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MEMPHIS (24 - 16) at OKLAHOMA CITY (23 - 16)
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Wednesday, 1/11/2017 8:05 PM
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706OKLAHOMA CITY-4.5-5.5
MEMPHIS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games24-16+20.221-1920-2099.348.342.5%52.598.648.943.3%53.1
Road Games10-9+8.69-1014-5102.349.743.9%48.3104.551.646.2%53.3
Last 5 Games3-2-1.33-24-1107.251.645.3%48.4105.451.446.9%52.8
MEMPHIS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)99.348.336-8442.5%9-2634.8%19-2478.5%521121249125
vs opponents surrendering104.352.539-8545.2%10-2735.8%18-2377.0%521022208135
Team Stats (Road Games)102.349.737-8443.9%10-2836.5%18-2379.9%48921249124
Stats Against (All Games)98.648.934-7943.3%10-2834.7%21-2873.4%53920217145
vs opponents averaging104.65339-8545.4%10-2736.1%18-2376.4%521023208135
Stats Against (Road Games)104.551.636-7946.2%10-2836.8%21-2974.4%53921217145

OKLAHOMA CITY - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games23-16-0.421-1715-23106.954.046.1%55.2105.053.345.2%51.5
Home Games14-6-1.212-79-10110.155.147.3%56.2102.251.443.8%51.8
Last 5 Games2-3-13-23-2110.457.647.8%52.2107.856.644.4%53.2
OKLAHOMA CITY Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)106.954.040-8646.1%9-2632.9%19-2673.3%551122207145
vs opponents surrendering105.352.939-8645.4%10-2735.8%18-2377.1%521022208135
Team Stats (Home Games)110.155.141-8747.3%9-2733.1%19-2673.7%561023208155
Stats Against (All Games)105.053.339-8745.2%9-2535.1%18-2475.0%521022218135
vs opponents averaging105.15339-8645.3%10-2735.8%18-2376.4%521022208145
Stats Against (Home Games)102.251.438-8743.8%8-2631.7%17-2473.2%521119218144
Average power rating of opponents played: MEMPHIS 96.2,  OKLAHOMA CITY 94.2
MEMPHIS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/3/2016LA LAKERS103-100W-2.5W197.5O41-8846.6%511135-8143.2%5218
12/5/2016@ NEW ORLEANS110-108W4.5W196O42-10440.4%701439-9939.4%6111
12/10/2016GOLDEN STATE110-89W13W211.5U38-8743.7%541034-7744.2%4923
12/13/2016@ CLEVELAND86-103L14.5L201U35-8640.7%481537-8145.7%5617
12/21/2016@ DETROIT98-86W6W189U35-8242.7%43826-7236.1%6217
12/26/2016@ ORLANDO102-112L-3L193O35-7646.1%42644-8750.6%539
12/27/2016@ BOSTON103-113L7.5L198O37-8842.0%521141-8548.2%5417
12/29/2016OKLAHOMA CITY114-80W-1.5W197.5U43-8252.4%501225-7433.8%5518
12/31/2016@ SACRAMENTO112-98W-2W195.5O44-8750.6%41731-7243.1%4812
1/3/2017@ LA LAKERS102-116L-5L207O30-7739.0%491042-8251.2%549
1/4/2017@ LA CLIPPERS106-115L-1.5L196.5O38-8843.2%47937-7350.7%5813
1/6/2017@ GOLDEN STATE128-119W13.5W216O50-10348.5%571241-8349.4%5216
1/11/2017@ OKLAHOMA CITY              
1/13/2017@ HOUSTON              
1/18/2017@ WASHINGTON              
1/27/2017@ PORTLAND              

