Grizzlies vs. Warriors: Start time, where to watch, what's the latest

Grizzlies vs. Warriors: Start time, where to watch, what's the latest

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Grizzlies vs. Warriors: Start time, where to watch, what's the latest

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The Memphis Grizzlies play against the Golden State Warriors at Chase Center

The Memphis Grizzlies are spending $117,284,457 per win while the Golden State Warriors are spending $59,660,255 per win

Game Time: 10:00 PM EDT on Monday May 9, 2022

Broadcast Info

National TV: TNT
Home TV: N/A
Away TV: N/A
Home Radio: 95.7 The Game
Away Radio: ESPN 92.9FM/680AM

When the game is underway, you can follow it here!

What’s the buzz on Twitter?

Ryan Ward
@RyanWardLA
Jordan Usher believes he can be a Draymond Green or Dillon Brooks-type player. More than willing to do the dirty work on defense. – 4:58 PM
Golden State Warriors
@warriors
What’s your all-time favorite Steph playoff trey? pic.twitter.com/qtzTph5Xhp4:57 PM

Chris Palmer
@ChrisPalmerNBA
There were many keys to the Warriors victory last night. But they won because Steph made 8 straight free throws in 36 seconds in the final minute. Details. – 4:36 PM
Monte Poole
@MontePooleNBCS
We saw it Monday night and NBA’s L2M report states it today: Draymond Green makes clean block of shot by Jaren Jackson Jr.
Official game book: Jackson miss, Curry rebound. No record of Draymond’s block
Thought it might be corrected overnight, but not yet. – 4:36 PM
Eli Savoie
@Eli560
The Bane push being confirmed as correct call is why I said challenging that play would have been dumb. Once both hands were on Curry’s back, you would never get the call overturned – 4:18 PM
Eli Savoie
@Eli560
It actually lists 2 missed traveling calls against the Grizzlies. One of which was on Dillon Brooks before his infamous step back three attempt – 4:16 PM
Eli Savoie
@Eli560
Last 2 minute report from last night says the Desmond Bane push was a correct call and the Draymond block on Jaren three was correct no-call – 4:14 PM
Memphis Grizzlies
@memgrizz
Come thru this afternoon.
@MountainDew | #MemThis pic.twitter.com/cJlmE79OYZ4:10 PM

The Ringer
@ringernba
🏀 What Giannis needs to do differently
🏀 The Grizzlies are in a 3-1 hole vs. the Warriors
🏀 Jason Kidd’s adjustments
#TheMismatch with @Chris Vernon and @Kevin O’Connor: open.spotify.com/episode/3s56a1…4:07 PM
Nate Duncan
@NateDuncanNBA
Dunc’d On Prime: MIL/BOS and GSW/MEM Game 4s w/ @Danny Leroux
Listen by becoming a member and you’ll get our 5 subscription pods/week. Subscribe: https://t.co/XSgwN6BUIK pic.twitter.com/q6BWm6bHn84:00 PM

John Hollinger
@johnhollinger
Why is the mac and cheese in Memphis so much better? An investigative report by The Athletic: – 3:52 PM
Ohm Youngmisuk
@NotoriousOHM
For SportsCenter: The Grizzlies were less than two minutes away from stealing Game 4 but they sorely missed the leading scorer in clutch time scoring this postseason. Will they have Ja Morant for Game 5? pic.twitter.com/BSilFwSUkM3:44 PM

Golden State Warriors
@warriors
memphis bound
@united || ✈️ pic.twitter.com/kQ6qcyOInu3:20 PM

Golden State Warriors
@warriors
business trip
@united || ✈️ pic.twitter.com/QHeU8XemN03:00 PM

