Submitted by ltorrell on December 28, 2011 - 11:02pm
Jeremy Pargo talks about his first NBA game and the home opener vs. OKC.
Submitted by ltorrell on December 28, 2011 - 10:55pm
Z-Bo talks about Jeremy Pargo and the home opener against OKC.
Submitted by ltorrell on December 28, 2011 - 10:23pm
Coach Hollins talks about the loss to OKC in the Grizzlies' home opener.
Thunder 98, Grizzlies 95
December 28, 2011
How fitting that the Grizzlies home opener at FedExForum begins with the same Oklahoma City Thunder team that it ended against last May. A 95-83 Grizzlies' win that day that forced a Game 7 in their Western Conference semifinals matchup against the Thunder. While Oklahoma City would go on to advance to the conference finals, their matchup against the Grizzlies was the start of the NBA's newest rivalry featuring two of the league's young, yet talented teams. This is the first of four meetings between the two clubs, who will play twice in the season's first 16 days.
The Grizzlies have more to prove this season than ever before.
As the Grizzlies’ charter flight from Oklahoma City landed at Wilson Air Center on the evening of May 15, Rudy Gay looked out the window, grabbed his camera, and took a snapshot of the thousands of Memphis’ fans gathered to welcome the team back from their Game 7 loss to Oklahoma City in the Western Conference semifinals.
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Opening Night, presented by First Tennessee, to include performances by Memphis’ newest entertainment icons, FreeSol and Memphis Jookin’ featuring Lil Buck
MEMPHIS, December 26, 2011 — The Grizzlies Opening Night rematch of the 2011 Western Conference Semifinals against the Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday, Dec. 28, presented by First Tennessee, will look to the future both on and off the court with the most anticipated season in franchise history.