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MEMPHIS (6 - 16) at GOLDEN STATE (5 - 19)
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MEMPHIS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games6-16-1.28-1410-12108.754.645.2%53.0117.056.646.6%55.0
Road Games3-6+4.73-64-5105.652.043.8%51.0116.656.147.7%55.0
Last 5 Games1-4+1.51-42-3104.847.842.6%52.8111.852.645.4%55.6
MEMPHIS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)108.754.641-9145.2%11-3134.2%15-2076.8%531026228155
vs opponents surrendering109.154.440-8945.1%12-3334.9%18-2376.8%541024228155
Team Stats (Road Games)105.652.040-9143.8%11-3233.2%15-1976.0%51926239165
Stats Against (All Games)117.056.642-9046.6%13-3537.5%20-2578.9%551025208156
vs opponents averaging110.655.440-8945.5%12-3335.8%18-2477.2%541024218155
Stats Against (Road Games)116.656.141-8647.7%12-3140.0%22-2781.7%551025207167

GOLDEN STATE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games5-19-5.611-1311-13104.752.543.4%51.7114.059.347.5%54.0
Home Games2-7-24-54-5107.254.144.3%52.2113.058.846.2%52.7
Last 5 Games1-4-2.32-31-494.250.643.2%49.2106.056.046.4%51.4
GOLDEN STATE Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)104.752.538-8843.4%9-2832.6%19-2382.5%521024198145
vs opponents surrendering111.155.241-8945.6%12-3435.2%18-2377.5%541024228155
Team Stats (Home Games)107.254.138-8644.3%10-2934.6%21-2583.6%52925207144
Stats Against (All Games)114.059.342-8947.5%14-3539.8%15-2075.9%541126208146
vs opponents averaging110.555.340-8845.3%12-3435.7%18-2477.2%531023218155
Stats Against (Home Games)113.058.841-8946.2%13-3437.7%18-2278.7%531225207135
Average power rating of opponents played: MEMPHIS 96.6,  GOLDEN STATE 96.1
MEMPHIS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/8/2019@ ORLANDO86-118L8L208U32-8637.2%461844-9347.3%639
11/11/2019@ SAN ANTONIO113-109W10.5W223.5U44-8750.6%531142-9046.7%4813
11/13/2019@ CHARLOTTE119-117W2.5W222O48-9053.3%502243-8848.9%4415
11/19/2019GOLDEN STATE95-114L-6.5L221.5U36-8840.9%451243-9047.8%6214
11/23/2019LA LAKERS108-109L8W226.5U43-8948.3%551938-8445.2%5116
11/25/2019@ INDIANA114-126L10L216.5O46-9747.4%47851-9454.3%5513
11/27/2019LA CLIPPERS119-121L6W227O43-9246.7%592044-9546.3%5115
12/1/2019@ MINNESOTA115-107W12W231U41-10041.0%611133-8538.8%5916
12/4/2019@ CHICAGO99-106L6.5L223U37-9638.5%581233-7742.9%5820
12/7/2019@ UTAH112-126L11.5L218O43-8153.1%361445-8056.2%4722
12/9/2019@ GOLDEN STATE              
12/11/2019@ PHOENIX              
12/18/2019@ OKLAHOMA CITY              
12/20/2019@ CLEVELAND              
12/23/2019SAN ANTONIO              

