Grizzlies vs. Warriors: How to watch NBA online, TV channel, live stream info, game time
Warriors vs. Grizzlies: Game 6 prediction, pick, TV channel, live stream, how to watch NBA playoffs online
Warriors vs. Grizzlies: How to watch, schedule, live stream info, game time, TV channel
The Golden State Warriors typically have all the answers at home, but the Memphis Grizzlies are posing a tough problem. Three quarters in and Memphis' offense has really been able to impose its will, dominating the Warriors 121-67 three quarters in.
The Grizzlies have been led by point guard Tyus Jones, who so far has 21 points and nine assists. Shooting guard Klay Thompson has led the way so far for Golden State, as he has 19 points.
ESPN will host Friday’s matchup between the Memphis Grizzlies and Golden State Warriors with tipoff set for 10 p.m. ET. The game will take place at Chase Center in San Francisco.
Grizzlies vs. Warriors
Date: Friday, May 13
Start time: 10:00 PM ET
TV channel: ESPN
Live stream: WatchESPN, ESPN App
If you aren’t around a TV to check out this NBA matchup, you can stream the game via WatchESPN or the ESPN app. But keep in mind that you need a cable-login subscription. If you don’t have a cable login to access ESPN for a live stream, you can get a free trial from YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, AT&T TV Now, FuboTV, or Sling TV to stream the game.
The Grizzlies found a way to avoid elimination in Game 5 with unbelievable performance, scoring 134 points. They shot 47 percent from the field and 43 percent from deep in the game. The Grizzlies had three players score 21 points in a balanced offensive effort. This was all done without Ja Morant in the lineup. Memphis hopes to create a Game 7 situation by stunning Golden State on the road.
The Warriors have struggled in two straight games without Steve Kerr on the bench. They were able to squeak out a victory in Game 4 after trailing in for the first 47 minutes. In Game 5, there was no chance of a miraculous win. The Warriors shot 35 percent from deep and 66 percent from the stripe in that blowout. Golden State would love to close things out at home and avoid going back to Memphis for Game 7.
Well, Game 5 certainly didn't work out as the Golden State Warriors had hoped. With an opportunity to close out the series against a Memphis Grizzlies team missing its best player in Ja Morant, the Warriors got completely dominated and ultimately ended up on the wrong side of one of the biggest routs in recent postseason memory. They lost the game by a final score of 134-95. Even with the loss, the Warriors still lead the series 3-2, and they'll have another opportunity to close it out in Game 6 on Friday night. In order to do that, though, they'll have to play a whole lot better than they did in Game 5.
On the other side, the Grizzlies will be looking to extend their season again and force a decisive Game 7 back in Memphis. They'll be without Morant for the third straight game, so another total team effort will be required if they hope to avoid elimination. In Game 6, Memphis had seven different players score in double figures, and that's the exact type of output they'll need again.
Here's everything you need to know about Game 6 between Golden State and Memphis.
The Memphis Grizzlies will take on the Golden State Warriors at 10 p.m. ET Friday at Chase Center. The Grizzlies will be strutting in after a victory while Golden State will be stumbling in from a defeat.
Memphis is hoping for another win. On Wednesday, they really took it to the Warriors for a full four quarters, racking up a 134-95 win at home. With Memphis ahead 77-50 at the half, the matchup was all but over already. Their point guard Tyus Jones looked sharp as he had 21 points and nine assists.
Despite Memphis winning this past one, the oddsmakers have Golden State as an eight-point favorite. However, those who like betting on the underdog should be happy to hear that the Grizzlies are 15-6-1 against the spread when expected to lose.
Memphis is now 2-3 while the Warriors sit at a mirror-image 3-2. A pair of stats to keep an eye on: Memphis enters the game with 115.6 points per game on average, good for second best in the league. But Golden State comes into the contest boasting the third fewest points allowed per game in the league at 105.5. We'll see which of these strengths -- offense or defense -- will win out.