Vincent Goodwill
@VinceGoodwill
Dillon Brooks did more insult to the code of playoff basketball than he did to Gary Payton II’s elbow, with bricks and poorly-timed shots, and nobody pulled him from the basketball ledge. And the Warriors took advantage sports.yahoo.com/how-the-warrio…2:57 PM
James Edwards III
@JLEdwardsIII
Westside’s HWH8 is flawless. Probably one of my favorite albums ever.
Draymond might be the perfect rap song. – 2:54 PM
Chris Herrington
@ChrisHerrington
ICYMI, my game column from San Francisco last night, where Dillon Brooks had a tough go of it but also had at least one fan in a building full of boo birds.
dailymemphian.com/subscriber/sec…2:53 PM
Golden State Warriors
@warriors
Scratched & clawed our way to the W.
@Verizon || Game Rewind pic.twitter.com/0koondXFak2:30 PM

Damichael Cole
@DamichaelC
Jordan Poole & Jaren Jackson played against each other 3 times in college and several other times in the pros, but nothing compares to this for the high school roommates. They’re having fun with it.
“If I get a bucket, I’m going to talk my cash to you.”
commercialappeal.com/story/sports/n…2:25 PM
Danny Leroux
@DannyLeroux
Dunc’d On Prime: MIL/BOS and GSW/MEM Game 4s w/ @Nate Duncan
Subscribe to Total Access for ad-free episodes of Dunc’d On, and much more: https://t.co/n4QLDC9m6F pic.twitter.com/pyu5Dv0m3H2:00 PM

Connor Letourneau
@Con_Chron
Came across this picture attached to an old story I wrote on Draymond Green’s Michigan State roots. R.I.P. Adreian Payne. pic.twitter.com/1SVEB5fd9s1:47 PM

Golden State Warriors
@warriors
Unanimous.
On this date in 2016, @Stephen Curry went back-to-back, winning his second straight MVP 🏆 pic.twitter.com/iB7fMI0iYY1:45 PM

Peter Edmiston
@peteredmiston
Among qualifying players*, Dillon Brooks’ playoff run currently ranks:
Box Score Plus-Minus: -6.8 (worst ever)
PER: 4.3 (third-worst ever)
Win Shares: -0.4 (worst ever)
True Shooting %: 42.4 (worst since 2015)
(*players w/ at least 25+ min/gm & 8 gms played) – 1:03 PM
Chris Biderman
@TheWarriorsWire
The Sacramento Kings have reportedly agreed on a four-year deal to make Warriors assistant coach Mike Brown their next head coach. warriorswire.usatoday.com/2022/05/08/rep…1:00 PM
Anthony Slater
@anthonyVslater
The Grizzlies went after Andrew Wiggins (for some reason) in a switching situation twice in crunch time last night. He produced two crucial stops. First one was particularly impressive. Agile switch onto Bane and then a lefty block and tap to Jordan Poole for transition layup. pic.twitter.com/h5weAPPHqg12:43 PM

The Ringer
@ringernba
💯 How the Grizzlies lost their grip in Game 4 against the Warriors
💯 The Celtics’ comeback against the Bucks in Game 4
💯 Game 5 predictions
#RealOnes with @Logan Murdock and @Bell19Raja: open.spotify.com/episode/43EgCk…12:18 PM
Sam Amick
@sam_amick
The Grizzlies were 20-5 without Ja Morant heading into last night, and the Warriors saw why. They’re a MUCH better defensive team without him. More analysis here, at @TheAthletic
theathletic.com/3303367/2022/0…12:18 PM
Sam Amick
@sam_amick
A Grizzlies-Warriors notes column, San Francisco, at @TheAthletic
* Ja Morant is amazing, but…
* On Dillon Brooks finally addressing “the code” – and falling short
* Draymond Green’s heavy heart
theathletic.com/3303367/2022/0…12:09 PM
Chris Biderman
@TheWarriorsWire
Here’s a look at three observations from the Warriors’ late comeback win in Game 4 against the Grizzlies to take a 3-1 lead in the series. warriorswire.usatoday.com/lists/3-observ…12:06 PM
Justin Kubatko
@jkubatko
📅 On this day in 1987, the @Golden State Warriors Sleepy Floyd set NBA postseason records for most points scored in a quarter (29) and a half (39) in a win over the Lakers.
Floyd finished with 51 points and 10 assists. He is one of four players to record at least 50p/10a in a playoff game. pic.twitter.com/rEekjN5jKX12:01 PM

