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MEMPHIS GRIZZLIES ’10-11 SCHEDULE
Date       Opponent           Time/Result*                                                     PROBABLE STARTERS
10/27      ATLANTA             L 104-119
10/29      at Dallas           W 91-90         TONY ALLEN #9
10/30      MINNESOTA           W 109-89
11/2       at L.A. Lakers      L 105-124       F     6-4                              213                                           7TH NBA SEASON
11/3       at Golden State     L 109-115
11/5       at Phoenix          L 118-123 20T
                                               •   2010-11 NBA All-Defensive Second Team selection averaged 1.92 steals during the playoffs, fourth among postseason NBA players.
11/6       at Sacramento       W 100-91
11/8       PHOENIX             W 109-99        •   Finished fourth in the 2010-11 NBA Defensive Player of the Year voting, behind only Dwight Howard, Kevin Garnett and Tyson Chandler.
11/10      DALLAS              L 91-106        •   In his first season in Memphis, averaged 4.14 steals per 48 minutes this season, the highest mark since Nate McMillan in 1993-94.
11/13      BOSTON              L 110-116 OT    •   Ranked fifth in the NBA in steals per game (team-high and career-high 1.79) despite averaging only 20.8 minutes.
11/15      at Orlando          L 72-89         •   Was one of two qualifying players averaging at least 1.50 steals and 0.50 blocks per game (LeBron James).
11/16      PORTLAND            L 99-100
                                               •   Scored a season-high 27 points on Feb. 8 at Oklahoma City, becoming the first player in franchise history to record at least 27 points, five steals
11/19      at Washington       L 86-89
11/20      MIAMI               W 97-95
                                                   and three blocks in a game.
11/24      DETROIT             W 105-84        •   Totaled 19 points, a career-high 11 rebounds, a season-high six assists and a season-high tying six steals on March 19 vs. Indiana.
11/26      GOLDEN STATE        W 116-111       •   One of two Grizzlies with NBA Championship experience (Leon Powe).
11/27      at Cleveland        L 86-92
11/30      L.A. LAKERS         W 98-96
12/1       at Atlanta          L 109-112       ZACH RANDOLPH #50
                                                                                                                                    10TH NBA SEASON
12/3       HOUSTON             L 111-127
12/5       at Denver           L 107-108       F     6-9       255
12/6       at Utah             L 85-94
12/8       at Phoenix          W 104-98 OT
12/11      at L.A. Clippers    W 84-83         •   The first All-NBA selection in franchise history, earning Third Team honors for his stellar 2010-11 campaign.
12/13      PORTLAND            W 86-73         •   Averaged a franchise-record 22.2 points (10th in the NBA) to go with 10.8 rebounds (4th) in his first NBA Playoffs since the 2002-03 season.
12/15      CHARLOTTE           W 113-80        •   Set the franchise postseason record for points with 34 on May 1 at Oklahoma City and rebounds with 21 on May 7 vs. Oklahoma City.
12/17      at Houston          L 87-103        •   Led the Grizzlies to their first playoff win in franchise history on in Game 1 on April 17 at San Antonio with 25 points and 14 rebounds.
12/18      at San Antonio      L 106-112 OT    •   Averaged a team-high 20.1 points (19th in the NBA) and a career-high and franchise-record 12.2 rebounds (3rd in the NBA) in making a bid for his
12/21      NEW JERSEY          L 94-101
                                                   first career All-NBA selection.
12/26      at Indiana          W 104-90
12/27      TORONTO             W 96-85         •   Earned his first career Player of the Month Award (first in franchise history) in January and first three career Player of the Week Awards (games
12/29      at Sacramento       L, 98-100           played from Jan. 3-9, Jan. 24-30, March 28-April 3).
1/1        at Utah             L 92-98         •   One of four players (Dwight Howard, Blake Griffin, Kevin Love) to average at least 20 points and 10 rebounds per game.
1/2        at L.A. Lakers      W 104-85        •   Posted 20-10 for a third consecutive season, while no other NBA player was able to accomplish the feat in back-to-back seasons.
1/4        OKLAHOMA CITY       W 110-105
                                               •   Averaged a double-double for the fifth consecutive season, the second-longest active streak in the NBA (Howard, 7).
1/7        UTAH                W 110-99
1/8        at Oklahoma City    L 100-109       •   Totaled 53 double-doubles (4th in the NBA), stringing together a franchise-record and career-high streak of 14-straight from Jan. 4-29.
1/10       at Charlotte        L 82-96         •   Hit the game-winning shot with 0.3 seconds remaining on March 6 at Dallas, giving the Grizzlies a 104-103 victory and their first series win (3-1)
1/12       at Detroit          W 107-99            over the Mavericks in franchise history.
1/15       DALLAS              W 89-70
1/17       CHICAGO             L 84-96
1/19       at New Orleans      L 102-103 OT    MARC GASOL #33
1/21       HOUSTON             W 110-105
1/22       at Milwaukee        W 94-81         C    7-1                               265                                           3RD NBA SEASON
1/24       at Toronto          W 100-98
1/26       at New Jersey       L 88-93
1/28       at Philadelphia     W 99-94         •   Posted 15.0 points and a franchise-record 11.2 rebounds (2nd in the NBA) on .511 shooting (7th) with 2.15 blocks (4th) in 39.9 minutes (10th).
1/29       WASHINGTON          W 107-93        •   Poured in 26 points and a franchise playoff record-tying 21 rebounds in a Game 4 triple-overtime thriller on May 9 vs. Oklahoma City.
1/31       ORLANDO             W 100-97        •   Tallied 24 points, nine rebounds and two blocks in Game 1 on April 17 at San Antonio, hitting 9-of-10 shots in a dominating postseason debut.
2/2        at Minnesota        W 102-84
2/4        CLEVELAND           W 112-105
                                               •   Led the team in field goal percentage (.527) and blocks (career-high 1.68) for the third consecutive season.
2/5        at Houston          L 93-95 OT      •   The franchise’s all-time leader in field goal percentage (.545).
2/7        L.A. LAKERS         L 84-93         •   Poured in a season-high 26 points on Nov. 5 at Phoenix.
2/8        at Oklahoma City    W 105-101 OT    •   Tied a career high with 16 rebounds to go with 24 points on Jan. 22 at Milwaukee.
2/11       MILWAUKEE           W 89-86         •   Posted a double-double (10 points, 15 rebounds) and sank the go-ahead free throw while battling a left ankle sprain in the Grizzlies’ first win of the
2/13       DENVER              W 116-108
                                                   season on Oct. 29 at Dallas.
2/15       PHILADELPHIA        W 102-91
2/22       at Denver           L 107-120
2/23
2/26
           at Minnesota
           SACRAMENTO
                               W 104-95
                               W 120-92
                                               O.J. MAYO #32
2/27
3/1
           at San Antonio
           SAN ANTONIO
                               L 88-95
                               W 109-93
                                               G      6-4                             210                                           3RD NBA SEASON
3/4        NEW ORLEANS         L 91-98
3/6        at Dallas           W 104-103       •   All-time franchise leader in postseason three-pointers (20) and three-point percentage (.408).
3/7        OKLAHOMA CITY       W 107-101       •   Scored 16 points to go with a franchise playoff record-tying four steals in his first career postseason start on May 13 vs. Oklahoma City.
3/9        NEW YORK            L 108-110
3/12       at Miami            L 85-118
                                               •   Led the team in three-pointers made (96) for the third consecutive season.
3/14       L.A. CLIPPERS       W 105-82        •   Memphis posted a 32-22 record when using Mayo off the bench in 2010-11, as he directly contributed to the reserves averaging 27.4
3/17       at New York         L 99-120            points one season after averaging 20.0 points
3/19       INDIANA             W 99-78
3/21       UTAH                W 103-85
3/23       at Boston           W 90-87         MIKE CONLEY #11
                                                                                                                                    4TH NBA SEASON
3/25       at Chicago          L 96-99
3/27       SAN ANTONIO         W 111-104       G     6-1                              185
3/30       GOLDEN STATE        W 110-91
4/1        at New Orleans      W 93-81
                                               •   Averaged a franchise playoff-record with 6.4 assists (8th in the NBA) while ranking second on the team in scoring (15.2 points).
4/2        MINNESOTA           W 106-89
4/5        L.A. CLIPPERS       L 81-82         •   Knocked down a three-pointer over Kendrick Perkins with 3.5 seconds remaining to send Game 4 into the first of three overtimes on May 9 vs.
4/8        SACRAMENTO          W 101-96            Oklahoma City.
4/10       NEW ORLEANS         W 111-89        •   Dished out a franchise postseason-record 10 assists to go with 15 points in his playoff debut in Game 1 on April 17 at San Antonio.
4/12       at Portland         L 89-102        •   Continued his steady progression by posting career highs in points (13.7 points), assists (team-high 6.5, T-16th in the NBA) and steals (team-high
4/13       at L.A. Clippers    L 103-110                  th
                                                   1.78, 6 ) in 2010-11.
PLAYOFFS
4/17       at San Antonio     W 101-98
                                               •   Set the single-season franchise record for total steals (144), surpassing James Posey’s previous mark (137 in 2003-04).
4/20       at San Antonio     L 87-93          •   Recorded the highest assists average by a Grizzlies player since Jason Williams (8.3) in 2002-03.
4/23       SAN ANTONIO        W 91-88          •   Scored a season-high 28 points on 10-of-13 shooting in the Grizzlies’ Nov. 30 victory over the LA Lakers.
4/25       SAN ANTONIO        W 104-86         •   Tied his own franchise record and career high with seven steals on Oct. 30 vs. Minnesota.
4/27       at San Antonio     L 103-110 OT     •   Dished out a Grizzlies season high personal-best 14 assists on Dec. 8 at Phoenix.
4/29       SAN ANTONIO        W 99-91
5/1        at Oklahoma City   W 114-101
5/3        at Oklahoma City   L 102-111
5/7        OKLAHOMA CITY      W 101-93 OT
5/9        OKLAHOMA CITY      L 123-133 3OT    INJURY REPORT/ROSTER NOTES                                                                         LAST GAME INACTIVES
5/11       at Oklahoma City   L 72-99          Rudy Gay (left shoulder surgery) will miss the remainder of the season.                            Rudy Gay
5/13       OKLAHOMA CITY      W 95-83          Xavier Henry (right knee soreness) is out.                                                         Xavier Henry
5/15       at Oklahoma City   L 90-105




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     2010-11                                                        Record                  Home                Road                Overtime
 REGULAR SEASON                                Overall            46-36 (.561)          30-11 (.732)         16-25 (.390)           2-5 (.286)
RECORD BREAKDOWN                               Eastern            16-14 (.533)           10-5 (.667)          6-9 (.400)            0-1 (.000)
                                               Western            30-22 (.577)           20-6 (.769)         10-16 (.385)           2-4 (.333)
                                               Playoffs            7-5 (.583)             5-1 (.833)          2-4 (.333)            1-1 (.500)

                                          CURRENT PLAYOFF STREAKS
                                          Overall: Won 1       Home: Won 1                                     Road: Lost 2


PRONUNCIATIONS
Darrell Arthur (dur-RELL)                                                     Xavier Henry (ZAH-vee-A)
Shane Battier (BAT-ee-A)                                                      David Joerger (YAY-gr)
Marc Gasol (ga-SOUL)                                                          Leon Powe (POE)
Hamed Haddadi (ha-MED ha-DAHD-dee)                                            Greivis Vasquez (GRAY-vess VASS-kez)


2010-11 TRANSACTIONS
4/20: Signed Zach Randolph to a multi-year contract extension… 4/18: Jason Williams announced his retirement… 3/5: Signed free agent Leon Powe… 2/24:
Acquired Shane Battier and Ish Smith from the Houston Rockets in exchange for Hasheem Thabeet, DeMarre Carroll and a future lottery-protected first round draft
pick… 2/21: Signed free agent Rodney Carney to a 10-day contract… 2/7: Signed free agent Jason Williams… 1/5: Recalled DeMarre Carroll from the Dakota
Wizards, the Grizzlies’ NBA Development League affiliate… 12/14: Assigned DeMarre Carroll to the Dakota Wizards… 12/4: Waived Acie Law… 11/1: Signed
Mike Conley to a multi-year contract extension… 10/27: Exercised fourth-year contract options on O.J. Mayo and Darrell Arthur and exercised third-year contract
option on Hasheem Thabeet… 10/21: Waived Josh Davis and Damien Wilkins… 10/11: Waived Luke Jackson, Tre Kelley and Kenny Thomas… 9/29: Signed free
agent Josh Davis… 9/28: Signed free agents Luke Jackson, Tre Kelley, Kenny Thomas and Damien Wilkins… 9/24: Signed 2010 first round picks Xavier Henry
and Greivis Vasquez to multi-year contracts… 8/5: Signed free agent Acie Law… 7/13: Signed free agent Tony Allen… 7/1: Re-signed Rudy Gay to a multi-year
contract extension… 7/1: Waived Lester Hudson… 6/30: Extended qualifying offer to restricted free agent Rudy Gay… 6/24: Selected Xavier Henry (12th overall),
Dominique Jones (25th) and Greivis Vasquez (28th) in the 2010 NBA Draft… Traded the draft rights of Dominique Jones to the Dallas Mavericks in exchange for
cash considerations… 5/11: Signed Head Coach Lionel Hollins to a multi-year contract extension.


LAST GAME
Oklahoma City 105, Memphis 90 – May 15 at Oklahoma City Arena, Oklahoma City, Okla.
In the first Game 7 in franchise history, the Memphis Grizzlies’ magical postseason run came to an end at the hands of the Oklahoma City Thunder, just one game
shy of the Western Conference Finals… Despite upsetting the top-seeded San Antonio Spurs and winning more games than any eight-seed in Western
Conference history, the Cinderella slipper failed to fit one last time for Memphis… After Marc Gasol tied the game at 21 apiece with 10:04 to play in the second
quarter, the Thunder rattled off a 12-2 run to put them up 10 (33-23) before ending the half with a 42-34 lead… The Grizzlies threatened early in the third quarter,
cutting the lead back down to three (52-49) on a triple from Mike Conley with 4:52 to play in the third period, but a 14-2 Thunder run followed and Oklahoma City
led by double-digits the rest of the way… Kevin Durant rose to the occasion in front of the sellout home crowd, pouring in 39 points (13-of-25 FG) and helping the
Thunder advance to the next round… With Russell Westbrook expertly distributing the ball en route to a triple-double (14 points, 14 assists, 10 rebounds),
Oklahoma City shot .481 from the field, including 11-of-28 (.393) behind the arc, compared to just .398 shooting by the Grizzlies… Nick Collison (eight points, 12
rebounds) and James Harden (17 points, four threes, four steals) came up big off the bench for Oklahoma City… Conley led the Grizzlies with 18 points and six
assists while Zach Randolph tallied another double-double (17 points, 10 rebounds) to cap a vindicating postseason.

PREVIOUS GAME

Memphis 95, Oklahoma City 83 – May 13 at FedExForum, Memphis, Tenn.
The Memphis Grizzlies forced the first Game 7 in franchise history and in the 2011 NBA Playoffs by defending their home court against the Oklahoma City
Thunder… Trailing by 10 at the half (54-44), the Grizzlies rallied back in a big way, using an 11-2 run out of the gate to cut the lead to one (56-55) with 7:49 to play
in the third before reclaiming the lead with 2:10 to play in the period (67-65)… Memphis outscored Oklahoma City 51-29 in the second half while holding the
Thunder to .289 shooting (11-of-38 FG) in the second… Zach Randolph got back on track with his fourth 30-10 game of the playoffs, tallying 30 points (12-of-22
FG) and 13 rebounds… Mike Conley also notched a double-double, eclipsing his own franchise postseason mark with 12 assists to go with 11 points… In an
effort to help better space the floor, the Grizzlies turned to O.J. Mayo in the starting lineup and the sharpshooter did not disappoint, scoring 16 points and providing
an offensive spark to a Grizzlies team that had shot sub-.400 in its previous three games… The suffocating defense of Tony Allen and Shane Battier held
Thunder superstar Kevin Durant to 11 points on 3-of-14 shooting (1-of-9 FG), including 1-of-10 in the second half… The Thunder missed all 12 of their second-
half three-point attempts and finished just 4-of-25 behind the arc (.160)… Russell Westbrook (27 points on 11-of-12 shooting) and James Harden (14 points, six
rebounds, five assists) were the only members of the Thunder to find much of a rhythm offensively… The Grizzlies won for the first time ever when facing
elimination (1-3 all-time).




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WESTERN CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS:                                                                       OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER                                                              OKC WINS 4-3

                  PLAYOFF SERIES NOTES: The eighth-seeded Memphis Grizzlies advanced to the Western Conference Semifinals, falling 4-3 in a thrilling seven-game
                  series with the Oklahoma City Thunder in a matchup between two of the fastest-rising teams in the NBA… This was the first postseason meeting between
                  the two clubs… Memphis won the season series 3-1 over Oklahoma City, including two victories without second-leading scorer Rudy Gay (Feb. 8, March
                  7), who missed the series after undergoing surgery to repair a left shoulder subluxation… The Grizzlies jumped out to a 1-0 series lead with a 114-101
                  victory in Game 1 on May 1, becoming the first eight-seed to win Game 1 of the Western Conference Semifinals after advancing from a best-of-seven
                  series, while the Thunder evened things up in Game 2… Memphis took a 2-1 series lead with a come-from-behind overtime win in Game 3, but Oklahoma
City proceeded to win two of the next three to take a 3-2 advantage, including a triple-overtime victory in Game 4… Memphis forced the first Game 7 of the 2011 NBA Playoffs
and in franchise history with a win in Game 6, but ultimately fell in the seventh and final game at Oklahoma City.


                                                                    2011 BEST-OF-SEVEN SERIES (3-4)
Memphis 114, Oklahoma City 101 – May 1 at Oklahoma City Arena, Oklahoma City, Okla.
Roughly 36 hours after beating the San Antonio Spurs in the Western Conference First Round, the Memphis Grizzlies defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder to become the first eight-seed in NBA history to
win Game 1 of the Western Conference Semifinals after advancing from a best-of-seven series… Memphis showed little sign of fatigue, outshooting Oklahoma City .494-.449 and outscoring the Thunder
52-38 in the paint… The Grizzlies turned the ball over only eight times, while converting 18 Thunder turnovers into 23 points… The Grizzlies held the lead for the final 45-plus minutes, opening the game up
in the second quarter with a 17-5 run to turn a one-point, 28-27 lead into a 45-32 advantage… The Thunder fought back on their home court, however, narrowing the lead to three points with 13-6 spurt out
of the halftime locker room… The Grizzlies silenced the home crowd at the end of the third, scoring the last nine points of the frame to take an 84-71 lead into the fourth… For a second-straight game, Zach
Randolph set the franchise playoff record for points (34) in a herculean double-double effort (10 rebounds)… Z-Bo had help again down-low from frontcourt mate Marc Gasol, who tallied his first 20-10
game of the postseason with 20 points and 13 rebounds, hitting nine of his 11 shots… Mike Conley added 15 points and seven assists with zero turnovers in another steady performance… Kevin Durant
did his best to rally the Thunder, scoring 33 points on 11-of-21 shooting to go with 11 rebounds… Russell Westbrook added 29 points but accounted for seven of the team’s 18 turnovers… Serge Ibaka
recorded 16 points 11 rebounds and five blocks in the loss.

Oklahoma City 111, Memphis 102 – May 3 at Oklahoma City Arena, Oklahoma City, Okla.
The Oklahoma City Thunder avenged a Game 1 loss to the Memphis Grizzlies, evening the series at one apiece before it shifts to Memphis for Games 3 and 4… The Thunder took an early lead and never
faltered, playing from ahead the rest of the game after the first of two consecutive Kevin Durant three-pointers gave them a 10-8 lead with 5:28 remaining in the first… Durant finished with a game-high 26
points for Oklahoma City, including eight-straight for the Thunder in a third-quarter stretch… Oklahoma City led by as many as 21 after a 16-5 run in the fourth quarter and withstood a late Memphis rally
that brought the Grizzlies within six with under a minute to play… After dominant Game 1 performances from Grizzlies bigs Zach Randolph and Marc Gasol, the Thunder neutralized the tag team to a
combined 5-of-22 shooting as the Grizzlies logged a postseason-low 34 points in the paint… The red-hot Thunder shot .528 from the field (38-of-72 FG), including .652 from the bench (15-of-23 FG) en
route to 48 bench points… James Harden led the reserves with 21 points while Eric Maynor (6-of-7 FG, 3-of-4 3FG) tallied 15… Russell Westbrook regained his form with 24 points... Mike Conley led
the Grizzlies with 24 points (10-of-15 FG, 3-of-5 3FG) and eight assists while Marc Gasol tallied his fourth-straight double-double (13 points, 10 rebounds) and set the franchise-playoff record for blocks in
a game with five… O.J. Mayo chipped in with his best performance of the postseason with 16 points off the bench in the losing cause.

Memphis 101, Oklahoma City 93 (OT) – May 7 at FedExForum, Memphis, Tenn.
The Memphis Grizzlies fought back from a 16-point second-half deficit by outscoring the Oklahoma City Thunder 38-17 in the fourth quarter and overtime to take a 2-1 series lead in the Western
Conference Semifinals… Behind 21 points and a franchise playoff record 21 rebounds from Zach Randolph—the first 20-20 game of his postseason career, in franchise history and in the 2011 NBA
Playoffs—the Grizzlies rallied back with a 13-2 run in the fourth quarter to tie the game at 84 apiece with 3:19 to play after beginning the frame down 13… Both teams added a pair of free throws to the first
tie since mid-way through the second quarter, keeping the game knotted at 86 and headed to overtime after Kevin Durant and Randolph couldn’t end the game with late jumpers… The Grizzlies jumped
out early in overtime and never trailed in the extra time en route to maintaining their perfect home playoff record (4-0)… Despite 22 points and 12 rebounds, Durant had a frustrating night, hitting just 2-of-10
shots in the fourth quarter and overtime while missing his single free throw attempt in the game… In addition to his 18-point contribution off the bench, O.J. Mayo clamped down defensively on dangerous
point guard Russell Westbrook down the stretch… Westbrook still managed 23 points and 12 assists but shot 7-of-22 and turned the ball over seven times… Mike Conley scored 10 of his 18 points in the
fourth quarter and overtime… Marc Gasol (16) and Tony Allen (10) also scored in double-figures for Memphis… Despite hitting just .378 from the field, the Grizzlies still outshot the Thunder (.366) and
earned a win in front of the fourth consecutive sellout crowd at FedExForum.

Oklahoma City 133, Memphis 123 (3OT) – May 9 at FedExForum, Memphis, Tenn.
In an exhilarating instant classic, the Oklahoma City Thunder outlasted the Memphis Grizzlies after three overtimes to even the series at 2-2… In a wild finish, both Mike Conley and Greivis Vasquez
nailed game-tying three-pointers to send the game to overtime and double-overtime, respectively… Memphis began the game with a 14-4 run and led by as many as 18 in the first half before Oklahoma
City closed the second quarter with a 30-16 rally to trail by just four at the break… The Thunder earned a 10-point advantage with 5:25 remaining in regulation (90-80), only to see the Grizzlies claw back
with a 16-6 run and force OT on Conley’s three-point heave with 3.5 seconds left… Oklahoma City again jumped ahead in the overtime period, gaining a seven-point advantage with 2:12 to go before
Vasquez’s three with 9.4 ticks remaining capped an 11-4 spurt… A three-point Grizzlies lead with 1:28 to go in the second extra period was nullified by a timely James Harden three, and the teams traded
buckets before heading into the third and final frame at 119 apiece… With Conley and O.J. Mayo both fouled out, the Grizzlies ran out of miracles in the third OT and were outscored 14-4, shooting1-of-9 in
the game’s final five minutes… Russell Westbrook (40 points) and Kevin Durant (35) combined for 75 points, while Zach Randolph (34 points, 16 rebounds) and Marc Gasol (26 points, franchise-record
tying 21 rebounds) both turned in stellar performances for Memphis… Though Memphis shot just .360 from the field (40-of-111 FG), the Grizzlies kept themselves in the game by shooting a franchise
playoff-best .925 from the charity stripe (37-of-40 FT)… A total of five players (Randolph, Durant, Westbrook, Conley, Harden) hit double-digit free throws in the game, including Randolph’s franchise
playoff-high 16-of-17 effort… Gasol’s 20-20 game came on the heels of one by Randolph just two nights prior, marking the first time different teammates went for 20-20 in consecutive games since
Washington Bullets Hall-of-Famers Elvin Hayes and Wes Unseld did so against the Spurs in May 1979… Memphis set a franchise playoff high mark with 123 points and tied their best rebounding total
with 55 boards… Mayo had another good showing off the bench, going 4-of-6 from downtown en route to 18 points… For the Thunder, Harden tallied 19 points, seven assists and seven rebounds while
hitting all 10 of his free throws.

Oklahoma City 99, Memphis 72 – May 11 at Oklahoma City Arena, Oklahoma City, Okla.
After fighting their way to an exhausting triple-overtime defeat two nights prior, the Memphis Grizzlies had little left to give in Game 6 against the Oklahoma City Thunder, falling in a 27-point rout… Both
teams looked gassed in the first quarter, drawing even at 17 apiece after one, but the Thunder found their second wind in the second frame and rode it the rest of the game… Oklahoma City closed the first
half with a 16-4 to turn a 31-30 deficit into a 46-35 advantage at the break… The Grizzlies never got within nine and trailed by 20-plus for most of the fourth quarter… Kevin Durant led the Thunder with 19
points and Russell Westbrook tallied 11 as the Thunder starters earned some rest in the second half… Off the bench, Daequan Cook scored 18 of the reserves’ 53 points… Nick Collison continued his
strong series with nine points, 10 rebounds and impressive interior defense that held Zach Randolph to nine points and seven rebounds… Marc Gasol was the only Grizzlies player in double figures,
finishing with 15 points… Memphis failed to shoot 40 percent for a third consecutive game (.359) while Oklahoma City hit .474 of its shots, including 9-of-20 (.450) from downtown… The Grizzlies were
outrebounded 50-33, leading to an 18-9 Thunder advantage in second-chance points and a 46-42 edge in the paint… Down 3-2, the Grizzlies find themselves trailing for the first time in the 2011 NBA
Playoffs.

