Memphis Grizzlies announce plans for Z-Bo’s jersey retirement ceremony
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) - The Memphis Grizzlies are planning some special events for the jersey retirement of former player Zach “Z-Bo” Randolph.
On Dec. 7, a new documentary film, #50ForDaCity, will be released. It details his journey in Memphis from his Z-bounds to his headband tosses, according to the Grizzlies.
On Dec. 10-11 fans will have the chance to receive tickets to Z-Bo’s retirement jersey game through the Claw Crews Mountain Dew Street Corners. You can follow @memgrizz on Twitter to find out where the crew will be throughout the day to snag tickets.
Also on Dec. 10, Randolph is making a stop at the Porter-Leath Toy Truck Drive here at Action News 5 from 2-3 p.m.
The NBA star’s jersey retirement game is set for Dec. 11 when the Grizzlies go toe to toe with the Houston Rockets at the FedExForum. Tickets are just $11. You can purchase them online at grizzlies.com/tickets or call 901-888-HOOP.
Artists like 8 Ball and MJG and Moneybagg Yo will perform throughout the game.
But before the game, fans can arrive early for the 2021 Memphis Holiday Parade on Beale Street where Z-Bo will be grand marshal. It kicks off at 3 p.m.
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