The Memphis Grizzlies have been unbeatable at home lately and are preparing to open the postseason on their own court for the first time in team history when they host the Los Angeles Clippers.
The Grizzlies are riding a franchise-best 11-game winning streak at home. They went 26-7 at the FedExForum in this shortened season, but they do not plan on resting on that success in their first-round Western Conference series against the Clippers.
''We still have got to come out and play,'' Memphis forward Zach Randolph said Saturday.
''We can't just think because we've got home-court advantage it's going to be easy. It's a basketball game. We've got to come out focused with the understanding that we have our fans behind us, which is going to give us more energy and we're going to feed off of that. But we've still got to be ready and have a defensive mindset.''
The Clippers won two of the three games between these teams in the regular season with each winning at home.
The Grizzlies' de...