Tune in at 8:00 PM ET as the Grizzlies take on the Thunder. Maxwell Hubert will be liveblogging for your enjoyment.
Hello everybody and welcome to thescoreapp liveblog of the Memphis Grizzlies and OKC Thunder. My name is Maxwell Hubert(@teedotyankee) and I will be following tonight's matchup with all of you out there. Please feel free to imput your comments and observations and take part in the action! It's going to be a great one, let's do this!
First things first, tell me what you think about the trade from last night?
Memphis won in Philadelphia 103-100 last time out.
Gasol scored 27 points and Zach Randolph pulled down 12 rebounds
OKC comes off a loss on the road against the Lakers 96-105
Durant scored 35 points and Russell Westbrook 17 points with 13 assists
Let me hear what you think will happen in tonight's game? What is your final prediction?
Does anyone out there have any $$$$$ on tonight's game? I would take the Thunder -9.5 and OVER 190
These teams last met on November 14, 2012, when the Grizzlies defeated the Thunder by a score of 107-97
Memphis is 5-2 SU in their last 7 games
Oklahoma City is 2-4 ATS in their last 6 games
Oklahoma City is 8-3 SU in their last 11 games
ROLL CALL! WHo is with me tonight and where are you following from? :)
Oklahoma City is 15-1 SU in their last 16 games at home.
Grizzlies have started the season 29-15, the best start in franchise history, despite having the NBA’s sixth most difficult schedule (.531).
The Grizzlies have won five of their past seven games since losing 3 in a row by 20+ points.
What do you all think about the Rudy Gay trade last night?
Randolph was named to the 2013 Western Conference All-Star team on Jan. 24, his second career selection
Randolph is the first player in franchise history to earn multiple All- Star nods
Tip is coming up in a few minutes............................
Memphis has sent a player to the All-Star Game in consecutive seasons (2012, Marc Gasol) and three of the past four (2010, 2012, 2013).
What other moves do you want to see around the league before the trade deadline?
Randolph now owns the six highest single-game O- rebounding totals in franchise history
Thunder are one game behind San Antonio in the race for the NBA’s top record (the Thunder’s 11 losses are tied for the fewest in the NBA).
Anyone out there on Twitter? Follow @teedotyankee and lets talk sports! :)
Randolph works his way free and misses the mid-ranger, OKC REBOUND.
Ibaka is left all alone and knocks down the first bucket of the game for the Thunder