GOLDEN STATE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/1/2019SAN ANTONIO110-127L7L222.5O39-8446.4%431144-9347.3%5711
11/6/2019@ HOUSTON112-129L16L228.5O38-9639.6%581048-9749.5%6112
11/8/2019@ MINNESOTA119-125L12W227.5O43-10341.7%601948-11143.2%7317
11/9/2019@ OKLAHOMA CITY108-114L12.5W216O42-8549.4%391543-7954.4%4318
11/13/2019@ LA LAKERS94-120L8.5L219.5U36-8940.4%411748-8953.9%6019
11/17/2019@ NEW ORLEANS100-108L3.5L226U37-9140.7%581037-8941.6%5613
11/19/2019@ MEMPHIS114-95W6.5W221.5U43-9047.8%621436-8840.9%4512
11/20/2019@ DALLAS94-142L14.5L215.5O35-9038.9%44951-8957.3%6312
11/22/2019@ UTAH109-113L16W208.5O43-9445.7%41843-8550.6%5617
11/25/2019OKLAHOMA CITY97-100L7.5W212.5U37-8941.6%501240-8547.1%5115
11/29/2019@ MIAMI105-122L11.5L208O30-7739.0%39944-8253.7%5815
12/1/2019@ ORLANDO96-100L8W204U36-9139.6%571037-8742.5%6012
12/2/2019@ ATLANTA79-104L6.5L222.5U33-8339.8%542341-8946.1%4714
12/4/2019@ CHARLOTTE91-106L3L213U36-7846.2%451640-8746.0%5213
12/6/2019@ CHICAGO100-98W4.5W216U38-7153.5%511939-8844.3%4014
12/11/2019NEW YORK              
12/13/2019@ UTAH              
12/18/2019@ PORTLAND              
12/20/2019NEW ORLEANS              
MEMPHIS: LAST SEASON: 33-49, finished tied for 12th in Western Conference.
COACH: Taylor Jenkins (first season).
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: F/C Jaren Jackson Jr. (13.8 ppg), G Ja Morant (rookie), C Jonas Valanciunas (15.6), G/F Dillon Brooks (7.5), F Jae Crowder (11.9).
KEY LOSSES: G Mike Conley, G Jevon Carter, G Delon Wright.
KEY ADDITIONS: Morant, G Grayson Allen, F Brandon Clarke, Crowder, G Marko Guduric, F Solomon Hill, G Tyus Jones, G/F Jon Konchar, G De'Anthony Melton, C Miles Plumlee.
PLAYERS TO WATCH: Jackson is fully recovered from the bruised right quadriceps muscle that limited his rookie season to 58 games, and the No. 4 pick overall in 2018 has even grown a little bit. Morant played his way into the No. 2 draft pick overall in June, and now the 6-3 guard will get to showcase his speed, passing skills and court vision surrounded by players closer to his talent level than he did in college at Murray State. Valanciunas earned an extension from Memphis and now must prove he can keep producing double-doubles regularly.
OUTLOOK: Marc Gasol and Conley both are gone, and it's up to Jackson and Morant to lead this rebuilding process for Memphis after the Grizzlies revamped the roster as much as possible in one offseason. This season may not be pretty at times, but at least the Grizzlies have hope for the future based on a duo they hope will become big stars. The franchise just may have to wait a couple seasons or more for a return to the postseason.
GOLDEN STATE: LAST SEASON: 57-25, lost 4-2 to Toronto in NBA Finals.
COACH: Steve Kerr (sixth season, 322-88).
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: G Stephen Curry (27.3 ppg), G D'Angelo Russell (21.1 with Brooklyn), F Draymond Green (7.4), F Alfonzo McKinnie (4.7), C Kevon Looney (6.3).
KEY LOSSES: G/F Kevin Durant, G Shaun Livingston, G Andre Iguodala, C DeMarcus Cousins, G Quinn Cook.
KEY ADDITIONS: G Russell, C Willie-Cauley Stein, F Robinson III.
PLAYERS TO WATCH: All-Star guards Curry and Russell getting in sync with their communication on the court, which might be a work in progress but they seem to be having fun as they shoot together at practice the way Curry and Durant used to do with good-natured competitions. Curry is the oldest player on the team at 31.
OUTLOOK: The new-look Warriors lost two-time NBA Finals MVP Durant to Brooklyn. After five straight trips to the Finals, they will look to find their way in new Chase Center with the leadership of returning veterans Curry and Green as Klay Thompson works back from left knee surgery after he tore his ACL in a Game 6 Finals loss to the Raptors that clinched Toronto its first title. Thompson's surgery was July 2 and he is expected to be out at least until the All-Star break, leaving Curry and Russell as backcourt mates in the meantime.
Healthy Warriors hopeful in again facing skidding Grizzlies

The Golden State Warriors are expected to suit up 12 healthy players for the first time since before Halloween when they host the Memphis Grizzlies on Monday night.

Golden State welcomed back Draymond Green, D'Angelo Russell and Kevon Looney during their just completed five-game Eastern swing, which they capped with a 100-98 win at Chicago on Friday.

All 11 Warriors who suited up scored against the Bulls.

Warriors coach Steve Kerr indicated at the end of the trip that Jacob Evans, who has missed the last 21 games with a strained left adductor, has been given the green light to join the action on the two-game homestand that tips off Monday night and continues Wednesday against the New York Knicks.

The last time Golden State suited up 12 healthy players was in its fourth game of the season against Phoenix on Oct. 30.

Kerr took time after Friday's win, which came in the wake of 25- and 15-point losses at Atlanta and Charlotte, respectively, to praise his guys for hanging in there while Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson are sidelined, and while an assortment of others have been in and out of the lineup.

"Our guys have been fighting and competing all season long," he assured reporters. "The last two games (before Chicago), we sort of got off track. I think they knew that, they took that to heart, and everyone who stepped on the floor (in Chicago) came out with a purpose."

The win was just Golden State's fifth of the season. The short-handed club did not respond well to its first four wins, losing three, seven, three and four in succession immediately after a victory.

One of those wins came at Memphis last month, a game in which the Warriors suited up just nine guys, with Russell and Looney yet to return from their injuries.

Remarkably, all nine who played not only got into the scoring column, but also each had at least one rebound and one assist.

The Grizzlies offered no such balance in the defeat, with Ja Morant (20 points), Dillon Brooks (18), Brandon Clarke (17) and Jae Crowder (15) combining for 70 of the team's 95 points.

Things have gone from bad to worse for the Grizzlies, who lost for the ninth time in their last 10 games Saturday night in Utah, 126-112.

Memphis has lost three of four since losing Morant to a back injury.

Fellow rookie Clarke went down one game later with a strained left oblique. The Grizzlies have dropped all three in his absence.

Clarke, a former standout at San Jose State in the San Francisco Bay Area, has been ruled out of Monday's potential homecoming. Morant is questionable.

Clarke's injury has created more playing time for Grayson Allen, and the first-year Grizzlies forward has taken advantage.

The former Duke star celebrated a return to Utah -- which traded him in the Mike Conley deal over the summer -- with 13 points in Saturday's loss, and has scored in double figures in three of the last four games.

Grizzlies coach Taylor Jenkins told reporters in Salt Lake City that Allen has been an asset to the franchise even while he wasn't playing much earlier in the season.

"He does a great job of rallying the group together," Jenkins noted. "He's obviously been through so many battles at the highest levels, and when we first sat down, he said, 'I want to impart that wisdom on our guys.' He's great at communicating.

"And then he's competitive, plays super-hard. He sets the tone for us."

--Field Level Media

Last Updated: 8/7/2020 2:37:04 AM EST

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