Nate Duncan
@NateDuncanNBA
Dunc’d On Prime: MIL/BOS and GSW/MEM Game 4s w/ @Danny Leroux
Listen by becoming a member and you’ll get our 5 subscription pods/week. Subscribe: https://t.co/XSgwN6kjka pic.twitter.com/WJ50WRCfL612:00 PM

Kerith Burke
@KerithBurke
Catching up on Grizzlies’ side of last night and I enjoyed this exchange from Steven Adams talking about Jaren Jackson Jr. that ends with “He’s a good lad.” pic.twitter.com/mqmUJmMfI511:41 AM

Golden State Warriors
@warriors
dub.
@Invisalign || #WinningSmiles pic.twitter.com/Fle0nb4yRA11:35 AM

John Hollinger
@johnhollinger
Holy crap where am I? Surely this can’t be MEM pic.twitter.com/di5hsVuuzN11:28 AM

Marcus Thompson
@ThompsonScribe
The Warriors needed saving. One change from Steph Curry was all it took.
https://t.co/k5jNOD72i5 pic.twitter.com/7glLCekSKG11:17 AM

Mark Giannotto
@mgiannotto
COLUMN: You could make it about Dillon Brooks, or you could make it about Taylor Jenkins. Just don’t make the Memphis Grizzlies Game 4 loss to Golden State more than what it was.
commercialappeal.com/story/sports/c…11:15 AM
Mark Medina
@MarkG_Medina
Takeaways from the Warriors’ Game 4 win vs Grizzlies: Mike Brown taking over duties, Dubs grinding it out, Grizzlies adjusting w/out Ja, Wiseman injury update & Draymond Green paying tribute to Adreian Payne. on.nba.com/3Fz50oF11:10 AM
Danny Leroux
@DannyLeroux
Dunc’d On Prime: MIL/BOS and GSW/MEM Game 4s w/ @Nate Duncan
Subscribe to Total Access for ad-free episodes of Dunc’d On, and much more: https://t.co/n4QLDCqWYd pic.twitter.com/DrwL6apuX811:00 AM

Jorge Sierra
@hoopshype
Steph Curry had much praise for Mike Brown last night. pic.twitter.com/UFCQX8YvPe10:36 AM

StatMuse
@statmuse
Mildly interesting — Andrew Wiggins in the Grizzlies series:
17 PTS
17 PTS
16 PTS
17 PTS pic.twitter.com/AZ2G8Mf3EB10:32 AM

Mark Haynes
@markhaynesnba
A new @Clutch Points Warriors’ Multiverse podcast out now. I talk about why Stephen Curry and the Warriors struggled in last night’s win, Ja Morant’s injury, and more.
#DubNation
🎧Listen now: https://t.co/iHRR4D37j9 pic.twitter.com/4Pi1MWq1iJ10:31 AM

John Hollinger
@johnhollinger
So much to unpack from last night’s Griz-Warriors. Outcome felt inevitable, yet somehow still really disappointing. – 10:21 AM
Chris Herrington
@ChrisHerrington
Herrington: Dillon Brooks had a tough night in a tougher loss dailymemphian.com/subscriber/sec…10:02 AM
Melissa Rohlin
@melissarohlin
It wasn’t pretty.
But it served as a reminder that this Warriors team is incredibly dangerous in the playoffs because they refuse to ever give up.
My dispatch from Game 4:
foxsports.com/stories/nba/ho…9:57 AM
Justin Kubatko
@jkubatko
Klay Thompson did not make a 3P last night, snapping a streak of 54 straight playoff games with at least one 3P made. The streak started in Game 2 of the 2017 NBA Finals.
It’s the second-longest such streak in NBA history, trailing only teammate Stephen Curry (121 and counting). pic.twitter.com/zBMWapA6QB9:41 AM

