Here's The Chess Match Between The Memphis Grizzlies And Stephen Curry
Huffington Post - almost 2 years
When you can't score in the NBA Playoffs, problems arise. And, when you can't score in the half-court, those problems pile up in a hurry. Four games into its second-round series with Golden State -- the most lethal offense in the league -- Memphis has shown two very different sides. In Game 1, a 101-86 loss, it wasn't able to generate enough quality looks to keep pace. In Game 2, with point guard Mike Conley in the lineup, crisp ball movement and dribble penetration led to a key road win over a team that went 39-2 at home this year. We saw more of the same in a Game 3 win.
To be sure, Memphis has a defensive-oriented, physical mindset that wears down the opposition. During the regular season, the Grizzlies ranked second in points allowed and seventh in opponent field goal percentage. Against MVP Stephen Curry and company however, we've seen the good and the bad.
With the series tied 2-2, let's take a look at how Memphis has defended Curry, whose Jekyll-and-Hyde play has been one
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