Memphis 95, Oklahoma City 83 – May 13 at FedExForum, Memphis, Tenn.
The Memphis Grizzlies forced the first Game 7 in franchise history and in the 2011 NBA Playoffs by defending their home court against the Oklahoma City Thunder… Trailing by 10 at the half (54-44), the
Grizzlies rallied back in a big way, using an 11-2 run out of the gate to cut the lead to one (56-55) with 7:49 to play in the third before reclaiming the lead with 2:10 to play in the period (67-65)… Memphis
outscored Oklahoma City 51-29 in the second half while holding the Thunder to .289 shooting (11-of-38 FG) in the second… Zach Randolph got back on track with his fourth 30-10 game of the playoffs,
tallying 30 points (12-of-22 FG) and 13 rebounds… Mike Conley also notched a double-double, eclipsing his own franchise postseason mark with 12 assists to go with 11 points… In an effort to help better
space the floor, the Grizzlies turned to O.J. Mayo in the starting lineup and the sharpshooter did not disappoint, scoring 16 points and providing an offensive spark to a Grizzlies team that had shot sub-.400
in its previous three games… The suffocating defense of Tony Allen and Shane Battier held Thunder superstar Kevin Durant to 11 points on 3-of-14 shooting (1-of-9 FG), including 1-of-10 in the second
half… The Thunder missed all 12 of their second-half three-point attempts and finished just 4-of-25 behind the arc (.160)… Russell Westbrook (27 points on 11-of-12 shooting) and James Harden (14
points, six rebounds, five assists) were the only members of the Thunder to find much of a rhythm offensively… The Grizzlies won for the first time ever when facing elimination (1-3 all-time).

Oklahoma City 105, Memphis 90 – May 15 at Oklahoma City Arena, Oklahoma City, Okla.
In the first Game 7 in franchise history, the Memphis Grizzlies’ magical postseason run came to an end at the hands of the Oklahoma City Thunder, just one game shy of the Western Conference Finals…
Despite upsetting the top-seeded San Antonio Spurs and winning more games than any eight-seed in Western Conference history, the Cinderella slipper failed to fit one last time for Memphis… After Marc
Gasol tied the game at 21 apiece with 10:04 to play in the second quarter, the Thunder rattled off a 12-2 run to put them up 10 (33-23) before ending the half with a 42-34 lead… The Grizzlies threatened
early in the third quarter, cutting the lead back down to three on a triple from Mike Conley (52-49) with 4:52 to play in the third period, but a 14-2 Thunder run followed and Oklahoma City led by double-
digits the rest of the way… Kevin Durant rose to the occasion in front of the sellout home crowd, pouring in 39 points (13-of-25 FG) and helping the Thunder advance to the next round… With Russell
Westbrook expertly distributing the ball en route to a triple-double (14 points, 14 assists, 10 rebounds), Oklahoma City shot .481 from the field, including 11-of-28 (.393) behind the arc, compared to just
.398 shooting by the Grizzlies… Nick Collison (eight points, 12 rebounds) and James Harden (17 points, four threes, four steals) came up big off the bench for Oklahoma City… Conley led the Grizzlies
with 18 points and six assists while Zach Randolph tallied another double-double (17 points, 10 rebounds) to cap a vindicating postseason.


    2011 Playoff Series vs. OKC:                         5/9 at MEM, L 123-133 (3OT)                          Current Playoff Streaks vs. OKC:                           All-Time Playoffs vs. OKC:
       5/1 at OKC, W 114-101                                  5/11 at OKC, L 72-99                                  Overall: OKC, 1 win                                         Overall: 3-4
        5/3 at OKC, L 102-111                                5/13 at MEM, W 95-83                                   Home: MEM, 1 win                                             Home: 2-1
     5/7 at MEM, W 101-93 (OT)                               5/15 at OKC, L 90-105                                  Road: OKC, 3 wins                                            Road: 1-3




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WESTERN CONFERENCE FIRST ROUND:                                                                                SAN ANTONIO SPURS                                                      MEM WINS 4-2

                     PLAYOFF SERIES NOTES: Avenging a San Antonio sweep in Memphis’ first-ever postseason series in 2004, the Grizzlies became just the second
                     eight-seed in NBA history to defeat a one-seed in a best-of-seven series, taking down the Spurs in six games… Poetically, it was a late three-pointer by
                     Shane Battier, the only player to appear in every Grizzlies playoff game who was re-acquired during the regular season, that gave Memphis its first
                     postseason victory in franchise history in Game 1… After San Antonio took Game 2, Zach Randolph drilled a three-pointer off a broken play down the
stretch to clinch Game 3, giving the Grizzlies their first home playoff win in front of a wild FedExForum crowd… Memphis followed with a decisive win in Game 4, and after
some miraculous baskets allowed the Spurs to win Game 5 in overtime, the Grizzlies earned their first postseason series triumph at home in Game 6, as Randolph scored 17
of his postseason career-high 34 points in the fourth quarter.


                                                                    2011 BEST-OF-SEVEN SERIES (4-2)
Memphis 101, San Antonio 98 – April 17 at AT&T Center, San Antonio, Texas
The Memphis Grizzlies earned their first playoff win in franchise history by shocking the top-seeded San Antonio Spurs at AT&T Center, snapping a 12-game postseason losing streak after Shane Battier,
the lone member of the Grizzlies to play for all four of the franchise’s playoff teams, knocked in the go-ahead three-pointer with 23.9 seconds to play… A couple O.J. Mayo threes helped the Grizz to a
seven-point advantage (92-85) with 4:03 to play, but Matt Bonner answered with consecutive triples to spearhead a 13-2 Spurs rally… Memphis closed the game on a 7-0 run after trailing by four (98-94)
with 1:06 remaining and trailed by as many 10 in the second half… Both of the Grizzlies’ starting big men turned in stellar Game 1 performances, with Zach Randolph contributing a game-high 25 points
(10-of-15 FG) and 14 rebounds and Marc Gasol tallying 24 points (9-of-10 FG) and nine rebounds in his postseason debut… Mike Conley dished out a Grizzlies playoff-record 10 assists to go with 15
points… The Grizzlies outshot the Spurs .552-.400, making up for a 47-33 disparity at the free throw line… Tim Duncan sparked the Spurs early with 12 first half points, finishing with 16 to go with 13
rebounds… Tony Parker led San Antonio with 20 points despite being held to 4-of-16 from the field.

San Antonio 93, Memphis 93 – April 20 at AT&T Center, San Antonio, Texas
Manu Ginobili returned to the lineup for the San Antonio Spurs, helping the No. 1 seed tie the series with the Memphis Grizzlies at one game apiece… Ginobili tallied a game-high tying 17 points, seven
rebounds and four steals despite playing with a bulky elbow brace on his right arm… The Grizzlies nearly overcame an eight-point deficit (89-81) with 1:29 to play when a Sam Young three-pointer put
them down just two with 14.4 remaining (89-87), but George Hill was able to close out the game with four clutch free throws to bring the Spurs even in the series… San Antonio held a slight lead for much
of the second half after the first saw 11 lead changes and eight ties… In another close and physical game, the Grizzlies were unable to match their Game 1 shooting performance, instead hitting just .398
from the field (35-of-88 FG)… Despite setting a franchise playoff record with 47 rebounds, including a career-high and Grizzlies postseason-record 17 boards by Marc Gasol, Memphis was outrebounded
48-47… The veteran Spurs capitalized on nearly every Grizzlies mistake, turning 15 turnovers into 26 points while Memphis mustered just 13 points off 19 San Antonio errors… Tim Duncan notched his
second-straight double-double with 16 points and 10 rebounds, while Hill and Richard Jefferson also totaled 16 points for the Spurs… Young led the Grizzlies with 17 points as all Memphis starters scored
in double figures.

Memphis 91, San Antonio 88 – April 23 at FedExForum, Memphis, Tenn.
The Memphis Grizzlies earned their first home playoff win in franchise history to take a 2-1 series lead over the San Antonio Spurs, becoming just the seventh No. 8 seed to own a 2-1 series lead since
1984… Zach Randolph’s first career postseason three-pointer proved to be the decisive shot in Memphis’ narrow win, capping a game-high 25-point night from the Grizzlies’ power forward… Randolph
buried the three with the shot clock winding down and 41. 9 seconds remaining in the game, using the cushion provided by Tim Duncan as the veteran focused on keeping Randolph out of the paint… Z-
Bo tried for the dagger with under seven seconds left, but the Spurs rebounded the missed jumper and took it straight down the court, where they were unable to attempt a shot before time expired… Marc
Gasol helped Randolph down-low, finishing with 17 points as the Grizzlies big men doubled-up the Spurs’ Duncan and Antonio McDyess, 42-21… The Grizzlies burst out of the gate with a 29-20 first-
quarter lead, outshooting the Spurs .526-.409 in the opening frame… The Grizzlies led by as many as 15 in the first half, but Manu Ginobili and Tony Parker led a comeback in the second, scoring 15 and
12 points, respectively… Mike Conley continued his solid postseason play with 14 points, eight assists and six rebounds with just one turnover… Ginobili led San Antonio with 23 points, including 12-of-14
at the free throw line, while Duncan tallied his third straight postseason double-double (13 points, 11 rebounds)… Memphis had an efficient night on the fast break, tallying 17 points on a perfect 7-of-7 from
the field.

Memphis 104, San Antonio 86 – April 25 at FedExForum, Memphis, Tenn.
Behind an explosive home playoff crowd for the second consecutive game, the Memphis Grizzlies erupted in the third quarter to deliver a huge blow to the No. 1 seeded San Antonio Spurs and take a 3-1
lead in the best-of-seven series… A 30-15 third frame turned a two-point halftime deficit—the Grizzlies’ first of the series—into a 13-point lead entering the game’s final quarter… The decisive third began
with 14-straight Grizzlies points out of the locker room… When the Spurs re-gained composure and cut the lead back to five (68-63), Memphis responded by closing the quarter on a 10-2 spurt… Memphis
shook off a slow start that saw San Antonio outshoot them .632-.421 in the first frame to hold a 26-21 advantage after 12 minutes… Mike Conley continued his steady postseason play and led the Grizzlies
with 15 points and seven assists in team effort that saw nine Memphis players score at least eight points… Darrell Arthur added 14 off the bench with a number of deadly jumpers and highlight-reel dunks,
finishing 7-of-10 from the field… Tony Parker led the way for the Spurs with 23 points, including 19 in the first half on a perfect 7-of-7 shooting… Tim Duncan, on the other hand, was held to just six points
in the fifth-lowest scoring game of his 174-game playoff career… San Antonio had another uncharacteristically bad night from the perimeter, hitting just 5-of-18 from downtown (.278)… San Antonio has
now shot just .308 from three in four playoffs games after hitting a league-best .397 from long range in the regular season… The Grizzlies scored 20 points off 17 turnovers while allowing just six points off
their nine miscues… The Grizzlies now sit just one game away from becoming the second No. 8 seed (2006-07 Golden State Warriors) to knock off a No. 1 in a best-of-seven series.

San Antonio 110, Memphis 103 (OT) – April 27 at AT&T Center, San Antonio, Texas
Behind an explosive home playoff crowd for the second consecutive game, the Memphis Grizzlies erupted in the third quarter to deliver a huge blow to the No. 1 seeded San Antonio Spurs and take a 3-1
lead in the best-of-seven series… A 30-15 third frame turned a two-point halftime deficit—the Grizzlies’ first of the series—into a 13-point lead entering the game’s final quarter… The decisive third began
with 14-straight Grizzlies points out of the locker room… When the Spurs re-gained composure and cut the lead back to five (68-63), Memphis responded by closing the quarter on a 10-2 spurt… Memphis
shook off a slow start that saw San Antonio outshoot them .632-.421 in the first frame to hold a 26-21 advantage after 12 minutes… Mike Conley continued his steady postseason play and led the Grizzlies
with 15 points and seven assists in team effort that saw nine Memphis players score at least eight points… Darrell Arthur added 14 off the bench with a number of deadly jumpers and highlight-reel dunks,
finishing 7-of-10 from the field… Tony Parker led the way for the Spurs with 23 points, including 19 in the first half on a perfect 7-of-7 shooting… Tim Duncan, on the other hand, was held to just six points
in the fifth-lowest scoring game of his 174-game playoff career… San Antonio had another uncharacteristically bad night from the perimeter, hitting just 5-of-18 from downtown (.278)… San Antonio has
now shot just .308 from three in four playoffs games after hitting a league-best .397 from long range in the regular season… The Grizzlies scored 20 points off 17 turnovers while allowing just six points off
their nine miscues… The Grizzlies now sit just one game away from becoming the second No. 8 seed (2006-07 Golden State Warriors) to knock off a No. 1 in a best-of-seven series.

Memphis 99, San Antonio 91 – April 29 at FedExForum, Memphis, Tenn.
Behind 17 fourth-quarter points from Zach Randolph, the Memphis Grizzlies accomplished something that had never been done before in franchise history, winning a playoff series 4-2 over the top-seeded
San Antonio Spurs… What’s more, after entering the postseason without a single playoff win to their credit, the Grizzlies became just the second eight-seed to defeat a one-seed in a best-of-seven series
(Golden State over Dallas in 2007)… Unstoppable down the stretch, Randolph finished with a franchise postseason-record 31 points to go with 11 rebounds as the big man helped Memphis gain a 62-38
advantage in the paint… Despite constant double-teams and different defensive looks, Z-Bo made a flurry of fall-aways, layups and runners to score 10 of the Grizzlies’ 12 points during a 12-2 run that saw
Memphis reclaim a fourth-quarter lead… The team started its surge by scoring eight-straight after going down 80-79 with 4:40 to play… The Grizzlies opened the game with 14-2 run and led 20-6 before
San Antonio narrowed the gap with a 10-4 run to end the first quarter… By halftime, the Spurs trailed by only three after Manu Ginobili hit a half-court buzzer-beater before heading to the locker room…
Marc Gasol turned in another solid performance down-low, notching a double-double with 12 points and 13 rebounds… With Mike Conley in foul trouble, Greivis Vasquez stepped in with 11 points and in
23 turnover-free minutes off the bench to keep the Grizzlies in front for the majority of the game… Tony Parker led the Spurs with 23 points while Tim Duncan tallied 12 points and 10 rebounds…
Memphis outshot San Antonio .521 to .435 in the win.

  2011 Playoff Series vs. SA:                           4/25 at MEM, W 104-86                               Current Playoff Streaks vs. SA:                           All-Time Playoffs vs. SA:
     4/17 at SA, W 101-98                             4/27 at SA, L 103-110 (OT)                                 Overall: MEM, 1 win                                         Overall: 4-6
      4/20 at SA, L 87-93                               4/29 at MEM, W 99-91                                     Home: MEM, 3 wins                                           Home: 3-2
    4/23 at MEM, W 91-88                                                                                          Road: SA, 2 wins                                            Road: 1-4




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PLAYOFF TEAM QUICK FACTS
•   The Grizzlies forced the first Game 7 of the 2011 NBA Playoffs and in franchise history with a 95-83 win in Game 6 over Oklahoma City… It marked the Grizzlies first-
    ever win when facing elimination (1-3 all-time).
•   Memphis played in more postseason games this season (13) than in the Grizzlies’ first three playoff trips combined (12 from 2004-06)!
•   Memphis won more Western Conference Playoff games than any other eight-seed in a single postseason in NBA history (seven)… With a Game 6 win over the
    Thunder, the Grizzlies passed the 1993-94 Denver Nuggets, who defeated Seattle 3-2 in the first round and lost to Utah in Game 7 in the semifinals.
•   In Game 4 of the Western Conference Semifinals on May 9 at FedExForum, Memphis and Oklahoma City competed in the NBA’s first triple-overtime playoff game since
    the Chicago Bulls defeated the Boston Celtics, 128-127, on April 30, 2009 in the first round of the NBA Playoffs… It tied the longest game in Grizzlies history (Nov. 1,
    2006 vs. New York, Feb. 17, 1999 vs. Boston) and marked the longest postseason game in team history.
•   Including Game 4 vs. Oklahoma City, only four postseason games have gone into triple-OT dating back to the 1991 NBA Playoffs… Boston (127) at Chicago (128) on
    April 30, 2009; New Jersey (127) at Detroit (120) on May 14, 2004; and Phoenix (129) at Chicago (121) on June 13, 1993.
•   The Grizzlies triple-overtime thriller with the Thunder on May 9, which aired on TNT, was the most-watched game locally in Grizzlies history.
•   The Grizzlies have completed three double-digit second half comebacks in the postseason (4/17 at SA, 5/7 vs. OKC, 5/13 vs. OKC) after tying for second in the NBA
    with nine such victories in the regular season… Memphis outscored Oklahoma City 38-17 in the fourth quarter and overtime in Game 3 on May 7.
•   Memphis earned the first overtime victory in franchise playoff history on May 7 vs. Oklahoma City (101-93) after losing their previous two contests, including a 110-103
    loss on April 27 at San Antonio.
•   The Grizzlies became the first eight-seed in NBA history to win Game 1 of the Western Conference Semifinals after defeating a one-seed in a best-of-seven series…
    The 1999 New York Knicks are the only other eight-seed to win their first game of the second round, doing so after beating the Miami Heat in a best-of-five.
•   Memphis earned its first victory in the month of May in franchise history with a 114-101 win on May 1 at Oklahoma City, improving to 1-2 all-time in the month.
•   The Grizzlies made their network television debut on May 1, earning a Game 1 win at Oklahoma City on ABC.
•   Memphis turned the tables from the perimeter in its Western Conference First Round Series with San Antonio, holding the Spurs to .294 from long range after they shot
    an NBA-high .383 in the regular season (down 8.9 percent).
•   The Grizzlies have made plenty of history in their first postseason appearance since 2006… Memphis has not only earned its first playoff victory – it also won its first
    postseason series by becoming just the second eight-seed in NBA history to knock off a one-seed in a best-of-seven series (Golden State over Dallas in 2007).
•   The Grizzlies are now trying to become the first-ever eight-seed to make the Western Conference Finals.
•   Memphis has defeated San Antonio all four times at FedExForum this season.
•   The Grizzlies earned their first playoff victory in franchise history with a 101-98 Game 1 win in San Antonio, snapping a 12-game postseason losing streak.
•   The team that wins the opening game has gone on to win 327 of 416 (.786) best-of-seven series in NBA history, including the first round of this year’s postseason.
•   The Grizzlies shot a franchise playoff-best .552 from the field (37-of-67 FG) on April 17 in their Game 1 win over the Spurs… According to the Elias Sports Bureau, that
    marks just the second time in 90 home playoff games for San Antonio since 1998 (the Gregg Popovich/Tim Duncan era) that the Spurs allowed a team to shoot .550
    or better… The previous occurrence came on May 30, 2005, when the Phoenix Suns hit .571 of their shots en route to a 111-106 win in Game 4 of the Western
    Conference Finals.


PLAYOFF PLAYER QUICK FACTS
•   Zach Randolph led all NBA postseason participants with four 30-10 games, including three in the Western Conference Semifinals.
•   Mike Conley tallied a Grizzlies franchise playoff-record 12 assists on May 13 vs. Oklahoma City, eclipsing his own record of 10 set on April 17 at San Antonio… Conley
    became the franchise’s postseason assists leader during the Grizzlies’ playoff run.
•   Zach Randolph recorded the first 20-20 game of the 2011 NBA Playoffs with 21 points and 21 rebounds on May 7 vs. Oklahoma City, which is also the first 20-20 game
    of his postseason career as well as in Grizzlies playoff history.
•   Marc Gasol answered Randolph’s performance with 26 points and 21 boards two nights later in Game 4 vs. Oklahoma City… According to the Elias Sports Bureau, the
    last team with different players to record 20-point, 20-rebound performances in consecutive playoff games was the Washington Bullets on May 4, 1979 (Elvin Hayes)
    and May 6, 1979 (Wes Unseld) against the San Antonio Spurs.
•   Zach Randolph established a new franchise playoff record and personal postseason best with 34 points in Game 1 of the Western Conference Semifinals on May 1,
    just two days after scoring a then-franchise best 31 points in the series-clinching Game 6 victory on April 29 over the Spurs… Randolph scored 17 points in the fourth
    quarter on April 29 on an array of shots, scoring 10 points during Memphis’ game-clinching 12-2 run late in the game.
•   In the past 15 seasons, only four other players (Allen Iverson, 26; Michael Jordan, 20; Daniel Gibson, 19; Reggie Miller, 18) have scored more points in the final
    quarter of a potential series-clinching game than Randolph in Game 6 against the Spurs… Only two (Miller, Gibson) did so in a victory.
•   Zach Randolph matched his playoff career high and franchise postseason record with 34 points in Game 4 of the Western Conference Semifinals vs. Oklahoma City.
•   Zach Randolph and Marc Gasol put together a Game 1 for the history books on May 1 at Oklahoma City, becoming just the third tandem since the 1978 playoffs to go
    for 30-10 and 20-10, respectively, on the home team in a playoff series opener.
•   Shane Battier, the only player in Grizzlies history to play in all 25 of the franchise’s playoff games, buried the go-ahead three-pointer with 23.9 seconds remaining in
    Game 1 on April 17 at San Antonio, propelling the Grizzlies to their first-ever postseason win.
•   With two offensive boards in Game 2 on April 20 at San Antonio, Shane Battier passed Pau Gasol (23) to lead the franchise in career postseason offensive rebounds.
•   Zach Randolph (25 points, 14 rebounds) and Marc Gasol (24 points, nine rebounds) combined for 49 points, 23 rebounds and four blocks on 19-25 shooting (.760) in
    the Grizzlies Game 1 win on April 17 over San Antonio… The Grizzlies bigs, nicknamed “Ga-Z-Bo” by Knicks broadcaster and NBA legend Walt “Clyde” Frazier, had
    another monster Game 1 in the Western Conference Semifinals, as Randolph (34 points, 10 rebounds) and Gasol (20 points, 13 rebounds) combined for 54 points and
    23 rebounds on 21-33 shooting (.636).
•   The pair had previously both scored 20-plus points in the same game just once during the regular season but have now each reached 20 points in the same game three
    times during the playoffs.
•   Marc Gasol set the single-game franchise playoff record for field goal percentage (min. 6 attempts) in Game 1 on April 17 at San Antonio, hitting 9-of-10 shots (.900) to
    pass his brother Pau Gasol’s mark of .800 (8-of-10 FG) on April 22, 2004.




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TEAM QUICK FACTS
•   Memphis (46-36) qualified for the NBA Playoffs for the first time since the 2005-06 season (fourth time total) as the No. 8 seed in the Western Conference.
•   Memphis’ win total marked the third-highest in franchise history and the team’s most wins since the 2005-06 season (49-33), which was also the last time the Grizzlies
    made the postseason.
•   The Grizzlies won 30 home games this season (30-11), tied for the second-highest single-season total in franchise history (2005-06) and behind only the 2003-04
    season (31-10).
•   Memphis posted a winning record in four consecutive calendar months (January-April 2011) for the first time in franchise history.
•   Grizzlies forward Rudy Gay underwent season-ending surgery on March 25 to repair a left shoulder subluxation suffered on Feb. 15 vs. Philadelphia… Memphis has
    posted a 15-10 record in the absence of Gay, with 14 of those games coming against current playoff teams.
•   The Grizzlies finished the season 10-6 vs. the top four seeds in the Western Conference, earning season series splits with the San Antonio Spurs and Los Angeles
    Lakers while winning 3-1 decisions against the Dallas Mavericks and Oklahoma City Thunder.
•   After starting the season 8-14, Memphis rallied to win 38 of its final 60 games (.633) after Dec. 7, which was the eighth-best record in the NBA… The Grizzlies won 28
    of their final 41 games starting with a victory on Jan. 21 vs. Houston.
•   Memphis won nine games in which they trailed by double-digits in the second half, tied for second in the NBA with Chicago and behind Utah (10).
•   Memphis played in a league-high 19 games decided by three points or less, going 9-10 in those contests.
•   Memphis shot a franchise-record .471 from the field this season, breaking the previous mark set last season (.469).
•   The Grizzlies were 23-1 when leading at halftime at home this season.
•   Memphis was a league-best 18-1 (.947) against opponents which are playing on the second night of a back-to-back… When the opponent’s second game was played at
    FedExForum, the Grizzlies went undefeated (15-0).
•   Memphis led the NBA in points in the paint for a second consecutive season, pouring in 51.5 points inside after scoring 51.4 points inside in 2009-10… That mark was
    six points better than any other team in the NBA… The Grizzlies scored a franchise-record 78 points down low in their victory over the Sacramento Kings on Feb. 26,
    breaking a 13-year-old mark established by the Vancouver Grizzlies (76, Feb. 14, 1998 vs. Washington).
•   Since acquiring Zach Randolph in the 2009 offseason, Memphis has been the only NBA team averaging at least 50 points in the paint over the last two seasons (51.4,
    8426/164)… No other team is within even five points of that mark.
•   Memphis outscored its opponents in the paint in 19-straight games from Feb. 8-March 23, which was the longest such streak since the turn of the century.
•   The Grizzlies went 23-3 this season when limiting opponents to 90 points or fewer.
•   The Grizzlies led the league in forced turnovers (16.5) and steals (9.40) and were second in points off turnovers (19.4).
•   Memphis also ranked fourth in fastbreak points (16.7) and fifth in second chance points (14.8).


THE Z-FILE
•   One of the NBA’s most dominant post scorers and rebounders, Zach Randolph averaged a team-high 20.1 points (19th in NBA) and a career-high and franchise-record
    12.2 rebounds (3rd).
•   Zach Randolph averaged at least 20 points and 10 rebounds for a third consecutive season while no other player was able to accomplish the feat in back-to-back
    seasons.
•   Zach Randolph was one of four players (Dwight Howard, Blake Griffin, Kevin Love) averaging at least 20 points and 10 boards this season.
•   Zach Randolph averaged a double-double for a fifth consecutive season and did so for the sixth time in his 10-year NBA career… The only NBA player with a longer
    active streak is Dwight Howard (7, 2004-11)… Randolph had 53 double-doubles this season, fourth in the NBA.
•   When Zach Randolph recorded at least 20 points and 10 rebounds, the Grizzlies went 25-11… The club was 5-1 when he posted at least 30 and 10.
•   Zach Randolph set a franchise-record and career-high streak with 14-straight double-doubles (Jan. 4-29, 2011), breaking a mark that he reached last season (9, Dec.
    16, 2009-Jan. 5, 2010) and shared with Shareef Abdur-Rahim (Nov. 2-21, 1999)… Z-Bo posted 23.0 points and 14.9 boards over that span.
•   Zach Randolph grabbed multiple offensive rebounds in a franchise-record 32 consecutive games from Dec. 29-March 6… The previous record was 19.
•   Zach Randolph hit the game-winning shot on March 6 at Dallas with 0.3 seconds remaining, giving the Grizzlies a 104-03 win and the first series win over the
    Mavericks (3-1) in franchise history.


