Golden State Warriors & Memphis Grizzlies
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Game preview: Golden State Warriors host the Memphis Grizzlies with a chance
It's the game day . Golden State Warriors vs Memphis Grizzlies, 9:00pm .
In the Western Conf. Semis, the Golden State Warriors will face the Memphis Grizzlies. Nothing is easy out West. Should be fun.
The San Antonio Spurs, Memphis Grizzlies and Golden State Warriors extended their respective winning streaks in NBA on Sunday.Defending champions Spurs won their seventh consecutive game after disposing of the Boston Celtics 111-89 at TD Garden. The return of coach Gregg Popovich, who missed two games due to an undisclosed medical procedure, proved timely. Popovich's Spurs trailed 49-45 at half-time after they were outscored by seven points in the second quarter. But the Celtics had no answer for the Spurs in the final two periods, with the San Antonio franchise outscoring the hosts 66-40 in Boston. The Spurs (12-4) had five players with five double-digit points - Daniel Green (18 points), Boris Diaw (15 points), Tim Duncan (14 points), Aron Baynes (13 points) and Kawhi Leonard (12 points). Jeff Green (16 points) led the way for the Celtics, who crashed to a fourth consecutive defeat. The Grizzlies (15-2) remain in control of the Western Conference thanks to a 97-85 road win against the Sacramento Kings. ...
First, thanks to Fish for coming in and rocking the place, playing every request that the crowd threw out at you! Nice job, bud, we will see you again! Sunday Funday is here, Cinco de Mayo weekend is rocking the place! Come on in and help us finish off our DosXX on draft! How does it go, oh yeah, "Stay Thirsty my Friends!" How about that Kentucky Derby, California Chrome and those "dumbasses"! Classic, what a race, won it going away! Some good game 7's last night, The Clippers and there banned owner take down the Golden State Warriors! Indiana advanced and so did the Brooklyn Nets and OKC took down the Memphis Grizzlies! It will be an exciting Round 2 in the NBA and we will have all the action! In the NHL, the Bruins came back from being down 3-1 and beat the Canadiens 5-3 to tie the series at 1 a piece going to Montreal! How about the LA Kings upsetting the Mighty Ducks in Game 1 in Anaheim in OT! That was exciting! Way to go Boots! Today we have game 2 at noon with Marissa's Blackhawks taking on ...
gg Memphis Grizzlies, Golden State Warriors, and Atlanta Hawks thank you for such an exciting first round series
Oklahoma City Thunder defeats the Memphis Grizzlies in game 7 with the home court advantage!! All the way to the finals this year OKC!!, also congrats Los Angeles Clippers for winning game 7 at Staples Centre. Sad still to see Golden State Warriors get knocked out of the playoffs though.
Rib and Ale combo only $10. The Rib and Ale combo is 3 baby back ribs or 2 pork spare ribs, 2 onion rings, fries, coleslaw and a 10oz, craft beer. Also, you get 10% off all import bottles. Three game 7's today in NBA playoff action. Indiana Pacers v Atlanta Hawks at 2:30pm, Oklahoma Thunder v Memphis Grizzlies at 5pm, and LA Clippers v Golden State Warriors at 7:30pm. Cheers, Larry
Tonight: come watch the Memphis Grizzlies take on the Oklahoma City Thunder @ 8pm and the Golden State Warriors at the Los Angeles Clippers @ 10:30pm! Great beer? Check. Great food? Check. Plentiful, large HDTVs?! CHECK! The NBA Playoffs are in full swing - and we'll have EVERY GAME!
Ok. So my first round picks i got Brooklyn Nets 4-2 over Toronto Raptor, L.A. Clippers 4-3 over Golden State Warriors,Indiana Pacers 4-2 over Atlanta Hawks, Oklahoma City Thunders 4-2 over Memphis Grizzlies, San Antonio Spurs 4-3 over Dallas Mavericks, Miami Heat 4-0 over Charlotte Bobcats, Washington Wizards 4-3 over Chicago Bulls, and Houston Rockets 4-3 over Portland Trailblazers. Who agrees with me.
