Monday, November 10, 2008

OJ Mayo

It's easy to focus on the negative. And there are definitely reasons to be worried about Mike Conley. Furthermore, any optimism a Grizzlies fan might have should be tempered. After all, the we're only eight games into the season, and the Grizzlies are two games under .500.


With that said, the Grizzlies are doing their best to turn this blogger into a believer, and it starts with OJ Mayo.

OJ Mayo has been fantastic so far. He's played like someone in his eighth season, not his eighth game.

If Chris Wallace and Michael Heisley haven't been right about anything in their entire lives, they're right about one thing: This team is worth watching.

If I was in Memphis, I think I would try to get tickets to the Knicks game on Wednesday.

Since I'm stuck in the Bay Area, I'll check in on the campaign to fire Kevin McHale. The Fire-McHale-O-Meter is indicating a status of "Nervous, but it's still early":











3 comments:

John said...

I'm with you on both Mayo and Conley. Second year, with the weapons he has around him I need to see a consistent 3:1 or at least 2:1 ratio as far as assists to turnovers go. Mayo is quickly establishing himself as one of the premier shooters in the league now if we could get him to drive to the basket to open it up even more. sorry i would ramble more but dinner is ready.

David Jones said...

How was dinner?

Sam said...

No post regarding the losing streak?