Behind the brilliance of the Grizzlies’ backcourt, Memphis completes the 2-game road trip sweep. The Memphis Grizzlies went on the road to the nation’s capital for their last road game of the first half on Tuesday night and left with a tested, yet convincing victory.
The Grizzlies consistency from the corner three is helping their offense improve overall. As the Grizzlies are finishing up their first half of the 2020-2021 NBA season, it is fair to say that this team surely has experienced more than its fair share of ups and downs.
The Grizzlies are vibing... The goal was simple for the Memphis Grizzlies heading into Tuesday night’s matchup against the Washington Wizards - win, and you finish the first half of the season at .500.
Justise Winslow found his groove on Sunday night against the Houston Rockets by going 4-of-4 from the field early on. In just his fourth game back after a lengthy absence, Winslow led the Grizzlies with 20 points and two blocks off the bench in a decisive victory over the Rockets 133–84.
Memphis commanded a game decided well before 48 minutes elapsed. The Memphis Grizzlies capitalized on a golden opportunity to add to the win column. Their opponent, the Houston Rockets, were losers of their last ten and sputtering thanks to owning the league’s worst three-point percentage.
It’ll be a doozy. I am jazzed to bringing you a March Grizzlies prediction post. Speaking of “Jazz,” the Grizzlies will be facing Utah’s team three times in the month of March, including in a back-to-back on the road.
The Rockets never left the ground... The Memphis Grizzlies traveled to Houston on Sunday night to finish the month of February against the Rockets. The Rockets was riding a 10-game losing streak, and in search of finding their way.
Having a good backup point guard is valuable WHO: Memphis Grizzlies (14-14, 7-9 home) vs. Los Angeles Clippers (23-11, 11-5) WHEN: 7 PM CT WHERE: Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota HOW TO WATCH/LISTEN: Fox Sports Southeast/NBA League Pass/92.9 FM ESPN Memphis INJURY REPORT: MEMPHIS: OUT Jaren Jackson Jr.
In a statement victory over one of the best teams in the NBA, the Grizzlies showed which boxes need to be check for them to win. After a much-needed two-day break following a six game and eight night stretch, the Memphis Grizzlies played their best game of the 2020-2021 season so far against the Los Angeles Clippers in 122-94 victory.
Hustle lose another close one, this time to Dusty Hannahs and the Warriors The Hustle returned to action on ESPN2 to face off against Dusty Hannahs and the Santa Cruz Warriors just 24 hours after their narrow loss to the G-League Ignite.
Jarrett Jack and Jonathan Kuminga put the Hustle away late The Hustle played arguably the most watched game of the season earlier today when they took on the 5-3 G-League Ignite team highlighted by NBA prospects Jalen Green and Jonathan Kuminga.
Now, we have the 2nd half of the 2020-21 season on our calendars. The NBA released the schedule for the 2nd half of the 2020-21 season. The Memphis Grizzlies will be playing 40 games over a span of a little over two months.
Postponements coupled with seemingly inevitable future schedule disruptions have resulted in team officials asking what happens if a club can't finish all 72 planned regular-season games before the start of the playoffs.