERN: Atlantic Central Southeast EASTERN: HOME ATTENDANCE FedExForum Capacity 18,119 GAMES: TOTAL: AVERAGE: HIGH: SELLOUTS: ,533 15,793 18,119 4 WON-LOST STREAKS CURRENT STREAKS OVERALL: Won 5 HOME: Won 5 ROAD: Won 3 OVERTIME: Lost 1 Longest Winning Streaks OVERALL: Won 7 HOME: Won 6 ROAD: Won 4 OVERTIME: Won 1 Longest Losing Streaks OVERALL: Lost 5 HOME: Lost 2 ROAD: Lost 6 OVERTIME: Lost 2 THE GRIZZLIES ARE Overall 27-6 Outrebound Opponent 6-2 Preseason vs. Eastern Conference Outrebounded by Opponent 10-5 November vs. Western Conference 4-1 Tied, Rebounds 9-5 December Leading after 1 st Quarter 31-9 More FTM than Opponent 7-8 January Trail after 1 st Quarter Less FTM than Opponent 5-8 February 2-0 Tied after 1 st Quarter 3-2 Tied, FTM 10-6 March Leading at Half More 3FGM than Opponent 8-1 April Trailing at Half 6-12 Less 3FGM than Opponent 3-2 Tied at Half 3-1 Tied, 3FGM 4-4 Monday Lead after 3 rd Quarter More turnovers than Opponent 10-4 Tuesday 4-22 Trail after 3 rd Quarter Less turnovers than Opponent 10-7 Wednesday 0-1 Tied after 3 rd Quarter 0-10 Score < Thursday 2-3 In Overtime 18-5 Score Friday 41-7 Outshoot Opponent (%) 20-1 Opponents score < Saturday 7-26 Outshot by Opponent (%) 3-10 Opponents score Sunday 1-0 Tied Opponent, shooting (%) Bench outscores opponents bench 15-3 Shoot.500 or better Bench outscored by opponents bench Shoot under Tied, bench scoring QUARTER-BY-QUARTER 1 st 2 nd 3 rd 4 th OT 2OT Tot. Grizzlies Average Opponents Average GRIZZLIES Reg. Season Avg.: 30.9 ppg Team High: 72 MIN* Team Low: 8 ATL *Franchise Record Individual High: 41 Miller, 3/17 vs. DEN BENCH SCORING OPPONENTS Reg. Season Avg.: 25.1 ppg Team High: 48 PHO Team Low: 6 (2x) DET Individual High: 24 Barbosa, PHO WON-LOST MARGINS Margin Won by Lost by Margin Won by Lost by 1
9 GRIZZLIES BY THE NUMBERS MISCELLANEOUS STATISTICS GRIZZLIES LEADERS PTS REB AST BLK STL Double PTS REB AST BLK STL MIN Player Doubles Atkins Battier Burks Cardinal Gasol ** Jackson D. Jones E. Jones Miller * Roberson 1 Roberts Stoudamire Thomas 1 Tsakalidis Warrick Wright *Includes a triple-double: 21 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists on Jan. 10 vs. SAC. *includes ties **Includes a triple-double: 21 points, 12 rebounds, 12 assists on Mar. SEA. GRIZZLIES AMONG NBA LEADERS INDIVIDUAL TEAM PLAYER RANK CATEGORY CATEGORY RANK AVERAGE Shane Battier 29 th 3FG% (39.4%) Points/game 27 th th STL/TO (1.01) FG Percentage 20 th.448 Pau Gasol 19 th PPG (20.4) FT Percentage 27 th th BPG (1.91) 3FG Percentage 8 th th FTA (7.7) Off. Rebounds/game 25 th th RPG (8.9) Rebounds/game 28 th rd OFF REB (2.4) Assists/game 22 nd th DEF RPG (6.5) Steals/game 10 th th DOUBLE-DOUBLES (33) Turnovers/game 8 th th TRIPLE-DOUBLES (1) Blocks/game 8 th 5.4 Eddie Jones 24 th 3FGM (133) Points Off Turnovers 16 th th SPG (1.75) Fastbreak Points 27 th rd STL/TO (1.41) Points in the Paint 21 st 37.2 Mike Miller 8 th TRIPLE-DOUBLES (1) 2 nd Chance Points 24 th nd 3FGM (137) Pts Allowed 1 st th 3FG% (40.7%) Opp. FG Percentage 6 th.436 *Through games played on Apr. 19; includes ties STARTING LINEUPS Guard Guard Center Forward Forward G W L Pct. Stoudamire E.Jones Wright Gasol Battier Atkins E.Jones Wright Gasol Battier Jackson E.Jones Wright Gasol Battier Atkins