NBA playoffs get started today and I think we have some solid first round matchups. East: Indiana Pacers over Atlanta Hawks in 7 Miami Heat over Charlotte Bobcats in 5 Toronto Raptors over Brooklyn Nets in 7 Washington Wizards over Chicago Bulls in 6 West: San Antonio Spurs over Dallas Mavericks in 5 Oklahoma City Thunder over Memphis Grizzlies in 6 Los Angeles Clippers over Golden State Warriors in 7 Houston Rockets over Portland Trailblazers in 5
Tomorrow on NBA Premium TV: NBA Playoffs 3:30am Golden State Warriors @ Los Angeles, R1G1 (Live) Replay at 6:00pm 9:30am Memphis Grizzlies @ Oklahoma City Thunder, R1G1 (Live) Replay at 8:30pm We're opening the postseason with action from the Western Conference. Set your alarms early. It's Playoffs time!
My Nba picks are as follow The Dallas Mavericks over the San Antonio Spurs the Golden State Warriors over the Los Angeles Clippers Chicago Bulls over the Washington Wizards the Memphis Grizzlies over the Oklahoma City Thunder the Brooklyn Nets over the Toronto Raptors the Charlotte Bobcats over the Miami Heat Indianapolis Pacers over the Atlanta Hawks the Portland Trail Blazers over the Houston Rockets those are my NBA picks
Breaking down the NBA playoff paths for the five teams fighting for the final four spots from the West: Memphis Grizzlies, Dallas Mavericks, Portland Trailblazers, Golden State Warriors, Phoenix Suns. Some really interesting trends to watch -- plus, a spreadsheet! memne.ws/1m4fqgv
The post season is still achievable for the Cavaliers despite winning only 2 of their last 7 ball games. The NBA playoff standings for 2014 are not set in stone yet as some teams are closing in on the bottom spots. The Atlanta Hawks have gone on a dismal 1-9 run in the last 10 games, allowing the Cleveland Cavaliers and Detroit Pistons to close in on the 8th spot. The Charlotte Bobcats and Brooklyn Nets are not that far ahead either. So the Eastern Conference playoff positionings could easily change in the coming weeks. Meanwhile, in the Western Conference, an 2-8 showing in the last 10 games for the Denver Nuggets has likely knocked them out of playoff contention. The Minnesota Timberwolves and Memphis Grizzlies are eying the bottom slots, while the Phoenix Suns, Dallas Mavericks, and Golden State Warriors are looking to hold on.
Which Raptor Games are left? and is any worth attending? Don't know if you ever been to a recent game, but the crowd, atmosphere and of course, Success. Has made it an Enjoyable raptor experience. Well we got it covered. Big Games, Weekdays, Sellouts! Floor Seats? Box with Friends? Group Rates? Yes! Covered. Meet & Greets? Giveaways, Contests... 2 Games Left in Feb!!! Orlando Magic & Washington Wizards 8 Games in March!!! vs Golden State Warriors, Sacramento Kings, The Detroit Pistons, Memphis Grizzlies, Phoenix Suns, Oklahoma City Thunder, Atlanta Hawks & Boston Celtics! In respectable order. 5 in April!!! vs Houston Rockets, Indiana Pacers, Philadelphia 76ers, New York Knicks & Milwaukee Bucks!! Get your tickets now!! Sold out games are ahead of us! raptorszonetv
My NBA prediction picks for day 101 of the 2013-2014 NBA season. San Antonio Spurs(36-14) over Charlotte Bobcats(22-28): 103-95 Atlanta Hawks(25-23) over Memphis Grizzlies(26-22): 98-95 Denver Nuggets(24-24) over Detroit Pistons(20-29): 109-101 Portland Trail Blazers(35-15) over Minnesota Timberwolves(24-26): 113-106 Houston Rockets(33-17) over Milwaukee Bucks(9-40): 106-86 Phoenix Suns(29-20) over Golden State Warriors(30-20): 107-104 Miami Heat(35-13) over Utah Jazz(16-33): 103-92 My record was 4-6 for Day 100 of the 2013-2014 NBA Season. My overall record is 470-276 for the 2013-2014 NBA Season. If you have any questions about my NBA prediction picks, just ask and I will try my best to answer your question.
