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    Memphis Grizzlies vs Golden State Warriors May 13, 2022 Game

    Memphis Grizzlies vs Golden State Warriors May 13, 2022 including live play-by-play and highlights

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    Highlights

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    Golden State Warriors Highlights vs. Memphis Grizzlies

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    Dillon Brooks with 7 3-pointers vs. Golden State Warriors

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    Dillon Brooks (30 points) Highlights vs. Golden State Warriors

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    Stephen Curry (29 points) Highlights vs. Memphis Grizzlies

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    Desmond Bane (25 points) Highlights vs. Golden State Warriors

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    'Game 6 Klay' drills 8 triples in series-clincher

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    Klay Thompson hits the 3-point dagger

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    Klay hits the big-time dagger triple to close out Grizzlies

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    Draymond Green cuts for the slam off the excellent Warriors ball movement

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    Curry, Thompson send Warriors into Western Conference finals

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    By JANIE McCAULEY - AP Sports Writer

    Game Recap

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) This kind of playoff triumph is three years in the making for Klay Thompson, who endured countless hours of rehab and heartache to reach this point again.

    And after another spectacular shooting performance on the big stage, coach Mike Brown just wanted to offer up a congratulatory hug.

    Instead, Thompson told Brown how much he will miss him next season when Brown takes over the Sacramento Kings - but they still have plenty of basketball left together.

    Thompson knocked down eight 3-pointers on the way to 30 points, Stephen Curry scored 29 with six 3s, and the Warriors eliminated the Memphis Grizzlies with a 110-96 win in Game 6 on Friday night.

    A trip to the Western Conference finals is next, and coach Steve Kerr should be healthy from his bout with COVID-19.

    ''Honestly, especially the perspective I've gained from the injuries I've had, to now be able to compete at highest level and be one of the final four teams, it's a feeling that's hard to describe honestly,'' Thompson said. ''It's truly amazing and it just inspires me to keep going because I think we still have great basketball ahead of me.''

    Curry found his shooting touch late and made two straight baskets for a 78-77 lead entering the final 12 minutes. Draymond Green contributed 14 points, 15 rebounds and eight assists. Kevon Looney returned to the starting lineup and grabbed 22 rebounds while Andrew Wiggins scored 10 of his 18 points in the fourth with a pair of timely 3s.

    It was Curry and Green who pushed for Looney to start after the Warriors discussed it on the flight home from Memphis after Wednesday's embarrassing defeat.

    Golden State - sent home by Memphis in the play-in tournament last year - withstood a testy series to advance to the conference finals for the first time since 2019, when the franchise reached its fifth straight NBA Finals before losing to Toronto.

    The third-seeded Warriors will face the Phoenix-Dallas winner in the conference finals. Game 7 of that series is Sunday in Phoenix.

    Thompson is back shining in the playoffs after his 2 1/2-year absence with a pair of serious injuries, first recovering from surgery for a torn ACL in his left knee and then an operation for a torn right Achilles tendon.

    ''That's Klay. He expects to go out there and play great,'' Brown said. ''We expect him to go out there and play great.''

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    Warriors vs. Grizzlies

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    MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- — The Memphis Grizzlies fought off elimination with the highest-scoring performance in their franchise's postseason history.

    And with All-Star guard Ja Morant cheering from the bench. Then Morant upped the ante by chanting “Grizz in seven!”

    Jaren Jackson Jr., Desmond Bane and Tyus Jones each scored 21 points and the Grizzlies routed the Golden State Warriors 134-95 on Wednesday night to force a sixth game in their Western Conference semifinal.

    “We’ve exceeded expectations ever since I’ve been here,” Bane said. “It almost seems whenever someone thinks we can’t do something, we end up doing it. So I never want to put a limit on this team on what we can do because anything's possible.”

    Dillon Brooks added 12 points for Memphis. Ziaire Williams and Brandon Clarke had 11 apiece and De'Anthony Melton 10. Steven Adams had 13 rebounds, six offensive as Memphis outscored Golden State 24-5 on second-chance points.