E.Jones Tsakalidis Gasol Battier Atkins D.Jones Tsakalidis Gasol Battier Stoudamire E.Jones Gasol Battier Miller Stoudamire Miller Wright Gasol Battier Atkins Miller Tsakalidis Gasol Battier Atkins E.Jones Gasol Battier Miller Jackson D.Jones Gasol Battier E.Jones Stoudamire E.Jones Wright Gasol Miller Burks E.Jones Wright Gasol Battier Stoudamire Miller Gasol Battier Jones Atkins E.Jones Tsakalidis Warrick Battier Atkins Miller Tsakalidis Warrick Battier RECORD WHEN IN STARTING LINEUP Player Won Lost Pct. Atkins Battier Burks Gasol Jackson D. Jones E. Jones Miller Stoudamire Tsakalidis Warrick Wright GAMES MISSED INJURY/INACTIVE Player Injury/Illness Dates Out G Shane Battier Sprained Rt. Index Finger 12/14 1 Antonio Burks Inactice 2 Brian Cardinal Left Knee Rehabilitation 11/2-12/13 20 Flu 2/13 1 Inactive 1 Sore Right Knee 3/6-3/21 8 Pau Gasol Sore Left Foot 4/18 2 Bobby Jackson Pulled Right Hamstring 11/10-12/28 8 Strained Rib Muscle 3/12-3/17 3 Eddie Jones Sprained Right Ankle 12/21-12/23 2 Sore Left Foot 2/26 1 Left Foot Injury 3/6-3/10 3 Inactive 1 Mike Miller Concussion; Laceration 11/26-11/30 2 Sprained Left Ankle 12/31 1 Sprained Left Ankle 2/11-2/15 4 Anthony Roberson Inactive 54 Lawrence Roberts Inactive 29 Damon Stoudamire Sprained Left Ankle 11/12 1 Ruptured Right Patellar 12/31-current 53 Tendon Jake Tsakalidis Inactive 9 Sprained Left Thumb 3/23-4/1 6 Lorenzen Wright Strained Right Hamstring 11/16 1 Bruised Left Knee 1/18 1 *Dates listed for games missed due to injury only
10 TEAM HIGHS AND LOWS - GRIZZLIES CATEGORY HIGH/MARGIN LOW/DEFICIT Total Points 116 3/17 vs. DEN 66 IND Points 1 st Quarter 34 (2x) LAL 9 IND Points 2 nd Quarter 37 1/3 vs. GSW 13 (3x) NJN Points 1 st Half 65 3/17 vs. DEN 27 IND Points 3 rd Quarter 38 2/27 vs. WAS 11 (2x) *2/24 vs. SAS Points 4 th Quarter 34 DEN 11 (2x) DAL Points 2 nd Half 67 2/27 vs. WAS 31 DAL Points, Overtime 17 2 nd OT, MIN 5 1 st OT, MIN FG s made 44 (2x) *12/19 vs. DET 24 (2x) IND FG s attempted 93 12/17 vs. PHO 56 2/24 vs. SAS FG % 58.8% - 2/27 vs. WAS 33.8% - IND 3pt FG s made 15 HOU 2 (2x) SAS 3pt FG s attempted 32 HOU 10 (2x) SAS 3pt FG % 70.0% - DEN 15.4% - 1/16 vs. SAS FT s made 38 UTA 5 1/10 vs. SAC FT s attempted 45 12/9 vs. DAL 9 1/10 vs. SAC FT % 94.4% 1/25 vs. MIN 46.2% BOS Rebounds 55 MIN 21 DEN Offensive rebounds 19 12/21 vs. POR 2 DEN Defensive rebounds 43 MIN 17 (2x) NOK Assists 28 (2x) MIN 9 SAS Steals 13 (3x) NYK 1 1/28 vs. NOK Turnovers 24 2/24 vs. SAS 5 12/17 vs. PHO Blocked shots 15 4/7 vs. MIL 1 (2x) WAS *Denotes most recent occurrence TEAM HIGHS AND LOWS OPPONENTS CATEGORY HIGH/MARGIN LOW/DEFICIT Total Points 115 DEN 65 1/6 vs. UTA Points 1 st Quarter 35 LAL 12 2/24 vs. SAS Points 2 nd Quarter 42 PHO 8 MIL Points 1 st Half 64 PHO 26 HOU Points 3 rd Quarter 34 DAL 12 2/1 vs. DAL Points 4 th Quarter 36 NOK 13 2/15 vs. SAC Points 2 nd Half 63 NOK 29 MIN Points, Overtime 13 2 nd OT, 12/19 vs. DET 5 1 st OT, MIN FG s made 48 DEN 23 11/8 vs. SEA FG s attempted 97 MIN 60 11/25 vs. HOU FG % 64.0% DEN 30.8% 1/6 vs. UTA 3pt FG s made 12 (3x) PHO 0 LAC 3pt FG s attempted 32 12/17 vs. PHO 1 LAC 3pt FG % 77.8% BOS 0.0% - LAC FT s made 33 UTA 3 12/17 vs. PHO FT s attempted 46 MIA 4 12/17 vs. PHO FT % 100.0% PHO (11-11) 42.1% 1/30 vs. HOU Rebounds 60 12/17 vs. PHO 24 2/27 vs. WAS Offensive rebounds 20 (2x) SAC 3 SAC Defensive rebounds 41 (3x) *12/17 vs. PHO 16 2/7 vs. WAS Assists 32 DEN 11 DAL Steals 13 BOS 1 2/21 vs. TOR Turnovers 24 3/23 vs. LAC 7 LAL Blocked shots 12 (3x) PHO 1 (5x) *3/17 vs. DEN *Denotes most recent occurrence
