Zach Randolph became a beloved Grizzly – and a beloved Memphian – during his time in the Bluff City from 2009 until this year when he left for the Sacramento Kings. But when he first joined the Grizzlies he had a troubled history. Here’s a look at some incidents of Z-Bo’s pre-Memphis days. Ayrika Whitney/USA TODAY NETWORK – Tennessee
Memphis Grizzlies forward Zach Randolph argues a non-foul call during action agains the San Antonio Spurs in the fourth game of their NBA first round playoff series at the FedExForum. (Photo: Mark Weber, The Commercial Appeal)Buy Photo
Former Grizzlies forward Zach Randolph is back in his comfort zone as opposed to a jail cell.
Randolph, who had marijuana possessions charges dropped earlier this month, joined the Sacramento Kings for training camp this week. He also declared his innocence.
“I felt that I was wrongfully arrested. Things that was put out there wasn’t true,” Randolph told Sacramento media. “But I don’t want