The Memphis Grizzlies are off to a solid start on a stretch of three games in three nights.
They have a good chance for further success with the Golden State Warriors in town.
The Grizzlies look for a third straight victory overall Tuesday night and a sixth consecutive win over the Warriors, who are hoping to avoid a season-high six-game losing streak.
In the midst of five games in six days, Memphis (29-22) won the final two of a three-game road trip, culminating Monday in a 94-88 victory at Western Conference-leading Oklahoma City that snapped the Thunder's six-game winning streak.
It also gave the Grizzlies even more momentum as they try to make the best of their back-to-back-to-back, which concludes Wednesday at Dallas.
"It's pretty much just go out and hoop every day," said O.J. Mayo, whose 22 points against the Thunder included a key 3-pointer with 17 seconds left. "We play games every day, so we just try to go out and compete and give ourselves the best chance of winning....