Today, history was made at East High School in Memphis, TN.
The Grizzlies played a great first-half defensively, as the Golden State Warriors slumbered through the opening quarters to the tune of a 58-58 tie at intermission. But, the Warriors pulled away during the 3rd quarter, outscoring Memphis 34-15.
The Grizzlies looked to be in control of the game midway through the 2nd quarter, but the young Kings continued to attack the paint and get easy buckets in transition on their way to a 97-92 win over Memphis.
Memphis started a 2-game road trip with a 92-84 win over the Utah Jazz in Salt Lake City. The Grizzlies held Utah to just 35% shooting from the
The Backdoor Cut Crew of CHIEF, Slim, and Bro reconvene to discuss the Grizzlies’ Preseason:
Memphis started off hot, but couldn’t hold on to a 30-17 halftime lead falling 31-30 to UCF.
Memphis looks to extend a 12-game home winning streak and end an 11-game losing streak to UCF.
Tulane broke an 11-game losing streak to Memphis, winning in the series for the first time since 2000. Tulane gets a potential season-changing win after starting 1-3, while Memphis falls to 0-2 in the AAC after high expectations coming into the season.
Memphis travels to New Orleans to play Tulane with both teams looking for their first conference win.
Behind 5 TDs from Brady White and 233 rushing yards from Darrell Henderson, Memphis picked up its 2nd win of the season.