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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

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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Warriors Upcoming Schedule

Date Opponent Score Home/Away
5/1/2022 Grizzlies W 117-116 Away
5/3/2022 Grizzlies L 106-101 Away
5/7/2022 Grizzlies W 142-112 Home
5/9/2022 Grizzlies W 101-98 Home
5/11/2022 Grizzlies L 134-95 Away
5/13/2022 Grizzlies Home

Grizzlies Upcoming Schedule

Date Opponent Score Home/Away
5/1/2022 Warriors L 117-116 Home
5/3/2022 Warriors W 106-101 Home
5/7/2022 Warriors L 142-112 Away
5/9/2022 Warriors L 101-98 Away
5/11/2022 Warriors W 134-95 Home
5/13/2022 Warriors Away

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Adam Fromal joined the Endgame360 team in 2021 and works primarily with the Sportscasting team. He comes with a wealth of sports writing knowledge, building on a career that started in 2010, and with editing experience dating back to 2016. Adam enjoys covering all facets of the sports industry but has a particular love for basketball and the NBA. He grew up with that as a favorite and made it a career when he covered the NBA for almost a decade as a writer for Bleacher Report. During that time, he covered Denver Nuggets games and ran his own analytics website called NBA Math (a venture that he continues today). Throughout his tenure as an editor, Adam has a few other claims to fame: He helped to provide quality control for the Emmy-nominated "Game of Zones" web series at Bleacher Report and worked as a fact-checker for The Ringer's Mirin Fader on her debut book, Giannis: The Improbable Rise of an NBA MVP. Adam earned his bachelor's degrees from the University of Georgia in Classical Culture, Latin, and Psychology.

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Adam Fromal joined the Endgame360 team in 2021 and works primarily with the Sportscasting team. He comes with a wealth of sports writing knowledge, building on a career that started in 2010, and with editing experience dating back to 2016. Adam enjoys covering all facets of the sports industry but has a particular love for basketball and the NBA. He grew up with that as a favorite and made it a career when he covered the NBA for almost a decade as a writer for Bleacher Report. During that time, he covered Denver Nuggets games and ran his own analytics website called NBA Math (a venture that he continues today). Throughout his tenure as an editor, Adam has a few other claims to fame: He helped to provide quality control for the Emmy-nominated "Game of Zones" web series at Bleacher Report and worked as a fact-checker for The Ringer's Mirin Fader on her debut book, Giannis: The Improbable Rise of an NBA MVP. Adam earned his bachelor's degrees from the University of Georgia in Classical Culture, Latin, and Psychology.

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