Memphis Grizzlies vs. Los Angeles Clippers (47-33) (46-34) Tuesday, April 18, 2006 FedExForum, 7:00 p.m. CST; 103.5 FM Regular Season Game #81, Regular Season Home Game #41 GRIZZLIES PROBABLE STARTERS:
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GAME NOTES CONNECTICUT SUN (-7) VS. WASHINGTON MYSTICS (1-7) MOHEGAN SUN ARENA JULY 8, 217 7: P.M. ET REGULAR SEASON GAME 17 HOME GAME 7 CSN 217 SUN SCHEDULE 5/2 vs. Chicago* W, 81-72 5/3 vs. Los Angeles*
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ROBBIE GOULD 9 K» 6-0» 190» PENN STATE 12.6.82» JERSEY SHORE, PA» CENTRAL MOUNTAIN HS, LOCK HAVEN, PA» 13TH YEAR» ACQUIRED FA IN 17 AWARDS & HONORS 2005: NFC Special Teams Player of the Week (Week 9) 2006:
2015-16 SCHEDULE DATE OPPONENT RESULT W/L 10/28 @ Phoenix 111-95 1-0 10/29 @ L.A. Clippers 88-104 1-1 11/1 @ L.A. Lakers 103-93 2-1 11/3 vs. Toronto 91-102 2-2 11/5 vs. Charlotte 94-108 2-3 11/7 vs. New
SAN ANTONIO SPURS PRESEASON GUIDE 2017-18 SPURS PRESEASON GUIDE TABLE OF CONTENTS MEDIA INFORMATION...2 SPURS TRAINING CAMP ROSTER...3 PLAYER BIOS......5 SPURS STAFF BIOS...29 2016-17 TEAM STATS...34 SPURS
GENERAL INFORMATION Cleveland Cavaliers 2017 Training Camp Information... 4 2016 Preseason Results / 2017 Summer League Results... 5 2017-18 Regular Season Schedule... 6 2017 TRAINING CAMP ROSTER & BIOGRAPHIES
ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES ADELMAN, RICK PERSONAL: Born June 16, 1946, in Lynwood, Calif.... 6-2/180. (1.88/81.6).... Full name: Richard Leonard Adelman... Name pronounced ADD-el-mun. HIGH SCHOOL: St. Pius
WELKER AT A GLANCE: A 10th-year wide receiver in his first season with Denver who is tied for the most 100-catch campaigns (5) in NFL history while tying for the most 10-catch games (18) in league annals.
2017-18 SCHEDULE All games can be heard on WTAM/La Mega 87.7 FM 10/17 vs. BOS WON, 102-99 10/20 @ MIL WON, 116-97 10/21 vs. ORL Lost, 93-114 10/24 vs. CHI WON, 119-112 10/25 @ BKN Lost, 107-112 10/28 @
PRESEASON DATE OPPONENT TV RESULT/TIME Oct. 1 Toronto PRIME/NBA TV L, 121-113 Oct. 3 Toronto PRIME/NBA TV W, 98-84 Oct. 8 Portland N/A L, 134-106 Oct. 12 Sacramento PRIME/NBA TV W, 104-87 Oct. 13 Lakers
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PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS (18-17) AT CHICAGO BULLS (13-22) Monday, January 1, 2018-5:00 p.m. (Pacific) United Center Chicago, Illinois Game #36 Road Game #18 TV: NBC Sports Northwest RADIO: Rip City Radio
Players Greg Anthony Ron Artest Dalibor Bagaric Jamal Crawford Marcus Fizer A.J. Guyton Fred Hoiberg Ron Mercer Brad Miller Charles Oakley Kevin Ollie Eddie Robinson Tyson Chandler Eddy Curry Trenton Hassell
OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER 2011-12 GAME NOTES GAME #52 ٠ HOME GAME #27 OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER vs. CHICAGO BULLS (39-12) (42-11) SUNDAY ٠ APRIL 1, 2012 ٠ 12:00 PM (CST) ٠ CHESAPEAKE ENERGY ARENA, OK 2011-12 SCHEDULE/RESULTS..
OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER 2017-18 GAME NOTES GAME #25 ROAD GAME #13 OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER at MEMPHIS GRIZZLIES (11-13) (8-16) SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2017 ٠ 8:00 PM (CST) ٠ FEDEXFORUM 2017-18 SCHEDULE/RESULTS..
2014-15 SCHEDULE DATE OPPONENT RESULT W/L 10/28 @ San Antonio 100-101 0-1 10/30 vs. Utah 120-102 1-1 11/1 @ New Orleans 109-104 2-1 11/3 vs. Boston 118-113 3-1 11/6 @ Portland 87-108 3-2 11/7 @ Utah 105-82
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M E M P H I S G R I Z Z L I E S G A M E N O T E S The Memphis Grizzlies Media Guide can be found at http://www.nba.com/grizzlies/team/media guide For in game notes and updates, follow Grizzlies PR on Twitter
SPURS 2016-17 SAN AN TON IO M EDIA GUIDE table of contents Spurs Players 5 70 2016-17 Roster 7 LaMarcus Aldridge 8-11 Kyle Anderson 13-14 Davis Bertans 15 Dewayne Dedmon 16-17 Pau Gasol 18-24 Manu Ginobili
WED., DEC. 23, 2015 QUICKEN LOANS ARENA CLEVELAND, OH TV: FSO RADIO: WTAM 1100 AM / 100.7 WMMS / LA MEGA 87.7 FM 7:00 PM EST CLEVELAND CAVALIERS (18-7) VS. NEW YORK KNICKS (14-15) 2015-16 CLEVELAND CAVALIERS
2015-16 SCHEDULE DATE OPPONENT RESULT W/L 10/28 @ Phoenix 111-95 1-0 10/29 @ L.A. Clippers 88-104 1-1 11/1 @ L.A. Lakers 103-93 2-1 11/3 vs. Toronto 91-102 2-2 11/5 vs. Charlotte 94-108 2-3 11/7 vs. New
TABLE OF CONTENTS 2014 SPURS PLAYOFF GUIDE TABLE OF CONTENTS MEDIA INFORMATION... 2 SPURS PLAYOFF ROSTER......3 PLAYER BIOS...... 5 SPURS STAFF BIOS...34 TEAM STATS...41 SPURS TEAM NOTES...59 2013-14 TRANSACTIONS...65
PLAYERS PLAYERS PLAYERS 2012-13 HORNETS ROSTER No Player Pos Ht Wt Birthdate College/Prior to NBA Exp 0 Al-Farouq Aminu F 6-9 215 09/21/1990 Wake Forest 2 33 Ryan Anderson F 6-10 240 05/06/1988 California
FROM: WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY MEDIA INFORMATION SID: Rod Commons ASSISTANTS: Linda Chalich, Craig Lawson, Jason Krump, Jason Hickman (509) 335-COUG; FAX 509-335-0267 February 25, 2003 Men s Basketball
PRESEASON MEDIA GUIDE 2017-18 TRAINING CAMP ROSTER NO 8 12 14 7 22 3 6 4 2 23 13 9 25 34 44 54 21 15 5 0 PLAYER POS HT WT Alex Abrines G 6-6 190 Steven Adams C 7-0 255 Bryce Alford G 6-3 185 Carmelo Anthony
The 129 of the Rockets The Rockets franchise entered the NBA as the San Diego Rockets prior to the 1967-68 season, along with the Seattle SuperSonics, as the league expanded to 12 teams. The Rockets received
TRAINING CAMP ROSTER PRESEASON INFORMATION PRESEASON SCHEDULE NO PLAYER POS HT WT FROM YEARS PRO 12 Steven Adams C 7-0 255 07/20/1993 Pittsburgh/New Zealand 2 4 Nick Collison F 6-10 255 10/26/1980 Kansas/USA
RB p PRO Originally signed to Bills practice squad on September 3, 2006 played two seasons with the Sioux City Bandits of the United Indoor Football League where he was named league MVP and Offensive Player
SAINT LOUIS B I L L I K E N S women s basketball BILLIKEN GAME DAY Saint Louis BILLIKENS (3-7) vs. Wyoming COWGIRLS (6-3) Game Notes December 20, 2008 Arena Auditorium, Laramie, Wyo. SLU Women s Basketball
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HISTORY RAPTORS FRANCHISE HISTORY '04 1993 APRIL 23: The National Basketball Association announces it has received a formal application for expansion from Professional Basketball Franchise (Canada), Inc.