Damichael Cole
@DamichaelC
While many people wondered why Dillon Brooks stayed aggressive, the Grizzlies’ message to him was to keep shooting.
“You can’t get upset at him when the ball doesn’t go in for him because when it’s going in for him, we’re a really good team.”
Story: commercialappeal.com/story/sports/n…9:19 AM
Vincent Goodwill
@VinceGoodwill
New for ⁦@YahooSports⁩: It was hard to say how the days events affected Golden State. They had a game to win, hanging around long enough to sneak it out. Then dealt with reality after, since it didn’t feel like some happy ending story sports.yahoo.com/how-the-warrio…9:13 AM
Justin Kubatko
@jkubatko
Stephen Curry last night:
✅ 32 PTS
✅ 5 REB
✅ 8 AST
Curry became the first player in NBA history to reach 500 career 3P made in the postseason.
He has made at least one 3P in each of his 121 career playoff games, the longest such streak in NBA history by 67 games. pic.twitter.com/Iv23QNp1Ug9:11 AM

Nate Duncan
@NateDuncanNBA
Dunc’d On Prime: MIL/BOS and GSW/MEM Game 4s w/ @Danny Leroux
Listen by becoming a member and you’ll get our 5 subscription pods/week. Subscribe: https://t.co/XSgwN6BUIK pic.twitter.com/6P8bnRvvvb9:00 AM

Fred Katz
@FredKatz
There were a lot of misses Monday, but there was one that stood out: the Grizzlies were missing their closer.
Story from San Francisco (with a $1 a month subscription offer inside): https://t.co/iaEzfHbeC6 pic.twitter.com/wHdktr5fPH8:57 AM

Tom Ziller
@teamziller
Did the Grizzlies blow a huge opportunity or were they just overwhelmingly fortunate to be in a close game? Hard to tell. ziller.substack.com/p/did-the-griz…8:39 AM
Sam Vecenie
@Sam_Vecenie
GAME THEORY PODCAST: @James Edwards III is here!
Jokic wins MVP and the MVP conversation mercifully ends.
Then, all four NBA Playoff series. PHI-MIA, DAL-PHX, GSW-MEM, and BOS-MIL.
Finally a segment on Jaden Ivey.
APPLE: https://t.co/hIOdTG6pmm
WATCH: https://t.co/o368pVucs5 pic.twitter.com/qVYX7mC5KZ8:39 AM

Danny Leroux
@DannyLeroux
Dunc’d On Prime: MIL/BOS and GSW/MEM Game 4s w/ @Nate Duncan
Subscribe to Total Access for ad-free episodes of Dunc’d On, and much more: https://t.co/n4QLDC9m6F pic.twitter.com/mRsYiLHCCZ8:00 AM

Sean Cunningham
@SeanCunningham
Stephen Curry with the jokes after a gutty Game 4 win. On overcoming the poor shooting night, with new Sacramento head coach Mike Brown filling in for Steve Kerr: “I felt like we got traded to the Kings.” pic.twitter.com/PnuSzLL6aO5:32 AM

