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Topic - Tony Allen
Kevin Durant got back to playing like he's used to against a Memphis team that had to change things up at the worst possible time.
The Memphis Grizzlies might have all summer to think about their dismal effort Thursday night.
Likely NBA MVP Kevin Durant and the Thunder are one loss away from a 1st round exit. Now The Oklahoman calls him "Mr. Unreliable." Wizards fans, rejoice.
Tony Allen has been getting on people's nerves for years. The 10-year veteran was on the NBA's All-Defensive first team in 2012 and 2013 and was on the second team in 2011.
Kevin Durant is tired of hearing about Tony Allen's defense.
Kevin Durant put a dazzling end to Memphis' gritty comeback.
The Memphis Grizzlies had every reason to ease up in the regular season finale after pushing hard the past three months to reach the postseason.
The intensity of the Memphis Grizzlies returned and so did the character of a team that has struggled the past two weeks.
Tony Allen scored 18 points and Converse Judson outscored Allen 16-4 in the third quarter to pull away for a 52-41 win Friday night in the Class 5A semifinals.
With Tony Allen back, the Memphis Grizzlies were able to turn up their defense pressure and hold off the Los Angeles Clippers down the stretch.
Mike Conley could return from an ankle sprain against the Wizards on Tuesday, but the status of backcourt mate Tony Allen is uncertain, too. Can Wall and Beal capitalize?
Memphis Grizzlies controlling owner Robert Pera is starting his second season in charge of an NBA team, and he's already calling out Michael Jordan.
The Grizzlies want to make sure everyone knows that just because Tony Allen was fined $5,000 for flopping by the NBA, it doesn't mean the key foul he drew in Game 2 of the Western Conference finals wasn't a flagrant.
Tony Allen was filling up his tank at a gas station when he realized just what the Grizzlies' stunning run through the NBA playoffs mean to Memphis as Tennessee fends off the overflowing Mississippi.
Coach Lionel Hollins offered his Grizzlies just the antidote to any overconfidence they might be feeling after an amazing comeback victory from 16 points down.
"It's not just about building a statue; it's about creating a movement of responsibility in our nation," said Tony Allen, a Florida events producer and marketing consultant who heads the board of the newly formed Responsibility Foundation Inc.
"Despite the previous foundation not being able to get off the ground, we just want to pick it up and run with it," he said. "It's such a great idea."