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Tuesday, November 10, 2015

NBA: Grizzlies Out For Revenge on Warriors

Golden State's title defense is off to a fantastic start. One of their early-season signature wins came November 2 at home when they crushed Memphis by 50 points. The Grizzlies should have revenge on their minds when they host the Warriors on Wednesday.

At one point in their last match, the Warriors were down by a point. They went on to out-score the Grizzlies 72-27 in the second and third quarters. Reigning MVP Stephen Curry dropped 30 points in 28 minutes for the Warriors, who out-rebounded the Grizzlies 65-44 and out-scored them 36-10 on the fast break. Golden State looks even better than the team that rolled to the NBA title last season, and they seem to be playing with a chip on their shoulder.
Memphis didn't do themselves any favors last Monday, shooting 27.1% from the field in the franchise’s worst loss ever. Marc Gasol had 13 points and nine rebounds to lead the way for the Grizzlies. Making a statement against the champions would compensate for their slow start.
The Warriors are 7-3 SU and 6-4 ATS in their last 10 meetings with Memphis, who are 6-4 SU and 6-4 ATS in their last 10 at home against the Warriors.

NBA: Grizzlies Out For Revenge on Warriors

NBA Odds: Warriors Aim to Keep Rolling in Memphis
Golden State stomped Memphis by 50 points when the two met in Oakland on Monday, November 2. Now the Warriors travel to Memphis on Wednesday night and the Grizzlies will want payback.
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Stephen Curry led the charge with 30 points for the Warriors, who outscored the Grizzlies by 45 over the second and third quarters to put the game away. Marc Gasol managed 13 points for Memphis, who shot a miserable 27.1% from the field and after the first quarter. The Warriors have now won seven of their last 10 with Memphis.

NBA Odds: Can Warriors Continue Memphis Dominance?
Golden State has beat Memphis in seven of their last 10 meetings overall. Their first meeting of the regular season ended in a 50-point rout for the Warriors at home. Now the Grizzlies will try to get revenge when they host the defending NBA champions on Wednesday night.

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