ZACH-OLADES
•   Zach Randolph was honored as the NBA’s Western Conference Player of the Month for January, his first career monthly honor and the first in franchise history… Z-Bo
    averaged 22.4 points and 14.2 rebounds in January, guiding Memphis to an 11-6 record (.647) last month, the franchise’s most wins in a calendar month since January
    2005 (12-3)… Randolph also led the league in double-doubles (15) and offensive rebounding (5.2) during the month, winning the first two Player of the Week awards of
    his career (Jan. 3-9, Jan. 24-30) along the way… He added his third Player of the Week Award for games played from March 28-April 3.
•   Zach Randolph made the city of Memphis proud on and off the court… Along with winning his first three career Player of the Week awards (games played Jan. 3-9,
    Jan. 24-30, March 28-April 3), Randolph also received the NBA Cares Community Assist award for the month of December 2010.
•   Zach Randolph was the only Western Conference player to win two Player of the Week Awards in a single month and one of five players in the Western Conference
    (Dirk Nowitzki, Russell Westbrook, LaMarcus Aldridge, Kevin Durant) to earn multiple Player of the Week honors this season… Only Westbrook (four) won the
    award more than Randolph among Western Conference players.


PLAYER QUICK FACTS
•   Mike Conley set the single-season franchise record for total steals (144), passing James Posey’s old mark (137 in 2003-04) on April 5 vs. LA Clippers.
•   Mike Conley’s assists per game average (career-high 6.5, T-16th in the NBA) was the highest by a Grizzlies player since Jason Williams (6.8) in 2003-04.
•   Mike Conley had a career-high tying seven games with at least five assists and no turnovers this season… Conley now holds the most five-assist/zero-turnover games
    in franchise history (22), eclipsing Jason Williams (21) on March 30 vs. Golden State.
•   Marc Gasol led the team in field goal percentage (.527) and blocks (career-high 1.68) for the third consecutive season (each season since joining the NBA).
•   Marc Gasol finished the regular season by blocking a shot in a career-high 18 consecutive games, averaging 2.06 rejections in that span.
•   Tony Allen led the NBA in steals per 48 minutes (4.14), over an entire steal ahead of second-place Chris Paul… That was the highest mark since Nate McMillan in
    1993-94… Overall, Allen finished fifth in the league in steals per game (team-high and career-high 1.79) despite logging 20.8 minutes per contest.
•   Darrell Arthur enjoyed a breakout third NBA season, averaging career highs in points (9.1), blocks (0.79) and field goal percentage (.497)… His nine highest-scoring
    games of his career all came this season… Arthur also shot .813 from the free throw line after going .633 from the stripe in his first two seasons.


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2011 PLAYOFF TEAM NOTES

LUCKY NUMBER SEVEN
Though the Grizzlies franchise played its first-ever Game 7 Sunday, the Grizzlies have multiple players and coaches who played on teams involved in a Game 7
heading into the deciding game of the Western Conference Semifinals.

                                                        GRIZZLIES W/ GAME 7 EXPERIENCE, CAREER
                   Round                                          Player                                 Team                      Opponent                Result
              2010 NBA Finals                                   Tony Allen                          Boston Celtics            Los Angeles Lakers          L 79-83
     2009 Eastern Conference Semifinals                    Tony Allen/Leon Powe                     Boston Celtics              Orlando Magic             L 82-101
     2009 Western Conference Semifinals                        Shane Battier                       Houston Rockets            Los Angeles Lakers          L 70-89
     2008 Eastern Conference Semifinals                    Tony Allen/Leon Powe                     Boston Celtics            Cleveland Cavaliers         W 97-92
    2008 Eastern Conference First Round                    Tony Allen/Leon Powe                     Boston Celtics               Atlanta Hawks            W 99-65
    2007 Western Conference First Round                        Shane Battier                       Houston Rockets                 Utah Jazz             L 99-103
    2005 Eastern Conference First Round                         Tony Allen                          Boston Celtics              Indiana Pacers            L 70-97
    2003 Western Conference First Round               Zach Randolph/Damon Stoudamire             Portland Trail Blazers        Dallas Mavericks           L 95-107
       1982 Eastern Conference Finals                          Lionel Hollins                     Philadelphia 76ers             Boston Celtics          W 120-106
       1981 Eastern Conference Finals                          Lionel Hollins                     Philadelphia 76ers             Boston Celtics           L 90-91
     1981 Eastern Conference Semifinals                        Lionel Hollins                     Philadelphia 76ers           Milwaukee Bucks            W 99-98
     1979 Eastern Conference Semifinals                        Henry Bibby                        Philadelphia 76ers          San Antonio Spurs          L 108-11
     1977 Eastern Conference Semifinals                        Henry Bibby                        Philadelphia 76ers             Boston Celtics           W 83-77
     1974 Eastern Conference Semifinals                        Henry Bibby                         New York Knicks               Capital Bullets          W 91-81



PLAYOFF PEDIGREE
The Grizzlies entered the postseason without a single postseason victory in franchise history, but it should come as no surprise that the current roster not only
gave Memphis its first NBA playoff victory but its first series victory… The 2010-11 Grizzlies brought a wealth of postseason success to the table prior to the 2011
NBA Playoffs… Memphis’ roster entered the league’s second season with 130 games of NBA postseason experience and incredible track records in other walks of
basketball… Here’s a breakdown of the players’ and coaches’ pedigrees:

                                                                 MEMPHIS’ PLAYOFF PEDIGREE
       GRIZZLIES PLAYERS                                                  PEDIGREE                                                          TEAM
           Darrell Arthur                                          2008 NCAA Championship                                              Kansas Jayhawks
            Tony Allen                                     2008 NBA Championship, 2010 NBA Finals                                       Boston Celtics
                                                                     2004 NCAA Final Four                                          Oklahoma State Cowboys
           Shane Battier                                     2009 Western Conference Semifinals                                        Houston Rockets
                                                                   2001 NCAA Championship                                              Duke Blue Devils
           Mike Conley                                                 2007 NCAA Finals                                              Ohio State Buckeyes
            Marc Gasol                                    Gold medal, 2006 FIBA World Championship                                  Spanish National Team
            Rudy Gay                                      Gold medal, 2010 FIBA World Championship                                  Team USA Basketball
          Hamed Haddadi                               Gold medal, 2007 and 2009 FIBA Asian Championship                             Iranian National Team
            Leon Powe                                               2008 NBA Championship                                               Boston Celtics
          Zach Randolph                                              2001 NCAA Final Four                                          Michigan State Spartans

      GRIZZLIES COACHES                                                   PEDIGREE                                                          TEAM
     Head Coach Lionel Hollins                                      1977 NBA Championship                                            Portland Trail Blazers
                                                                   1980 and 1982 NBA Finals                                           Philadelphia 76ers
     Asst. Coach Johnny Davis                                       1977 NBA Championship                                            Portland Trail Blazers
     Asst. Coach Henry Bibby *                                      1973 NBA Championship                                              New York Knicks
                                                                   1977 and 1980 NBA Finals                                           Philadelphia 76ers
                                                                 1970-1972 NCAA Championship                                             UCLA Bruins
    Asst. Coach David Joerger **                                  2007 D-League Championship                                           Dakota Wizards
* - Also coached CBA Champion Lancaster Lightning (1982) and Tulsa Fast Breakers (1989).
** - Also coached the Dakota Wizards to IBA Championship (2001) and CBA Championships (2002, 2004) and the Sioux Falls Skyforce to CBA Championship (2005).

WORKING OVERTIME
The Grizzlies lost a triple-overtime epic to the Thunder on May 9 at FedExForum, just the sixth triple-overtime in NBA Playoffs history and the first to feature two
Western Conference teams.

                                                  TRIPLE-OVERTIME GAMES IN NBA PLAYOFFS, ALL-TIME
YEAR             Winning Team                 Losing Team            Final Score       Overtimes                       Round/Game                              Series
2011         Oklahoma City Thunder          Memphis Grizzlies          133-123           3 OT              Western Conference Semifinals Game 4               OKC 4-3
2009             Chicago Bulls                Boston Celtics           128-127           3 OT              Eastern Conference First Round Game 6              BOS 4-3
2004            New Jersey Nets               Detroit Pistons          127-120           3 OT              Eastern Conference Semifinals Game 5               DET 4-3
1993             Phoenix Suns                 Chicago Bulls            129-121           3 OT                       NBA Finals Game 3                         CHI 4-2
1976             Boston Celtics               Phoenix Suns             128-126           3 OT                       NBA Finals Game 5                         BOS 4-2
1953             Boston Celtics             Syracuse Nationals         111-105           4 OT              Eastern Conference Semifinals Game 2               BOS 2-0




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BELIEVE MEMPHIS…
One of the NBA’s most-exciting and up-and-coming teams, the Memphis Grizzlies clinched their first berth in the NBA Playoffs since making the postseason three
times in a row from 2003-06, earning the No. 8 seed… Memphis wrapped up its spot in the playoffs with a 101-96 win over Sacramento on April 8 at
FedExForum… Here is a look at some key comparisons and tidbits from this season and each of the three previous playoff years.

                                                                         PLAYOFF SEASON BREAKDOWN
                                                    2003-04                              2004-05                           2005-06                               2010-11
          Playoff Seed                                 6th                                  8th                               5th                                   8th
             Record                              50-32 (.610) #                        45-37 (.549)                      49-33 (.598)                          46-36 (.561)
         Playoff Record                            0-4 (.000)                           0-4 (.000)                        0-4 (.000)                            7-6 (.538)
     First Round Opponent                        San Antonio                             Phoenix                            Dallas                            San Antonio
   Second Round Opponent                              N/A                                  N/A                               N/A                             Oklahoma City
    Previous Year’s Record                        28-54 (.341)                         50-32 (.610)                      45-37 (.549)                          40-42 (.488)
             Rookies                                   3                                    2                                 3                                      3
  Avg. Age on Opening Night                           25.1                                 25.4                              27.0                                  24.6
          Head Coach                             Hubie Brown                           Mike Fratello                     Mike Fratello                        Lionel Hollins
       Lionel Hollins’ Title                    Assistant Coach               Asst. Coach/Interim Head Coach           Assistant Coach                         Head Coach
         Gasol Brother                                Pau                                  Pau                               Pau                                   Marc
       Player of the Month                           None                                 None                              None                        Zach Randolph (January)
  Playoff Experience (Games)                           74                                  100                               249                                   130*
Players w/NBA Championships                            0                                    0                                 0                                      2
  Key Offseason Acquisition                      James Posey                          Brian Cardinal                     Eddie Jones                            Tony Allen
      Longest Win Streak                              8#                                    6                                 7                                      5
           Home Wins                                  31 #                                  26                                30                                    30
               PPG                                    96.7                                 93.4                              92.2                                  99.9
              FG%                                     .445                                 .447                              .448                                 .471 #
# - Franchise record                                                                                                                            * - At start of playoffs.

CRAZY EIGHTS
The Grizzlies are just the fourth eight-seed to upset a one-seed in the NBA Playoffs and the second to do so in a best-of-seven… Since the current 16-team
playoff format was introduced in 1984, eight-seeds have won just four of the 56 series (.071), including this postseason.

                                                                  EIGHT-SEED FIRST ROUND UPSETS, ALL-TIME
YEAR             No. 8                         No. 1              SERIES      No. 8 LED IN SCORING BY…                                   EIGHT’S FATE
2011       Memphis Grizzlies            San Antonio Spurs           4-2           Zach Randolph (21.5)         Lost to Oklahoma City Thunder in Western Conference Semifinals (4-3)
2007      Golden State Warriors          Dallas Mavericks           4-2             Baron Davis (25.0)             Lost to Utah Jazz in Western Conference Semifinals (4-1)
1999        New York Knicks                Miami Heat               3-2           Latrell Sprewell (16.2)                Lost to San Antonio Spurs in NBA Finals (4-1)
1994        Denver Nuggets             Seattle SuperSonics          3-2           LaPhonso Ellis (16.0)            Lost to Utah Jazz in Western Conference Semifinals (4-3)
* - Grizzlies and Warriors only eight-seeds to advance in best-of-seven series.


PLAYING THE FIELD
Of the lower seeded teams in the 2011 NBA Playoffs, no team has posed more of a threat to the rest of the NBA’s playoff field than the Memphis Grizzlies…
According to ESPN Stats, the Grizzlies are the best of the 5-8 seeds vs. this year’s playoff teams, going an even 21-21 against their 15 playoff companions during
the 2010-11 season.

                                                    RECORD AGAINST 2011 NBA PLAYOFF TEAMS, AMONG SEEDS 5-8
      RANK                                         TEAM                                           WIN PCT.                 SEED                         CONFERENCE
         1                                 Memphis Grizzlies                                           .500                  8                             Western
         2                                  Denver Nuggets                                             .488                  5                             Western
         3                                New Orleans Hornets                                          .465                  7                             Western
        T4                                  New York Knicks                                            .442                  6                             Eastern
        T4                                Portland Trail Blazers                                       .442                  6                             Western
         6                                    Atlanta Hawks                                            .405                  5                             Eastern
         7                                 Philadelphia 76ers                                          .357                  7                             Eastern
         8                                   Indiana Pacers                                            .310                  8                             Eastern




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MAKING GRIZZTORY
The 2011 Grizzlies set or tied quite a few notable franchise postseason records during their remarkable playoff run… Memphis won its first playoff game in
franchise history with a Game 1 win over San Antonio on April 17 en route to its first postseason series victory over the Spurs.

                                                      GRIZZLIES PLAYOFF RECORDS, SET IN 2011 NBA PLAYOFFS
                                             INDIVIDUAL                                                                                          TEAM
 CATEGORY                        RECORD                         PREV., BEFORE 2011 PLAYOFFS                       CATEGORY                    RECORD              PREV., BEFORE PO
     Points        34 (2), Zach Randolph, 5/9 at OKC *           28 (2), Pau Gasol, 5/1/05 vs. PHO                    Points             123, 5/9 vs. OKC *        115,5/1/05 vs. PHO
  Pts/Series        129, Zach Randolph, 2011 vs. SA                85, Pau Gasol, 2005 vs. PHO                       FG Pct.              .552, 4/17 at SA        .532, 4/23/06 at DAL
 Pts/Playoffs           22.2, Zach Randolph, 2011                       21.3, Pau Gasol, 2005                     3-Pt. FG Pct.           .600, 4/17 at SA        .542, 5/1/05 vs. PHO
  Rebounds          21 (2), Marc Gasol, 5/9 vs. OKC *             16, Pau Gasol, 4/27/05 at PHO                    Rebounds               55, 5/9 vs. OKC *        46, 4/24/05 at PHO
Off. Rebounds          10, Marc Gasol, 5/9 vs. OKC                 9, Pau Gasol, 4/27/05 at PHO                  Off. Rebounds            24, 5/9 vs. OKC *        15, 4/27/05 at PHO
Def. Rebounds           15, Marc Gasol, 4/27 at SA                   9, Pau Gasol, 4/19/04 at SA                 Def. Rebounds             40, 4/27 at SA          35, 4/24/05 at PHO
 Reb/Series         76, Zach Randolph, 2011 vs. OKC                30, Pau Gasol, 2005 vs. PHO                       Blocks              9 (2), 5/9 vs. OKC *     8 (2), 4/29/05 vs. PHO
 Reb/Playoffs             11.2, Marc Gasol, 2011                         7.5, Pau Gasol, 2005                          FTM               37, 5/9 vs. OKC *         24, 4/17/04 at SA
    Assists           12, Mike Conley, 5/13 vs. OKC            8 (2), Jason Williams, 5/1/05 vs. PHO           * - Triple-overtime
  Ast/Series         40, Mike Conley, 2011 vs. OKC               21, Jason Williams, 2005 vs. PHO              (X) - most recent occurrence
 Ast/Playoffs             6.4, Mike Conley, 2011                      5.3, Jason Williams, 2005
     Steals           4 (4), Tony Allen, 5/15 at OKC             3, Brian Cardinal, 4/27/05 at PHO
  Stl/Series               14, Tony Allen, vs. SA                   9, James Posey, 2004 vs. SA
    Blocks              5, Marc Gasol, 5/3 at OKC                  4, Pau Gasol, 4/29/05 vs. PHO
  Blk/Series          17, Marc Gasol, 2011 vs. OKC                   7, Pau Gasol, 2005 vs. PHO
 FGM/Series          48, Zach Randolph, 2011 vs. SA                 39, Pau Gasol, 2005 vs. PHO
    FG Pct.        .900, Marc Gasol (9/10), 4/17 at SA        .800, Pau Gasol (8/10), 4/22/04 vs. SA
      FTM           16, Zach Randolph, 5/9 vs. OKC *                8, Pau Gasol, 4/23/06 at DAL
 FTM/Series         50, Zach Randolph, 2011 vs. OKC                 23, Pau Gasol, 2006 vs. DAL


2011 PLAYOFF PLAYER NOTES

TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS OF THE WORRRRRRRRLD
Nicknamed “Ga-Z-Bo” by Hall of Famer Walt “Clyde” Frazier, the tag team of Zach Randolph and Marc Gasol has dominated its front court counterparts thus
far in the 2011 NBA Playoffs, averaging a combined 38.6 points, 22.6 rebounds, 3.9 assists, 3.71 blocks and 2.43 steals… After outplaying the Spurs’ starting bigs
– Tim Duncan and Antonio McDyess – in the Western Conference First Round, Ga-Z-Bo dominated Thunder big men Serge Ibaka and Kendrick Perkins in the
Western Conference Semifinals.

                                                              GRIZZLIES TAG TEAM, COMBINED AVERAGES
        ROUND                            TAG TEAM                   TEAM           POINTS               REBOUNDS                     ASSISTS           BLOCKS               STEALS
    CONFERENCE                   RANDOLPH/GASOL                      MEM             38.6                     22.6                     3.9                 3.71                2.43
     SEMIFINALS                    IBAKA/PERKINS                     OKC             13.2                     11.7                     0.8                 3.42                0.43


         FIRST                   RANDOLPH/GASOL                      MEM             35.7                     21.5                     5.5                 2.00                1.83
        ROUND                    DUNCAN/MCDYESS                       SA             18.4                     15.5                     4.0                 3.33                0.83


2010-11 TEAM NOTES

THE FINAL 11
After late-season injuries to Marc Gasol and Ronnie Brewer derailed the Grizzlies’ playoff hopes in 2009-10, the team kept the momentum going toward the end
of this season despite the loss of Rudy Gay, who underwent season-ending surgery on March 25 to repair a left shoulder subluxation… Here is a look at the
team’s numbers in the final 11 games of 2010-11 in contrast to last season.

                                                GRIZZLIES’ FINAL 11 REGULAR SEASON GAMES, 2009-10 VS. 2010-11
    SEASON                RECORD                  OPP. PPG           PPG MARGIN             PAINT PPG                 BENCH PPG                TO MARGIN               KEY INJURY
     2009-10              2-9 (.222)                  111.5                -10.1                50.5                       23.5                      -17                Marc Gasol
     2010-11              7-4 (.636)                  93.6                 +5.6                 54.4                       33.5                     +26                  Rudy Gay


SHOULDERING THE LOAD
Though shoulder surgery sidelined Rudy Gay for the remainder for the season, the Grizzlies continued their march to the NBA Playoffs, posting a 15-10 record in
his absence… In that span, 14 of those games came against current playoff teams… Here is a look at the numbers before and after Gay’s injury, which he
suffered on Feb. 15 vs. Philadelphia:

                                          GRIZZLIES TEAM STATS, BEFORE AND AFTER RUDY GAY’S SHOULDER INJURY
  GRIZZ TEAM STATS                      RECORD                         PPG                       OPP. PPG                               FG%                         PAINT PPG
   BEFORE INJURY *                     31-26 (.544)                    99.6                            97.9                             .463                            49.9
    AFTER INJURY                       15-10 (.600)                   100.8                            96.8                             .488                            55.0
* - Gay missed three games prior to his season-ending shoulder injury (Dec. 18 vs. San Antonio, Jan. 1 at Utah and Feb. 8 at Oklahoma City).




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BEARING DOWN ON OPPONENTS
Memphis stepped up defensively after some early-season difficulties with noticeable improvements in key categories… Memphis held opponents to lower marks in
points, field goal percentage, three-point percentage.

                                                                             GRIZZLIES DEFENSIVE ANALYSIS
      DATES                GRIZZ RECORD                    OPP. PPG                       OPP. FG%                   OPP. 3FG%                 OPP. TOs              OPP. BELOW 100+ PTS
   Last 60 games               38-22 (.633)                     95.6                         .455                        .358                       16.5                     40 times
   First 22 games              8-14 (.364)                      101.2                        .473                        .388                       16.7                     11 times
 2010-11 SEASON                46-36 (.561)                97.6 (12th)                    .457 (13th)                 .369 (24th)              16.5 (1st)                 51 times (10th)

 2009-10 SEASON                40-42 (.488)               104.0 (24th)                    .478 (24th)                 .354 (16th)              14.2 (14th)               29 times (T-23rd)


OUT OF HIBERNATION
Memphis broke out of an 8-14 funk to start the season and went on to post the eighth-best record in the NBA (5th in the West) over the rest of the season, winning
38 of its final 60 games (.633)… The Grizzlies got even hotter as the season went on, winning 28 of their final 41 games (.683) starting with a victory over Houston
on Jan. 21.

                                                                    BEST RECORDS IN THE NBA, AFTER DEC. 7
RANK                  TEAM                         RECORD                  WIN PCT                          RANK                    TEAM                       RECORD             WIN PCT
  1               Chicago Bulls *                   50-12                    .806                             6                Dallas Mavericks                 40-21               .658
  2                Miami Heat *                     44-16                    .733                             7                Boston Celtics *                 39-22               .639
  3             San Antonio Spurs *                 43-17                    .717                             8               Memphis Grizzlies                 38-22               .633
 T4            Los Angeles Lakers *                 41-19                    .683                             9              Portland Trail Blazers             38-23               .623
 T4           Oklahoma City Thunder *               41-19                    .683                            10                Denver Nuggets                   37-26               .587
* - Division leader

GETTING THEIR BEAR-INGS
Memphis earned a spot in the Western Conference Playoffs despite not having a winning record until Feb. 1, eventually moving as high as 12 games above .500…
Last year, Memphis overcame a 1-8 start to the season by winning 24 of its next 35 games, pushing its record to a season-best 25-19.

         YEAR                  THRU 50 GAMES                    THRU 60                      THRU 70                     THRU 80                      FINISH
        2010-11                  26-24 (.520)                  33-27 (.550)                 38-32 (.543)                46-34 (.575)                46-36 (.561)
        2009-10                  26-24 (.520)                  30-30 (.500)                 37-33 (.529)                40-40 (.500)                40-42 (.488)

THE GRIZZ BOWL
Football season is over, but it’s worth taking a gridiron-style look at the turnover story for the Grizzlies, who led the league lead this season in turnover differential:

                                                                       BEST TURNOVER DIFFERENTIAL, 2010-11
                 TEAM                                      OPP. TURNOVERS                                       OWN TURNOVERS                                      DIFFERENTIAL
           Memphis Grizzlies                                     1367                                                1145                                              +222
          Portland Trail Blazers                                 1285                                                1070                                              +215

NOT OVER ‘TIL IT’S OVER
Grizzlies fans learned this season not to change the channel when a game looks out of reach in the second half… The Grizzlies won nine times this season when
facing a double-digit deficit in the second half, with eight of those wins coming since Jan. 21… That number was tied for second in the NBA with the Chicago Bulls
and behind only the Utah Jazz (10).

                                         2010-11 GRIZZLIES SECOND HALF COMEBACK VICTORIES, 10 POINTS OR MORE
                      10/29 at DAL     1/21 vs. HOU            1/28 at PHI      2/4 vs. CLE             2/8 at OKC       2/11 vs. MIL     2/13 vs. DEN         3/6 at DAL        3/30 vs. GS
2ND HALF DEFICIT          10                  12                   21                12                    12                   11             17                   18                  10
  FINAL SCORE          W, 91-90         W, 110-105              W, 99-94        W, 112-105          W, 105-101 (OT)        W, 89-86        W, 116-108         W, 104-103          W, 110-91


PRESSING PAWS
Memphis recorded double-digits steals in 34 games this season, more than any team in the league.

                                                                        MOST GAMES WITH 10+ STLS, 2010-11
               TEAM                                               MEMPHIS                                       GOLDEN STATE                                         BOSTON
         Games with 10+ STLS                                        34 *                                             30                                                26
* - Franchise’s most since 2003-04 (40).

CLAWS ON THE BALL
Extremely active on defense, Memphis led the NBA in forced turnovers (16.5) and steals (9.40) and placed second in points off turnovers (19.4)… The Grizzlies
set a franchise record with 22 swipes on Oct. 30 vs. Minnesota, including seven from Mike Conley, who tied his own single-game franchise record.

                                                                   GRIZZLIES DEFENSIVE STATISTICS, 2010-11
             YEAR                                   STL/G                             FORCED TO/G                                PTS OFF TOs/G                 PLAYERS AVG >1.50 STLS
            2010-11                                9.40, 1st                            16.5, 1st                                   19.4, 2nd                   Three (Allen, Conley, Gay)
            2009-10                                7.87, 7th                            14.2, 17th                                  17.1, 7th                              None



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D IS THE KEY
Memphis’ defensive stats told the story in the Grizzlies’ wins and losses… The team limited opponents to just 92.1 points on .440 shooting in wins compared to
104.6 points on .479 shooting in losses… The Grizzlies were 37-14 when holding opponents under 100 points and 9-22 when allowing triple-digits… Memphis was
23-3 when limiting opponents to 90 points or fewer.

                                                GRIZZLIES’ OPPONENTS AVERAGES IN WINS AND LOSSES, 2010-11
                            OPP. PPG             OPP. FG%           OPP. 3FG%             OPP. APG             OPP. TOs        OPP. 1ST HALF PPG         OPP. PTS OFF TOs
When MEM Wins…                   92.1                  .440             .320                19.0                  17.5                 47.0                    14.1
When MEM Loses…                 104.6                  .479             .430                23.6                  15.4                 52.1                    16.8

WE’RE GETTING THE BAND BACK TOGETHER!
As Shane Battier proclaimed following his introductory press conference after being re-acquired by the Grizzlies in a trade on Feb. 24, many former “band
members” are indeed back in Memphis this season… Along with Battier (previously with the Grizzlies from 2001-06), Memphis also signed Jason Williams (2001-
05) on Feb. 7 and even brought back Brevin Knight (2001-03) this season, this time in the broadcast booth… On the coaching staff, assistant coach Damon
Stoudamire is back for his second full season after playing for the Grizzlies from 2005-08 and Head Coach Lionel Hollins is in his second full season in his third
tour of duty with the team after 10 years as an assistant (1995-00, 2002-07).