    The Grizzlies never trailed, turning in their best performance of this series to pull within 3-2 even with Morant out a second straight game because of a bone bruise in his right knee. They improved to 4-11 when facing elimination.

    “We knew what was at stake,” Jackson said. "We didn’t change anything, though. We just calmed down, looked at the film, understand what we had to take away from the last game and just went out there and executed.”

    Memphis scored 77 points in the first half, the most in franchise postseason history. The Grizzlies pushed their lead to 55 in the third quarter, threatening the three biggest postseason blowouts in NBA history. Their 52-point lead after three tied for the largest in a playoff game in the past 70 years.

    “Obviously, this was a very impressive win for our group, great bounce-back for sure,” Memphis coach Taylor Jenkins said.

    When Memphis fans chanted “Whoop That Trick! Whoop That Trick!” early in the fourth, Stephen Curry laughed on the court while Draymond Green swung a towel in unison with the crowd. Green said he doesn't respect people who only bring energy when winning.

    “When you spew it out, you’ve got to be willing to take it and not hide from it and not duck from it and not hide from it. Embrace it,” Green said. "So, I appreciated the crowd tonight and the energy they brought to the game. If they want to whoop that trick, we’re going to whoop it together.”

    Game 6 is Friday night in San Francisco, where the Warriors have won five straight playoff games and their last seven overall.

    Klay Thompson led Golden State with 19 points, Jonathan Kuminga added 17, Curry had 14 and Damion Lee and Moses Moody each had 10.

    The Warriors lost for the first time with assistant Mike Brown filling in for coach Steve Kerr, who missed his second straight game since testing positive for COVID before Game 4. Thompson said they expected to close out this series only to play “like a shell of ourselves.”

    “It was awful," Thompson said. “It was embarrassing from the opening tip. We didn’t have great flow. They were more aggressive than us, reflecting their 30 free throws to our 13.”

    The Grizzlies got back to doing the things that helped them post the second-best record during the regular season. They outrebounded Golden State for the first time in this series 55-37, dominating the offensive boards 18-4. They forced 22 turnovers and got their best production from the bench of this series.

    Golden State, thanks to Jordan Poole coming off the bench, had outscored Memphis' reserves each of the first four games. Facing elimination, the Grizzlies had a 28-8 edge through the first two quarters and finished with a 52-35 margin. Poole had three points.

    Memphis led 38-28 at the end of the first quarter and continued a 24-8 run into the second quarter to go up 53-36. They finished the second on a 20-4 run, including 14 straight, to outscore Golden State 39-22 for a 77-50 lead at halftime.

    Then the Grizzlies opened the third quarter outscoring Golden State 20-6. They kept pushing, outscoring Golden State 42-17 in the third for a 119-67 lead going into the fourth.

    Brown benched most of his starters by 3:44 of the third, and Jenkins followed to start the fourth resting up for a flight to California and Game 6.

    TIP-INS

    Warriors: The 39-point loss was the fifth-largest playoff loss in franchise history and largest since a 40-point loss to the Clippers on April 21, 2014, in Game 2 of the first round. They're the sixth team in the past 10 years to lose by 39 or more in a game that didn't end a series. Four of the previous five won the next game. ... The 77 points allowed in the first half matched the most allowed all season. They also gave up 77 on Jan. 13 at Milwaukee. ... The Warriors also fell to 12-4 in Game 5s since 2015. ... Otto Porter Jr. played 12 minutes before being sidelined by a sore right foot.

    Grizzlies: They matched their most first-half points, also scoring 77 against New Orleans on March 8. ... They went 20-5 without Morant during the regular season and are 1-1 in this series.

    Source : www.espn.com

    Golden State Warriors vs Memphis Grizzlies: 4 winners and losers from Game 4

    The Golden State Warriors defeated the Memphis Grizzlies in Game 4 of their playoff series. Here's a look at four winners and losers.

