The Memphis Grizzlies suffered a tough loss against the Golden State Warriors on Thursday night, with their offense being silenced in the fourth quarter. Despite leading for much of the game, the Grizzlies struggled to maintain their momentum in the final quarter, allowing the Warriors to make a comeback and secure a 113-101 victory.
The Grizzlies’ struggles in the fourth quarter were due in part to their inability to convert on scoring opportunities, with the team shooting just 29% from the field in the final period. This allowed the Warriors to take control of the game and build a substantial lead, which the Grizzlies were unable to overcome.
Despite the loss, there were some bright spots for the Grizzlies, including the performances of Jaren Jackson Jr. and Ja Morant. Jackson Jr. finished the game with 25 points, while Morant added 19 points and eight assists. However, their efforts were not enough to secure a victory for the team.
The loss puts the Grizzlies at 30-26 for the season, and they will need to regroup quickly as they prepare for their next game against the Portland Trail Blazers. With just a few weeks left in the regular season, every game will be crucial for the team as they look to secure a spot in the playoffs.
Despite the setback against the Warriors, the Grizzlies remain a talented team with a bright future ahead of them. Fans will be eagerly anticipating their next game as they look to bounce back and continue their push towards the postseason.