                                                                        GRIZZ REUNION TIMELINE
1995-96     1996-97   1997-98     1998-99    1999-00      2000-01   2001-02     2002-03   2003-04    2004-05     2005-06   2006-07   2007-08   2008-09    2009-10     2010-11
Lionel Hollins (1995-00, 2002-07, 2009-11) *
                                                                    Shane Battier (2001-06, 2011)
                                                                    Jason Williams (2001-05, 2011)
                                                                    Brevin Knight      (2001-03, 2010-11)
                                                                                                                 Damon Stoudamire                   (2005-08, 2009-11)

KEY:       Player      Coach            Broadcaster
*Hollins served as Interim Head Coach during parts of 1999-00 and 2004-05 seasons

MEMPHIS, TEN
The 2010-11 season is the Grizzlies 10th in the Bluff City after relocating from Vancouver, B.C., Canada after six years… The Grizz tied a franchise best with 23
wins in their inaugural season in Tennessee in 2001-02, increasing their win total to 28 in 2002-03 and then a franchise record 50 in 2003-04, earning their first of
three consecutive playoff berths… Prior to the start of the 2010-11 season, the Grizzlies held a 303-435 (.411) all-time record since moving to Memphis, compared
to the 101-359 (.220) mark posted while in Vancouver.


2010-11 PLAYER NOTES

DESERVING OF ZACH-OLADES
Zach Randolph remained one of the top forwards in the NBA, winning his first career Player of the Month Award for January and three Player of the Week
honors… The 10-year NBA veteran averaged a team-high 20.1 points (19th in the NBA) and a career-high and franchise-record 12.2 rebounds (3rd in the NBA)…
Z-Bo as one of just four qualifying NBA players this season (Dwight Howard, Blake Griffin, Kevin Love) to sport a 20-10 average… He’s now accomplished that
feat in three consecutive seasons while no other NBA player has been able to put together those averages in each of the last two seasons… Randolph’s fifth
consecutive year with a double-double average ranks behind only Howard (7, 2004-11) for the longest active streak.

            PLAYERS AVERAGING 20+ PTS AND 10+ REB, 2010-11                                                         CONSECUTIVE DBL-DBL SEASONS, ACTIVE *
     PLAYER                     TEAM                    PPG                    RPG                                PLAYER               SEASONS                 YEARS
 Zach Randolph *                MEM                     20.1                   12.2                            Dwight Howard           7 seasons               2004-11
   Blake Griffin                 LAC                    22.5                   12.1                            Zach Randolph           5 seasons               2006-11
  Dwight Howard                  ORL                    22.9                   14.1
    Kevin Love                   MIN                    20.2                   15.2
* - Randolph is only NBA player who has averaged 20-10 in each of last two seasons, now accomplishing the feat three seasons in a row.

THE BIG Z-BOWSKI
Though Zach Randolph may not always receive the credit he deserves as one of the game’s top forwards over the past eight years, the numbers certainly back it
up… Since becoming a full-time starter with the Portland Trail Blazers during the 2003-04 season, Z-Bo is one of just seven NBA players who has recorded at
least 10,000 points and 5,000 rebounds, joining the likes of NBA MVP Award winners Tim Duncan, Kevin Garnett and Dirk Nowitzki along with six-time NBA All-
Star Chris Bosh, two-time NBA Defensive Player of the Year Dwight Howard and two-time NBA Champion Pau Gasol… Moreover, Randolph and Nowitzki are
the only two players in that group who have made at least 100 three-pointers over that span… Notable names absent from this list include LeBron James, Amar’e
Stoudemire, Carlos Boozer, Shawn Marion, Elton Brand and Antawn Jamison.

                                                        THE 10,000-POINT, 5,000-REBOUND CLUB, SINCE 2003-04
             PLAYER                             POINTS                            REBOUNDS                     PT/REB DOUBLE-DOUBLES               GAMES PLAYED
           Dirk Nowitzki                        15,398                              5,321                                230                           626
            Chris Bosh                          11,713                              5,417                                267                           586
           Kevin Garnett                        11,446                              6,465                                357                           584
            Tim Duncan                          11,339                              6,465                                364                           602
          Zach Randolph                          10,881                             5,651                                301                           544
             Pau Gasol                          10,737                              5,207                                250                           567
          Dwight Howard                         10,322                              7,287                                414                           567




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ZACH RANDOLPH, BY THE NUMBERS
Zach Randolph has posted monster point-rebound games throughout his career, especially since joining the Grizzlies two seasons ago… This season, there were
only eight instances in which a player has reached 34 points and 17 boards in a single game… Randolph had three of those performances, while Kevin Durant
(one), Dwight Howard (one), Kevin Love (two) and Andray Blatche (one) had the others… Here is a numeric breakdown of Randolph’s stat lines:

   PTS-REB GAMES                 THIS SEASON                   WITH GRIZZLIES                     CAREER                               NBA RANK
                                   (2010-11)                 (2 seasons, 2009-11)           (10 seasons, 2001-11)           SINCE JOINING GRIZZLIES (2009-11)
     30-15 games                       4                             11                              18                                    2nd
     20-20 games                       5                              7                               9                                    3rd
     25-15 games                       9                             19                              37                                    2nd
     20-10 games                      36                             76                              205                                   2nd
10 offensive rebounds                  2                              5                               7                                    1st

IF YOU LIKE Z-BO’S 20-10 GAMES…
When Zach Randolph went for at least 20 points and 10 rebounds, everything seemed to come together for the Grizzlies... With Randolph averaging 24.8 points
and 14.4 rebounds on .536 shooting in his 20-10 games, the Grizzlies were 25-11 overall… All-time, the Grizzlies are 50-26 when Z-Bo scores 20-plus points and
snares 10-plus boards… Randolph has averaged 20 points and 10 rebounds in six of his 10 NBA seasons, including last year with Memphis (20.8 points, 11.7
rebounds) in his first All-Star campaign.

...YOU’LL LOVE Z-BO’S 20-20 GAMES!
Zach Randolph went off for at least 20 points and 20 rebounds in a game five times this season and now has seven 20-20 games since joining the Grizzlies at
the start of last season… That’s one more than the total produced by every other player in the Grizzlies’ 16-year history combined… Z-Bo had one more 20-20
games in the 2010-11 season (75 games) as he did in his first nine NBA seasons (587 games).

                     20-20 GAMES IN GRIZZLIES HISTORY                                                     Z-BO’S 20-20 GAMES IN 2010-11, NBA RANK
    GRIZZLIES               # 20-20 GAMES        # TOTAL GAMES W/GRIZZLIES                        PLAYER                       TEAM               # 20-20 GAMES
  Zach Randolph                   7*                        156                                  Kevin Love                   Minnesota                 11
Shareef Abdur-Rahim                3                        375                                Dwight Howard                   Orlando                   6
  Lorenzen Wright                  1                        336                                Zach Randolph                  Memphis                    5
 Othella Harrington                1                        126
* - Five in 2010-11 alone

CONLEY’S CAREER ACCELERATING
Known for his quickness on the court, Mike Conley’s numbers once again accelerated during the 2010-11 season… The 6-1, 185-pound playmaker set a new
career high with 14 assists on Dec. 8 at Phoenix and tied his own franchise record with seven steals on Oct. 30 vs. Minnesota… The 23-year-old, who would be an
NBA rookie this season had he stayed all four years at Ohio State, scored a season-high 28 points in a Nov. 30 home victory over the Los Angeles Lakers and led
the Grizzlies in assists in all but 14 games played this season.

                                                             MIKE CONLEY, CAREER BREAKDOWN
                                            PPG                       RPG                         APG                       SPG                       MPG
 FIRST 3 SEASONS (2007-10)                   10.9                      2.8                         4.7                       1.13                      30.0
          2010-11                           13.7 *                     3.0                        6.5 *                     1.78 *                    35.5 *
* - Career high

TONY ALLEN WREAKING HAVOC
Tony Allen was a game-changer for the Grizzlies in his first season in Memphis, wreaking havoc on defense and subsequently creating more opportunities on
offense… Long regarded as one of the league’s best defenders, Allen topped himself this year, posting a 4.14 steals-per-48-minute average… That was over one
steal ahead of second-place Chris Paul this season and the highest number the NBA has seen since Nate McMillan in 1993-94… Only one other active NBA
player has ever had a single season averaging at least four steals per 48 minutes – Ron Artest (4.12 in 2001-02).

MAKING A MARC
Only in his third NBA season, Marc Gasol has established himself as the Grizzlies’ all-time career leader for field goal percentage (.545), far exceeding his brother
Pau Gasol, who ranks second in the team’s annals (.509)… Marc now owns three of the franchise’s best four single-season marks for field goal accuracy after
shooting .527 clip this season… Here is a look at the club’s best single seasons for field goal percentage:

                                       BEST SINGLE SEASONS IN GRIZZLIES HISTORY, FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE
RANK               PLAYER                 FG%               SEASON                         RANK                PLAYER                FG%               SEASON
  1               Marc Gasol              .581              2009-10                          5              Hakim Warrick            .524              2006-07
  2               Pau Gasol               .538              2006-07                          6              Bryant Reeves            .523              1997-98
  3               Marc Gasol              .530              2008-09                          7                Pau Gasol              .518              2001-02
  4               Marc Gasol              .527              2010-11                          8                Pau Gasol              .514              2004-05




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KING ARTHUR
Third-year forward Darrell Arthur enjoyed a breakout 2010-11 campaign, averaging career highs in points (9.1), blocks (0.79) and field goal percentage (.497)…
Arthur tallied a career-best 24 points on Feb. 13 vs. Denver and scored 17-or-more points nine times this season after never doing so in his first two seasons (108
games)… The 6-9, 235-pounder scored in double-figures in six consecutive games to start the season, the longest streak of his career, and tallied two double-
doubles as a reserve (five career).

                                              DARRELL ARTHUR, 2010-11 SEASON VS. FIRST TWO SEASONS
  SEASON(S)           GAMES           STARTS             PPG             RPG           FG%             FT%           MPG           17+ PTS          CAREER HI
   2010-11              80               9                9.1             4.3          .497            .813          20.1          9 times             24
   2008-10             108              65                5.2             4.2          .436            .633          17.8           None               16

RUDY…FOR THE WIN!
In crucial moments this season, Rudy Gay has come to the Grizzlies’ rescue… The clutch performer beat the buzzer and the Miami Heat (97-95) with a baseline
jumper over LeBron James on Nov. 20 in front of a sellout crowd at FedExForum… It marked Gay’s third career buzzer-beater and his fifth game-winning field
goal in the final three seconds of the fourth quarter, one for each season of his NBA career… Gay’s three buzzer beaters are tied for the most by any NBA player
age 24 or younger over the last nine seasons, equaling Gilbert Arenas… Gay’s late-game heroics this season also include a game-winning shot with 0.8 seconds
left on the clock to knock off the Raptors on Jan. 24, as well as a three-pointer to send a game into overtime, an eventual Grizzlies win, on Dec. 8 at Phoenix:

                                                           RUDY GAY’S GAME-WINNERS, CAREER
         SEASON                           DATE                            OPPONENT                   FINAL SCORE            TIME REMAINING AFTER FINAL SHOT
         2010-11                       Jan. 24, 2011                        at Toronto                  100-98                         0.8 seconds
         2010-11                       Nov. 20, 2010                        vs. Miami                    97-95                         0.0 seconds
         2009-10                       Jan. 22, 2010                   vs. Oklahoma City                 86-84                         1.3 seconds
         2008-09                       Oct. 31, 2008                       vs. Orlando                   86-84                         0.0 seconds
         2007-08                       Dec. 19, 2007                    vs. San Antonio                  88-85                         0.0 seconds
         2006-07                       Dec. 6, 2006                         at Boston                    98-96                         2.6 seconds


“NO! NO! NO! NOT THIS GUY! NOT THIS GUY! NOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!”
Now immortalized on YouTube, this was a Raptors fan’s reaction to Rudy Gay’s game-winning shot on Jan. 24 at Toronto… Not only did Gay hit the game-
winning basket with 0.8 seconds left to play, he then blocked Sundiata Gaines’ potential game-winning shot at the other end of the court… According to the Elias
Sports Bureau, the last player to hit a game-winning field goal (one that put his team ahead to stay) in the last 10 seconds of a game and then block a potential
game-tying or game-winning field goal was Amar'e Stoudemire for Phoenix against Sacramento on Nov. 14, 2008… Stoudemire broke a tie with 4.3 seconds left
in overtime and then blocked two shots in the dying seconds.




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    Head Coach Lionel Hollins
HOLLINS’ CAREER YEAR-BY-YEAR COACHING RECORD

                                                              REGULAR SEASON                                                                       PLAYOFFS
       Year              Team                               W                         L                       Pct.                         W                            L                          Pct
      1999-00          Vancouver                           18                        42                       .300                         -                            -                           -
      2004-05           Memphis                             0                         4                       .000                         -                            -                           -
      2008-09           Memphis                            13                        26                       .333                         -                            -                           -
      2009-10           Memphis                            40                        42                       .488                         -                            -                           -
      2010-11           Memphis                            46                        36                       .561                         7                            6                         .538
                  TOTALS                                   117                       150                      .438                         7                            6                         .538

•     In his first career postseason game as a head coach, earned the first playoff victory in Grizzlies history with a
      101-98 victory over the San Antonio Spurs on April 17, 2011.                                                                     MOST COACHING WINS IN GRIZZLIES HISTORY
•     Led the Grizzlies to their first postseason series victory over San Antonio, becoming the second eight-seed in
                                                                                                                                   COACH                       SEASONS                       WINS
      NBA history to knock off a one-seed in a best-of-seven series.
•     Became the franchise’s all-time winningest coach on Jan. 31, 2011 following a win over Orlando.                          Lionel Hollins            1999-00, 2004, 2009-11                117
•     Guided the Grizzlies to 11 wins in the month of January (11-6), the most wins in a single month for the franchise
                                                                                                                                 Mike Fratello                  2004-06                        95
      since January 2005 (12-3).
•     Earned career victory No. 100 on Feb. 11 vs. Milwaukee.                                                                    Hubie Brown                    2002-04                        83
•     Led Memphis to four consecutive winning months (January-April 2011) for the first time in franchise history.
•     Had No. 33 jersey retired at Arizona State University on Feb. 17, 2011.

When Lionel Hollins took the reins as the 11th head coach in Grizzlies history on Jan. 25, 2009, he immediately set out to establish a team identity founded on playing hard and competing as a team
every night.

In Hollins’ first full season as head coach, the Grizzlies posted a 40-42 record (.488), the second-best improvement in the NBA in 2009-10 (16 wins). The Grizzlies set club records in scoring (102.5
points) and field goal percentage (.469) under Hollins, while also establishing the longest home (11, Dec. 18, 2009-Jan. 25, 2010) and road winning streaks (7, Feb. 17-March 10, 2010) in franchise
history. Hollins won the Western Conference Coach of the Month Award after leading the Grizzlies to a 9-4 record (.692) in December, the best December record and sixth-highest winning percentage for
a single month in team history.

Since tabbing Hollins as head coach midway through the 2008-09 season, the Grizzlies have steadily improved, posting a 53-68 record (.438) after going 55-152 (.266) in the two-and-a-half seasons prior.

The 22-year NBA coaching veteran was an original member of the Vancouver franchise and was a staple on the coaching sidelines for 10 of its first 12 seasons (1995-00, 2002-07). Hollins also served as
the club’s interim head coach on two separate occasions. Hollins guided Vancouver to an 18-42 finish (.300) in 1999-00, replacing Brian Hill after the team started the season 4-18 (.182), and again took
over for four games in 2004-05 following the resignation of Hall of Famer Hubie Brown. Hollins owns an overall coaching record of 71-114 (.384), including two stints as Grizzlies interim head coach.

Prior to joining the Grizzlies, the Arizona State graduate spent seven years with the Phoenix Suns (1988-95) as an assistant coach under Cotton Fitzsimmons and later Paul Westphal. During that time,
Phoenix compiled an overall record of 394-180 (.686) and never won fewer than 53 games in a single season. The Suns won a franchise-record 62 games in the 1992-93 season and represented the
Western Conference in the 1993 NBA Finals against the Chicago Bulls. After sitting out the 2007-08 season, Hollins returned to the sidelines in 2008 as an assistant under Milwaukee Bucks Head Coach
Scott Skiles.

The Las Vegas, Nev. native has honed his straightforward, no-nonsense approach by serving under three NBA Coaches of the Year, including Brown (1977, 2005), Fitzsimmons (1978, 1989) and Mike
Fratello (1986) and was on the coaching staff when Brown and Fitzsimmons were honored with the award a second time. In addition, as a 10-year NBA veteran (1975-85), Hollins was led by several
notable head coaches, including Hall of Famers Billy Cunningham, Chuck Daly, Lenny Wilkens and Jack Ramsay, as well as Bill Fitch and Paul Silas.

Selected sixth overall in the first round of the 1975 NBA Draft by the Portland Trail Blazers, Hollins earned a spot on the 1976 All-Rookie First Team and won an NBA Championship as a starter for the
Trail Blazers in 1977, where he was a teammate of current Grizzlies Assistant Coach Johnny Davis. A year later, he was an NBA All-Star while also being named to the NBA’s All-Defensive First Team.
Hollins averaged 11.6 points, 4.5 assists and 1.56 steals over 673 career games with the Trail Blazers, Philadelphia 76ers, San Diego Clippers, Detroit Pistons and Houston Rockets.

Hollins has been inducted into the Halls of Fame of the NCAA, Arizona State University, Nevada High School Basketball, Southern Nevada Sports and the Pac-10. In addition, he has been named one of
the top 100 athletes of Nevada and one of the top 150 athletes of Arizona. His No. 14 jersey is retired by the Trail Blazers.

Hollins, who has maintained a residence in the Bluff City, has been extremely active in the Memphis community. He has been a regular participant in Community Investment and Grizzlies Foundation
programs, and has established the Lionel Hollins Bowling for Backpacks event, which has raised thousands of dollars to purchase school supplies and uniforms for underprivileged youth since its inception
in 2003, and the Role Models Dinner, which includes a fine dining experience and a connection with mentors that volunteer for one year at their school.


                                                                      LIONEL HOLLINS’ NBA CAREER TIMELINE
                                    Year                                            Team                                                          Role
                                 1975-80                                   Portland Trail Blazers                                                Player
                                 1980-82                                     Philadelphia 76ers                                                  Player
                                 1982-83                                    San Diego Clippers                                                   Player
                                 1983-84                                       Detroit Pistons                                                   Player
                                 1984-85                                      Houston Rockets                                                    Player
                             1985-86, 1987-88                             Arizona State University                                          Assistant Coach
                                 1988-95                                       Phoenix Suns                                                 Assistant Coach
                                 1995-99                                    Vancouver Grizzlies                                             Assistant Coach
                                 1999-00                                    Vancouver Grizzlies                                           Interim Head Coach
                                 2002-04                                     Memphis Grizzlies                                              Assistant Coach
                                   2004                                      Memphis Grizzlies                                            Interim Head Coach
                                 2004-07                                     Memphis Grizzlies                                              Assistant Coach
                                 2008-09                                      Milwaukee Bucks                                               Assistant Coach
                               2009-present                                  Memphis Grizzlies                                                Head Coach


                                                                LIONEL HOLLINS’ NBA HEAD COACHING CAREER
                                     Year                                     Team                                     Record                                    Pct.
                                  1999-00                         Vancouver Grizzlies (Interim)                         18-42                                    .300
                                   2004                            Memphis Grizzlies (Interim)                           0-4                                     .000
                                2009-present                       Memphis Grizzlies (Head)                            99-104                                    .488
                                Overall Total                                                                          117-150                                   .438




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#9 Tony Allen                                                                                                                                                                                       G
                                 HEIGHT 6-4            WEIGHT 213            BIRTHDATE 1/11/82                 COLLEGE OKLAHOMA STATE                        YEARS PRO 6
LAST FIVE GAMES
DATE/OPP                  MIN       FG       FGA       FG%        3FG      3FGA       3FG%        FT      FTA         FT%        ORB       DRB        REB       AST       PF      STL       TO      BLK       PTS
5/7 vs. OKC               29        2         5        .400         0         0        .000        6       10         .600          2        2         4         2        2        1        1         1       10
5/9 vs. OKC               33        3        10        .300         0         1        .000        0       0          .000          1        0         1         2        5        2        4         1        6
5/11 @ OKC                27        4        13        .308         0         0        .000        0        0         .000          1        1         2         2        3        1        3         0        8
5/13 vs. OKC              21        4        6         .667         1         2        .500        1       2          .500          1        4         5         0        4        1        2         0       10
5/15 at OKC               27        3         6        .500         0         1        .000        1        2         .500          1        2         3         1        3        4        1         1        7

2010-11 SEASON AVERAGES                             GP/S:        72/31      PPG:        8.9      RPG:           2.7     APG:        1.4    FG%:          .510         STLS:         1.79        MINS:       20.8
2011 PLAYOFFS AVERAGES                              GP/S:        13/13      PPG:        8.8      RPG:           2.9     APG:        1.5    FG%:          .426         STLS:         1.92        MINS:       26.9

2011 PLAYOFFS: 2010-11 NBA All-Defensive Second Team selection ranked fourth in steals (1.92) during the                                      Season High                       Career High
Grizzlies’ playoff run and became the franchise’s postseason leader for steals (25)… ROUND 2: Averaged 8.6
points, 3.1 rebounds and 1.57 steals on .407 shooting in 27.1 minutes… Tied a club playoff record with four steals            Points             27    2/8 at OKC                 30       12/15/06 vs. DEN
in Game 7 on May 15 at Oklahoma City… ROUND 1: Averaged 9.0 points, 2.7 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 2.33
steals on .447 shooting in 26.7 minutes in the first round against San Antonio… Set a franchise postseason record             FGM                10    3/30 vs. GS                11       Twice
with four steals on 4/27 at San Antonio and 4/29 vs. San Antonio… Tied his playoff career high with 15 points in
Game 2 on April 20 at San Antonio… Tallied seven points, three rebounds and three assists in Grizzlies                        3FGM               2     1/4 vs. OKC                2        10 times
postseason debut in Game 1 on April 17 at San Antonio.
                                                                                                                              FTM                10    2/22 at DEN                11       12/27/06 at LAC
2010-11 SEASON: Emerged as one of the NBA’s best defensive guards and a smash-hit fan favorite in his first
season in Memphis, averaging 8.9 points, 2.7 rebounds, 1.4 assists and a career-high and team-high 1.79 steals on         Rebounds             11      3/19 vs. IND              11       3/19/11 vs. IND
.510 shooting in 20.8 minutes in 72 games (31 starts)… His steals per 48 minute average (4.14) was an entire steal
ahead of second-place (Chris Paul) and the highest the league had seen since Nate McMillan in 1993-94…
                                                                                                                          Assists               6      3/19 vs. IND               7       Twice
Finished fourth in the NBA Defensive Player of the Year voting, behind only Dwight Howard, Kevin Garnett and              Steals                6      Twice                      7       1/7/07 at ORL
Tyson Chandler… Was one of two qualifying players (LeBron James) to average at least 1.50 steals and 0.50
blocks per game (0.61)… Led the NBA in steal percentage (.045), a measure of opponent possessions that end                Blocks                3      5 times                    4       3/20/06 vs. LAL
with a steal by a player while on the court… Averaged over a steal per game for the sixth time in his career…
Became an offensive threat after Rudy Gay’s season-ending shoulder injury, averaging 13.3 points on .542                  Minutes              40      2/8 at OKC                48       12/15/06 vs. DEN
shooting in 23 games (all starts) after the All-Star Break… Averaged 13.4 points, 3.6 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 2.26
steals on .541 shooting in 28.7 minutes in 31 starts… The Grizzlies went 19-7 when he played at least 25 minutes… Scored 10-plus points 29 times and 20-plus points seven times, including a season-
high 27 points on Feb. 8 at Oklahoma City… Also added five steals and three blocks in that game, becoming the first player in franchise history to post a stat line of at least 27 points, five thefts and three
rejections, while playing a season-high 40 minutes… Grabbed a career-high 11 rebounds to go with 19 points, a season-high six assists and season-high tying six steals on March 19 vs. Indiana, his
second career double-double… Also tallied a season-high tying six steals on Dec. 27 vs. Toronto… Recorded 11 points, four rebounds, three assists and three steals on Nov. 13 vs. Boston in his first
game against his former team… Tied a franchise record with four steals in the first quarter on Nov. 15 at Orlando, duplicating the feat in the fourth quarter on Dec. 11 at LA Clippers… Recorded a steal in
a career-high 14 consecutive games from March 1-30… Blocked a shot in a career-high eight consecutive games from March 23-April 8… DNP (Coach’s Decision) six times… Missed four games from
Jan. 12-19 due to a sore left knee.

NBA PLAYOFFS: A member of the 2008 NBA Champion Boston Celtics, holds career postseason averages of 3.0 points, 1.2 rebounds and 0.57 steals on .486 shooting in 10.8 minutes in 56 games
(three starts)… Played in the 2010 NBA Finals with the Boston Celtics.

NBA CAREER: The seven-year NBA veteran completed his first season in Memphis after spending the first six years of his career in Boston… Was a member of a Celtics squad that earned two NBA
Finals appearances in three years, winning the 2008 NBA Championship… Boston earned four playoff appearances in his six seasons with the team… Holds career averages of 7.5 points, 2.6 rebounds,
1.3 assists and 1.18 steals in 18.8 minutes in 408 games (113 starts) with the Grizzlies and Celtics… Ranks in the Top 25 in Celtics history with 351 steals (21st) and 117 blocks (T-24th)… Since suffering
a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and torn medial collateral ligament (MCL) in his left knee on Jan. 10, 2007, has averaged 7.4 points, 2.5 rebounds, 1.4 assists and 1.23 steals in 247 games… Has
two career double-doubles.