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    Golden State Warriors vs Memphis Grizzlies: 4 winners and losers from Game 4

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    The Golden State Warriors were able to erase a double-digit fourth quarter deficit against the Memphis Grizzlies in Game 4 of their playoff series Monday night.

    With Memphis looking to tie the Western Conference Semifinals series at two inside San Francisco’s Chase Center, the team came out and played exceptional defense. It was clear from the get that head coach Taylor Jenkins had Memphis ready to go without star guard Ja Morant (knee) in the mix.

    Unfortunately, it just was not enough for the Grizzlies to even the series. Despite holding a 12-point fourth quarter lead, Memphis couldn’t compete with Golden State’s veteran experience.

    Dillon Brooks struggled with shot selection. Stephen Curry took over in the final stanza. The end result was a 101-98 win for the home team and a 3-1 series lead. Below, we give you four winners and losers from the Golden State Warriors three-point Game 4 victory in San Francisco.

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    Winner: Stephen Curry comes up clutch for the Golden State Warriors

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    At one point Monday night, Curry was 1-of-10 from three-point range with three turnovers as the Warriors struggled big time getting anything going. The team scored 38 first-half points and looked to be in trouble in the fourth quarter.

    That’s when Curry stepped up big time. The three-time champion scored a resounding 18 points in the final stanza as Golden State overcome a doublle-digit deficit against the Morant-less Memphis Grizzlies.

    Stephen Curry stats (Game 4): 10-of-25 shooting, 4-of-14 3-point, 32 points, 5 rebounds, 8 assists

    Those are not typical Curry-like numbers. As we saw with Milwaukee Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo earlier in the evening, he was not efficient. Even then, the Warriors needed their star to step up when it counted the most. He did that en route to leading Golden State to a 3-1 series lead.

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    Steve Kerr tests positive for COVID-19, will not coach Golden State Warriors in Game 4

    Loser: Dillon Brooks returns for the Memphis Grizzlies, lays an egg

    Brooks was suspended for Game 3 after a hard foul on Gary Payton II led to the Warriors guard suffering a season-ending elbow injury the previous game. Once Brooks returned to the court inside Chase Center, he was met with widespread boos from Warriors fans. As expected.

    If you ask those who follow the Memphis Grizzlies, it wasn’t unexpected to see Brooks take some absolutely atrocious shots throughout the game. That included missing on multiple three-point attempts in the final stanza when everything looked forced on Brooks’ end. In fact, that could be said throughout the game.

    That’s just atrocious stuff right there. Brooks ended up shooting 5-of-19 from the field with 12 points and four turnovers. He missed on 7-of-9 from distance and finished minus-5 in 39 minutes. Regardless of his deensive ability, Brooks has to provide more on the other end of the court. Period.

    Winner: Memphis Grizzlies’ Tyus Jones fills in well in Ja Morant’s stead

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    Grizzlies head coach Taylor Jenkins talked about Morant’s absence ahead of Game 4, indicating that he’s not expecting anyone to fill in for the star guard. The idea was for those who are playing to do a little bit better.

    “I always say it’s not about doing more, it’s just doing better. It’s just executing our system better on the offensive end, the way we play with pace and share the ball. Guys elevated their games during those stretches and then defensively, obviously, we did not play to our standard the last game.”

    Memphis Grizzlies’ Taylor Jenkins on game plan without Ja Morant

    While the likes of Brooks and others struggled to do anything, Jones stepped into a starting role and played extremely well. The former first-round pick from Duke scored 19 points on 8-of-18 shooting while adding six rebounds and five assists.

    More than these basic stats, Jones continued to put pressure on the Warriors’ defense. It got to the point where acting head coahch Mike Brown had to put Andrew Wiggins on the point guard. If Morant is forced to miss Game 5 on Wednesday, the Grizzlies won’t have to worry too much about what Jones will bring to the table from an individual perspective.

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