The Grizzlies are currently in a tight NBA Playoff battle with the Los Angeles Clippers, down two games to three in the first round.
“As hard as we work folks just always try to overlook us,” says the hitmaker, who has churned out tracks for Rick Ross, Chris Brown and Young Jeezy to name a few. “Always trying to call us the underdogs, even with the basketball team the Memphis Grizzlies. We swept the #1 seed last year, the San Antonio Spurs, and got to round two with OKC [Oklahoma City Thunder.] We lost to them in a seven game series and still really didn’t get much respect.”
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This year the Grizz started off four seeds higher than last year drawing Blake Griffin and his Los Angeles Clippers in the first round of the Western Conference playoffs.
This year we entered the playoffs the fourth seed and it’s people still ‘Oh, Memphis ….’ It’s always something someone got to say about our success. We just striving to be the household name, city of Memphis.”
The Grizz look to tie their series up at three a piece this Friday night in Los Angeles. Check your local listings for times.
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