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GOLDEN STATE (2 - 12) at MEMPHIS (5 - 8)
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Tuesday, 11/19/2019 8:05 PM
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GOLDEN STATE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games2-12-5.65-98-6108.853.143.2%52.6119.061.348.0%55.2
Road Games1-6-3.43-44-3108.452.742.0%54.0119.961.448.8%57.3
Last 5 Games0-5-52-32-3102.050.444.0%50.6113.860.647.8%52.0
GOLDEN STATE Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)108.853.139-9043.2%10-3131.5%21-2585.1%531024198144
vs opponents surrendering110.654.840-9045.1%11-3334.3%19-2478.0%551023238155
Team Stats (Road Games)108.452.740-9442.0%9-3129.8%20-2385.4%541224189154
Stats Against (All Games)119.061.344-9148.0%14-3539.1%17-2376.2%551227217155
vs opponents averaging111.755.340-8945.4%12-3435.6%19-2477.0%541023228155
Stats Against (Road Games)119.961.445-9248.8%14-3739.5%15-2172.1%571228218177

MEMPHIS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games5-8+35-86-7110.156.746.0%53.5118.856.546.5%54.8
Home Games3-5+0.83-54-4115.157.747.7%54.9120.057.946.0%54.6
Last 5 Games3-2+63-23-2115.056.849.6%50.2120.261.249.0%50.2
MEMPHIS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)110.156.742-9146.0%11-3134.0%16-2077.4%541027238176
vs opponents surrendering109.254.440-8945.1%11-3334.2%18-2375.9%541024238155
Team Stats (Home Games)115.157.744-9247.7%11-3135.1%16-2177.7%551128228156
Stats Against (All Games)118.856.542-9146.5%13-3636.3%21-2778.7%55925208156
vs opponents averaging110.755.440-8945.1%12-3434.6%19-2576.4%551024218155
Stats Against (Home Games)120.057.943-9346.0%15-4036.7%20-2675.8%55925208146
Average power rating of opponents played: GOLDEN STATE 98.3,  MEMPHIS 95.2
GOLDEN STATE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/24/2019LA CLIPPERS122-141L1.5L229.5O39-9939.4%491350-8062.5%4917
10/27/2019@ OKLAHOMA CITY92-120L1.5L224U30-9232.6%501444-7955.7%5622
10/28/2019@ NEW ORLEANS134-123W4W236O51-10449.0%721848-10346.6%5215
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@ MEMPHIS              
11/20/2019@ DALLAS              
11/22/2019@ UTAH              
11/25/2019OKLAHOMA CITY              
11/29/2019@ MIAMI              
12/1/2019@ ORLANDO              
12/2/2019@ ATLANTA              
12/4/2019@ CHARLOTTE              

MEMPHIS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/23/2019@ MIAMI101-120L6.5L214O38-8942.7%542440-8547.1%5821
10/29/2019@ LA LAKERS91-120L12L220U31-9532.6%542140-8646.5%6318
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 STATE              
11/23/2019LA LAKERS              
11/25/2019@ INDIANA              
11/27/2019LA CLIPPERS              
12/1/2019@ MINNESOTA              
12/4/2019@ CHICAGO              
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.
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.
'Future' the topic as Grizzlies, Warriors meet

Two teams mirroring each other's recent history cross paths Tuesday night when the Golden State Warriors visit the Memphis Grizzlies.

The Grizzlies, like every other team in the league, can only hope to duplicate even a small piece of the Warriors' dominant run the past five seasons. With five wins (including San Antonio and Utah) in their first 13 games, they appear headed in the right direction.

Hopes are high in Memphis due mainly to first-round selections Jaren Jackson Jr. and Ja Morant the last two seasons, much as Warriors' fortunes changed after they used lottery picks on Stephen Curry (2009) and Klay Thompson (2011).

The Warriors had gone five years, losing 50 or more games twice, before returning to the playoffs in 2013.

The Grizzlies have failed to make the postseason in each of the past two seasons, losing 60 and 49 games, respectively.

"We are Ja and Jaren. We do what we do," Morant proclaimed to The Undefeated last week. "I feel like we are kind of showing (our potential). We are still growing. We still got a lot more learning and work to do. But I feel like it's a one-two punch."

It wasn't long ago that the Grizzlies were a perennial Western Conference playoff team, having made the postseason seven straight years.

But age and injuries caught up to key players -- namely Mike Conley, Marc Gasol and Zach Randolph -- and the Grizzlies hit rock-bottom in a 60-loss season in 2018 before resetting and charting a new path.

The Warriors, who at 2-12 are on pace for a 70-loss season, likewise have lost much of the core of five straight trips to the NBA Finals and seven straight berths in the playoffs.

But like Memphis, Golden State figures to land an unusually high draft position that could add a key piece to a turnaround as early as next season.

The Warriors have lost seven in a row, their longest losing streak since 2012, but that doesn't make the season a waste of time, Draymond Green noted to reporters last week.

Green hopes to be a better player by the time injured Curry (broken hand) and Thompson (torn ACL) -- and possibly the No. 1 pick in the draft -- join him in next season's reload.

"I'm going back to the way I was pre-KD, and that's exciting to me," Green said of his role before the Warriors imported high-scoring Kevin Durant. "I had to give up shots to make sure Kevin gets his touches, and I don't regret that. It got me a couple of championships.

"But as a competitor, as someone who's still in his prime, who's been in the gym all summer trying to improve my game, it's exciting to know that I can go back to playing the way that I was playing before."

The Warriors were without not only Curry and Thompson, but also D'Angelo Russell (sprained thumb) and four others when they opened a four-game trip with a 108-100 loss at New Orleans on Sunday.

The injury report reads the same for Tuesday's game in Memphis.

Meanwhile, the Grizzlies will be hoping to rebound from a 131-114 shellacking at the hands of Denver on Sunday. Memphis had won three in a row before that.

--Field Level Media

Last Updated: 7/7/2020 12:54:40 PM EST

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