Posted March 24, 2013 on AP on Fox
The Memphis Grizzlies have done a great job taking care of their home court, but the road has been the problem lately. For the Washington Wizards, home has been where they've enjoyed their most success. The Grizzlies will try to avoid their first four-game skid outside Memphis in two seasons on Monday night when the Wizards - making a brief stop back in the nation's capital - go for their first six-game run at home in six seasons. Led by a season-high 30 points from backup guard Jerryd Bayless, Memphis (47-22) won its 10th in a row at home on Saturday, 110-106 over Boston. The Grizzlies, though, are winless in their last three outside Memphis as they get set for games at Washington (25-44) and New York. Memphis, which last dropped four straight away games during a six-game skid from Nov. 15-Dec. 6, 2010, had won four in a row and seven of eight on the road prior to this stretch. Getting back into the win column might be tough as the Wizards have matched their longest home winn...
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