The evening of Friday, January 24 was a historic one in the NBA. In New York, Carmelo Anthony set a franchise record with 62 points against the Charlotte Bobcats. In Houston, Chandler Parsons set an NBA record with 10 three-pointers in a half against the Memphis Grizzlies. Indiana Pacers star Paul George didn't set any records in Sacramento, but he did hit the shot of the night—a four-point play to send the Pacers to overtime, where they triumphed over the Sacramento Kings, 116-111. In Oakland, the Minnesota Timberwolves finally won a close game, 121-120, over the Golden State Warriors.
I had the fantastic opportunity to sing our National Anthem at the NBA game (Memphis Grizzlies vs. Golden State Warriors) Military Appreciation Night on November 9th, 2013. It was a pretty cool experience! Enjoy!
411: A huge second-half from Paul George has led the Indiana Pacers to a 103-96 overtime victory away to the New York Knicks in the NBA. The 35 points from George was the outstanding performance of the night, while Anthony shot 30 and grabbed 18 rebounds for the Knicks. It was the Knicks' sixth straight loss at Madison Square Garden with their last win at home occurring on October 20. The Portland Trail Blazers won their eighth straight game with a 91-82 win at the struggling Milwaukee Bucks. Condemning the Bucks to their sixth defeat in a row, the Trail Blazers wore their opponent down with LaMarcus Aldridge (21 points) and Damian Lillard (19 points) starring. In the second overtime game of the night, the Memphis Grizzlies earned a tough 88-81 win at the Golden State Warriors. The Grizzlies overcame a slow start to grind away at the Warriors, who were missing star point guard Stephen Curry. The Miami Heat continued to gather momentum as they crushed the Orlando Magic 120-92 on the road. LeBron James shot ...
Here are today's Must-See Matchups: Key Game: Indiana Pacers at New York Knicks: Last postseason, the Pacers eliminated the Knicks in the second round of the playoffs. With the absence of Tyson Chandler, Roy Hibbert will most likely take advantage. -Washington Wizards at Cleveland Cavaliers: Former overall picks John Wall and Kyrie Irving headline the matchup. Can Wall build on last night's success, or will Kyrie and the Cavs claim the victory? -LA Clippers at Minnesota Timberwolves: Last week, the Clippers defeated the Timberwolves in a close game. In the second game of this series, the Wolves will try to upset the Clippers. -Houston Rockets at Dallas Mavericks: Earlier this season, the Rockets decimated the Mavs in Houston. Dirk and Monta will try to give the Rockets a taste of their own medicine at home. -Memphis Grizzlies at Golden State Warriors: Despite the absence of Steph Curry, Igoudala and Thompson will seek to slaughter the Grizzlies, who currently hold a 3 game road win streak. -Jordan23
Important Years For Dirk, Aldridge, Love The middle of the Western Conference might be the most interesting storyline of the regular season. Six teams -- the San Antonio Spurs, Oklahoma City Thunder, Los Angeles Clippers, Memphis Grizzlies, Houston Rockets and Golden State Warriors -- seem to have separated themselves from the pack, leaving only two playoff spots available. A postseason appearance is particularly important for the Dallas Mavericks, Portland Trail Blazers and Minnesota Timberwolves, three franchises trying to keep an All-Star power forward in town. Barring injuries to a top team, there won't be lifeboats for all of them. Dirk Nowitzki, LaMarcus Aldridge and Kevin Love are too good to be annually missing the playoffs. Last season, injuries were the culprit for Nowitzki and Love, as their teams fell apart without them. Aldridge, meanwhile, was a good soldier on a team bringing along two lottery picks. As they move closer to the end of their contracts, the stakes are getting higher. With All- ...
