Darrell Arthur relishes small forward challenge on GrizzliesPosted by Inside Hoops
The last time Darrell Arthur found himself in this position, he was running around high school gymnasiums in the Dallas area.
Arthur last played small forward when his prep coach wanted to overwhelm an opponent by using a big lineup.
“I’d take my man into the post (on offense) and we’d play 1-3-1 (zone) on defense,” Arthur said, smiling. “I haven’t played it since.”
Arthur has been thrown a lot of curve balls with injuries during his NBA career. He admits having fun hacking away at this slider — playing the three spot behind Rudy Gay with usual reserve Quincy Pondexter out with a knee injury.
“I’m doing a decent job,” Arthur said.
Hollins agrees, though he clearly would rather add another player to the roster so Arthur can spend most of his time at his natural position of power forward.
– Reported by Ronald Tillery of the Memphis Commercial Appeal