Eurohoops
@Eurohoopsnet
Draymond Green vows to start fund in memory of Adreian Payne
eurohoops.net/en/nba-news/13…4:50 AM
Emiliano Carchia
@Sportando
Draymond Green plan to donation $100,000 to a foundation in honor of Adreian Payne sportando.basketball/en/draymond-gr…4:40 AM
Nate Duncan
@NateDuncanNBA
New Dunc’d On Prime on a classic Game 4 between Milwaukee and Boston, and a less than classic between Golden State and Memphis. Join @dannyleroux and me: duncdon.supportingcast.fm4:17 AM
Nate Duncan
@NateDuncanNBA
I just rewatched the 4th and Brooks was even worse than I remembered. Basically every Warriors score in the last 6 mins of the game was facilitated by him making an error or getting beat except the Klay BLOB. Plus should have gotten a blocking foul that was uncalled. – 4:14 AM
Anthony Slater
@anthonyVslater
Five biggest factors: How did the Warriors pull out a late Game 4 win over the Grizzlies late? theathletic.com/3302879/2022/0…4:03 AM
Kendra Andrews
@kendra__andrews
Yesterday, Mike Brown was named the Kings’ new head coach. This morning, Draymond Green’s best friend was killed. Hours later, Steve Kerr tested positive for Covid.
ESPN story on the Warriors’ emotional 24 hours & their gritty win over the Grizzlies: espn.com/nba/story/_/id…3:34 AM
Connor Letourneau
@Con_Chron
I wrote on Steph Curry, who showed in the fourth quarter tonight why the Warriors have a chance to win it all: sfchronicle.com/sports/warrior…3:10 AM
Haralabos Voulgaris
@haralabob
Poole only being involved in 3 chances as the screen defender was a pretty big fail for Memphis – he’s been getting BBQ’d all playoffs long as a screen defender, not sure how they only put him in 3 actions tonight – 3:03 AM
Haralabos Voulgaris
@haralabob
Finished a watch of MEM@GSW and saw Twitter going nuts about Dillon Brooks having an awful game – crickets about Klay who imo played worse. – 2:53 AM
Marc J. Spears
@MarcJSpears
A week ago, Warriors associate head coach Mike Brown wasn’t considered the frontrunner for Kings head coach job. He interviews in Sac last Thursday night, and feels cautiously good about. Brown named Kings head coach today and coaches Warriors to Game 3 playoff win as interim. pic.twitter.com/xHZB59ZzqU2:50 AM
Jay King
@ByJayKing
I can’t be the only one who stays up after Warriors games just waiting for @Anthony Slater, @Marcus Thompson and @Tim Kawakami’s stories to publish. What a loaded crew. – 2:30 AM
Kurt Helin
@basketballtalk
Kings for a day: Warriors play drearily, but top Grizzlies Game 4 nba.nbcsports.com/2022/05/10/kin…2:29 AM
Monte Poole
@MontePooleNBCS
Asst coach Chris DeMarco to acting HC Mike Brown after Warriors’ Game 4 win: “We just kept handing the ball off to the fullback left and right, and at the end of the game we kicked a field goal to win it. Hell of a football game.” – 1:58 AM
Damichael Cole
@DamichaelC
Taylor Jenkins on sticking with Dillon Brooks:
“Yeah, got a lot of trust in him, and I loved what he was doing defensively. Had a big three, big two late in the game, just ball wasn’t bouncing for him the majority of the game, but got a lot of trust in that guy.” – 1:55 AM
Golden State Warriors
@warriors
Steph dropped 18 of his 32 in the final frame
& the Dubs came out on top 💪
nba.com/warriors/gamed…1:55 AM
Marc J. Spears
@MarcJSpears
Draymond Green says he and his wife, Hazel, are donating $100K to honor Adriene Payne with a fund and asks the Michigan State basketball family to do the same. Green says he doesn’t have the mental capacity to answer questions tonight. Payne was shot and killed Monday at age 31. – 1:48 AM
Monte Poole
@MontePooleNBCS
Draymond Green says he and his wife, Hazel, will donate $100k toward a fund of undetermined purpose in honor of former Michigan St teammate Adreian Payne, who was shot and killed Sunday in Florida. – 1:48 AM
Mark Medina
@MarkG_Medina
Draymond Green is going to reflect on Adreian Payne and the Game 4 win on his podcast because of his heavy emotions. But Draymond announced he and his wife plan to donation $100,000 to a foundation in honor of Payne. pic.twitter.com/6hFgGTR4lc1:47 AM