After 82 games of playoff posturing and three physically grueling rounds of postseason hoops, the 2013 NBA Finals stage is set. In one corner stand the mighty Miami Heat, winners of a league-best 66 games in the regular season and thus the team rewarded with home-court advantage. Miami needed seven games to dispose of the pesky Indiana Pacers in the Eastern Conference Finals, but they carried an otherwise largely unblemished playoff record through the first two rounds. On the opposite end lie the San Antonio Spurs, a battle-tested group that largely skated free of major media attention before dismantling a trio of playoff competitors. San Antonio has been idle since completing its four-game sweep of the Memphis Grizzlies on May 27. This veteran squad has suffered just two playoff losses (both to the Golden State Warriors) in 14 games. But enough on how these teams got here; it's time to focus on the factors that will determine which club will hoist the Larry O'Brien Trophy when the final buzzer has sounde ...
Crystal ball time: Which 2013 postseason darling comes out looking better in 2014, the Golden State Warriors or the Memphis Grizzlies?
We will carry Memphis Grizzlies at Oklahoma City Thunder tomorrow night and San Antonio Spurs at Golden State Warriors Thursday on ESPN 1320
WEST:  OKC Thunder vs Memphis Grizzlies. I give the Grizzlies the edge due to Zach Randolph and Marc Gasol's domination on the paint. I don't think Serge Ibaka's shot-blocking prowess is enough to contain either. Thunder's other big man, Kendrick Perkins, is all intense looks, less production (defense or offense). Yet still, there's no one in OKC's roster who could make up for Russell Westbrook's absence. Kevin Martin is a shooter, not a playmaker. Memphis' Mike Conley will control the series, no doubt. Doesn't matter if Kevin Durant scores 30+ each time out... It's a team game and the Grizz, with no legit superstar, have proven that time and again.  San Antonio Spurs vs Golden State Warriors. On account of their proven cohesiveness and playoff experience, the Spurs—starring (its less hyped, much ignored but most effective trio of) Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili and an able batch of back-ups—will dominate this series. The Warriors may escape with one (or two) win but even if David Lee ...
PICK ! Oklahoma City Thunder -14.5 Vs the New Orleans Hornets. $1.92. PROFESSOR'S POINTERS * OKC are too formidable at home. It's a high line but when Durant and Westbrook get going they spread game margins in a matter of minutes. PICK ! Memphis Grizzlies over 97.5 points Vs the Dallas Mavericks PROFESSOR'S POINTERS * This can appear as a rough bet as the Grizzlies play a slow tempo, half-court offense. However, the Mavs give up 104.5 points on the road and the Grizzlies are 17-0 when scoring over 100 points this season. * The Mavs are weak defensively in the back court. Look for Zach Randolph to have his way in the post and for Marc Gasol to make great decisions with his court vision and awareness to create high percentage baskets. PICK ! Tyson Chandler over 11.5 rebounds Vs the Golden State Warriors. $1.87 Sportsbet. PROFESSOR'S POINTERS * With David Lee suspended and Andrew Bogut injured, the Knicks will boast a size advantage in this game. Lee's suspension will allow more shots to come from Curry, Jac ...
F*** the Lakers f*** Memphis Grizzlies f*** San Antonio Spurs f*** the Chicago Bulls f*** the Miami Heat f*** the Boston Celtics f*** the LA Clippers f*** the Milwaukee Bucks f*** the Golden State Warriors f*** the Oklahoma City Thunder f*** the Sacramento Kings f*** the Cleveland Cavaliers f*** the Charlotte Bobcats f*** the New Orlean Hornets and if I missed anybody f*** them too KNICKS NATION !!! LMS if rep ya fav team
After word surfaced that the Memphis Grizzlies are finally actively pursuing a trade of forward Rudy *** in order to get under the luxury tax, CBS Sports has learned that the Golden State Warriors have been involved in the discussions.
