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The Memphis Grizzlies defeated the Atlanta Hawks 103-88 in the Utah Summer League at Vivint Smart Home Arena on Monday.

A 27-20 first quarter in advantage of the Grizzlies really set a tone in this Summer League opener, as Memphis held off Atlanta for a wire-to-wire victory. The http://www.officialmavericksproshop.com/authentic-5-jose-juan-barea-jersey.html shooting disparity was the difference, with the Grizzlies connecting on 53 percent from the field and 52 percent from three-point range. They did that while holding Atlanta to just 38 percent from the field and 23 percent from three.
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The Lakers had the room Jose Juan Barea Jersey to sign Durant, like everyone else. But they signed Mozgov and Deng. The Hornets had the room to sign Durant. But they re-signed Nicolas Batum. The Wizards had the room to sign Durant. But they signed Ian Mahinmi and Andrew Nicholson. The Magic had the room to sign Durant. But they signed Bismack Biyombo and D.J. Augustin. (The http://www.seahawkshopfootballofficial.com/WOMENS-NAZAIR-JONES-JERSEY.html Magic traded Biyombo to the Hornets yesterday as part of a three-team deal that moved Mozgov to Orlando.)

The Celtics, too, had the room to sign Durant. They signed Al Horford.

This past season was the first with two-way players that can go between the NBA roster and the G League. Some two-way players are still under contract for next season. Those that aren’t can be restricted free agents if they were on the NBA team’s active or inactive list for 15 or more days of the NBA regular season and if Nazair Jones Authentic Jersey their team issued a qualifying offer.

Parity was at its best in the NBA in the 1970s — which is also when its popularity was lowest.

Once again: there was only one period in the history of the league that was, relatively, democratic, in the sense that there was no obvious dynasty dominating the game. From 1970-80, eight teams split up the titles: the Milwaukee Bucks (1971), the Lakers (’72 and ’80), the New York Knicks (’70 and ’73), the Celtics (’74 and ’76), the Warriors (’75), the Portland Trail Blazers (’77), the Washington Bullets (’78) and the Seattle SuperSonics (’79).