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2017-18 Timberwolves Schedule Date Opponent Time/Score 10/18 at San Antonio... L 99-107 10/20 Utah... W100-97 10/22 at Oklahoma City... W115-113 10/24 Indiana... L107-130 10/25 at Detroit... L101-122 10/27
Terrell Davis Running back Terrell Davis was selected in the sixth round, 196th player overall, of the 1995 NFL Draft by the Denver Broncos. The little-known back made a big splash when earned a starting
THINGS TO WATCH... TORONTO RAPTORS 2009 SUMMER LEAGUE GAME NOTES GAME #5 TORONTO (2-2) vs. Milwaukee (4-0) COX PAVILLION - LAS VEGAS JULY 16, 2009-1 P.M. PLAYER UPDATES: Ekene Ibekwe was hurt on the final
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Orlando Magic (14-34) vs. Houston Rockets (35-13) Game #49 Road Game #28 Toyota Center Houston, TX Tuesday, January 30, 2018 8 p.m. ET PROBABLE STARTERS: Position # Player Ht. Wt. Comments Forward 17 Jonathon
CLEVELAND CAVALIERS 2012-13 ROSTER NO PLAYER POS HGT WGT BIRTHDATE PRIOR TO NBA/ DRAFT YEARS HOME COUNTRY PRO 36 Omri Casspi G/F 6-9 225 6/22/88 Maccabi Electra Tel-Aviv/Israel 09 3 50 Micheal Eric F/C
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DENVER NUGGETS (21-18) at GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS (32-8) GAME # 40 ROAD GAME # 22 ORACLE ARENA JAN. 6, 2018 8:30 P.M. MT TV: ALTITUDE RADIO: AM 950 2017-18 MEDIA GUIDE: https://i.cdn.turner.com/nba/nba/.element/media/2.0/teamsites/nuggets/denvernuggets_2017-18_mediaguide.pdf
TUES., NOV. 10, 2015 QUICKEN LOANS ARENA CLEVELAND, OH TV: FSO RADIO: WTAM 1100 AM / 100.7 WMMS / LA MEGA 87.7 FM 7:00 PM EST CLEVELAND CAVALIERS (6-1) VS. UTAH JAZZ (4-2) 2015-16 CLEVELAND CAVALIERS GAME
NEW YORK LIBERTY Liberty statistics presented by MEDIA CONTACT: Vincent Novicki firstname.lastname@example.org (212) 465-5962 @nyliberty #ShowUp 2017 SCHEDULE/RESULTS MAY PRESEASON Tuesday, May 2 vs. Los Angeles
DAKTRONICS 2006 Men s Basketball All-America Team DATE: March 21, 2006 CONTACT: Bob Shreve, National Coordinator JASPER JOHNSON NAMED DAKTRONICS MEN S BASKETBALL PLAYER OF THE YEAR EDINBORO, PA Delta State
Coach Andrea Mazzon Seasons Started in 1985 coaching the varsity team (Junior) of Venice. Signed in 1990 with Glaxo Verona A1 (Tim Kempton and Russel Schoene) as 2 nd assistant coach. Became Head Coach
COLLEGE CAREER: Played collegiate basketball at Villanova (1999-2001) and Kentucky (1997-1999) Owns the second-best career field goal percentage in NCAA history (.667), behind Steve Johnson (Oregon State,.668)
2016-17 SCHEDULE All games can be heard on WTAM/La Mega 87.7 FM 10/25 vs. NYK WON, 117-88 10/28 @ TOR WON, 94-91 10/29 vs. ORL WON, 105-99 11/1 vs. HOU WON, 128-120 11/3 vs. BOS WON, 128-122 11/5 @ PHI
Grove City College Men's Basketball All-Time Leaders Career Games Played Rank Name Seasons GP Rank Name Season GP T1 Joe McCoy 2006-10 109 T1 Joe Capotosta 2006-07 29 Andy O'Keefe 2006-10 109 Ryan Gerber
DATA MINING ON /R/NBA ALEX CHENGELIS AND ANDREW YU INTRODUCTION Raw data processing using an API Data Processing and Storage Comment heat maps Comment scores based on game action Word counting Naïve Bayes