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MEMPHIS (13 - 27) at DENVER (21 - 20)
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MEMPHIS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games13-27-14.215-2314-2599.152.244.4%48.2102.454.245.3%51.1
Road Games5-14-6.48-109-9100.552.745.9%45.4104.257.447.3%50.1
Last 5 Games2-3+0.14-13-2110.460.647.3%52.4110.862.047.9%49.2
MEMPHIS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)99.152.236-8144.4%9-2735.0%18-2378.8%48921237145
vs opponents surrendering10653.539-8645.9%10-2936.1%17-2276.4%511023208145
Team Stats (Road Games)100.552.736-7945.9%10-2537.9%18-2380.2%45820237145
Stats Against (All Games)102.454.236-8045.3%10-2837.7%20-2676.8%511021217145
vs opponents averaging107.154.140-8546.3%11-3036.4%17-2276.8%511023208145
Stats Against (Road Games)104.257.437-7947.3%10-2637.0%20-2775.0%501022217144

DENVER - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games21-20-8.819-2018-23107.353.046.4%52.9106.154.747.4%48.5
Home Games14-5+1.911-88-11110.955.048.3%53.7103.552.546.2%47.7
Last 5 Games2-3-82-22-3108.450.248.2%50.2108.456.047.6%49.8
DENVER Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)107.353.040-8646.4%11-3136.3%16-2274.2%531124178155
vs opponents surrendering105.953.139-8646.0%10-2936.5%17-2276.7%511023208145
Team Stats (Home Games)110.955.041-8548.3%11-3036.8%17-2472.7%541127178155
Stats Against (All Games)106.154.741-8647.4%11-2937.1%14-1975.5%49924208145
vs opponents averaging105.552.939-8546.0%10-2936.4%16-2176.7%511023208145
Stats Against (Home Games)103.552.540-8646.2%11-3136.3%13-1873.5%48925218154
Average power rating of opponents played: MEMPHIS 96.8,  DENVER 95.5
MEMPHIS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/6/2017@ NEW YORK88-99L1.5L197U29-7041.4%331535-6752.2%5117
12/9/2017OKLAHOMA CITY101-102L5W197O39-8844.3%601436-9239.1%6510
12/13/2017@ WASHINGTON87-93L7.5W199.5U31-8138.3%491736-7746.8%5515
12/20/2017@ GOLDEN STATE84-97L9.5L204U28-8433.3%521634-7445.9%5016
12/21/2017@ PHOENIX95-97L-3.5L203U39-9043.3%57933-8140.7%5210
12/23/2017LA CLIPPERS115-112W-3T198O40-9044.4%53939-8048.7%4810
12/26/2017@ PHOENIX97-99L-1.5L204U35-8740.2%461032-7244.4%5919
12/27/2017@ LA LAKERS109-99W3.5W202O35-7149.3%471035-9337.6%6411
12/30/2017@ GOLDEN STATE128-141L14W206O49-9452.1%46750-8558.8%4310
12/31/2017@ SACRAMENTO114-96W2W192O41-7653.9%521637-8643.0%5016
1/2/2018@ LA CLIPPERS105-113L6L205.5O38-7948.1%471439-7154.9%4319
1/10/2018NEW ORLEANS105-102W-1W210U37-8842.0%61934-7744.2%5012
1/12/2018@ DENVER              
1/15/2018LA LAKERS              
1/17/2018NEW YORK              
1/20/2018@ NEW ORLEANS              
1/24/2018SAN ANTONIO              
1/26/2018LA CLIPPERS              

