MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) – Memphis Grizzlies star player Zach Randolph has been named to the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame in 2023.
Randolph is a two-time NBA All-Star who has made a name for himself not only in the city of Memphis, but on the national scene as well.
“No one is more synonymous with the ‘Grit and Grind’ era of the Memphis Grizzlies than Zach Randolph. His play on the court and his dedication to the city of Memphis off the court have captivated Grizzlies fans throughout his time in the Bluff City,” said Brad. Willis, executive director of the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame. “We are thrilled to have Zach Randolph as part of the 2023 class of the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame.”
Randolph joins former Titans linebacker Keith Bullock, Former Nashville Predators captain Mike Fisher, Memphis football linebacker Tim Harris, MTSU baseball legend Steve Smith, golfer Lauren Roberts, Bristol Motor Speedway co-founder Carl R. Moore, ETSU basketball coach and director of athletics Les Robinson, Lady Wall track star and Lady Vol. gold medalist Tianna Madison as 2023 Inductees. The full Tennessee Hall of Fame Class of 2023 will be released in the coming weeks.
The 2023 Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame induction ceremony, presented by the Tennessee Titans, will be held Saturday, July 22 at the Omni Downtown Nashville. Ticket information will be announced later.
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