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Memphis out-paces Indiana

In a battle between the current eighth-seeded teams in both the Eastern and Western Conference, nobody appeared more playoff-ready than the 17,013 boisterous fans at FedExForum Saturday night. Though, to be fair, the home team gave them plenty of opportunities for timely cheers and standing ovations.
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Preview: Grizzlies vs. Pacers

The Grizzlies will look to complete a season series sweep tonight when they face the Indiana Pacers at FedExForum. It’s been over three months since these teams last faced each other, and now with less than 15 regular season games remaining both teams find themselves fighting for a playoff spot. Behind Rudy Gay’s 30 points the Grizzlies defeated the Pacers 104-90 in Indianapolis on Dec. 26th. However tonight, Memphis will need someone other than Gay to step up as Gay remains sidelined nursing a left shoulder injury. Meanwhile on Jan.

Preview: Grizz to take on Knicks in NY tonight

Eight days after a last-second shot by Carmelo Anthony sank the Memphis Grizzlies, the Grizz match-up with the New York Knicks in hopes of avenging the crushing home defeat on March 9. Memphis split a pair of games in the ensuing week and remains entrenched in the eighth and final spot of the Western Conference playoff race, but with road games looming against the East’s top two teams, Boston and Chicago, this may be its best opportunity for another win away from home this month.
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MVP Party moved to FedExForum

Autograph session will start at 2 p.m. at Coventry Health Care Practice Facility --- MEMPHIS, March 26, 2011 The Memphis Grizzlies’ 10th Annual Season Ticket Holders MVP Party, originally scheduled to take place today at Golf and Games Family Park, will be moved to the Coventry Health Care Practice Facility at FedExForum due to inclement weather. The party, which is open to all Season Ticket Holders and media members but not to the general public, will run as an autograph session starting at 2 p.m.

Injury Update: Rudy Gay

MEMPHIS, March 14, 2011 - Grizzlies forward Rudy Gay underwent a follow-up magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) today on his left shoulder, which revealed that while the shoulder is healing from a subluxation, it needs more time to fully recover. There is no timetable for his return. The 6-8, 240-pound forward has missed the last 10 games after suffering the injury on Feb. 15 vs. Philadelphia.
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