How to Watch Golden State Warriors vs. Memphis Grizzlies Western Conference Semifinals Game 6 Live: Streaming Online, TV Options, Game Info
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The Golden State Warriors and Memphis Grizzlies are doing battle in the second round of the NBA Playoffs, with a decisive Game 6 up next. Hoping to catch this game live? Below, we’ll give you all the info you need to watch this matchup, including on FuboTV.
How to Watch Warriors vs. Grizzlies
- Game Day: Friday, May 13, 2022
- Game Time: 10:00 PM ET
- TV: ESPN
- Arena: Chase Center
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Key Stats for Warriors vs. Grizzlies
- The Warriors record only 1.1 more points per game (111.0) than the Grizzlies give up (109.9).
- When Golden State scores more than 109.9 points, it is 39-9.
- When Memphis allows fewer than 111.0 points, it is 40-4.
- The Grizzlies score 10.1 more points per game (115.6) than the Warriors give up to opponents (105.5).
- Memphis is 51-12 when it scores more than 105.5 points.
- Golden State has a 51-14 record when its opponents score fewer than 115.6 points.
- This season, the Warriors have a 46.9% shooting percentage from the field, which is 1.4% higher than the 45.5% of shots the Grizzlies’ opponents have made.
- Golden State is 39-9 when it shoots better than 45.5% from the field.
- The Grizzlies have shot at a 46.1% clip from the field this season, 2.3 percentage points greater than the 43.8% shooting opponents of the Warriors have averaged.
- This season, Memphis has a 50-6 record in games the team collectively shoots better than 43.8% from the field.
Warriors Players to Watch
- Stephen Curry leads the Warriors in points and assists. He puts up 25.5 points per game while adding 6.3 assists.
- Golden State is led by Kevon Looney’s 7.3 rebounds per game.
- Curry knocks down 4.5 threes per game to lead the Warriors.
- Golden State’s steals leader is Curry, who averages 1.3 per game. Andrew Wiggins leads the team averaging 0.7 blocks an outing.
Grizzlies Players to Watch
- Desmond Bane outpaced his teammates on the Grizzlies scoring front by putting up 18.2 points per game. He adds 4.4 rebounds and 2.7 assists per game this season.
- Steven Adams (10.0 rebounds per game) and Tyus Jones (4.4 assists per game) are the Memphis leaders in rebounds and assists.
- Bane leads the Grizzlies in shooting from beyond the arc, averaging 3.0 made threes per game.
- De’Anthony Melton tops Memphis in steals with 1.4 per game, and Jaren Jackson Jr. leads the squad in blocks with 2.3 per game.
Warriors vs. Grizzlies Injuries
- Warriors: Andre Iguodala: Out (Neck), Gary Payton II: Out (Elbow), James Wiseman: Out (Knee)
- Grizzlies: Ja Morant: Out (Knee), Killian Tillie: Out (Knee), Santi Aldama: Out (Knee)
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