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Grizzlies deliver Kings' fourth straight loss


Grizzlies deliver Kings' fourth straight loss

Then he was called for a second technical when he got caught up with Memphis guard Jamaal Tinsley in the fourth, sending Casspi to the locker room.

"Hopefully, I can appeal to the league, I think," Casspi said afterwards. "I didn't do anything wrong, and that's about it. It was the first time in my life to get ejected from a game. "I hope it's not going to happen again."

Notes

Evans drew a lot of pre-game attention from the media and early-arriving fans. Evans played his only season of college ball for the University of Memphis. The game featured the NBA's least experienced teams. The Grizzlies" average is 3.13 years, the youngest in the league, while the Kings are second with an average experience of 3.43. ... ...Tinsley scored early in the second quarter, his first points since the middle of the 2007-08 season. Tinsley, signed by the Grizzlies Nov. 14, had not scored in his first two games with Memphis. He finished with 7 points. ... Late in the first half, the Kings had their International team on the floor with all five players coming from different countries: Casspi from Israel, Andres Nocioni from Argentina, Beno Udrih from Slovenia, Sergio Rodriguez of Spain and Spencer Hawes from the United States.


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Added: November 24, 2009

 

 
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