MEMPHIS – It’s simply another tough break for the Memphis Grizzlies. There’s no other way to frame this one. It’s literally a tough break with news that shooting guard Ben McLemore, the Grizzlies’ top free-agent acquisition this summer, underwent successful surgery Tuesday after being diagnosed with a non-displaced fracture of the fifth metatarsal in his right foot during an offseason training session late last week in California.
Oct. 27, 2015: Sefolosha confirms to ESPN's Hannah Storm that he plans to file a civil suit against the city of New York, the NYPD and eight officers. Under state law, the maximum he could receive in compensation for that suit would be $50 million. Sept. 9, 2015: The charges against Antic are dismissed. Sefolosha is offered an adjournment in contemplation of dismissal, a plea agreement that would require just one day of community service. Sefolosha ultimately declines.
This story appeared in the July 10, 2010 edition of the Miami Herald as Chris Bosh, LeBron James and Dwyane Wade were introduced at AmericanAirlines Arena. The Miami Heat released Bosh on Tuesday evening. The dream has been realized for the Miami Heat. The team is now here -- South Florida’s new Big 3, at least. How long did it take for Dwyane Wade, LeBron James and Chris Bosh to get a taste of their newfound expectations after they took the stage Friday at AmericanAirlines Arena?
Bickerstaff simply cut to the chase about Grizzlies' predicament entering Friday/Sat back-to-back: "You wake up in the morning and you've got two choices - you can fight or you can run. Our backs are against the wall. We've got nothing to lose. I expect us to come out and fight."
I saw Mike heading into the gym the other day to get some work in. He's gradually transitioning back into some light on-court stuff and conditioning. Timeframe still TBA, as far as I know. https://t.co/6oPxEKkAOi
What we've got my man @langwhitaker here to help launch is phenomenal. I dropped out of the gaming world way back in ... well, the Tecmo Bowl, Double Dribble days. But what's coming down the pike is incredible and will be fun to watch. #PressStarthttps://t.co/LQorkTvqMl
What we've got my man @langwhitaker here to help launch is phenomenal. I dropped out of the gaming world way back in ... well, the Tecmo Bowl, Double Dribble days. But what's coming down the pike is incredible and will be fun to watch. #PressPlayhttps://t.co/nkCqGrnQ28
Tyreke Evans is listed as questionable with right hip soreness. Evans sat out last night in Washington after trying to go through warmups. He's battled soreness in the hip for more than a week after initially taking a fall in last Wednesday's loss in New York.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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