MEMPHIS - On a night where the Grizzlies celebrated a 103-91 season-opening win over the Pelicans, much of the postgame discussion was on the booing of Chandler Parsons.
Parsons, who continues to battle back from numerous knee surgeries, not happy with the reaction of the home fans and neither are his Grizz teammates.
Parsons said said he knew how hard he worked over the summer, said he would view every game as a road game from her on out.
"They can boo me, they can sarcastically cheer me, they can do whatever they want," he said of fans after the game. "It's just tasteless. It makes no sense. We're athletes, we're human beings, you know. I don't know them personally. It's just a little strange to me."
Mike Conley supported Parsons after the game. "I hate to see the boos so early on. That affects him."