MEMPHIS, Tenn-With their floor leader Mike Conley missing the game to rest a sore Achilles the Grizzlies got off to a slow start against the Indiana Pacers and could never catch up. The Grizzlies turned the ball over 15 times and the Pacers hit 12 three-pointers to lead comfortably for most of the game in a 116-113 victory. Grizzlies center Marc Gasol scored a season-high 35 points to go with 13 rebounds, but missed a game-tying three at the buzzer.
MEMPHIS, Tenn-Jeremiah Martin scored a career-high 26 points, Kyvon Davenport added 13 and Memphis defeated Little Rock 70-62 on Tuesday night, taking advantage at the foul line where the Tigers made 16 of 23. Little Rock matched Memphis in field goals made (23), and held a 31-28 edge in rebounds and blocked five shots. But the Trojans (0-2) were called for 23 fouls and Memphis made enough free throws for the win. Martin was 8 of 11 at the line.
× Memphis moves up in latest College Playoff Poll MEMPHIS, Tenn-The latest College Football Playoff Poll that came out Tuesday night has the University of Memphis ranked 22nd. That’s one spot higher than last week. The Tigers are four spots behind 18th ranked Central Florida as the only non-Power 5 teams in the poll. Memphis (8-1) doesn’t play again until November 18th when the Tigers host SMU.
Memphis will travel to face Central Florida for the American Conference Championship next Saturday and #WREG will be in Orlando to bring you extensive coverage starting Friday, December 1. https://t.co/SRkbXsi4VQ
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Selecting a term
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