Ronald Dupree

#12SF,
Height: 6' 7"
Weight: 209
Born:
College: LSU
Birth Place: Biloxi, Mississippi
Draft: Undrafted
  • MikeCheck: Grizzlies Offseason Outlook – Marc Gasol
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    MikeCheck: Grizzlies Offseason Outlook – Marc Gasol

    – What’s next for the Memphis Grizzlies? Who stays? Who goes? How will the Grit’N’Grind era continue to evolve? Those questions and more face the Grizzlies as they embark on an offseason destined for change after their seventh consecutive playoff trip ended in a six-game series loss to the Spurs in the opening round. There’s plenty of optimism moving forward. There’s also clearly something most fans, players, coaches and executives agree on: 43 wins, a No. 7 seed in the playoffs and a first-round exit aren’t good enough. Over a stretch of 17 weekdays, we’ll dive into our ‘Offseason Outlook’ series that breaks down my personal analysis as to where each player on the Grizzlies’ roster stands, in

  • The Seattle Times

    Glacier Peak finds the back of the net early, erases recent quarterfinal frustrations

    Danny Guerrero could feel his team’s spirits soar. One goal was all the Glacier Peak High School boys soccer team needed after three failed attempts to get past the state quarterfinals in the past four seasons. Under coach Kyle Veach, the memory of painful quarterfinal losses to Lakeside, 4-2 in 2016, and Auburn Riverside, 3-2 in 2015, were particularly haunting thanks to poor starts in each. Guerrero’s successful penalty kick in the 22nd minute was the key to confidence as the Grizzlies broke through for their first berth in the Final Four since 2011 and first as a Class 4A school with a 2-0 win over Skyline in Saturday’s state quarterfinal match at Skyline High School. “It just feels good to