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James Rogers
Husband & father. Apple Fan. LSU Tiger, Memphis Tiger, and Memphis Grizzlies fan for life. Currently writing for AppleAtTheCore, iPadInsight, and iPhoneInsight
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Memphis Apr 14
hit this button if you still love the Memphis Grizzlies.    ████    ████    ████   ◥██████◤    ◥████◤     ◥██◤       ◥◤
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James Rogers Apr 14
Replying to @RealGM
His LONG injury history will scare away some. Above the MLE is a risk.
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James Rogers Apr 11
Replying to @jmay11
Josh Selby and Tony Wroton both went to bad teams and got to play after leaving Memphis. Neither developed that much.
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James Rogers Apr 3
Replying to @iMore @MobileNations
It’s amazing how far home automation is behind commercial building automation.
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Jon Wilner Apr 1
National rankings of Villanova recruiting classes past five years per 247sports: 36th 48th 29th 45th 28th
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James Rogers Apr 2
You would think all of the liberals on Twitter would remember reading The Crucible in high school. I think I’ll pass on following every word of a teenager placed on a pedestal. You are a child when you need a shield, but a celebrity mud-slinger yourself, when you don’t.
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James Rogers Mar 31
We are all Ramblers today. I love watching this team play basketball.
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James Rogers Mar 17
Replying to @davidhogg111
That’s grand talk. Now back it up with some transparency. Disclose how much money you have accepted from Democratic or liberal-leaning PACs or from George Soros funded political organizations to fund what you are doing. Hard to claim centrality or independence if you don’t.
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Theresa Mar 16
University of Millions of Brackets Crushed
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Dan Wolken Mar 16
Just spoke with Jairus Lyles’ whole family who is here from Maryland. Get this: Both his parents are UVA grads.
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James Rogers Mar 16
Hats off to your team and school. That was a special performance. It was against my bracket champ pick, but it was still fun to watch.
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James Rogers Mar 15
If he had bothered to give a damn about the school and fans that gave him $3 million a year and recruited adequate talent to compete (never been an issue at Memphis before), then he would still have the job. He brought this on himself.
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James Rogers Mar 14
Replying to @DdotJAY30
I liked the Tubbt hire at the time, but he was a terrible fit and he brought this on himself. It’s as if he tried to alienate the fan base. That doesn’t work, even if you are winning.
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Justin C. Sims Mar 14
What do you think Xavier Munford is up to nowadays?
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John Martin Mar 14
Don't let somebody who's never reported on/lived in/cared about Memphis until today tell you how to feel.
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Michael Wallace Mar 14
Briante Weber said he was in Memphis initially to play against the G League Hustle, then saw on Twitter he was being signed by the Grizzlies to a 10-day contract. "Then my agent called and said go over to the other hotel."
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James Rogers Mar 11
Replying to @badamsufl
It might come to that, since Tubby refuses to recruit on a workable level.
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Cam Rose Mar 11
"It pisses me off that a team like the Grizzlies, who have been better than us for the last six years, can just have a completely awful season and now they'll get Ayton to build around." - Feed me your tears
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James Rogers Mar 11
Replying to @DanWolken
UT can’t get past the Sweet 16. I don’t know who laid the curse on them, but they have failed with at least 2 better teams than this one in the past 12 years.
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Brandon Abraham Mar 11
The Grizzlies had a hustoric run for their franchise for the greater part of the last decade. As notes, one bad season doesn't erase all the memories that came with the success. Joe's latest is a must-read for Grizz fans.
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