Tame Grizzlies, Warriors Balance Position
Memphis – The battle between Golden State Warriors with the Memphis Grizzlies in the Eastern Conference semifinals was still fierce. Warriors equalized to 2-2 after crushing Grizzlies 101-84 in four games.
Star Warriors once this season’s Most Valuable Player Stephen Curry inspire his team victory. The point guard scored 33 points, 8 rebounds, and five assists during the 39 minutes of play on the field FedEx Forum, Memphis, Tuesday (12/5).
Small forward Draymond Green Warrior also look impressive after a packed double-double with 16 points and 10 rebounds. Followed by Klay Thompson who scored 15 points.
Warriors started the game strongly after leading 28-20 in the first 12 minutes. The distance between the two teams greater after 33 points accounted for the visitors to change the position to be 61-44 at halftime.
Grizzlies increasingly difficult to balance the power of the Warriors. Warriors scored 21 points and conceded only 20 points in the third quarter to continue to lead.
Grizzlies for the first time more fertile than the Warriors in four games after scoring 20 points but it was not enough to catch the scoring Warriors.
Marc Gasol became the best performers after the Grizzlies scored 19 points, 10 rebounds, six assists. Mike Conley 10 points, seven assists, and Zach Randolph scored 12 points, 11 rebounds.
Wizards vs Hawks 2-2
In the Eastern Conference semifinals, the duel contra Atlanta Hawks Washington Wizards are still hot. Haws managed to fling the Wizards 106-101 in order to balance the score to 2-2 in the best of seven games.
Jeff Teague and Paul Milsap equally brilliant with the contribution of 26 and 19 points for the Hawks. While Al Horford had 18 points.
“That’s how we play. That’s how we play in this season. A lot of things we did not do in most of the series, we managed to do so on this night,” said Milsap after the game on ESPN.
The Wizards, Bradley Beal gain 34 points, seven assists while Paul Pierce had 22 points and Ramon Sessions recorded 13 points.