After getting a much-needed victory, the revamped Memphis Grizzlies appear to have a prime opportunity to keep their momentum going over the next two weeks.
The Grizzlies begin a string of five games versus sub-.500 opponents Sunday against the injury-plagued Minnesota Timberwolves, who've lost 14 of 16 and seven straight on the road.
Memphis (31-18) dropped three of its first four after dealing leading scorer Rudy Gay to Toronto on Jan. 30 - the second of two recent trades - and that caused coach Lionel Hollins to address his team before the start of a three-game homestand Friday.
"My conversation to them was about believing that they were a good team and committing to the process of being a good team again because we haven't been since we made the trades," he said.
The Grizzlies responded with a 99-93 victory over Golden State, a team that's in sixth place in the Western Conference and just behind Memphis in the standings. Marc Gasol had a team-best 20 po...