Dillon Brooks

Dillon Brooks reportedly no longer a lock to make Canadian team

Memphis Grizzlies star and Mississauga, Canada native Dillon Brooks did not show up to the Canada Senior Men’s Basketball training camp this week, according to multiple reports. This comes about a month after Brooks was listed as one of 14 players who made a three-year commitment to represent his...
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The possibility of dealing Dillon Brooks

There are a lot of intriguing trade possibilities for the Memphis Grizzlies this offseason, and I’ll dive into them more over the next week and a half, but let’s start with Dillon Brooks. Brooks is the most polarizing Grizzly. He’s everybody’s favorite trade target, especially after a forgettable...
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Trading Dillon Brooks is probably a bad idea

I’m going to talk about Dillon Brooks, but I first want to talk about my family. If you’re wanting to get to know me, the first thing you should learn is that I deeply love my family, especially my parents. And how could I not? They’ve just always been there for me and would do anything for me. That doesn’t, however, mean that I always like them. They’re often quick to get on me because of various things, and they can annoy me to no end.

Jamal Murray, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Dillon Brooks among 14 players to represent Canada through 2024

Canada Basketball and the Senior Men’s National Team program revealed Tuesday the summer core roster ahead of the upcoming third window of the FIBA Basketball World Cup Qualifier. Fourteen of the country’s top players from across the NBA, NCAA and international leagues have committed to representing Canada between now and the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.

Dillon Brooks is Memphis’ Mr. Misunderstood

It was supposed to be a breakout season for Dillon Brooks. Dillon shined for Memphis to wrap up the 2020-2021 NBA season, proving to be a defensive menace and secondary scoring option to Ja Morant as the Memphis Grizzlies clinched this era’s first playoff berth. In those 5 first round games against the Utah Jazz, he averaged 25.8 points on 51.5% shooting and 40% from beyond the arc. Brooks also chipped in 4.2 rebounds per game and 2.2 assists per game in the series. His defense dropped off a little bit, as Donavan Mitchell was able to use the NBA rules to his advantage and get him in foul trouble, as DB fought through Rudy Gobert screens. Ultimately, though, it was a breakout for Dillon that had fans ecstatic heading into the 2021-2022 season.

Dillon Brooks Has Bold Message For Golden State Warriors

The Memphis Grizzlies were officially eliminated from the NBA playoffs on Friday night, losing Game 6 to the Golden State Warriors. Following the loss, Dillon Brooks had a message for his team's newest rival. Brooks wants the Warriors to know that the Grizzlies will be gunning for them next season.