The Golden State Warriors go down after an embarrassing performance on the Memphis Grizzlies

The Memphis Grizzlies have extended their season, even without Ja Morant. In Game 5, the Grizzlies missed an embarrassing Golden State Warriors with a historic beating.

Klay Thompson had 19 points for the Warriors and Stephen Curry had 14. However, the match was over for both Splash Brothers midway through the third quarter as their team was 41 points behind. After that, it got even worse.

Referring to the Memphis anthem “Whoop That Trick”, Curry had announced before the match that his team now wanted to do just that in Memphis, it obviously did not go well with the Grizzlies. With up to 55 points, the Grizzlies, meanwhile, took the lead a bit from the accelerator in the end.

The Grizzlies’ top scorer was Jaren Jackson Jr. (6/10 FG, 8 rebounds, 2 blocks), Desmond Bane (6/12) and Tyus Jones (7/12, 9 assists) with 21 points each, no Grizzlies starter was on the field for more than 25 minutes Thanks the detailed garbage time scored both Grizzlies rookie Ziaire Williams (11) and the two Warriors young Jonathan Kuminga (17) and Moses Moody (10) double-digit.

As in Game 4, Memphis started with Jones for the injured Ja Morant, with the Warriors, Kuminga was allowed to play again from the start – and Mike Brown was back on the bench instead of Steve Kerr (corona protocol).

The hosts got better into the match, especially Jackson was hot from the start and Jones secured an early 21:11 lead with a pull-up three-pointer. Curry quickly shortened by two threes, and Thompson was also fast in the game with 12 points. Melton was there on the other side and also lowered two threes, it was a 9-0 run at the end of the quarter. 38:28 for Memphis.

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