Tonight the Utah Jazz host the Memphis Grizzlies. Memphis, as we all know, is the historically significant city of the Pharaoh Menes. It was a seat of power for many dynasties, and is the final resting place of The King, Elvis Presley. During it's Golden age of craftsmen it was believed to be under the eternal protection of the very God of craftsmen, Ptah. One of the biggest reasons why Memphis grew so much and became so powerful was it's place at the head of the Nile river delta, where it is assumed many artisans first crafted the Nile river delta blues. Today Memphis is under the rule of , and the city of the White Walls features , , , and . So, not as white anymore.
Today the Grizzlies are an above .500 club, but are 27th in ORTG, and 17th in DRTG. In a direct comparison, the Jazz are 12th and 16th respectively. Of course, like anything dealing with our Jazz today we have to come to terms with injuries. Derrick Favors is questionable. Utah isn't the only club playing without their full roster, though. For Memphis Matt Barnes is out with an NBA suspension (for his brutality towards ). and Brandan Wright are also out. And James Ennis and are both with their NBA D-League team. Of course, most of the best players for the Jazz are out, while most of the best players for the Girzz are in.is still out. is still out. is still out. And
On paper this should be an easy win for, , , , , , and Gasol. It's going to be really up to , , , , , and to make something out of this one.