#00 Darrell Arthur (dur-RELL)                                                                                                                                                                         F
                                         HEIGHT 6-9            WEIGHT 235            BIRTHDATE 3/25/88                 COLLEGE KANSAS                 YEARS PRO 2
LAST FIVE GAMES
DATE/OPP                  MIN       FG       FGA       FG%        3FG      3FGA       3FG%        FT      FTA         FT%        ORB       DRB        REB       AST       PF      STL       TO      BLK       PTS
5/7 vs. OKC               11        2         5        .400         0         0       .000         1       2           .500         0        1         1         0        2        0        0         0        5
5/9 vs. OKC                9        1         6        .167         0         0       .000         0       0           .000         0        1         1         0        4        0        0         1        2
5/11 @ OKC                15        3         5        .600         0         0        .000        3       4           .750         1        1         2         0        3        2        2         1        9
5/13 vs. OKC              12        3         7        .429         0         0       .000         2       2          1.000         1        0         1         0        3        1        1         0        8
5/15 at OKC               17        2         6        .333         1         1       1.000        0       0           .000         0        0         0         0        1        0        0         0        5

2010-11 SEASON AVERAGES                               GP/S:       80/9      PPG:       9.1     RPG:         4.3       APG:      0.7       FG%:        .497        BLKS:          0.79       MINS:           20.1
2011 PLAYOFFS AVERAGES                                GP/S:       13/0      PPG:       7.1     RPG:         2.2       APG:      0.5       FG%:        .459        BLKS:          0.92       MINS:           15.5

2011 PLAYOFFS: In his first postseason action since helping Kansas win the 2008 NCAA National Championship,                                   Season High                       Career High
ranked second on the team with 0.92 blocks per game… ROUND 2: Averaged 6.3 points, 1.7 rebounds and 0.6
assists on .378 shooting in 14.6 minutes… ROUND 1: Averaged 8.0 points, 2.8 rebounds and 1.50 blocks on.550                   Points             24    2/13 vs. DEN               24       2/13/11 vs. DEN
shooting in 16.5 minutes against the San Antonio Spurs… Established a playoff career high with 17 points on 7-of-
10 shooting in Game 4 on April 25 vs. San Antonio… Scored five points in 15 minutes off the bench in his                      FGM                9     Twice                      9        Twice
postseason debut in Game 1 on April 17 at San Antonio.
                                                                                                                              FTM                9     3/9 vs. NY                 9        3/9 vs. NY
2010-11 SEASON: A breakout performer in his third NBA season, averaged career highs for scoring (9.1), field
goal percentage (.497), blocks (0.79) and minutes (20.1)… Also posted 4.3 rebounds and 0.65 steals in 80 games                Rebounds           11    11/5 at PHO                15       10/29/08 at HOU
(nine starts)… Posted the nine highest scoring games of his career this season… Shot .813 from the free throw line
after going .633 from the foul line in his previous two seasons… Averaged 12.2 points and 6.0 rebounds on .485                Assists            4     3/17 at NY                 4        3/17/11 at NY
shooting in 29.2 minutes in nine starts, reaching double figures seven times… His improvement directly contributed
to the Grizzlies bench averaging 27.4 points this season after getting just 20.0 points from the reserves last
                                                                                                                              Steals             3     12/17 at HOU               4        3/18/09 vs. DEN
season… Scored 10-plus points 31 times and 20-plus points four times, including a career-high 24 points on Feb.               Blocks             4     Twice                      5        3/18/09 vs. DEN
13 vs. Denver… Memphis went 21-10 when he scored in double digits… Grabbed 10-plus rebounds twice,
including a season-best 11 boards on Nov. 5 at Phoenix… Posted two double-doubles, both off the bench in OT                   Minutes            36    2/11 vs. MIL               37       1/28/09 at OKC
games against the Suns on Nov. 5 and Dec. 8… Inactive twice from Nov. 30-Dec. 1 due to a strained left groin.

NBA CAREER: The three-year veteran holds career averages of 6.9 points, 4.2 rebounds and 0.6 assists in 18.8 minutes in 188 games (73 starts) with the Memphis Grizzlies… Has five career double-
doubles… After winning the 2008 NCAA National Championship with the Kansas Jayhawks, selected in the first round (27th overall) of the 2008 NBA Draft by the New Orleans Hornets.




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#31 Shane Battier                                                                                                                                                                                           F
                                          HEIGHT 6-8           WEIGHT 220            BIRTHDATE 9/9/1978                  COLLEGE DUKE                     YEARS PRO 9
LAST FIVE GAMES
DATE/OPP                  MIN      FG       FGA       FG%        3FG       3FGA       3FG%       FT      FTA           FT%       ORB         DRB           REB         AST      PF      STL         TO     BLK       PTS
5/7 vs. OKC               25        1         2       .500         0         0        .000        0       0           .000         2             2          4          1        1           0       0       0         2
5/9 vs. OKC               39        3         6       .500         0         3        .000        1       1          1.000         2             1          3          3        4           0       0       2         7
5/11 @ OKC                15        0         3       .000         0         1        .000        0       0           .000         1             2          3          0        1           0       1       0         0
5/13 vs. OKC              29        2         6       .333         1         3        .333        0       0          .000          2             3          5          2        2           0       1       0         5
5/15 at OKC               28        2         6       .333         0         3        .000        0       0           .000         2             2          4          0        2           1       0       0         4

2010-11 SEASON AVERAGES (TOT)                      GP/S:        81/59      PPG:        7.5      RPG:           4.5      APG:        2.2       FG%:              .449         BLKS:      1.00            MINS:       29.0
2010-11 SEASON AVERAGES (MEM)                      GP/S:         23/0      PPG:        5.0      RPG:           4.0      APG:        1.4       FG%:              .426         BLKS:      0.43            MINS:       24.2
2011 PLAYOFFS AVERAGES                             GP/S:         13/0      PPG:        5.5      RPG:           4.0      APG:        1.2       FG%:              .439         BLKS:      0.46            MINS:       26.1

2011 PLAYOFFS: The only player to appear in all 25 of Memphis’ postseason games… ROUND 2:
Averaged 4.7 points and 3.9 rebounds on .389 shooting in 25.3 minutes… ROUND 1: Averaged 6.5 points,
                                                                                                                                          Season High                                 Career High
and 4.2 rebounds on .500 shooting in 27.0 minutes… Hit the go-ahead three-pointer with 23.9 seconds                    Points                19           1/24 at MIN                  33        3/4/05 vs. TOR
remaining in the Game 1 win on April 17 at San Antonio on April 17, helping the Grizzlies win their first-ever
playoff game.                                                                                                          FGM                   7            3 times                      12        3/21/02 vs. MIN
2010-11 SEASON: One of the most-beloved players in franchise history, returned to Memphis in a trade with         FTM                   4    5 times                   9       3 times
the Houston Rockets that also included Ish Smith on Feb. 24 in exchange for Hasheem Thabeet, DeMarre
Carroll and a future lottery-protected first round pick… Did not miss a single game for the second time in his    3FGM                  5    Twice                     7       12/27/06 at NJ
career… Averaged 5.0 points, 4.0 rebounds, 1.4assists and 0.70 steals on .426 shooting in 23 games with           Rebounds             13    2/5 vs. MEM              14       Twice
the Grizzlies… Posted 8.6 points, 4.8 rebounds and 1.20 blocks on .456 shooting in 59 games (all starts) in
what was his fifth season with the Rockets… Was brilliant in four games against the Grizzlies, averaging 12.3     Assists              7     12/22 at LAC              8       12/18/01 vs. MIL
points, 8.8 rebounds, 3.3 assists, 2.00 blocks and 1.50 steals on .485 shooting (.500 3FG)… Games against
Memphis included a 12-point, four-rebound, five-assist, three-steal performance on Dec. 3; a 17-point, 10-        Steals               4     2/27 at SA                5       7 times
rebound, five-assist, three-block affair on Dec. 17; a season-high five three-pointers on Jan. 21; and finally, a
season-high 13-rebound haul, including a career-high 12 on the defensive end, and a season-high tying four        Blocks                4    4 times                   7       3/3/10 vs. SAC
blocks on Feb. 5… Went perfect from the field (7-of-7 FG, 3-of-3 3FG) in a 17-point effort on Feb. 14 vs.         Minutes              46    2/5 vs. MEM              51       12/15/06 at LAL
Denver… In his first game back in Memphis, totaled two points, two rebounds, three assists and a team-high
three blocks… Scored 10-plus points 32 times (four with Memphis), including a season-high 19 points on Jan. 24 at Minnesota… Grabbed 10-plus rebounds four times (once with Memphis), including a
season-best 13 boards on Feb. 5 vs. Memphis… Posted three double-doubles, including an 11-point, 11-rebound performance in his fifth game back with the Grizzlies on March 6 at Dallas, which was his
first double-double in a Grizzlies uniform since April 9, 2006 at San Antonio… Recorded a season-high four steals on Feb. 27 at San Antonio.

NBA PLAYOFFS: Holds career postseason averages of 8.1 points, 4.4 rebounds and 1.00 steals on .432 shooting in 35.0 minutes in 38 games (34 starts) with Memphis and Houston… Made the
postseason in six consecutive seasons (2003-09), three with the Grizzlies and three with the Rockets.

NBA CAREER: The 10-year veteran owns career averages of 9.6 points, 4.7 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.09 steals on .443 shooting in 32.9 minutes in 767 games (619 starts) with the Memphis Grizzlies
and Houston Rockets… The Grizzlies’ all-time steals leader (523), also ranks in the top 10 in franchise annals in points (4,275, 6th), rebounds (2,000 , 7th), blocks (428, 3rd), three-point field goals made
(403, 3rd), three-point field goal percentage (.380, 8th), free throws made (780, 7th), games played (419, 3rd), and games started (279, 5th)… Named to the NBA All-Defensive Second Team twice (2007-08,
2008-09)… One of two players in NBA history (Dirk Nowitzki) to play over 500 career games while averaging at least one three-pointer and one block per contest… Recipient of the 2006-07 Magic
Johnson Award presented by the Professional Basketball Writer’s Association, which is given annually to the player who combines excellence on the court with outstanding cooperation with the media…
Honored three times as the Southwest Division winner for the NBA Sportsmanship Award (2004-05, 2006-07, 2007-08)



#11 Mike Conley                                                                                                                                                                                            G
                                     HEIGHT 6-1           WEIGHT 185             BIRTHDATE 10/11/87                  COLLEGE OHIO STATE                         YEARS PRO 3
LAST FIVE GAMES
DATE/OPP                  MIN      FG       FGA       FG%        3FG       3FGA       3FG%       FT      FTA           FT%       ORB         DRB           REB         AST      PF      STL         TO     BLK       PTS
5/7 vs. OKC               47        8        15       .533        1          3        .333        1        2          .500         1             4          5           4       2           2       3       1         18
5/9 vs. OKC               38        2        12       .167        1          6        .167       11       12         .917          0             1          1           5       6           2       2       0         16
5/11 @ OKC                32        4        16       .250        1          2        .500        0        0          .000         2             3          5           4       0           0       3       0          9
5/13 vs. OKC              40        3        12       .250        1          4        .250       4         4         1.000         0             4          4          12       1           2       2       0         11
5/15 at OKC               40        7        19       .368        2          3        .667        2        2         1.000         1             4          5           6       2           0       3       0         18

2010-11 SEASON AVERAGES                              GP/S:        81/81      PPG:      13.7       RPG:           3.0      APG:         6.5           FG%:        .444         STLS:         1.78        MINS:       35.5
2011 PLAYOFFS AVERAGES                               GP/S:        13/13      PPG:      15.2       RPG:           3.8      APG:         6.4           FG%:        .388         STLS:         1.08        MINS:       39.0

2011 PLAYOFFS: After improving on his averages in points and assists in every regular season of his career,                                       Season High                                   Career High
posted 15.2 points and 6.4 assists (8th in the NBA) during Memphis’ postseason run… ROUND 2: Averaged 15.9
points, 6.6 assists and 1.29 steals on .382 shooting in 39.6 minutes… Broke his own franchise postseason mark                Points                  28     11/30 vs. LAL              31          3/7/09 vs. PHI
with 12 assists on May 13 vs. Oklahoma City to help the Grizzlies force a Game 7… Became the franchise’s all-
time postseason leader in assists on May 1 at Oklahoma City… Scored a playoff career-high 24 points on May 3 at              FGM                     10     Twice                      14          3/7/09 vs. PHI
Oklahoma City… ROUND 1: Averaged 14.3 points, 4.5 rebounds and 6.2 assists on .395 shooting in 38.3
minutes… Dished out a franchise playoff-record 10 assists, including a set-up to Shane Battier on the go-ahead               FTM                     9      Twice                      10          Twice
three-pointer with 23.9 seconds remaining, to go with 15 points in on April 17 at San Antonio.
                                                                                                                             3FGM                    4      3 times                     5          12/18/09 vs. IND
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2010-11 SEASON: Enjoyed a career year, posting career highs for scoring (13.7 points), assists (6.5, T-16 in the       Rebounds    7      3 times                 10      Twice
                           th
NBA) and steals (1.78, 6 ) in 35.5 minutes, after signing a multi-year contract extension with Memphis on Oct. 31…
Shot .444 from the field… Set the single-season franchise record for total steals (144), surpassing James Posey’s      Assists    14      12/8 at PHO             14      12/8/10 at PHO
old mark (137 in 2003-04) on April 5 vs. LA Clippers… Led the team in assists for the fourth consecutive season
and posted the franchise’s highest assists average since Jason Williams (6.8) in 2003-04… Led the team in              Steals      7      10/30 vs. MIN           7       Twice
assists in 67 games of his 81 games played… Tied his own franchise record with a career-high tying seven steals
on Oct. 30 vs. Minnesota, while the Grizzlies recorded a franchise-record 22 thefts as a team… Posted a 3:0            Blocks      2      3 times                 2       4 times
assist-to-turnover ratio, 11th in the NBA… Scored 10-plus points 62 times and 20-plus points 13 times, including a     Minutes    47      11/5 at PHO             47      11/5/10 at PHO
season-high 28 points in a Nov. 30 win over the Los Angeles Lakers… Dished out 10-plus assists nine times,
including a career-high 14 assists on Dec. 8 at Phoenix… Notched seven double-doubles… Memphis went 7-2 when he reached 10-or-more assists and 6-1 when he posted a double-double… Recorded
back-to-back point-assist double-doubles on Jan. 29-31, a career first… Played a career-high 47 minutes on Nov. 5 at Phoenix.

NBA CAREER: The four-year veteran holds career averages of 11.7 points, 2.9 rebounds and 5.2 assists in 31.5 minutes in 296 games (268 starts) with the Memphis Grizzlies… Has improved his yearly
averages for points, assists and steals in each of his four NBA seasons… Set the Grizzlies single-season franchise record for total steals (144) in 2010-11, surpassing the previous single-season standard
set by James Posey (137 in 2003-04)… Has shot .386 from three-point range (221-of-572 3FG) in 192 games since Lionel Hollins’ hiring on Jan. 25, 2009 after averaging .358 percent from long range
(59-of-165 3FG) in 96 games before Hollins took over… Has missed only one game in the past three years due to injury (three total) and has started in his last 204 games played dating back to Jan. 19,
2009 vs. Detroit… Has 16 career double-doubles… Selected in the first round (fourth overall) by Memphis in the 2007 NBA Draft after helping lead Ohio State to the national championship game in his
freshman season with the Buckeyes.




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#33 Marc Gasol (ga-SOUL)                                                                                                                                                                                               C
                                       HEIGHT 7-1              WEIGHT 265                BIRTHDATE 1/29/85                 FROM BARCELONA, SPAIN YEARS PRO 2
LAST FIVE GAMES
DATE/OPP                     MIN       FG        FGA        FG%         3FG        3FGA        3FG%         FT      FTA          FT%        ORB          DRB        REB        AST        PF         STL      TO       BLK        PTS
5/7 vs. OKC                  39         4         14       .286           0          0         .000         8        12       .667            3            4          7          2         3         1         0         3        16
5/9 vs. OKC                  57        11         20       .550           0          2         .000         4        5        .800           10           11         21          3         3         2         6         1        26
5/11 @ OKC                   31         6          9       .667           0          0         .000         3         6        .500           0            5          5          1         2         3         2         2        15
5/13 vs. OKC                 39        3           8       .375           0          0         .000         2         2       1.000           1            8          9          2         4         2         1         3         8
5/15 at OKC                  37         4         10       .400           0          0         .000         4         4       1.000           2            5          7          1         3         0         2         2        12

2010-11 SEASON AVERAGES                                    GP/S:         81/81       PPG:        11.7       RPG:           7.0       APG:        2.5      FG%:            .527        BLKS:           1.68         MINS:        31.9
2011 PLAYOFFS AVERAGES                                     GP/S:         13/13       PPG:        15.7       RPG:           11.2      APG:        2.2      FG%:            .511        BLKS:           2.15         MINS:        39.9

2011 NBA PLAYOFFS: Enjoyed a breakout postseason, averaging 15.7 points and 11.2 rebounds (2nd in the
NBA)… Ranked seventh in field goal percentage (.511), fourth in blocks (2.15) and 10th in minutes (39.9) by the                                         Season High                         Career High
end of Memphis’ run… Became the franchise’s all-time leading postseason rebounder by total (146) and by
average… ROUND 2: Posted 15.7 points, 10.3 rebounds, 2.3 assists, 2.71 blocks and 1.57 steals on .494                              Points               26       11/5 at PHO                   30        3/7/09 vs. PHI
shooting in 39.4 minutes… Recorded postseason career highs with 26 points and a franchise playoff record-
                                                                                                                                   FGM                  12       11/5 at PHO                   13        11/29/09 at LAC
tying 21 rebounds in 57 minutes in triple-overtime in Game 4 on May 9 vs. Oklahoma City… Notched his first
20-10 game of the playoffs and second this season with 20 points and 13 rebounds on May 1 at Oklahoma                              3FGM                  1       3 times                       1         3 times
City… Set a franchise record with 10 offensive rebounds in Game 4… Recorded a playoff franchise-record five
blocks on May 3 at Oklahoma City… ROUND 1: Averaged 14.2 points, 12.3 rebounds and 1.50 blocks on .533                             FTM                  10       1/22 at MIL                   11        Twice
shooting in 40.3 minutes… Scored 24 points on 9-of-10 shooting to go with nine rebounds and two blocks in
dominating playoff debut on April 17 at San Antonio… For an encore, set a Grizzlies playoff record with 17                         Rebounds             16       1/22 at MIL                   16        5 times
rebounds on April 20 at San Antonio, which he matched on April 27.
                                                                                                                                   Assists               7       Twice                         10        3/4/09 at LAC
TRENDS: Has blocked a shot in 31 consecutive games, including the playoffs.                                                        Steals                4       Twice                         4         3 times
2010-11 SEASON: For the third consecutive season, led the team in blocks (career-high 1.68, 13th in the NBA)       Blocks              5      1/29 vs. WAS             5      3 times
and field goal percentage (.527, T-14th) while averaging 11.7 points, 7.0 rebounds and a career-best 2.5 assists
in 31.9 minutes in 81 games (all starts)… One of two NBA players (Amar’e Stoudemire) to collect at least 200       Minutes            47      11/5 at PHO             51      2/19/10 vs. MIA
assists, 125 blocks and 70 steals… Scored 10-plus points 61 times and 20-plus points four times, including a season-high 26 points on Nov. 5 at Phoenix… Grabbed 10-plus rebounds 17 times, including
a career-high tying 16 rebounds on Jan. 22 at Milwaukee… Added 24 points while making a season-high 10 free throws on Jan. 22 at Milwaukee… Battling a left ankle sprain that forced him to miss the
Oct. 27 season opener vs. Atlanta, posted 10 points and 15 rebounds, sinking the go-ahead free throw in a 91-90 victory on Oct. 29 at Dallas… Was cleared to play an hour before the game…Posted 14
double-doubles… Memphis went undefeated (7-0) when he blocked four-or-more shots…Tied a career high with five rejections on Jan. 29 vs. Washington… Blocked a shot in each of the final 18 games
of the regular season, a career-high streak, from March 7-April 13… Swiped a career-high tying four steals on April 2 vs. Minnesota and matched that number the following game on April 5 vs. LA
Clippers… Made his first career three-pointer on Jan. 1 at Utah and converted three of his seven long-range attempts (.429)… His 81 starts were a career high… Played a career-high 47 minutes in
double-overtime on Nov. 5 at Phoenix.

NBA CAREER: The three-year pro holds career averages of 12.6 points, 7.8 rebounds and 2.2 assists in 32.7 minutes in 232 games (225 starts) with the Memphis Grizzlies… Selected in the second
round (48th overall) of the 2007 NBA Draft by the Los Angeles Lakers, acquired by the Grizzlies from the Lakers on Feb. 1, 2008 as part of a blockbuster deal for older brother Pau Gasol… Finished tied
for second in the voting with Oklahoma City’s Kevin Durant and San Antonio’s George Hill for the 2009-10 NBA Most Improved Player Award… Is the all-time franchise leader in field goal percentage
(.545) and set the single-season franchise record (.581) in 2009-10.



#22 Rudy Gay                                                                                                                                                                                                            F
                                        HEIGHT 6-8             WEIGHT 240                BIRTHDATE 8/17/86                  COLLEGE CONNECTICUT                           YEARS PRO 4
LAST FIVE GAMES
DATE/OPP                     MIN       FG        FGA        FG%         3FG        3FGA        3FG%         FT      FTA          FT%        ORB          DRB        REB        AST        PF         STL      TO       BLK        PTS
5/7 vs. OKC                  Inactive (Left shoulder subluxation)
5/9 vs. OKC                  Inactive (Left shoulder subluxation)
5/11 @ OKC                   Inactive (Left shoulder subluxation)
5/13 vs. OKC                 Inactive (Left shoulder subluxation)
5/15 at OKC                  Inactive (Left shoulder subluxation)


2010-11 SEASON AVERAGES                              GP/S:          54/54        PPG: 19.8             RPG:          6.2         APG:      2.8         FG%:         .471         STLS:              1.69       MINS:            39.9

2011 NBA PLAYOFFS: Missed the postseason due to a left shoulder subluxation… Inactive all 13 games.
                                                                                                                                                             Season High                    Career High
2010-11 SEASON: After re-signing with the Grizzlies to a multi-year contract in the offseason, used his experience with
the gold-medal winning Team USA to mature into one of the league’s best two-way forwards, as well as an elite clutch           Points              35      11/3 at GS                  41        12/13/09 at MIA
shooter, before suffering a season-ending shoulder injury… Prior to the injury, a left shoulder subluxation suffered on
Feb. 15 vs. Philadelphia, ranked second on the team in scoring (19.8 points) and was posting career highs in seven             FGM                 14      11/3 at GS                  15        12/13/09 at MIA
major statistical categories, including assists (2.8), steals (1.69), blocks (1.07), field goal percentage (.471), three-point
                                                                                                          nd
field goal percentage (team-high .396), free throw percentage (.805) and minutes (team-high 39.9, 2 in the NBA) in 54          FTM                 9       4 times                     11        11/7/09 at LAC
games (all starts)… Opened the 2010-11 campaign with eight consecutive 20-point performances, breaking Pau
Gasol’s franchise record of five-straight 20-point games (2002-03) to start a season… Also set a Memphis-era franchise         3FGM                4       11/3 at GS                   5        4/8/08 vs. PHO
record with a career-high nine-straight games with 20-plus points, dating back to the 2009-10 season finale on April 14,
2010 at Oklahoma City… Hit his third career buzzer-beater on Nov. 20 vs. Miami, a pull-up jumper over LeBron James,
                                                                                                                               Rebounds            11      Twice                       13        Twice
to give Memphis a 97-95 victory… Made a game-winning jumper with 0.8 seconds remaining on Jan. 24 at Toronto…                                              2/2 at MIN
                                                                                                                               Assists             7                                    7        2/2/11 at MIN
Sent another game into overtime, an eventual 104-98 Grizzlies victory, on Dec. 8 at Phoenix with a three-pointer as
regulation time expired… Scored 10-plus points 51 times, 20-plus points 29 times and 30-plus points four times,                Steals              5       Twice                        5        4 times
including a season-high 35 points on Nov. 3 at Golden State… Grabbed 10-plus rebounds four times, including a
season-high 11 boards on Feb. 4 vs. Cleveland and Feb. 5 at Houston… Posted four double-doubles… Set a career                  Blocks              6       11/30 vs. LAL                6        11/30/10 vs. LAL
high with seven assists on Feb. 2 at Minnesota… Blocked a career-high six shots on Nov. 30 vs. LA Lakers, sealing a
Memphis victory with a swat on Ron Artest in the final play of the game… Recorded four-or-more steals in four                  Minutes             52      11/5 at PHO                 52        Twice
consecutive games from Dec. 17-27, tying Eric Murdock (March 5-11, 1996) for the longest streak in franchise
history… Swiped a career-high tying five steals on Dec. 26 at Indiana and matched that number the following night on Dec. 27 vs. Toronto… Tied a franchise record for steals in a quarter with four thefts in the first on Dec.
26 at Indiana… Posted 25 points, six rebounds and five assists on Oct. 30 vs. Minnesota, his first career 25-point, five-rebound, five-assist game… Played a career-high 52 minutes in a double-overtime loss on Nov. 5 at
Phoenix… Missed 26 games this season, 25 due to injury or illness… Missed one game on Dec. 18 at San Antonio due to a league suspension, resulting from a flagrant foul-penalty 2 against Luis Scola on Dec. 17 at
Houston… Missed one game on Jan. 1 at Utah due to a stomach virus… Inactive one game on Feb. 8 at Oklahoma City due to a sprained toe on his right foot… Inactive 23 games from Feb. 22-April 14 due to a left
shoulder subluxation suffered on Feb. 15 vs. Philadelphia… Underwent season-ending surgery on March 25 to repair his left shoulder injury.

NBA CAREER: The five-year NBA veteran holds career averages of 17.8 points, 5.6 rebounds and 1.9 assists in 36.0 minutes in 372 games (336 starts) with the Memphis Grizzlies… In the past four seasons, one of three
NBA players (LeBron James, Dwyane Wade) with at least 5,000 points, 400 steals and 200 blocks… Ranks in the Top 10 in franchise history in points (6,607, 3rd), rebounds (2,092, 6th), scoring average (17.8, 4th), field
goals made (2,527, 3rd), field goals attempted (5,534, 3rd), three-point field goals made (394, 4th), three-point field goals attempted (1,118, 3rd), steals (489, 2nd), games started (336, 4th) and games played (372, 6th)… Won a
gold medal as a member of Team USA at the 2010 FIBA World Championship… Has 33 career double-doubles.




