<span><strong>Memphis Grizzlies guard Dillon Brooks (24) drives against Denver Nuggets guard Gary Harris in the second half of an NBA basketball game Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018, in Memphis, Tenn.</strong> (AP Photo/Brandon Dill)</span>

What Dillon Brooks' injury means for the Grizzlies

Plus, a Game Day preview of Grizz at Bucks

Dillon Brooks exited Grizzlies practice on Tuesday afternoon with a brace on his left knee and a cane in his right hand. It’s a disappointing turn in what had already been a disappointing start to the second season for the team’s unexpected break-out rookie of last season.

Conley’s 24 points not enough as Jazz send Grizzlies to first home loss

The Grizzlies weren’t just missing shots. No, they were missing so badly that a spontaneous Tony Allen conversation broke out on press row. How bad was it? The official play-by-play sheet for the early minutes of the first quarter looked like a reading of beauty pageant contestants: MISS K. Anderson, MISS M. Gasol, MISS J. Jackson, MISS G. Temple …

Grizzlies: Ten Takes After Ten Games

Ten games does not a season make, but it’s close enough to draw some preliminary conclusions. The Grizzlies have played four games at home and six on the road. Record-wise, they’ve played two of the league’s three best teams (Warriors, Nuggets) and three games against two of the league’s three worst (Suns, Wizards). What do we think we know so far? Here’s an annual taking of the temperature, now at a new home. Ten takes after ten games.

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