It must be really frustrating for guys like Monroe and Knight to try so hard to get their team to within striking distance of a win only to see guys like Austin Daye and Jason Maxiell play stupid and throw it all away. First off, good job by Brandon to put the team on his back like Slippy said, getting them to within 7 of the Grizzlies after being down at least 20 to start the third quarter (with help from 2 BG triples to start). He was really, really aggressive on both ends, very encouraging. Also shot 10 for 10 from the line. Moose was his usual self. Not the best game shooting-wise, but he was a presence on the glass. Frank sat him at the end of the third and kept him there for eternity. Wrong move. I thought he should have been brought back once it was clear we needed more than whatever ish Max could give. We needed rebounding, desperately. The lineup to start and end the fatal fourth quarter was ridiculously deficient in that area. Austin Daye...this guy is hopeless. He had a nice help side block at one end only to throw a bad pass for a turnover trying to be fancy, again. The guy had 4! turnovers in 18 minutes. Both Moose and Brandon had 4 in twice the playing time. I know he's trying to prove himself to Frank, but man, that's not the way to do it. BG was okay. He only took 6 shots, but was 50% for the night. Was also 2 of 3 from 3 point land. He wasn't forcing the issue so much, though he did have 3 TOs. JJ...I don't know with him. He tries to make the extra pass way too often, instead of just taking the shot. First, this resulted in Greg getting called for 3 in the lane, the other a very, very costly turnover. He needs to be more aware of the clock and his teammates. Walker Russell Jr. wasn't a negative. He's by no means a Will Bynum type black hole, so he's ok in my book so far. He did make a mistake passing to Max in the post while surrounded by Grizzlies (Max fumbled the ball, turnover number 4 in the quarter) but I put that down to not knowing guys' tendencies yet. Tayshaun was like his old self. He wasn't pressing, he didn't try to be the man. When Brandon took over, he took his opportunities when he had them and helped trim Memphis' lead. I liked the effort in the second half, before the inevitable Fourth Quarter Collapse. I like that both Greg and Brandon are so competitive; that bodes well for this team. They're not going to be the guys who laugh it up on the bench when their team is getting blown out. Plus they came out fighting after being embarrassed in the first half, so that's a good sign, even if they couldn't sustain it.