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For the Memphis Grizzlies, their 40-42 finish in 2009-10 was a big step up. The Grizzlies added 16 more games to the win column, moved up one notch to 4th place in the very tough Southwest Division, and stayed in contention for a playoff slot until close to the end of the season. Can Memphis continue the upward momentum in 2010-11? The ability is there. Five Grizzlies starters made the All-Star ballot: forwards Zach Randolph and Rudy Gay, guards Mike Conley and O.J. Mayo, and center Marc Gasol. In the past, the Memphis bench was about as weak as the starters were strong, but Coach Lionel Hollins can now turn to a reenergized backup center in Hasheem Thabeet and an already energized Tony Allen from the Boston Celtics. And you can help out with Grizz fan energy in the stands! Get your FedExForum tickets and cheer for your Memphis Grizzlies now!
In 1946, the Toronto Huskies were the first professional basketball team in Canada. The team was a member of the Basketball Association of America, the predecessor of the NBA. In 1995, the NBA expanded north with two new teams, the Toronto Raptors and the Vancouver Grizzlies. The Vancouver Grizzlies locked up Brian Winters to be their first head coach. Winters was a long time assistant under Lenny Wilkens, the NBA's all-time winningest coach. The inaugural pick of the Grizzlies was the seven-foot center out of Oklahoma State, Bryant Reeves, aptly referred to as "Big Country."Read the full Memphis Grizzlies Article