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#15 Hamed Haddadi (ha-MED ha-DAHD-dee)                                                                                                                                                    C
                                   HEIGHT 7-2         WEIGHT 265        BIRTHDATE 5/19/85              FROM AHVAZ, IRAN YEARS PRO 2
LAST FIVE GAMES
DATE/OPP              MIN     FG      FGA     FG%        3FG    3FGA     3FG%      FT     FTA         FT%        ORB          DRB         REB      AST       PF          STL       TO     BLK    PTS
5/7 vs. OKC            6       0       1      .000       0        0      .000      5       6          .833        2               0         2          0     1           0         0       1      5
5/9 vs. OKC            3       0       2      .000       0        1      .000      0       0          .000        0               2         2          0     1           0         0       2      0
5/11 @ OKC             7       2       4      .500       0        0      .000      0       0          .000        0               1         1          0     2           0         1       2      4
5/13 vs. OKC           2       0       1      .000       0        0      .000      0       0          .000        0               0         0          0     0           0         0       0      0
5/15 at OKC            3       1       1      1.000      0        0      .000      0       0          .000        1               1         2          0     0           0         0       0      2

2010-11 SEASON AVERAGES                     GP/S:       31/0    PPG:      2.4     RPG:         2.2      APG:           0.2        FG%:          .517       BLKS:          0.42          MINS:    5.5
2011 PLAYOFFS AVERAGES                      GP/S:       9/0     PPG:      1.2     RPG:         0.9      APG:           0.0        FG%:          .300       BLKS:          0.56          MINS:    3.4

2011 PLAYOFFS: Became first Iranian to play in the NBA Playoffs, making his postseason                                       Season High                            Career High
debut on April 17 at San Antonio… Blocked 0.56 shots in 3.4 minutes per game, including 1.00
blocks in 4.2 minutes in the Western Conference Semifinals… Scored his first career points in           Points               10       3 times                       11       4/12/10 at DEN
the postseason on May 7 vs. OKC, going 5-of-6 at the free throw line… DNP (Coach’s                                                    Twice
                                                                                                        FGM                   5                                     5        3 times
Decision) four times.
                                                                                                        FTM                   5       4/10 vs. NO        Twice      5
2010-11 SEASON: Averaged 2.4 points, 2.2 rebounds and 0.42 blocks in 5.4 minutes in 31                                    2/26 vs. SAC                   2/26/11 vs. SAC
                                                                                                  Rebounds         10                             10
games in his third NBA season… Ranked third in the NBA in rebounds per 48 minutes (19.4)
and 10th in the league in blocks per 48 minutes (3.70) among all players with a minimum of 20     Assists           2     10/27 vs. ATL            2     4 times
games played… Shot a career-high .517 from the field… Became a part of the regular rotation
                                                                                                  Steals            1     1/12 at DET              1     3 times
after the trade of Hasheem Thabeet to Houston, posting 4.0 points, 2.8 rebounds and 0.47
blocks in 7.2 minutes in 17 games following the trade on Feb. 24, 2011… Averaged 9.3              Blocks            2     3 times                  3     3/6/10 vs. SA
points, 6.7 rebounds and 1.00 blocks on .563 shooting in 17.3 minutes in the final three games
                                                                                                  Minutes          21     2/26 vs. SAC            21     2/26/11 vs. SAC
of the season… Posted his first career double-double with 10 points and a career-high 10
rebounds in a career-high 21 minutes on Feb. 26 vs. Sacramento, the Grizzlies’ first game after swapping Thabeet and DeMarre Carroll for Shane Battier and Ish Smith…
Tied his career high with 10 boards on April 12 at Portland… Scored 10-plus points three times, including a season-high 10 points on Feb. 26 vs. Sacramento, March 21 vs.
Utah and April 13 at LA Clippers… Grabbed 24.2 percent of all available rebounds while on the court, a total rebounding percentage that only four other players in NBA history
have recorded – Dennis Rodman (six times), Ervin Johnson (1993-94), Danny Fortson (1999-00) and Reggie Evans (2010-11)… DNP (Coach’s Decision) 25 times…
Inactive 26 times.

NBA CAREER: The three-year pro holds career averages of 2.2 points, 2.2 rebounds and 0.3 assists in 6.1 minutes in 86 games with the Memphis Grizzlies… The first
Iranian to ever play in the NBA, signed with Memphis as a free agent on Aug. 28, 2008



#13 Xavier Henry (ZAH-vee-A)                                                                                                                                                           G/F
                               HEIGHT 6-6          WEIGHT 220         BIRTHDATE 3/15/91          COLLEGE KANSAS YEARS PRO ROOKIE
LAST FIVE GAMES
DATE/OPP              MIN     FG      FGA     FG%        3FG    3FGA     3FG%      FT     FTA         FT%        ORB          DRB         REB      AST       PF          STL       TO     BLK    PTS
5/7 vs. OKC           Inactive (Right knee soreness)
5/9 vs. OKC           Inactive (Right knee soreness)
5/11 @ OKC            Inactive (Right knee soreness)
5/13 vs. OKC          Inactive (Right knee soreness)
5/15 at OKC           Inactive (Right knee soreness)


2010-11 SEASON AVERAGES                    GP/S:      38/16    PPG: 4.3         RPG:      1.0         APG:       0.5     FG%:             .406         STLS:         0.29          MINS:        13.9

2011 NBA PLAYOFFS: Inactive all 13 playoff games due to right knee soreness.                                           Season High                           Career High
2010-11 SEASON: Averaged 4.3 points, 1.0 rebounds and 0.5 assists on .406 shooting in                Points             17        12/5 at DEN                  17        12/5/10 at DEN
13.9 minutes in 38 games (16 starts) before a sore right knee cut short his rookie season…
                                                                                                     FGM                8         12/5 at DEN                  8         12/5/10 at DEN
Posted 6.3 points on .442 shooting in 20.6 minutes as a starter… Scored 10-plus points
five times, including a career-high 17 points on Dec. 5 at Denver… Made his first career             FTM                6         11/8 vs. PHO                 6         11/8/10 vs. PHO
start on Nov. 20 vs. Miami, totaling six points and a career-high tying three assists in the
win… Tallied six points and two rebounds in 14 minutes in his NBA debut on Oct. 27 vs.               3FGM               1         Twice                        1         Twice
Atlanta… DNP (Coach’s Decision) nine times… Missed 34 games due to injury… Missed                    Rebounds           3         3 times                      3         3 times
one game on Oct. 30 vs. Minnesota due to a neck sprain… Missed nine games on Jan. 1
and Jan. 4-19 due to a sore right knee… Inactive 24 games from Feb. 23-April 13 due to               Assists            3         Twice                        3         Twice
right knee soreness… Left inactive on Jan. 21 vs. Houston.
                                                                                                     Steals             2         Twice                        2         Twice
                                                                                                     Blocks             1         3 times                      1         3 times
                                                                                                     Minutes            33        12/8 at PHO                  33        12/8/10 at PHO




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#32 O.J. Mayo                                                                                                                                                                                     G
                                           HEIGHT 6-4           WEIGHT 210            BIRTHDATE 11/5/87              COLLEGE USC YEARS PRO 2
LAST FIVE GAMES
DATE/OPP                 MIN      FG       FGA       FG%        3FG      3FGA       3FG%       FT     FTA         FT%        ORB        DRB         REB      AST        PF        STL      TO     BLK     PTS
5/7 vs. OKC              42        6        18      .333         2         6        .333        4       4         1.000      2              4       6            4      3          2       0       2      18
5/9 vs. OKC              37        7        14      .500         4         6        .667        0       0          .000      2              3       5            5      6          0       0       1      18
5/11 @ OKC               27        2         9      .222         1         5        .200        0       0          .000      1              1       2            4      1          0       0       0       5
5/13 vs. OKC             39        6        12      .500         2         4        .500        2       2         1.000      1              3       4            2      3          4       2       0      16
5/15 at OKC              32        5        12      .417         1         5        .200        3       5          .600      1              4       5            2      4          0       1       1      14

2010-11 SEASON AVERAGES                           GP/S:       71/17       PPG:      11.3      RPG:          2.4       APG:        2.0        FG%:         .407        3FG%:         .364        MINS:     26.3
2011 PLAYOFFS AVERAGES                            GP/S:        13/2       PPG:      11.3      RPG:          3.2       APG:        2.4        FG%:         .388        3FG%:         .408        MINS:     27.8

2011 NBA PLAYOFFS: Led the team in three-point field goals (all-time franchise playoff-record 20)                                   Season High                               Career High
and three-point field goal percentage (.408)… ROUND 2: Averaged 13.3 points and 4.1 rebounds on
.400 shooting in 32.7 minutes… Earned his first career postseason start on May 13 vs. Oklahoma                     Points               29      10/30 vs. MIN                 40        11/1/09 at DEN
City, scoring 16 points and tying a franchise playoff record with four steals as the Grizzlies forced a
                                                                                                                   FGM                  11      Twice                         17        11/1/09 at DEN
Game 7… Scored a playoff career-high 18 points in Game 3 on May 7 vs. Oklahoma City and
matched that number in Game 4 on May 9… ROUND 1: Averaged 9.0 points and 2.0 rebounds on                           FTM                  8       11/5 at PHO                   10        3 times
.367 shooting on 22.3 minutes… Scored 13 points in his playoff debut in Game 1 on April 17 at San
Antonio.                                                                                                           3FGM                 5       Twice                         6         11/5/08 at SAC
                                                                                                                   Rebounds             7       Twice               2/9/09 vs. NO
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2010-11 SEASON: Added a scoring punch off the bench in his third season with the Grizzlies,
averaging 11.3 points, 2.4 rebounds and 2.0 assists on .407 shooting in 26.3 minutes in 71 games            Assists             7     3/6 at DAL              10    3/30/09 at GS
(17 starts)… Led the team in three-pointers made (96) for the third consecutive season… Memphis
posted a 32-22 record when using Mayo off the bench, as he directly contributed to the reserves             Steals              4     2/26 vs. SAC             4    3 times
averaging 27.4 points one season after averaging 20.0 points… Came off the bench for the first time
in his career on Nov. 20 vs. Miami, ending his consecutive start streak of 177 consecutive games,           Blocks              2     11/30 vs. LAL            2    4 times
which was the NBA’s third-longest active streak behind Derek Fisher and Luis Scola… Scored 10-              Minutes            51     11/5 at PHO             52    12/27/08 at SA
plus points 43 times and 20-plus points nine times, including a season-high 29 points on Oct. 30 vs.
Minnesota… Scored 24 points off the bench on Dec. 15 vs. Charlotte, tied for the most by a Grizzlies reserve this season (Darrell Arthur, 24 on Feb. 13 vs. Denver)… Forced the Spurs
into overtime with a game-tying three-pointer with 21.6 seconds remaining in regulation on Dec. 18 at San Antonio… Stole the inbounds pass from Jason Kidd with 0.9 seconds remaining
to preserve the Grizzlies’ victory over Dallas on Oct. 29… After playing 198-straight games to start his career, missed his first NBA game on Jan. 4 vs. Oklahoma City due to bronchitis…
Missed 10 games from Jan. 28-Feb. 13 due to a league suspension.

NBA CAREER: The three-year pro owns career averages of 16.0 points, 3.4 rebounds and 2.8 assists in 34.5 minutes in 235 games (181 starts) with the Memphis Grizzlies… Runner-up
to the Chicago Bulls’ Derrick Rose for the 2008-09 NBA Rookie of the Year Award after leading all first-year players in scoring (18.5 points) and minutes (38.0)… Along with Rudy Gay,
named to the Team 2010-12 USA Men’s National Team Program, the 2009 USA Basketball National Team Mini-Camp in Las Vegas and the 2008 USA Basketball Men’s Select Team.



#7 Leon Powe (POE)                                                                                                                                                                             F/C
                                       HEIGHT 6-8          WEIGHT 240           BIRTHDATE 1/22/84                 COLLEGE CALIFORNIA YEARS PRO 4
LAST FIVE GAMES
DATE/OPP                 MIN      FG       FGA       FG%        3FG      3FGA       3FG%       FT     FTA         FT%        ORB        DRB         REB      AST        PF        STL      TO     BLK     PTS
5/7 vs. OKC              DNP (Coach’s Decision)
5/9 vs. OKC              DNP (Coach’s Decision)
5/11 @ OKC                6    0      0     .000                 0         0        .000        3       4         .750        1             1       2            0      0          0       0       0       3
5/13 vs. OKC             DNP (Coach’s Decision)
5/15 at OKC               3    1      3     .333                 0         0        .000        0       0         .000       0              1       1            0      0          0       0       0       2

2010-11 SEASON AVERAGES (TOT)                        GP/S:        30/3     PPG: 5.3         RPG:         2.1       APG:      0.2        FG%:         .509            STLS:         0.34        MINS:      10.9
2010-11 SEASON AVERAGES (MEM)                        GP/S:        16/0     PPG: 5.5         RPG:         1.6       APG:      0.3        FG%:         .500            STLS:         0.19        MINS:      8.8
2011 PLAYOFFS AVERAGES                               GP/S:        4/0      PPG: 1.8         RPG:         1.0       APG:      0.0        FG%:         .250            STLS:         0.00        MINS:      3.5

2011 PLAYOFFS: Made his Grizzlies postseason debut in Game 2 on April 20 at San Antonio… DNP                                        Season High                               Career High
(Coach’s Decision) nine times.
                                                                                                                   Points               14      1/1 at CHI                    30        3/13/09 vs. MEM
2010-11 SEASON: Split his fifth NBA season between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Memphis Grizzlies,
averaging 5.3 points and 2.1 rebounds on .496 shooting in 10.9 minutes in 30 games (three starts)… Was             FGM                  6       1/1 at CHI                    10        3/13/09 vs. MEM
highly-productive with the Grizzlies after signing as a free agent on March 5, averaging 5.5 points and 1.6
rebounds on .500 shooting in just 8.8 minutes in 16 games… Averaged 5.0 points and 2.7 rebounds on .492            FTM                  9       3/25 at CHI                   12        4/5/08 at CHA
shooting in 13.4 minutes in 14 games (three starts) with Cleveland before being waived on Feb. 24… Scored
10-plus points five times, including a season-high 14 points on Jan. 1 at Chicago in his first start of the        Rebounds             6       Twice                         13        3 times
season… Helped the Grizzlies to a key victory on March 23 at Boston, scoring 13 points in 17 minutes off the       Assists              2       4/13 at LAC                   3         3 times
bench against his former team… DNP (Coach’s Decision) 22 times (three times with Memphis)… Missed 23
games due to injury… Inactive three games from Dec. 17-20 with a right long finger abrasion… Underwent             Steals               2       3 times                       4         2/1/09 vs. MIN
surgery on Jan. 7 to repair a torn right meniscus and was inactive for 20 games from Jan. 7-Feb. 11 and Feb.
16 due to the injury.                                                                                              Blocks               1       4 times                       5         3/13/09 vs. MEM
NBA PLAYOFFS: A member of the 2008 NBA Champion Boston Celtics, holds career postseason averages                   Minutes              33      1/1 at CHI                    43   3/11/09 at MIA
of 4.7 points and 2.6 rebounds on .476 shooting in 10.8 minutes in 28 games (one start) with the Celtics and
Cavaliers… Will be returning to the NBA Playoffs for the fourth consecutive season with a third different team… Scored a postseason career-high 21 points (6-of-7 FG) in 15 minutes off the bench in
Game 2 of the NBA Finals, helping the Celtics take a 2-0 series lead over the Los Angeles Lakers… Six of his 21 points came at the end of the third quarter to close out a 15-2 run and give Boston a 22-
point lead.

NBA CAREER: The five-year veteran owns career averages of 6.2 points and 3.8 rebounds on .515 shooting in 13.9 minutes in 239 games (19 starts) with the Boston Celtics, Cleveland Cavaliers and
Memphis Grizzlies… Won an NBA Championship as a member of the 2007-08 Celtics… Has 11 career double-doubles.




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#50 Zach Randolph                                                                                                                                                                F
                              HEIGHT 6-9        WEIGHT 255         BIRTHDATE 7/16/81            COLLEGE MICHIGAN STATE YEARS PRO 9
LAST FIVE GAMES
DATE/OPP              MIN     FG      FGA     FG%       3FG     3FGA     3FG%       FT    FTA       FT%        ORB          DRB     REB       AST      PF      STL        TO     BLK    PTS
5/7 vs. OKC           44       8      22      .364       0        1       .000      5       8       .625         8           13      21          2     3          0       3       1      21
5/9 vs. OKC           56       9      25      .360       0        0       .000     16      17       .941         8            8      16          3     3          1       5       1      34
5/11 @ OKC            36       3       9      .333       0        0       .000      3       7       .429         1            6       7          0     5          1       1       0       9
5/13 vs. OKC          40      12      22      .545       0        1       .000     6       8        .750         1           12      13          0     3          0       2       2      30
5/15 at OKC           38       6      15      .400       0        0       .000      5       6       .833         6            4      10          1     3          1       1       1      17

2010-11 SEASON AVERAGES                     GP/S:      75/74     PPG:     20.1    RPG:       12.2     APG:           2.2     FG%:         .504       STLS:         0.84        MINS:    36.3
2011 PLAYOFFS AVERAGES                      GP/S:      13/13     PPG:     22.2    RPG:       10.8     APG:           2.4     FG%:         .446       STLS:         1.08        MINS:    39.6

2011 PLAYOFFS: All-NBA Third Team selection led the team in scoring (playoff franchise-                                    Season High                       Career High
record 22.2 points (10th in the NBA) during the postseason and ranked fourth in the NBA in
rebounds (10.9)… Led all NBA postseason participants with four 30-10 games by the end of             Points                 35      12/29 at SAC              43      3/29/07 vs. MEM
the Grizzlies’ run… ROUND 2: Averaging 22.9 points and 12.3 rebounds on .406 shooting in             FGM                    15      Twice                     17      1/19/07 at PHO
41.7 minutes… Established a franchise playoff record and personal postseason best with 34
points on May 1 at Oklahoma City one game after previously setting the record with 31 points         FTM                    14      1/12 at DET               15      11/10/06 vs. NOK
in Game 6 win on April 29 vs. San Antonio… Matched his record with 34 points in triple-              Rebounds               21      12/18 at SA               25      2/27/10 at NO
overtime in Game 4 on May 9 vs. Oklahoma City… Set franchise playoff records for free
throws made (16) and attempted (17) in Game 4…Made 55 free throws during the Semifinals,             Off. Reb.              10      Twice                     11      Twice
a franchise record for a series… Set the franchise playoff record for rebounds with a 21-point,      Def. Reb.              15      Twice                     16      Twice
21-rebound effort on May 7 vs. Oklahoma City, the first 20-20 game of his postseason career
and in franchise playoff history… ROUND 1: Averaged 21.5 points, 9.2 rebounds and 3.3                Assists                7       Twice                     8       12/16/05 vs. SEA
assists on .500 shooting in 37.3 minutes… Poured in 17 points in the fourth quarter in the           Steals                 4       3 times                   5       2/10/03 vs. UTA
series-clinching Game 6 victory… Collected 26 points and 11 rebounds to go with a playoff
career high six assists in Game 5 on April 27 at San Antonio… Tallied game highs with 25             Blocks                 3       2/5 at HOU                5       11/23/04 at MIA
points and 14 rebounds in his Grizzlies playoff debut in Game 1 on April 17 at San Antonio…
All 14 of his rebounds came on the defensive end, a Grizzlies playoff record (tied with Marc         Minutes                47      2/8 at OKC                50      Twice
Gasol’s 14 in Game 2)… Hit the deciding three-pointer, the first of his postseason career,
with 41.9 seconds remaining in Game 3 on April 23 vs. San Antonio.

TRENDS: Averaging 25.0 points, 12.3 rebounds and 2.3 assists on .447 shooting in 42.1 minutes in last eight games… Has made 50 free throws in the Western Conference
Semifinals, a franchise record for a single series… Shooting .820 from the foul line during the postseason.

2010-11 SEASON: Continued building on his 2009-10 career year by becoming the first player in Grizzlies history to be named to the All-NBA Team (Third Team), averaging
20.1 points (19th in the NBA), a career-high and franchise-record 12.2 rebounds (3rd) and a career-high tying 2.2 assists in guiding the Grizzlies back to the Playoffs for their
first time since the 2005-06 season… Shot .503 from the field, his highest percentage since becoming a full-time starter in 2003-04, and averaged 36.3 minutes (T-22nd) in 75
games (74 starts)… Earned numerous accolades on and off the court… Was named the Western Conference Player of the Month for January, his first career monthly honor
and the first in franchise history, after averaging 22.4 points and 14.2 rebounds in leading Memphis to an 11-6 record, the Grizzlies’ most wins in a calendar month since
January 2005 (12-3)… Earned three Western Conference Player of the Week Awards for games played from Jan. 3-9, Jan. 24-30 and March 28-April 3… Only Russell
Westbrook (four) won more Western Conference Player of the Week Awards… Won the NBA Cares Community Assist Award for December… Averaged at least 20 points
and 10 rebounds for the third consecutive season and was the only NBA player to accomplish the feat in each of the last two seasons… Posted a double-double average for
the fifth consecutive season (sixth time in his 10-year career), trailing only Dwight Howard (seven-in-a-row) for the longest active streak… Was one of three NBA players
(Kevin Love, Dwight Howard) with multiple 20-point, 20-rebound games this season… Led the NBA in offensive rebound percentage, grabbing 14.2 percent of all available
offensive rebounds while on the floor… Became the eighth player in NBA history to average at least 20 points per game while grabbing at least 20.0 percent of total available
rebounds in a single season, joining Shaquille O’Neal, Moses Malone, Charles Barkley, Kevin Garnett, Dwight Howard and Kevin Love… Set a franchise record and
career high with 14 consecutive double-doubles from Jan. 4-29, eclipsing the previous record (nine) that he set last season and shared with Shareef Abdur-Rahim…
Memphis went undefeated (10-0) when he scored in double figures in the fourth quarter… Shot .587 from the field in the final 17 games played of the season… Averaged 4.0
assists in the final 11 games, setting a new career high with multiple dimes in 11-straight games from March 19-April 10… Scored 10-plus points 72 times, 20-plus points 41
times and 30-plus points six times, including a season-high 35 points on Dec. 29 at Sacramento… Grabbed 10-plus rebounds 54 times and 20-plus rebounds five times,
including a season-best 21 boards on Dec. 18 at San Antonio… Tallied 53 double-doubles, fourth-most in the NBA… Recorded his 300th career double-double on March 19
vs. Indiana… Recorded 35 20-point, 10-rebound games, six 30-point, 10-rebound games and five 20-point, 20-rebound performances… Came off the bench for the first time
in his Grizzlies career on Nov. 20 vs. Miami, totaling 21 points and 13 rebounds, scoring 13 points in the fourth quarter to help Memphis beat the Heat… Drained a game-
winning, fall-away jumper with 0.3 seconds remaining on March 6 at Dallas, giving the Grizzlies a 104-103 victory and their first-ever season series win over the Mavericks (3-
1)… Collected 25 points and 20 rebounds on Dec. 13 vs. Portland for his franchise-record fourth game with at least 20 points and 20 rebounds in just his 102nd game played in
a Grizzlies uniform… Recorded at least 20 points and 10 boards in five consecutive road games, setting a new franchise record and career high… Grabbed multiple offensive
rebounds in a franchise-record 32 consecutive games from Dec. 29-March 6… Swiped a season-high four steals on March 1 vs. San Antonio and matched that number on
March 6 at Dallas… DNP (Coach’s Decision) in the final two regular season games from April 12-13 in order to get healthy for the NBA Playoffs… Missed five games due to
injury… Missed one game on Feb. 11 vs. Milwaukee due to a right ankle sprain… Missed four games from Oct. 29-Nov. 3 due to a lower back contusion, originally suffered in
the regular season opener on Oct. 27 vs. Atlanta.

NBA PLAYOFFS: Owns career postseason averages of 12.1 points and 7.6 rebounds in 25.8 minutes in eight games (four starts) with the Portland Trail Blazers… Burst onto
the NBA scene in the first round of the 2003 playoffs, posting 13.9 points and 8.7 rebounds in a seven-game series against the Dallas Mavericks… After Portland fell behind
0-3 in the series, Randolph was inserted into the starting lineup and averaged 20.5 points and 11.0 rebounds in the final four games, helping the Trail Blazers become just the
third team in NBA history to force a Game 7 after falling behind 0-3 in a playoff series… Recorded postseason career highs for points (25) and rebounds (15) on April 27, 2003
in Game 4 vs. Dallas.

NBA CAREER: The 10-year NBA veteran has averaged 17.6 points, 9.2 rebounds and 1.7 assists in 31.7 minutes per game in 662 career games (534 starts) with the
Portland Trail Blazers, New York Knicks, Los Angeles Clippers and Memphis Grizzlies… First-time NBA All-Star in 2010 with Memphis… Winner of the NBA’s 2003-04 NBA
Most Improved Player Award… Ranks fifth in the NBA in double-doubles since the 2003-04 season (301) behind Dwight Howard, Tim Duncan, Kevin Garnett and Steve
Nash… Owns 305 career double-doubles… In eight seasons as a full-time starter (2003-11), has posted 20.0 points and 10.4 rebounds in 35.7 minutes per game in 544
games (523 starts)… Is the only player with a 20-10 average over that span (min. 100 games played)… One of seven players, including Tim Duncan, Kevin Garnett, Dirk
Nowitzki, Dwight Howard, Pau Gasol and Chris Bosh with over 10,000 points and 5,000 rebounds since the start of the 2003-04 season… Has averaged at least 20 points
and 10 rebounds in five of his 10 NBA seasons, including the last three-straight… Has averaged a double-double in each of the last five seasons, the longest active streak
behind only Dwight Howard… Ranks 22nd among active players in rebounds (6,063).