Sheesh, was thinking of going to the Memphis Grizzlies game against the Golden State Warriors, but tickets cost more than 49er game tickets.
Today's Must-See Matchups: -Memphis Grizzlies at Boston Celtics-The Grizzlies enter Boston hungry for a win against the struggling Celtics. Will the Grizzlies tear apart the Celtics, or will the Celtics find some luck at home? -Dallas Mavericks at Miami Heat- The two most recent champions fight again tonight. LeBron and Dirk, the most recent Finals MVPs headline the game. -San Antonio Spurs at Milwaukee Bucks- Two very unique backcourts meet in Milwaukee. Which duo will reign supreme? -New Orleans Hornets at Houston Rockets-Austin Rivers and Jeremy Lin patrol the backcourt. Lin has given us a glimpse of Linsanity recently. Will we see it again? -Brooklyn Nets at OKC Thunder- Two potential playoff contenders battle it out in OKC. Can Westbrook lead the Thunder to a win against Deron Williams and his Nets? -LA Clippers at Golden State Warriors- The Pacific division leaders look to gain an edge on one another. The Clippers look to get back in the win column, while Stephen Curry and the Warriors plan to send ...
Golden State Warriors guard/forwardBrandon Rushwill be sidelined for the remainder of the 2012-13 season after suffering a torn ACL in his left knee during the first quarter of last night’s game against the Memphis Grizzlies, the team announced today.
During last night's game between the Golden State Warriors and Memphis Grizzlies, Warriors forward Brandon Rush came down hard during a play in the first quarter...
Head to a VIP suite at the Staples center to catch Blake Griffin and the boys battle the Memphis Grizzlies, Golden State Warriors or San Antonio Spurs.
If anyone is interested in going to a Bulls game this year here are dates where I will be selling tickets this year. I will also sell packages if you would like to go to more than one game. Message me if you're interested and we can talk about the price. I have two tickets for each game and prices range from $40-70 a ticket. They are section 306 row 10 seats 7 & 8. Below are the dates! Tues. Nov. 6 vs. Orlando Magic 7pm. Mon. Nov. 12 vs. Boston Celtics 7pm. Mon. Nov. 26 vs. Milwaukee Bucks 7pm. Wed. Nov. 28 vs. Dallas Mavericks 7pm. Sat. Dec. 8 vs. New York Knicks 7pm. Mon. Dec. 31 vs. Charlotte Bobcats 2pm Sat. Jan. 12 vs. Phoenix Suns 7pm Sat. Jan. 19 vs. Memphis Grizzlies 7pm Fri. Jan. 25 vs. Golden State Warriors 7pm Mon. Jan. 28 vs. Charlotte Bobcats 7pm Mon. Feb. 11 vs. San Antonio Spurs 7pm Mon. Mar. 18 vs. Denver Nuggets Thu. Mar. 21 vs. Portland Trail Blazers Sun. March 31 vs. Detroit Pistons 6pm Tues. April 9 vs. Toronto Raptors 7pm More games may be available later and if I sold you a game ...
I would put my money on the Golden State Warriors before the Memphis Grizzlies all day!
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison is in advanced talks to buy the NBA's Memphis Grizzlies, CSNBayArea.com reported on Saturday. Ellison made a failed bid almost two years ago to buy the Golden State Warriors, and he subsequently made an unsuccessful bid for the New Orleans Hornets. The site asserts that acco...
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The 2012 Philadelphia 76ers join the 1994 Denver Nuggets, the 1999 New York Knicks, the 2007 Golden State Warriors and the 2011 Memphis Grizzlies as the only 8 seeds to beat the 1 seeds.
If these two 8th seeds played a series, which one would win: the 2006-07 Golden State Warriors or the 2010-11 Memphis Grizzlies?
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