DENVER - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/4/2017@ DALLAS105-122L2L209O38-9141.8%56749-8657.0%477
12/6/2017@ NEW ORLEANS114-123L5.5L222O41-9443.6%50946-8653.5%5911
12/8/2017@ ORLANDO103-89W2W218U42-8549.4%511233-8339.8%5014
12/10/2017@ INDIANA116-126L5L217.5O43-9545.3%582149-9352.7%4511
12/12/2017@ DETROIT103-84W7W211U40-7950.6%461728-7935.4%4820
12/13/2017@ BOSTON118-124L6T208.5O45-9149.5%531547-7959.5%3713
12/15/2017NEW ORLEANS117-111W-1.5W221O46-10046.0%571543-9147.3%5419
12/18/2017@ OKLAHOMA CITY94-95L4.5W211.5U37-8643.0%541139-8148.1%4610
12/22/2017@ PORTLAND102-85W-2W202.5U42-8549.4%581435-8342.2%449
12/23/2017@ GOLDEN STATE96-81W8W216.5U38-8246.3%531832-8338.6%4717
12/27/2017@ MINNESOTA125-128L4.5W211.5O42-9146.2%55947-9052.2%506
1/6/2018@ SACRAMENTO98-106L-8.5L205.5U35-7646.1%562542-9444.7%479
1/8/2018@ GOLDEN STATE114-124L10T227.5O47-9549.5%451148-8556.5%5016
1/13/2018@ SAN ANTONIO              
1/17/2018@ LA CLIPPERS              
1/25/2018NEW YORK              
MEMPHIS: The Grizzlies' streak of seven straight playoff appearances could come to an end. The Western Conference is more competitive and Memphis needs Chandler Parsons to be healthy and shooting at his best to complement Mike Conley and Marc Gasol. Parsons signed a four-year, $94 million deal a year ago as the player the Grizzlies hoped finally would be the outside shooting threat they've wanted for years. But Parsons wound up playing only 34 games shooting just 26.9 percent from 3-point range before being sidelined in March by yet another knee surgery, this on his left knee. His pay, combined with the big deals given to Conley and Gasol, limited how much Memphis could spend this offseason. Head coach David Fizdale needs several young Grizzlies to quickly develop to keep opponents from smothering Conley and Gasol.
DENVER: Despite having improved by seven games in 2016-17, the Nuggets still missed the playoffs for a fourth straight season. Jamal Murray, Jameer Nelson and Emmanuel Mudiay are competing for minutes at point guard. If one of the trio can take command at the point and the Nuggets can improve on the defensive end, Denver could make the leap to a playoff-caliber squad. All-Star Paul Millsap, who signed a three-year deal worth about $90 million, should fit in seamlessly with fellow big man Nikola Jokic.
Nuggets aim to recover vs. Grizzlies

Denver Nuggets coach Michael Malone was upset after his team allowed 40 points off 26 turnovers in a loss Sacramento on Saturday night, and more accepting of another one at Golden State two nights later.

Falling to the NBA champions after playing hard is understandable. What isn't is his team losing to the worst team in the league, at home, when it comes at the end of a five-game road trip for the Atlanta Hawks, who handed the Nuggets a 110-97 loss Wednesday.

The good news is Denver doesn't have to wait long to try to atone for its effort from Wednesday.

The Nuggets (21-20) host the Memphis Grizzlies, a Western Conference team struggling nearly as much as Atlanta.

"I'm not going to use the word embarrassing because that would be disrespectful to Atlanta," Malone said. "You've got to give them credit. They came in here and beat us. But for us to come out with the lack of energy, lack of a sense of urgency was really disappointing. At the end of the day I put this loss on me."

Like the Hawks, the Grizzlies (13-27) are coming off a win over a playoff hopeful in the New Orleans Pelicans.

Memphis has started to play well after a tough stretch in which it lost 19 of 21 games. Since then, the Grizzlies are 4-4, including a 105-102 win over New Orleans on Wednesday night.

It was a rare close win for Memphis, and it came after a four-day break it the schedule that helped the team iron out some issues.

"We talked about it was kind of a minicamp for us, but it was much-needed," center Marc Gasol told The Memphis Commercial Appeal after Wednesday's win. "Obviously, in the month of December, we had so many games and so little time to practice. Once you have that little window to practice, you have to take advantage of it. Obviously, there's the downside where you might be a little tired and you might be a little gassed. But it was completely worth it and needed."

The Grizzlies, perennial playoff participants, appear headed to the lottery but have a sliver of hope of reaching the postseason. They're seven games out of the No. 8 seed and could get guard Mike Conley (Achilles) and forward Chandler Parsons (right knee) back from injury.

Denver has dealt with injuries all season, and got some good news this week about forward Paul Millsap. Millsap, who had surgery to repair ligament damage in his left wrist, had his cast removed this week and has started some light workouts.

The hope is he can return soon after the All-Star break, but the timetable is fluid.

Getting the power forward back in the lineup could help center Nikola Jokic, who has had three tough games in his last four. After averaging 18.4 points in eight December games, he is averaging just 12.2 in five January games. He scored eight points each against Utah and Sacramento, and against Atlanta he was 4 of 21 from the field, missed all eight of his 3-pointers and finished with nine points. He did get 12 rebounds and seven assists but has struggled while playing some power forward with center Mason Plumlee.

Jokic wasn't the only one who struggled against the lowly Hawks.

Only Gary Harris, who was 11-for-14 shooting for a game-high 25 points, hit better than 50 percent from the field among the top rotation players.

Considering where the Nuggets were last year, below .500 and scratching to get into playoff position, they are not panicking yet.

"Look, look, look, we're 21-20," Harris said. "It could be a lot worse."

Last Updated: 1/21/2019 12:22:52 PM EST

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