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#5 Ish Smith                                                                                                                                                                   G
                           HEIGHT 6-0       WEIGHT 175         BIRTHDATE 7/5/88         COLLEGE WAKE FOREST YEARS PRO ROOKIE
LAST FIVE GAMES
DATE/OPP             MIN     FG      FGA     FG%       3FG    3FGA     3FG%      FT    FTA         FT%       ORB     DRB      REB          AST      PF     STL         TO      BLK    PTS
5/7 vs. OKC          DNP (Coach’s Decision)
5/9 vs. OKC           1    0      0     .000            0       0      .000      0       0         .000      0           0      0          0        0          0       1       0       0
5/11 @ OKC            4    0      1     .000            0       0      .000      0       0         .000      0           1      1          1        0          1       0       0       0
5/13 vs. OKC         DNP (Coach’s Decision)
5/15 at OKC           1    0      0     .000            0       0      .000      0       0         .000      0           0      0          0        0          0       0       0       0

2010-11 SEASON AVERAGES (TOT)              GP/S:      43/3     PPG:     2.2     RPG:         1.1     APG:     1.8     FG%:          .357         STLS:        0.40         MINS:      9.9
2010-11 SEASON AVERAGES (MEM)              GP/S:      15/0     PPG:     1.8     RPG:         0.3     APG:     1.0     FG%:          .344         STLS:        0.33         MINS:      7.5
2011 PLAYOFFS AVERAGES                     GP/S:      5/0      PPG:     0.8     RPG:         0.4     APG:     0.4     FG%:          .667         STLS:        0.20         MINS:      2.0

2011 PLAYOFFS: Made his playoff debut in Game 1 on April 17 at San Antonio… Scored                                  Season High                          Career High
four points, the first of his postseason career, in Game 4 on April 25 vs. San Antonio… DNP
(Coach’s Decision) eight games.                                                                     Points           12       Twice                       12         Twice
                                                                                                    FGM               5       Twice                     Twice
                                                                                                                                                          5
2010-11 SEASON: Split his rookie season between the Memphis Grizzlies and Houston
                                                                    th                           FTM                2       3 times               2     3 times
Rockets, averaging 2.3 points, 1.1 rebounds and 1.8 assists (11 among rookies) on .374
shooting in 10.3 minutes in 43 games (three starts)… Posted 1.8 points and 1.0 assists in 7.5    3FGM               2       11/10 at WAS          2     11/10/10 at WAS
minutes in 15 games with Memphis after being acquired at the trade deadline along with           Rebounds           5       11/10 at WAS          5     11/10/10 at WAS
Shane Battier from Houston in exchange for Hasheem Thabeet, DeMarre Carroll and a
                                                                                                 Assists            7       11/6 at SA            7     11/6/10 at SA
future, lottery-protected first round draft pick on Feb. 24… Averaged 2.6 points, 1.5 rebounds
and 2.3 assists in 11.8 minutes in 28 games (three starts) with the Rockets… Found his           Steals             3       11/7 vs. MIN          3     11/7/10 vs. MIN
groove in the final three games of the regular season, averaging 6.0 points and 2.0 assists on   Blocks             1       Twice                 1     Twice
.727 shooting in 14.3 minutes… Averaged 6.3 points and 5.3 assists on .364 shooting in 27.0
minutes in three starts… Scored 10-plus points three times, including a career-high 12 points    Minutes           41       11/7 vs. MIN          41    11/7/10 vs. MIN
on Nov. 10 at Washington and Nov. 17 at Oklahoma City… Dished out a career-high seven assists on Nov. 6 at San Antonio… Earned his first career start in a Nov. 7 home
win over Minnesota, playing a career-high 42 minutes… Made his NBA debut on Oct. 26 at LA Lakers… In two assignments with the Rockets’ NBA D-League affiliate, the Rio
Grande Valley Vipers, averaged 12.5 points, 7.9 assists, 4.3 rebounds, 1.50 steals and 1.25 blocks in 32.9 minutes in eight games (five starts)… DNP (Coach’s Decision) 16
times (five times with Memphis)… Inactive 22 games (three times with Memphis).



#21 Greivis Vasquez (GRAY-vess VASS-kez)                                                                                                                                       G
                            HEIGHT 6-6       WEIGHT 211         BIRTHDATE 1/16/87            COLLEGE MARYLAND                YEARS PRO ROOKIE
LAST FIVE GAMES
DATE/OPP             MIN     FG      FGA     FG%       3FG    3FGA     3FG%      FT    FTA         FT%       ORB     DRB      REB          AST      PF     STL         TO      BLK    PTS
5/7 vs. OKC            6      1       2     .500        0       0      .000      0       0          .000     0           2      2          2        0          2       0       0       2
5/9 vs. OKC           27      4      12     .333        1       4      .250      5       5         1.000     1           3      4          2        2          0       0       0      14
5/11 @ OKC            16      2       2     1.000       0       0      .000      2       2         1.000     0           1      1          3        0          0       0       1       6
5/13 vs. OKC          8       0       2     .000        0       0      .000      0       0          .000     0           0      0          2        1          0       0       0       0
5/15 at OKC            8      2       4      .500       1       2      .500      0       0          .000     1           0      1          2        1          0       2       0       5

2010-11 SEASON AVERAGES                    GP/S:     70/1    PPG:      3.6    RPG:       1.0        APG:     2.2     FG%:        .408            STLS:         0.33        MINS:      12.3
2011 PLAYOFFS AVERAGES                     GP/S:     13/0    PPG:      4.3    RPG:       1.5        APG:     1.9     FG%:        .512            STLS:         0.38        MINS:      10.9

2011 NBA PLAYOFFS: ROUND 2: Scored a playoff career-high 14 points in triple-overtime                               Season High                          Career High
in Game 4 on May 9 vs. Oklahoma City, scoring eight in the overtime periods, including an
off-balance three-pointer to send the game into a second OT… ROUND 1: Made his playoff              Points           17      4/13 at LAC                  17         4/13/11 at LAC
debut in Game 1 on April 17 at San Antonio… Scored 11 points off the bench in the Grizzlies’
                                                                                                    FGM              7       4/13 at LAC                  7          4/13/11 at LAC
series-clinching Game 6 win on April 29 vs. San Antonio.
                                                                                                    FTM              3       3 times                      3          3 times
2010-11 SEASON: Rookie guard finished first NBA season with averages of 3.6 points, 1.0
                                                                                                3FGM            2     4 times                  2                     4 times
rebounds and 2.2 assists (7th among rookies) on .408 shooting in 12.3 minutes in 70 games
(one start)… Scored 10-plus points five times, including a career-best 17 points in a career-   Rebounds        6     2/5 at HOU               6                     2/5/11 at HOU
high 33 minutes his first career start in the regular season finale on April 13 at LA Clippers…
Tallied 13 points on a perfect 5-of-5 shooting on April 10 vs. New Orleans… Handed out a        Assists        7      1/7 at UTA               7                     1/7/11 at UTA
career-high seven assists on Jan. 7 vs. Utah… Provided a spark off the bench in his first       Steals         2      3 times                  2                     3 times
extended minutes, posting seven points, two rebounds and two assists on 3-of-3 shooting in
12 minutes on Nov. 13 vs. Boston… Scored his first career points on Nov. 10 vs. Dallas,         Minutes        33     4/13 at LAC             33                     4/13/11 at LAC
connecting on his first three-point attempt… Made his NBA debut on Oct. 30 vs. Minnesota… DNP (Coach’s Decision) seven times… Inactive five times.




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#4 Sam Young                                                                                                                                                                                    F/G
                                        HEIGHT 6-6           WEIGHT 220            BIRTHDATE 6/1/85 COLLEGE PITTSBURGH                               YEARS PRO 1
LAST FIVE GAMES
DATE/OPP                  MIN      FG       FGA        FG%        3FG      3FGA       3FG%       FT      FTA         FT%       ORB        DRB      REB          AST      PF        STL      TO     BLK       PTS
5/3 @ OKC                 26        6           11    .545         0         1        .000        0        0         .000       1             3      4          0        1          1       0       0        12
5/7 vs. OKC               16        2           6     .333         0         0        .000        0        0         .000       0             3      3          0        0          1       2       0        4
5/9 vs. OKC               16        0           4     .000         0         0        .000        0        0         .000       0             1      1          1        2          1       0       0        0
5/11 @ OKC                22        2           7     .286         0         0        .000        0        0         .000       0             2      2          0        2          0       1       1         4
5/13 vs. OKC              12        3           7     .429         0         2        .000        1        2         .500       0             0      0          0        1          0       0       0        7

2010-11 SEASON AVERAGES                              GP/S:      78/46      PPG:        7.3      RPG:           2.4     APG:      0.9      FG%:           .472         STLS:         0.87        MINS:        20.2
2011 PLAYOFFS AVERAGES                               GP/S:      13/11      PPG:        7.5      RPG:           2.3     APG:      0.2      FG%:           .448         STLS:         0.46        MINS:        19.7

2011 PLAYOFFS: ROUND 2: Averaging 5.6 points, 2.0 rebounds on .388 shooting in 17.6 minutes…
ROUND 1: Averaged 9.8 points and 2.7 rebounds on .511 shooting in 22.2 minutes… Made his playoff
                                                                                                                                        Season High                           Career High
debut in Game 1 on April 17 at San Antonio… Set a playoff career high with 18 points in Game 5 on April 27
at San Antonio.
                                                                                                                     Points               22      Twice                        22        4 times
                                                                                                                     FGM                  9       Twice                        9         Twice
2010-11 SEASON: In his second season, posted 7.3 points, 2.4 rebounds, 0.9 assists on .472 shooting in
20.2 minutes in 78 games (46 starts) in his second NBA season… The Grizzlies finished the season 29-15               FTM                  6       11/2 at LAL                  9         1/2/10 at PHO
after he was named a full-time starter and went 30-16 with him in the starting lineup… Scored in double
figures 22 times in the final 36 games of the season, averaging 10.6 points on .488 shooting… Posted 9.5             3FGM                 2       2/7 vs. LAL                  2         Twice
points on .483 shooting in 27.1 minutes in 46 starts…Scored 10-plus points 27 times and 20-plus points
twice, a career-high tying 22 points off a career-high tying nine made field goals on Feb. 7 vs. LA Lakers and       Rebounds             9       2/23 at MIN                  9         2/23/11 at MIN
a 22-point performance in the regular season finale on April 13 at LA Clippers… Made a career-high tying
nine baskets and dished out a personal-best six assists on Feb. 2 at Minnesota… Grabbed a career-high
                                                                                                                     Assists              6       2/2 at MIN                   6         2/2/11 at MIN
nine rebounds on Feb. 23 at Minnesota… Swiped a career-high four steals on Dec. 5 at Denver… Tied a                  Steals               4       12/5 at DEN                  4         12/5/10 at DEN
career-best with four blocks on Jan. 15 vs. Dallas… Led the bench with 17 points in the season opener on
Oct. 27 vs. Atlanta… Played a career-high 45 minutes on Feb. 8 at Oklahoma City… DNP (Coach’s                        Blocks               4       1/15 vs. DAL                 4         Twice
Decision) five times.
                                                                                                                     Minutes              45      2/8 at OKC                   45        2/8/11 at OKC
NBA CAREER: The two-year pro holds career averages of 7.4 points, 2.4 rebounds and 0.8 assists on .461
shooting in 18.3 minutes in 158 games (47 starts) for the Memphis Grizzlies.
 

                                         2011 GRIZZLIES PLAYOFF TEAM HIGHS AND LOWS
       CATEGORY                                 GRIZZ HI                              GRIZZ LOW                                                OPP. HI                                  OPP. LOW
           PTS                         123, 5/9 vs. OKC (3OT)                         72, 5/11 at OKC                               133, 5/9 vs. OKC (3OT) #                       83, 5/13 vs. OKC
      PTS/Quarter                        34, 5/3 at OKC (4th)                       14, 4/27 at SA (1st)                                 35, 5/3 at OKC (4th)                    10, 5/7 vs. OKC (4th)
        PTS/Half                         58, 5/3 at OKC (2nd)                      34, 5/15 at OKC (1st)                                 57, 5/3 at OKC (2nd)                   29, 5/13 vs. OKC (2nd)
           FGM                              44, 5/1 at OKC                           28, 5/11 @ OKC                                  43, 5/9 vs. OKC (3OT) #                         28, 4/17 at SA
           FGA                         111, 5/9 vs. OKC (3OT)                          67, 4/17 at SA                                95, 5/9 vs. OKC (3OT) #                         70, 4/17 at SA
          FG%                              .552, 4/17 at SA                      .360, 5/9 vs. OKC (3OT)                                  .528, 5/3 at OKC                     .366, 5/7 vs. OKC (OT)
          3FGM                          6, 5/9 vs. OKC (3OT)                           1, 4/29 vs. SA                                      11, 5/15 at OKC                           2, 4/23 vs. SA
          3FGA                         23, 5/9 vs. OKC (3OT)                        8 (2), 5/11 at OKC                                     28, 5/15 at OKC                        14 (2) , 5/3 at OKC
          3FG%                             .600, 4/17 at SA                          .111, 4/29 vs. SA                                    .571, 5/3 at OKC                         .133, 4/23 vs. SA
           FTM                        37, 5/9 vs. OKC (3OT) #                      14 (2), 5/11 at OKC                               42, 5/9 vs. OKC (3OT) #                         11, 4/25 vs. SA
           FTA                         44, 5/7 vs. OKC (OT) #                          20, 4/20 at SA                                50, 5/9 vs. OKC (3OT) #                     14 (2) , 4/29 vs. SA
           FT%                       .925, 5/9 vs. OKC (3OT) #                      .609, 5/11 at OKC                                 .913, 5/7 vs. OKC (OT)                        .688, 4/20 at SA
           REB                      55 (2) , 5/9 vs. OKC (3OT) #                      33, 5/11 at OKC                                54, 5/9 vs. OKC (3OT) #                         32, 4/29 vs. SA
          OREB                        24, 5/9 vs. OKC (3OT) #                          5, 4/17 at SA                                    18, 5/7 vs. OKC (OT)                        6, 5/13 vs. OKC
          DREB                          40, 4/27 at SA (OT) #                         23, 5/15 at OKC                               38 (2) , 5/9 vs. OKC (3OT)                       23, 4/29 vs. SA
           AST                       24 (2) , 5/9 vs. OKC (3OT)                       12, 4/29 vs. SA                                    23, 4/27 at SA (OT)                         13, 4/17 at SA
           STL                          12, 4/27 at SA (OT) #                          2, 4/17 at SA                                        11, 5/3 at OKC                       4 (2) , 5/13 vs. OKC
            TO                         19, 5/9 vs. OKC (3OT)                          7, 5/1 at OKC #                                   18 (4) , 5/11 at OKC                         10, 4/17 at SA
           BLK                      9 (2) , 5/9 vs. OKC (3OT) #                        3, 4/25 vs. SA                                     11, 5/15 at OKC #                           3, 4/17 at SA
      PTS in Paint                          62, 4/29 vs. SA                           34, 5/3 at OKC                                   56, 5/9 vs. OKC (3OT)                         32, 4/17 at SA
   Second Chance PTS                   26, 5/9 vs. OKC (3OT)                           5, 4/17 at SA                                   19, 5/9 vs. OKC (3OT)                        7, 5/13 vs. OKC
     Fast Break PTS                         17, 4/23 vs. SA                            5, 4/17 at SA                                   26, 5/9 vs. OKC (3OT)                         9, 4/23 vs. SA
    PTS off Turnovers                       23, 5/1 at OKC                             10, 4/17 at SA                               26 (2) , 5/9 vs. OKC (3OT)                   6 (2) , 5/13 vs.OKC


                                                  2011 GRIZZLIES PLAYOFF INDIVIDUAL HIGHS
     CATEGORY                       MEMPHIS                        PLAYER                          DATE                        OPPONENT                      PLAYER                             DATE
          PTS                            34 #                    (2) Randolph                5/9 vs. OKC (3OT)                    40                         Westbrook                   5/9 vs. OKC (3OT)
          REB                            21 #                      (2) Gasol                 5/9 vs. OKC (3OT)                   13 #                        (3) Durant                  5/9 vs. OKC (3OT)
         OREB                            10 #                        Gasol                   5/9 vs. OKC (3OT)                     6                       (3) Westbrook                     5/15 at OKC
         DREB                            15 #                        Gasol                    4/27 at SA (OT)                     12                           Durant                     5/7 vs. OKC (OT)
          AST                            12 #                        Conley                     5/13 vs. OKC                      12                         Westbrook                   5/7 vs. OKC (OT)
          STL                            4#                         (4) Allen                   5/15 at OKC                      4#                          (3) Durant                  5/9 vs. OKC (3OT)
          BLK                            5#                          Gasol                       5/3 at OKC                        6                           Ibaka                      5/7 vs. OKC (OT)

   FG% (min. 6 att.)                     .900                    Gasol (9/10)                    4/17 at SA                     .857 #                      Maynor (6/7)                     5/3 at OKC
  3FG% (min. 4 att.)                    .750 #                    Mayo (3/4)                     4/17 at SA                      .750                       Maynor (3/4)                     5/3 at OKC
    FT% (min. 5 att.)                   1.000 #                 Randolph (5/5)                   4/25 vs. SA                    1.000 #                    (4) Durant (9/9)                 5/15 at OKC
          FGM                             12                     (3) Randolph                   5/13 vs. OKC                     15 #                        Westbrook                   5/9 vs. OKC (3OT)
          FGA                             25                       Randolph                  5/9 vs. OKC (3OT)                   33 #                        Westbrook                   5/9 vs. OKC (3OT)
         3FGM                              4                         Mayo                    5/9 vs. OKC (3OT)                     4                     (4) Durant/Harden                  5/15 at OKC
         3FGA                              6                     Conley/Mayo                 5/9 vs. OKC (3OT)                     9                          (3) Durant                    5/15 at OKC
          FTM                            16 #                      Randolph                  5/9 vs. OKC (3OT)                     16                           Durant                   5/9 vs. OKC (3OT)
          FTA                            17 #                      Randolph                  5/9 vs. OKC (3OT)                     18                           Durant                   5/9 vs. OKC (3OT)
# - franchise record
(X) – most recent occurrence




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                                      Grizzlies Team Regular Season Miscellaneous Statistics

                                    RECORDS                                                                                 HOME ATTENDANCE
                   Record             Home               Road               Overtime                                       FedExForum Capacity – 18,119
OVERALL:           46-36              30-11              16-25              2-5
Northwest          11-7               8-1                3-6                1-0                                                GAMES:         41
Pacific            11-7               7-2                4-5                1-0                                                 TOTAL:        600,687
Southwest          8-8                5-3                3-5                0-3                                              AVERAGE:         14,651
WESTERN:           30-22              20-6               10-16              2-4                                                     HIGH:     18,119
Atlantic           5-5                2-3                3-2                0-1                                             SELLOUTS:         4
Central            7-3                4-1                3-2                0-0
Southeast          4-6                4-1                0-5                0-0
EASTERN:           16-14              10-5               6-9                0-1




                                                               WON-LOST STREAKS (2010-11 Regular Season)
CURRENT STREAKS                              OVERALL:              Lost 2            HOME:            Won 2         ROAD:            Lost 2             OVERTIME: Won 1
Longest Winning Streaks                      OVERALL:              Won 5             HOME:            Won 6         ROAD:            Won 2              OVERTIME: Won 1
Longest Losing Streaks                       OVERALL:              Lost 5            HOME:            Lost 3        ROAD:            Lost 6             OVERTIME: Lost 2


                                                                                  THE GRIZZLIES FINISHED…
46-36      … Overall                                                           32-15      … Outrebound Opponent                                         8-0      … Preseason
16-14      … vs. Eastern Conference                                            12-19      … Outrebounded by Opponent                                    8-10     … Oct./Nov.
30-22      … vs. Western Conference                                            2-2        … Tied, Rebounds                                              6-8      … Dec.
34-11      … Leading after 1st Quarter                                         25-11      … More FTM than Opponent                                      11-6     … Jan.
10-21      … Trail after 1st Quarter                                           18-23      … Less FTM than Opponent                                      8-4      … Feb.
2-4        … Tied after 1st Quarter                                            3-2        … Tied, FTM                                                   9-5      … Mar.
32-8       … Leading at Half                                                   9-6        … More 3FGM than Opponent                                     4-3      … Apr.
13-26      … Trailing at Half                                                  34-28      … Less 3FGM than Opponent
1-2        … Tied at Half                                                      3-2        … Tied, 3FGM                                                  8-5      … Mon.
35-8       … Lead after 3rd Quarter                                            7-15       … More turnovers than Opponent                                5-6      … Tues.
10-26      … Trail after 3rd Quarter                                           37-19      … Less turnovers than Opponent                                8-9      … Wed.
1-2        … Tied after 3rd Quarter                                            0-1        … Score < 80                                                  0-1      … Thurs.
2-5        … In Overtime                                                       33-14      … Score 100+                                                  8-6      … Fri.
37-11      … Outshoot Opponent (%)                                             4-0        … Opponents score < 80                                        10-7     … Sat.
9-25       … Outshot by Opponent (%)                                           9-22       … Opponents score 100+                                        6-2      … Sun.
0-0        … Tied Opponent, shooting (%)                                       16-13      … Bench outscores opponents bench
23-7       … Shoot .500 or better                                              30-23      … Bench outscored by opponents bench                          2-6      … National TV
23-28      … Shoot under .500                                                  0-0        … Tied, bench scoring
11-10      … First game of back-to-back                                        11-10      … Second game of back-to-back

                         QUARTER-BY-QUARTER                                                                                              BENCH SCORING
                          1st                                                                                                GRIZZLIES                                 OPPONENTS
                                     2nd      3rd        4th        OT        2OT        3OT     TOTAL
Grizzlies                2021       1968     2086       2046        65          9         0       8195          Reg. Season Avg.: 27.4                    Reg. Season Avg.: 32.9
Average                  24.6       24.0     25.4       25.0        9.3        9.0        0       99.9          Team High: 61, 4/10 vs. NO                Team High: 58, 12/8 at PHO (OT)
          ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------                  Team Low: 6, 1/1 at UTA                   Team Low: 6, 12/17 at HOU
Opponents          1976       2063        1919        1968         70          14          0      8003          Individual High:                          Individual High:
Average            24.1        25.2       23.4        24.0        10.0       14.0          0      97.6
                                                                                                                Mayo, 24, 12/15 vs. CHA                   Hill, 30, 3/27 vs. SA
                                                                                                                Arthur, 24, 2/13 vs. DEN



                                                                                       WON-LOST MARGINS
Margin            1             2      3         4         5         6         7          8      9       10    11     12       13       14         15    16       17       18     19        20
Won by            3             3      3         1         5         2         2          2      2       1     3       1       2        2                 1        1       2      3          1
Lost by           4             3      3                   2         5         4                 3                     1       2        1          2      2        1              1


Margin           21           22      23        24        25        26         27        28      29      30    31     32       33       34         35    36       37       38     39        40+
Won by            2             1      1                                                  1                                    1
Lost by           1                                                                                                            1




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                        2010-11 GRIZZLIES REGULAR SEASON HIGHS AND LOWS
CATEGORY                                 HIGH/MARGIN             LOW/DEFICIT
Total Points                             120, 2/26 vs. SAC       72, 11/15 at ORL
Points 1st Quarter                       35, 11/5 at PHO (2OT)   12, 11/15 at ORL
Points 2nd Quarter                       35, 12/15 vs. CHA       15, (2) 3/12 at MIA
Points 1st Half                          63, 11/26 vs. GS        31, 1/10 at CHA
Points 3rd Quarter                       41, 3/6 at DAL          12, 12/13 vs. POR
Points 4th Quarter                       42, 1/29 at PHI         13, 4/5 vs. LAC
Points 2nd Half                          66, (2) 4/13 at LAC     35, (2) 1/26 at NJ
Points, OT                               12, 12/8 at PHO (OT)    6, (2) 2/5 at HOU
Points, 2nd OT                           9, 11/5 at PHO (2OT)
Field Goals Made                         52, 2/26 vs. SAC        29, (2) 1/17 vs. CHI
Field Goals Attempted                    96, 11/5 at PHO (2OT)   67, 3/9 vs. NY
Field Goal %                             .603, 4/10 vs. NO       .363, 11/15 at ORL
3-Point Field Goals Made                 8, (4) 12/18 at SA      0, (3) 3/19 vs. IND
3-Point Field Goals Attempted            22, 3/4 vs. NO          3, 12/29 at SAC
3-Point Field Goal %                     .625, 4/1 at NO         .000, (3) 3/19 vs. IND
Free Throws Made                         33, (2) 3/9 vs. NY      8, (2) 3/21 vs. UTA
Free Throws Attempted                    39, 1/12 at DET         10, 3/21 vs. UTA
Free Throw %                             .943, 3/9 vs. NY        .545, 1/10 at CHA
Total Rebounds                           51, 12/26 at IND        28, 12/3 vs. HOU
Offensive Rebounds                       18, 1/24 at TOR         5, (2) 3/9 vs. NY
Defensive Rebounds                       42, 12/26 at IND        19, 12/3 vs. HOU
Assists                                  33, 3/21 vs. UTA        11, 4/5 vs. LAC
Steals                                   22, 10/30 vs. MIN #     2, (2) 1/17 vs. CHI
Turnovers                                26, 11/5 at PHO (2OT)   7, (4) 3/30 vs. GS
Blocks                                   11, (3) 4/8 vs. SAC     1, 12/29 at SAC
Points in the Paint                      78, 2/26 vs. SAC #      32, 11/27 at CLE
Second Chance Points                     27, 1/24 at TOR         6, 11/27 at CLE
Fast Break Points                        33, (2) 3/9 vs. NY      4, 4/12 at POR
Points Off Turnovers                     36, 10/30 vs. MIN       7, 11/20 vs. MIA


                       2010-11 OPPONENTS REGULAR SEASON HIGHS AND LOWS
CATEGORY                                HIGH/MARGIN              LOW/DEFICIT
Total Points                            127, 12/3 vs. HOU        70, 1/15 vs. DAL
Points 1st Quarter                      38, 12/3 vs. HOU         10, 2/15 vs. PHI
Points 2nd Quarter                      41, 2/13 vs. DEN         16, (2) 3/14 vs. LAC
Points 1st Half                         73, 11/2 at LAL          36, (3) 3/14 vs. LAC
Points 3rd Quarter                      41, 2/22 at DEN          12, 1/15 vs. DAL
Points 4th Quarter                      36, 2/27 at SA           9, 12/13 vs. POR
Points 2nd Half                         60, 1/8 at OKC           31, 12/13 vs. POR
Points, OT                              17, 11/13 vs. BOS (OT)   6, (2) 2/8 at OKC
Points, 2nd OT                          14, 11/5 at PHO (2OT)
Field Goals Made                        47, 3/9 vs. NY           24, 1/15 vs. DAL
Field Goals Attempted                   101, 11/5 at PHO (2OT)   64, 11/15 at ORL
Field Goal %                            .595, 12/3 vs. HOU       .324, 1/15 vs. DAL
3-Point Field Goals Made                20, 3/17 at NY #         0, 1/24 at TOR
3-Point Field Goals Attempted           36, 3/17 at NY           10, (2) 12/15 vs. CHA
3-Point Field Goal %                    .696, 12/3 vs. HOU       .000, 1/24 at TOR
Free Throws Made                        35, 1/8 at OKC           4, 3/9 vs. NY
Free Throws Attempted                   42, 1/8 at OKC           4, 3/9 vs. NY
Free Throw %                            1.000, 3/9 vs. NY        .357, 12/27 vs. TOR
Total Rebounds                          59, 11/2 at LAL          26, 4/1 at NO
Offensive Rebounds                      21, 11/5 at PHO (2OT)    3, (2) 1/4 vs. OKC #
Defensive Rebounds                      42, 12/21 vs. NJ         17, 3/27 vs. SA
Assists                                 36, 4/13 at LAC          11, (2) 3/19 vs. IND
Steals                                  16, 4/13 at LAC          3, (4) 3/30 vs. GS
Turnovers                               29, 10/30 vs. MIN        8, 11/20 vs. MIA
Blocks                                  13, 1/7 vs. UTA          0, 3/23 at BOS
Points in the Paint                     72, 4/13 at LAC          24, (2) 3/19 vs. IND
Second Chance Points                    31, 4/8 vs. SAC          3, 3/23 at BOS
Fast Break Points                       31, 1/4 vs. OKC          2, 3/14 vs. LAC
Points Off Turnovers                    28, 4/13 at LAC          4, 11/24 vs. DET
# - franchise record