OKLAHOMA CITY - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/4/2016NEW ORLEANS101-92W-6W214.5U41-8946.1%661536-9836.7%6211
12/5/2016@ ATLANTA102-99W4W212U37-8046.2%561934-7744.2%4818
12/13/2016@ PORTLAND95-114L2.5L219U33-8737.9%572043-8053.7%4813
12/14/2016@ UTAH89-109L7L199U30-8236.6%44942-7258.3%4514
12/21/2016@ NEW ORLEANS121-110W-1.5W209O45-8851.1%551042-8847.7%439
12/23/2016@ BOSTON117-112W5.5W211.5O41-8051.2%551341-9344.1%5312
12/27/2016@ MIAMI106-94W-4.5W203.5U42-8251.2%561736-8243.9%4412
12/29/2016@ MEMPHIS80-114L1.5L197.5U25-7433.8%551843-8252.4%5012
12/31/2016LA CLIPPERS114-88W-9W209.5U37-7847.4%47931-7541.3%4615
1/2/2017@ MILWAUKEE94-98L2L213.5U36-7846.2%471038-7948.1%5110
1/4/2017@ CHARLOTTE112-123L2L209O42-9643.7%561437-8046.2%5411
1/5/2017@ HOUSTON116-118L8.5W227.5O41-9145.1%57941-8647.7%529
1/9/2017@ CHICAGO109-94W1W209.5U47-8356.6%461234-8440.5%4611
1/13/2017@ MINNESOTA              
1/15/2017@ SACRAMENTO              
1/16/2017@ LA CLIPPERS              
1/18/2017@ GOLDEN STATE              
1/23/2017@ UTAH              
1/25/2017@ NEW ORLEANS              
MEMPHIS: BACKCOURT: PG Mike Conley's huge contract raised some eyebrows, but he earned it. He's suffered from playing too many minutes the past couple seasons, so the team's hoping rookie PG Wade Baldwin is a capable backup right away. If not, Conley will again have to spend too much time on the court. With SG Tony Allen and SG Vince Carter at the 2, the Grizzlies could use some youth there, too. Perhaps sharpshooting SG Troy Daniels can help. . . . FRONTCOURT: PF Zach Randolph looks like an anachronism in today's league, but his scoring moves defy changing play and his own aging. JaMychal Green proved himself capable at the same position, adding depth and versatility to the lineup. C Marc Gasol and SF Chandler Parsons are both recovering from surgery, and both have skill sets that don't exist elsewhere on this roster. . . . BOTTOM LINE: Betting on this team's health is a precarious proposition, but so is betting against their grit. They'll almost certainly be healthier than last year, and can put out a wider variety of lineups than in years past.
OKLAHOMA CITY: BACKCOURT: It's not hard to see why PG Russell Westbrook is an MVP favorite: He's smack in the middle of his prime and he's entering a season as the undisputed No. 1 option for the first time in his career. He's never had a backcourt partner as good as SG Victor Oladipo, who is underrated after getting little national attention in Orlando. SG/SF Andre Roberson may start alongside them, creating terror on the defensive perimeter. . . . FRONTCOURT: It's a new-look frontcourt without Kevin Durant and Serge Ibaka. Centers Steven Adams and Enes Kanter are a great defense-offense combo, respectively, but are too lumbering to see the court together regularly. Rookie PF Domantas Sabonis looks ready to contribute right away, which he will probably need to. SF Kyle Singler has quietly improved over the course of his young career. . . . BOTTOM LINE: It's worth tuning in on any given night for the possibility of Russ putting up a 40-15-15 line, but how much can he do by himself? Watching him dominate the ball will be fun for a while, but the role players here don't inspire a ton of confidence.
Thunder developing scorers entering tilt with Grizzlies

OKLAHOMA CITY -- It seems like every team in the NBA that is a legitimate title contender has some sort of "Big Three" in their lineup. From Golden State to Cleveland, offenses revolve around the scoring of their trios or foursomes in some instances.

Yet, for most of this season, Oklahoma City has pretty much been a "Big One." In many cases, Russell Westbrook has been the first, second and last option for the Thunder.

But lately, Oklahoma City has been building the foundation for their own really "Big Three." Along with Westbrook, centers Steven Adams and Enes Kanter are becoming more consistent offensive weapons as the Thunder enter Wednesday's game against the Memphis Grizzlies.

Against Chicago on Monday, the two centers combined for 42 points and 16 rebounds. They shot 20 of 25 from the field as the Thunder earned an easy 109-94 victory. In Oklahoma City's win over Denver, Kanter and Adams tallied 30 points and 12 boards.

Kanter and Adams' emergence has given Oklahoma City more options to run its offense through instead of always having Westbrook initiate the plays.

"It makes it easier for everybody," Thunder guard Andre Roberson said. "That's what we try to do all along or with Russ. Try to put two on the ball and find the open man. That's how the game is played. They do a good job of passing out of the double team and taking advantage of it."

Westbrook will still overwhelmingly dominate the action offensively for the Thunder. But now, he at least is gaining trust that he doesn't have to do it by himself.

"My hand is always on the game," Westbrook said. "I just pick my spots and see what's open and what's not."

When the Thunder (23-16) face the Grizzlies (24-16) at the Chesapeake Energy Arena, they will be taking on a squad that may be one of the few teams in the league built to battle them. With Mike Conley at point guard and Marc Gasol at center and Zach Randolph coming off the bench, they have a similar "Big Three" makeup.

But that wasn't the case earlier in the year. With Randolph coming off the bench for the first time, he has had to get adjusted to his new role.

But recent success against Golden State and Utah may mean more playing time together for Randolph and Gasol.

"I think teams are happy with the way we're playing, taking pressure off of them honestly," Randolph told ESPN. "Some guys told me on that other teams: 'Shoot, we're happy y'all guys aren't playing together anymore. It gives us a break.' It's already been proven. We've done proved enough and showed it. I think that's not the question. It's just coach wanting to play different and do a different style."

When the Grizzlies beat the Thunder Dec. 29 in their only other matchup so far this season, there were some pretty upset players in the Oklahoma City locker room when it was over. It revolved around reserve guard Troy Daniels heaving up a couple of late 3-pointers in the final seconds the 114-80 contest. It's something Roberson has not forgotten.

"At the end of that game I felt we got disrespected in a way," Roberson said. "They were launching 3s at the end. I didn't take that too kindly. It leaves a taste in your mouth after the game to be honest with you. We remember that."

Last Updated: 5/27/2018 12:52:16 PM EST

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