Tay The Grizz

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    Tay better represent
     
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    Totally agree. Tony Allen reminds me of Lindsay Hunter and Mike James back when they were both tenacious defenders.

    Good stuff!
     
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    Chris Paul looked stressed out. That's not easy to do.
     
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    He was only half as stressed as Mrs. Dre during last nights game....:gaah:
     
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    He'd do well representing samsonite.........:)
     
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    Tay the Grizz scored 15 points in their win over the Clips today, but Billups the Clip, was a no show with 0 points on 0-6 shooting.
     
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    Before the deal, the Grizzlies had compiled a 29-15 record with a defensive rating of 97.1 points per 100 possessions and offensive rating of 100.4 points per 100 possessions. With Prince, Memphis finished the regular season 27-11, with a defensive rating of 97.8 and an offensive rating of 103.3. By more firmly embracing who they are, the Grizzlies got even better: Their 56 wins this season are by far the best in franchise history.
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    That's what I wanted to know.
    Nice refresher Wood.
     
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