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Grizzlies Bearing Fangs Around NBA

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Over the last few years, the Memphis Grizzlies have been a pretty predictable team. Typically, they start slowly (3-6 last season, 4-9 the year before), lose a major player to an injury (Zach Randolph last year, Rudy Gay before him), rally once the spring comes around and go into the playoffs as a wild-card bunch, as capable of a monster upset (beating top-seeded San Antonio in 2011) as they are of an epic bungling (Read Full Article »

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