Memphis opened the scoring 55 points, running past the Warriors and breathing in the series | nba ua

The Memphis Grizzlies needed two and a half quarters to patiently run across the Golden State Warriors and have coach Mike Brown pull his starting line-up off the court. After opening the final 55 points of the third period, the team won 134-95 on Wednesday night in Memphis and escaped the Western Conference semifinals. With a 3-2 score, the series returns to San Francisco on Friday.

The trio Jaren Jackson Jr., Desmond Bane and Tyus Jones – the point guardians who replaced the injured Ja Morant in the last two games – scored 21 points each. No one wants to play for more than 25 minutes. Four other members of the Grizzlies scored double digits. On the other hand, Klay Thompson has 19 points. Stephen Curry, 14. Jonathan Kuminga scored 17, but most of them when the game was over and the special equipment of the court.

Jaren Jackson Jr. Celebration – Photo: Andy Lyons / Getty Images

The Warriors came through the worst Game 4 in the offensive line, although the comeback was won at the last minute. This Wednesday, however, there was no defense or attack from the second quarter. The team went into the tournament with 77 to 50 points. 77 points is the second-worst mark in franchise history in the first half of the game.

On the other hand, the urgency and the Memphis youth group took it to court. In the first half alone, the owners scored 36 points for 14 in a row. There were 14 Golden State turnovers against 3. In the offensive rebounds, Memphis 13-2. In the second period points, 14-0. The same energy is required in Game 6, away from home. In the event of a new win, Game 7 is on Monday in Memphis.

Grizzlies
Jaren Jackson Jr. (21 pts, 8 rebs, 4 baskets from us)
Desmond Bane (21 pts, 4 baskets from us)
Tyus Jones (21 pts, 9 asts, 4 baskets from us)
Steven Adams (7 pts, 13 rebs)

the military
Klay Thompson (19 pts)
Stephen Curry (14 pts, 4 ass)
Jonathan Kuminga (17 pts)

Stephen Curry regrets the slide – Photo: Andy Lyons / Getty Images

assistance
Grizzlies 37
soldiers 22

Changes
Grizzlies 9
soldiers 22

Content created by exchange
Grizzlies 29
military 10

Memphis Grizzlies vs Golden State Warriors NBA – Photo: Joe Rondone-USA TODAY Sports

contents of the bottle
Grizzlies 50
Warriors 36

second content
Grizzlies 24
soldiers 5

Edit content
Grizzlies 16
soldiers 9

shots
Grizzlies 47/99 (47.5%)
Warriors 36/80 (45%)

three shots
Grizzlies 18/41 (43.9%)
Warriors 14/39 (35.9%)

free throw
Grizzlies 22/30 (73.3%)
Warriors 9/13 (69.2%)

Scoring chart – Photo: NBA

First Time – Grizzlies 38 to 28: Jaren Jackson Jr. led the home team with 10 points and 4 rebounds in the first half, which Tyus Jones gave 5 assists. On the other hand, Klay Thompson started hot, with 12 points, but the Warriors did not know how to avoid the Grizzlies’ best ball.

Second season – Grizzlies 39 to 22: 77 points allowed in the first half was the second-worst Warriors playoff history. All numbers are superlatives. It was 14 turnovers against 3. They generated 25 points for Memphis against 7. In color, 36-14. In offensive rebounds, 13-2. In the second-also points, 14-0.

Memphis Grizzlies vs Golden State Warriors NBA – Photo: Joe Rondone-USA TODAY Sports

There were 18 additional shots for Memphis as a whole (57-39). The home team manages 22 teams in 29 baskets. Five Grizzlies players score two numbers. In the Army, only Curry (14) and Thompson (17). Scores from 77 to 50 in rest.

Third Season – Grizzlies 42 to 17: Coach Mike Brown started to pull off the start in the middle of the third quarter, when the score saw 40 good points for the home team. Finally, scores from 119 to 67.

Four seasons – Warriors 28 through 15: With the retention of the court, Golden State reduced the embarrassment slightly in the last quarter. The red flag is on Game 6, and the Grizzlies’ spirit rises with hit and run.

Game 1 (05/1) – Grizzlies 116 x 117 Warriors
Game 2 (05/03) – Grizzlies 106 x 101 Warriors
Game 3 (05/07) – Warriors 142 x 112 Grizzlies
Game 4 (09/05) – Warriors 101 x 98 Grizzlies
Game 5 (11/05) – Grizzlies 134×95 Soldiers
Game 6 (13/05) – Warriors v Grizzlies, at 11 p.m.
Game 7 (16/05) – Grizzlies vs Warriors, Schedule (if applicable)

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