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                                2010-11 REGULAR SEASON PLAYER HIGHS

                                                GRIZZLIES                                  OPPONENTS

      PTS              35    Rudy Gay, 11/3 at Golden State        40    Kevin Durant, 1/8 at Oklahoma City
                             Zach Randolph, 12/29 at Sacramento

PTS (QUARTER)          15    Rudy Gay, 11/2 at LA Lakers (3rd)     18    Kevin Durant, 1/8 at Oklahoma City (3rd)
                             Zach Randolph, 1/12 at DET (4th)            Manu Ginobili, 2/27 at San Antonio (4th)
                             Mike Conley, 2/15 vs. PHI (4th)
                             Zach Randolph, 3/14 vs. LAC (2nd)

  PTS (HALF)           24    Zach Randolph, 1/12 at DET (2nd)      28    Kevin Durant, 1/8 at Oklahoma City (2nd)

      FGM              15    Zach Randolph, 12/29 at Sacramento    15    Tony Parker, 12/18 at San Antonio
                       15*   Zach Randolph, 12/8 at Phoenix

      FGA              27    Zach Randolph, 12/29 at Sacramento    29*   Jason Richardson, 11/5 at Phoenix
                                                                   26    Monta Ellis, 11/3 at Golden State

      3FGM             5     O.J. Mayo, 10/30 vs. Minnesota        9     Toney Douglas, 3/17 at New York #
                       5*    O.J. Mayo, 12/18 at San Antonio

      3FGA             9     O.J. Mayo, 10/29 at Dallas            13    Dorell Wright, 11/3 at Golden State
                             O.J. Mayo, 10/30 vs. Minnesota
                             O.J. Mayo, 1/1 at Utah

      FTM              14    Zach Randolph, 1/12 at DET            14    Monta Ellis, 11/3 at Golden State

      FTA              17    Zach Randolph, 1/12 at DET            19    Monta Ellis, 11/3 at Golden State

    OFF REB            10    Zach Randolph, 12/18 at San Antonio   9     David Lee, 11/3 at Golden State
                             Zach Randolph, 2/27 at San Antonio          Matt Barnes, 11/2 at LA Lakers

    DEF REB            15    Zach Randolph, 12/26 at Indiana       14    Andris Biedrins, 11/26 vs. Golden State
                             Zach Randolph, 1/15 vs. Dallas

    TOT REB            21    Zach Randolph, 12/18 at San Antonio   21    Andris Biedrins, 11/26 vs. Golden State

      AST              14*   Mike Conley, 12/8 at Phoenix          18    Kyle Lowry, 12/17 at Houston
                       13    Mike Conley, 10/30 vs. Minnesota

       STL             7     Mike Conley, 10/30 vs. Minnesota #    7     Rajon Rondo, 3/23 at Boston

      BLK              6     Rudy Gay, 11/30 vs. LA Lakers         6     Taj Gibson, 1/17 vs. Chicago
                                                                         Brendan Haywood, 3/6 at Dallas

       TO              6     Rudy Gay, 11/19 at Washington         8     Russell Westbrook, 2/8 at Oklahoma City
                             Zach Randolph, 12/5 at Denver         8*    Steve Nash, 12/8 at Phoenix
                             Rudy Gay, 12/11 at LA Clippers
                             Zach Randolph, 2/4 vs. Cleveland
                       6*    Mike Conley, 11/13 vs. Boston

       MIN             52*   Rudy Gay, 11/5 at Phoenix             45    Pau Gasol, 11/30 vs. LA Lakers


* - overtime
# - franchise record




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                                             MISCELLANEOUS REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS
                                        GRIZZLIES BY THE NUMBERS                                                                                                   GRIZZLIES LEADERS
                                 PTS                             REB                     AST       BLK          STL           Double             PTS         REB         AST            BLK      STL          MIN
Player           10+             20+         30+         10+           20+               10+       3+           3+            Doubles
Allen               29            7                         1                                          5            21           1                 6           3                         12       25            1
Arthur              31            4                         2                                          7             1           2                 1           2                         18       4             1
Battier              4                                      1                                          1             2           1                             2                          3       2
Carney
Carroll
Conley              62           13                                                       9                         20          7                 10                       67             2       26           15
Gasol               61           4                          16                                         20            8          14                 5          16           9             46       12           7
Gay                 51           29           4             4                                           4           12          4                 19          4            5             17       17           32
Haddadi              3                                      2                                                                   1                             2                           4
Henry                5
Law
Mayo                43            9                                                                                 8                              5           1           4             10       10            2
Powe                 3                                                                                                                             1
Randolph            72           42           5             54              5                          1            6           53                38          59           6               6      11           16
Smith
Thabeet                                                                                                                                                                                    7       2
Vasquez             5                                                                                                                                                      4                       1
Williams                                                                                                                                                                   2               1
Young               27            2                                                                    1            4                              3                       1               7      12            6



    GAMES MISSED – INJURY OR ILLNESS (96)                                                                                               COMEBACKS, LARGEST LEADS
     Player                 Injury/Illness              Dates Out               G   Record
    Tony Allen              Sore left knee                1/12-19            4           2-2                                                              From                                 Game
   Darrell Arthur         Strained left groin           11/30-12/1          2            1-1                              All Games            -21 (49-70, 3:41 left in 3rd)         1/28 at PHI (won 99-94)
  DeMarre Carroll          Sore right ankle                11/3-6            3           1-2                               At Home             -17 (69-86, 3:56 left in 3rd)       2/13 vs. DEN (won 116-108)
    Marc Gasol             Left ankle sprain               10/27             1           0-1                             On the Road           -21 (49-70, 3:41 left in 3rd)         1/28 at PHI (won 99-94)
    Rudy Gay                Stomach virus                   1/1             1            0-1                             Largest Lead         +35 (113-78, :24.7 left in 4th)      12/15 vs. CHA (won 113-80)
    Rudy Gay             Sprained right big toe             2/8              1           1-0
    Rudy Gay             Left shoulder subluxation       2/22-4/13          25          15-10
   Xavier Henry               Neck sprain                  10/30             1           1-0                                         BLOWN LEADS, LARGEST DEFICITS
   Xavier Henry             Sore right knee             1/1, 1/4-19          9           4-5
   Xavier Henry           Right knee soreness            2/23-4/13          24          15-9
                                                                                                                                                          From                                 Game
     Acie Law              Flu-like symptoms             11/26-27           2            1-1
    O.J. Mayo                   Bronchitis                  1/4              1           1-0                               All Games          +18 (35-17, :41.1 left in 1st)     11/5 at PHO (lost 118-123, 2OT)
  Zach Randolph          Lower back contusion           10/29-11/3          4            2-2                                At Home           +13 (63-50, 4:01 left in 3rd)          4/5 vs. LAC (lost 81-82)
  Zach Randolph            Right ankle sprain               2/11             1           1-0                              On the Road         +18 (35-17, :41.1 left in 1st)     11/5 at PHO (lost 118-123, 2OT)
  Jason Williams          Low back soreness              3/9-4/13           17          11-6                             Largest Deficit      -37 (68-105, 5:30 left in 4th)        3/12 at MIA (lost 85-118)
              *Dates listed for games missed due to injury only




                                      STARTING LINEUPS                                                                                     RECORD WHEN IN STARTING LINEUP
         PG               SG             C             PF              SF           G         W    L        Pct.
     Conley              Allen         Gasol         Randolph      Young            24        16   8         .667                    Player      Record         Pct.            Player         Record        Pct.
     Conley             Young          Gasol         Randolph       Gay             18        13   5         .722                     Allen       19-12         .613             Henry           9-7         .565
     Conley             Henry          Gasol         Randolph       Gay             15        8    7         .533
                                                                                                                                     Arthur         4-5         .444             Mayo           4-13         .235
     Conley             Mayo           Gasol         Randolph       Gay             8         2    6         .250
     Conley              Allen         Gasol         Randolph       Gay             6         3    3         .500
                                                                                                                                     Conley       46-35         .568            Randolph        42-32        .568
     Conley             Mayo           Gasol          Arthur        Gay             4         2    2         .500                    Gasol        46-35         .568            Vasquez          0-1         .000
     Conley             Mayo           Gasol          Arthur       Young            1         0    1         .000                     Gay         30-24         .556             Young          30-16        .652
     Conley             Young          Gasol          Arthur        Gay             1         1    0        1.000
     Conley             Mayo           Gasol         Randolph       Allen           1         0    1         .000
     Conley             Mayo          Randolph        Arthur        Gay             1         0    1         .000
     Conley             Henry          Gasol          Arthur        Gay             1         1    0        1.000
     Conley             Mayo           Gasol         Randolph      Young            1         0    1         .000
    Vasquez             Mayo           Gasol          Arthur       Young            1         0    1         .000




  Memphis Grizzlies 2010‐11 Game Notes                                                                                                                                                                  26
                                                            MEMPHIS GRIZZLIES 2010-11 GAME-BY-GAME
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  G    Date       Score      Opp.        W/L   Rec.    Att.     1       2       Half    3       4       OT         2OT         High Pts      High Rebs        High Asts     High Pts
  1    10/27      104-119    vs. ATL     L     0-1     17,519   22-30   28-32   50-62   25-29   29-28                          Conley 23     Gay 10           Conley 8      Johnson 22
  2    10/29      91-90      at DAL      W     1-1     20,060   24-29   17-21   41-50   28-25   22-15                          Gay 21        Gasol 15         Conley 6      Nowitzki 27
  3    10/30      109-89     vs. MIN     W     2-1     12,753   34-19   25-27   59-46   28-29   22-14                          Mayo 29       Gasol 8          Conley 11     Ellington 15
  4    11/2       105-124    at LAL      L     2-2     18,997   23-34   23-39   46-73   30-24   29-27                          Gay 30        Gasol 8          Conley 8      Bryant 23
  5    11/3       109-115    at GS       L     2-3     16,607   26-27   26-37   52-64   31-24   26-27                          Gay 35        Gasol 8          Conley 13     Ellis 39
  6    11/5       118-123    at PHO      L     2-4     16,470   35-20   20-25   55-45   21-25   23-29   10-10      9-14        MG/RG 26      Randolph 14      Conley 7      Richardson 38
  7    11/6       100-91     at SAC      W     3-4     14,085   30-24   23-25   53-49   27-18   20-24                          Gay 32        Randolph 11      Conley 5      Evans 30
  8    11/8       109-99     vs. PHO     W     4-4     10,786   28-26   27-26   55-52   33-23   21-24                          Randolph 23   Randolph 20      Conley 6      Hill 19
  9    11/10      91-106     vs. DAL     L     4-5     10,767   21-27   29-28   50-55   19-31   22-20                          Randolph 23   RG/ZR 9          Conley 5      Terry 25
  10   11/13      110-116    vs. BOS     L     4-6     18,119   27-27   22-27   54-49   24-19   26-26   11-17                  Gay 22        Randolph 11      Gasol 5       Pierce 28
  11   11/15      72-89      at ORL      L     4-7     18,846   12-20   22-27   32-47   22-22   16-20                          Gasol 14      RG/ZR 9          Conley 8      Carter 19
  12   11/16      99-100     vs. POR     L     4-8     10,827   17-22   28-29   45-51   25-20   29-29                          Gay 20        Randolph 14      Conley 6      Matthews 30
  13   11/19      86-89      at WAS      L     4-9     13,504   24-25   21-18   45-43   23-23   18-23                          Randolph 19   Randolph 12      Conley 6      Arenas 24
  14   11/20      97-95      vs. MIA     W     5-9     18,119   26-17   17-22   43-39   25-29   29-27                          Randolph 21   Randolph 13      Conley 6      James 29
  15   11/24      105-84     vs. DET     W     6-9     11,283   24-21   23-29   47-50   33-18   25-16                          Randolph 21   Randolph 14      Conley 7      Stuckey 17
  16   11/26      116-111    vs. GS      W     7-9     14,753   30-24   33-29   63-53   24-29   29-29                          Gay 25        Randolph 7       Conley 5      Biedrins 28
  17   11/27      86-92      at CLE      L     7-10    20,562   32-22   19-23   51-45   16-30   19-17                          Gay 17        Randolph 11      Gay 6         M. Williams 25
  18   11/30      98-96      vs. LAL     W     8-10    17,638   27-27   22-24   51-49   19-16   28-31                          Conley 28     Gasol 9          Randolph 4    Bryant 29
  19   12/1       109-112    at ATL      L     8-11    11,513   29-27   28-36   57-63   19-23   33-26                          Gay 23        Randolph 19      Conley 9      Horford 20
  20   12/3       111-127    vs. HOU     L     8-12    14,577   31-38   29-31   60-69   30-29   21-29                          Gay 29        Randolph 8       Conley 8      KL/KM 28
  21   12/5       107-108    at DEN      L     8-13    15,017   16-33   31-29   47-62   30-14   30-32                          Gay 24        Randolph 12      Conley 9      Nene 27
  22   12/6       85-94      at UTA      L     8-14    19,131   16-20   24-21   40-41   25-29   20-24                          Conley 19     Randolph 14      MC/MG 5       Williams 27
  23   12/8       104-98     at PHO      W     9-14    16,288   25-22   28-19   53-41   25-23   14-28   12-6                   Randolph 34   Randolph 17      Conley 14     Dragic 17
  24   12/11      85-84      at LAC      W     10-14   14,970   19-27   22-20   41-47   22-19   21-17                          Randolph 18   Randolph 13      Conley 8      Gordon 25
  25   12/13      86-73      vs. POR     W     11-14   10,467   23-18   26-24   49-42   12-22   25-9                           Randolph 25   Randolph 20      Conley 3      Matthews 18
  26   12/15      113-80     vs. CHA     W     12-14   12,219   24-20   35-16   59-36   25-19   29-25                          Mayo 24       Gasol 10         Conley 9      Jackson 16
  27   12/17      87-103     at HOU      L     12-15   14,534   13-34   20-27   33-61   27-28   27-14                          RG/SY 19      Randolph 9       MC/RG/OJM 3   Martin 34
  28   12/18      106-112    at SA       L     12-16   18,581   31-28   18-25   49-53   22-27   29-20   6-12                   Mayo 27       Randolph 21      Conley 8      Parker 37
  29   12/21      94-101     vs. NJ      L     12-17   14,113   18-26   25-19   43-45   24-28   27-28                          Gasol 19      Randolph 14      Conley 8      Lopez 26
  30   12/26      104-90     at IND      W     13-17   12,630   32-20   19-26   51-46   26-18   27-26                          Gay 30        Randolph 16      Conley 10     Granger 29
  31   12/27      96-85      vs. TOR     W     14-17   14,971   16-24   32-20   48-44   29-19   19-22                          Randolph 21   TA/ZR 8          MC/RG 6       Kleiza 22
  32   12/29      98-100     at SAC      L     14-18   12,636   27-24   24-26   51-50   23-20   24-30                          Randolph 35   Randolph 17      Conley 7      Udrih 24
  33   1/1        92-98      at UTA      L     14-19   19,732   21-21   17-27   38-48   31-23   23-27                          Randolph 27   Randolph 16      Conley 7      Millsap 22
  34   ½          104-85     at LAL      W     15-19   18,997   23-18   25-21   48-39   31-23   25-23                          Gay 27        Gasol 10         MC/MG 6       Bryant 28
  35   ¼          110-105    vs. OKC     W     16-19   12,765   31-27   24-28   55-55   24-22   31-28                          Randolph 31   Randolph 16      Conley 9      KD/RW 28
  36   1/7        110-99     vs. UTA     W     17-19   14,781   27-23   22-21   49-44   27-21   34-34                          Gay 28        Randolph 11      Vasquez 7     Millsap 20
  37   1/8        100-109    at OKC      L     17-20   18,203   20-27   27-22   47-49   30-34   23-26                          Randolph 27   Randolph 16      Vasquez 6     Durant 40
  38   1/10       82-96      at CHA      L     17-21   10,188   15-22   16-22   31-44   26-24   25-28                          Randolph 15   Randolph 15      Conley 7      Jackson 27
  39   1/12       107-99     at DET      W     18-21   13,068   21-26   22-20   43-46   30-18   34-35                          Randolph 34   Randolph 17      Conley 9      Gordon 25
  40   1/15       89-70      vs. DAL     W     19-21   15,812   31-19   15-17   46-36   21-12   22-22                          Randolph 23   Randolph 20      Conley 6      Mahinmi 17
  41   1/17       96-84      vs. CHI     L     19-22   18,119   17-26   25-27   42-53   18-26   24-17                          Randolph 21   Randolph 13      Conley 6      Deng 28
  42   1/19       102-103    at NO       L     19-23   15,951   26-18   25-24   51-42   16-25   25-25   10-11                  MC/RG 22      ZR/MG 10         MC/MG//RG 5   Paul 20
  43   1/21       115-110    vs. HOU     W     20-23   13,458   32-37   26-30   58-67   29-21   28-22                          Randolph 29   Randolph 19      MC/RG 5       Martin 32
  44   1/22       94-81      at MIL      W     21-23   16,157   21-19   22-21   43-40   29-19   22-22                          Gasol 24      Gasol 16         Vasquez 4     Boykins 23
  45   1/24       100-98     at TOR      W     22-23   14,127   25-24   26-25   51-49   29-25   20-24                          Gay 21        Randolph 12      MC/MG 4       Bargnani 29
  46   1/26       93-88      at NJ       L     22-24   8,866    32-16   21-26   53-42   13-18   22-33                          Gay 22        Randolph 16      MC/MG 5       Morrow 19
  47   1/28       99-94      at PHI      W     23-24   14,289   21-18   19-26   40-44   17-29   42-21                          Randolph 22   Randolph 12      Gasol 5       JH/JM 16
  48   1/29       107-93     vs. WAS     W     24-24   14,722   33-28   26-22   59-50   27-17   21-26                          Randolph 24   Randolph 20      Conley 12     Wall 14
  49   1/31       100-97     vs. ORL     W     25-24   13,513   21-28   33-30   54-58   32-16   14-23                          Conley 26     Randolph 9       Conley 11     Howard 25
  50   2/2        102-84     at MIN      W     26-24   12,662   26-20   23-21   49-41   30-16   23-27                          Randolph 23   Randolph 13      Conley 9      Beasley 19
  51   2/4        112-105    vs. CLE     W     27-24   11,932   26-32   26-27   52-59   31-25   29-21                          Randolph 29   Randolph 13      Conley 8      Hickson 31
  52   2/5        93-95      at HOU      L     27-25   18,195   26-20   25-23   51-43   20-24   16-20   6-8                    Randolph 22   Randolph 17      Conley 5      Martin 31
  53   2/7        84-93      vs. LAL     L     27-26   18,119   29-26   16-24   45-50   23-23   16-20                          Young 22      ZR/MG12          MC/ZR 4       Bryant 19
  54   2/8        105-101    at OKC      W     28-26   17,868   24-27   20-27   44-54   30-17   21-24   10-6                   Randolph 31   Randolph 14      MC/ZR 4       Durant 31
  55   2/11       89-86      vs. MIL     W     29-26   14,749   20-17   25-23   45-40   18-28   26-18                          Conley 23     Gay 10           Conley 8      Maggette 22
  56   2/13       116-108    vs. DEN     W     30-26   15,398   31-26   24-41   55-67   27-23   34-18                          Arthur 24     Randolph 16      Conley 5      Anthony 28
  57   2/15       102-91     vs. PHI     W     31-26   11,197   26-10   29-34   55-44   22-31   25-16                          Conley 22     Randolph 10      Randolph 7    Young 23
  58   2/22       107-120    at DEN      L     31-27   14,638   23-32   19-29   42-61   34-41   31-18                          Allen 26      TA/ZR 8          Williams 9    Smith 26
  59   2/23       104-95     at MIN      W     32-27   11,497   26-18   28-24   54-42   22-26   28-27                          Randolph 24   Randolph 10      Conley 9      Ellington 16
  60   2/26       120-92     vs. SAC     W     33-27   16,028   23-28   33-21   56-49   33-17   31-26                          Randolph 23   Randolph 12      Williams 5    Udrih 24
  61   2/27       88-95      at SA       L     33-28   18,581   16-26   19-17   35-43   28-16   25-36                          Randolph 24   Randolph 17      Gasol 7       Ginobili 35
  62   3/1        109-93     vs. SA      W     34-28   13,480   32-30   29-22   61-52   22-15   26-26                          DA/ZR 21      Randolph 10      Conley 9      Neal 14
  63   ¾          91-98      vs. NO      L     34-29   15,367   20-20   25-25   45-45   27-27   19-26                          Randolph 20   Randolph 11      Mayo 6        Paul 23
  64   3/6        104-103    at DAL      W     35-29   20,102   21-27   17-28   38-55   41-23   25-25                          Randolph 29   Battier 11       Conley 10     Terry 26
  65   3/7        107-101    vs. OKC     W     36-29   13,903   25-24   33-22   58-46   21-27   28-28                          TA/MC 20      Battier/Mayo 7   Conley 9      Westbrook 27
  66   3/9        108-110    vs. NY      L     36-30   17,512   27-30   26-31   53-61   29-35   26-14                          Allen 22      Randolph 11      Conley 6      Anthony 31
  67   3/12       85-118     at MIA      L     36-31   19,600   22-28   15-27   37-55   23-29   25-34                          Mayo 19       Randolph 9       Conley 10     Wade 28
  68   3/14       102-85     vs. LAC     W     37-31   15,989   21-20   29-16   50-36   28-20   27-26                          Randolph 30   Randolph 12      Conley 5      Bledsoe 19
  69   3/17       99-120     at NY       L     37-32   19,763   29-29   22-30   51-59   23-33   25-28                          Conley 16     Arthur 7         Conley 6      Douglas 29
  70   3/19       99-78      vs. IND     W     38-32   17,013   27-20   31-21   58-41   18-19   23-18                          Allen 19      Allen 11         Conley 9      DC/DG 17
  71   3/21       103-85     vs. UTA     W     39-32   12,688   29-21   25-21   54-42   26-23   23-20                          Randolph 19   Randolph 13      Conley 11     Millsap 15
  72   3/23       90-87      at BOS      W     40-32   18,624   20-15   24-30   44-45   23-25   23-17                          LP/ZR 13      Gasol 11         Conley 5      Pierce 22
  73   3/25       96-99      at CHI      L     40-33   22,274   22-21   24-28   46-49   27-25   23-25                          Randolph 16   Gasol 11         Conley 6      Rose 24
  74   3/27       111-104    vs. SA      W     41-33   17,098   24-23   31-27   55-50   26-27   27-30                          TA/ZR 23      Randolph 11      MC/MG 4       Hill 30
  75   3/30       110-91     vs. GS      W     42-33   13,815   29-24   19-29   48-53   31-19   31-19                          Allen 21      Randolph 13      Conley 7      ME/DW 16
  76   4/1        93-81      at NO       W     43-33   16,561   23-12   28-26   51-38   20-23   22-20                          Randolph 28   MG/ZR 10         MC/ZR 7       Landry 19
  77   4/2        106-89     vs. MIN     W     44-33   15,327   29-20   27-24   56-44   17-20   33-25                          Randolph 22   Gasol 9          Conley 9      Beasley 20
  78   4/5        81-82      vs. LAC     L     44-34   15,433   23-18   20-21   43-39   25-20   13-23                          Conley 20     Gasol 15         Conley 4      Williams 16
  79   4/8        101-96     vs. SAC     W     45-34   16,517   28-21   18-22   46-43   31-24   24-29                          Randolph 27   Randolph 15      Conley 8      Thornton 18
  80   4/10       111-89     vs. NO      W     46-34   17,041   30-30   22-18   52-48   30-19   29-22                          Mayo 18       MG/HH 7          Randolph 6    Belinelli 18
  81   4/12       89-102     at POR      L     46-35   20,662   25-27   20-18   45-45   21-29   23-28                          Conley 17     MG/HH 10         Mayo 3        Aldridge 22
  82   4/13       103-110    at LAC      L     46-36   19,060   20-34   17-32   37-66   37-26   29-18                          Young 22      Arthur 9         OJM/GV/SY 4   Griffin 31
  PLAYOFFS
  1    4/17       101-98     at SA       W     1-0     18,581   27-22   18-21   45-43   25-31   31-24                          Randolph 25   Randolph 14      Conley 10     Parker 20
  2    4/20       87-93      at SA       L     1-1     18,760   17-17   27-24   44-41   21-25   22-27                          Young 17      Gasol 17         MC/OJM 4      Ginobili 17
  3    4/23       91-88      vs. SA      W     2-1     18,119   29-20   23-22   52-42   19-24   20-22                          Randolph 25   Gasol 9          Conley 8      Ginobili 23
  4    4/25       104-86     vs. SA      W     3-1     18,119   21-26   27-24   48-50   30-15   26-21                          Conley 15     MG/ZR 9          Conley 7      Parker 23
  5    4/27       103-110    at SA       L     3-2     18,581   14-20   28-30   42-50   26-15   29-32   6-13                   Randolph 26   Gasol 17         Randolph 6    Ginobili 33
  6    4/29       99-91      vs. SA      W     4-2     18,119   24-16   22-27   46-43   24-23   29-25                          Randolph 31   Gasol 13         Conley 3      Parker 23
  7    5/1        114-101    at OKC      W     1-0     18,203   28-24   29-23   57-47   27-24   30-30                          Randolph 34   Gasol 13         Conley 7      Durant 33
  8    5/3        102-111    at OKC      L     1-1     18,203   17-28   27-26   44-54   24-22   34-35                          Conley 24     Gasol 10         Conley 8      Durant 26
  9    5/7        101-93     vs. OKC     W     2-1     18,119   22-20   21-31   43-51   20-25   23-10   15-7                   Randolph 21   Randolph 21      MC/OJM 4      Westbrook 23
  10   5/9        123-133    vs. OKC     L     2-2     18,119   28-16   25-33   53-49   19-22   24-25   13-13   10-10   4-14   Randolph 34   Gasol 21         MC/OJM 5      Westbrook 40
  11   5/11       72-99      at OKC      L     2-3     18,203   17-17   18-29   35-46   17-25   20-28                          Gasol 15      Randolph 7       MC/OJM 4      Durant 19
  12   5/13       95-83      vs. OKC     W     3-3     18,119   23-21   21-33   44-54   28-14   23-15                          Randolph 30   Randolph 13      Conley 12     Westbrook 27
  13   5/15       90-105     at OKC      L     3-4     18,203   17-21   17-21   34-42   24-30   32-33                          Conley 18     Randolph 10      Conley 6      Durant 39
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