Anthony Slater
@anthonyVslater
The strong expectation from the Warriors is that Mike Brown will again be the head coach for Game 5 in Memphis. – 1:47 AM
Melissa Rohlin
@melissarohlin
Draymond Green didn’t take questions from reporters because he said his emotions are all over the place after his former Michigan State teammate Adreian Payne was shot and killed Monday. He said he will talk on his pod, so he can pause it and cry if he needs to. – 1:46 AM
CJ Holmes
@CjHolmes22
Draymond Green, unplugged. pic.twitter.com/3XsA7RDsNQ1:46 AM

Vincent Goodwill
@VinceGoodwill
Draymond Green announces he will donate $100,000 to a fund to honor Adreian Payne’s legacy, challenges fellow Michigan State Spartans to do the same – 1:46 AM
Kendra Andrews
@kendra__andrews
Draymond Green announces that he will donate $100,000 to a fund named in Adreian Payne’s name. He calls on his fellow Spartans to help honor his legacy. – 1:46 AM
Ja Morant
@JaMorant
def one of the worst feelings for me but proud of my brothers 🤞🏽🐻 – 1:45 AM
Marc J. Spears
@MarcJSpears
Stephen Curry says he was not trolling the Kings. Says his postgame words misinterpreted. – 1:44 AM
CJ Holmes
@CjHolmes22
Stephen Curry: “We’ve been here before. We know how to pull out games like this.” – 1:42 AM
Marc J. Spears
@MarcJSpears
“It’s been a wild day all the way around. We had to figure it out on the fly. We’ve been through this before,” Warriors guard Stephen Curry said. – 1:39 AM
CBS NBA
@CBSSportsNBA
Warriors vs. Grizzlies: Stephen Curry comes up big in fourth quarter, Golden State escapes for 3-1 series lead
cbssports.com/nba/news/warri…1:38 AM
Marc J. Spears
@MarcJSpears
The Warriors took their first lead with 45.7 seconds remaining in the 4th quarter. That is the latest the Warriors took their first lead in a postseason win over the last 30 years. @ESPNStatsInfo pic.twitter.com/t9CDx583qU1:34 AM
Golden State Warriors
@warriors
Pass ➡️ Pass ➡️ DUNK
@statefarm || Assist of the Night pic.twitter.com/w0zyJrrXRi1:33 AM

CJ Holmes
@CjHolmes22
Andrew Wiggins might’ve just had the shortest postgame presser of all time. – 1:30 AM
Mark Haynes
@markhaynesnba
Klay on Steph Curry in the 4th quarter:
“Me, him, and JP shots weren’t falling like we wanted them to, but that’s just Steph. He has that mindset where he’s the best shooter of all time. It just takes one good look at the rim or the free-throw line…Then the floodgates open.” – 1:29 AM
Mark Medina
@MarkG_Medina
Andrew Wiggins on the team’s resiliency pic.twitter.com/B1YJke9LLz1:28 AM

Ohm Youngmisuk
@NotoriousOHM
Jaren Jackson Jr. looked at the stat sheet and shook his head. He said he was upset with himself missing all seven of his 3-point attempts. He also said on the Draymond contested 3 late, he just missed it and he I’ll take that shot again if given the opportunity. – 1:27 AM
Meghan Triplett
@Meghan_Triplett
Tyus Jones said this one is a tough pill to swallow.
Jones said they got good looks down stretch but they allowed the Warriors to dictate what they were doing and sped them up. Then it all came down to execution. Golden State executed on offense. – 1:23 AM
Carl Steward
@stewardsfolly
Another nice game from Andrew Wiggins: 17 and 10, a team-leading plus-12, plus a couple of blocks. He’s had a terrific series. As for Otto Porter, he found his 3-ball in the nick of time. All four of those treys were much needed. – 1:23 AM
Mark Medina
@MarkG_Medina
Klay Thompson on the Warriors fans booing Dillon Brooks: “Our fans are passionate. They’ll let you hear it if you wronged them. I guess, ‘Good job, Dub Nation.’” pic.twitter.com/66s8CSTFGm1:23 AM

Marc J. Spears
@MarcJSpears
“Wednesday’s going to be the hardest one yet,” Warriors guard Klay Thompson said. – 1:22 AM
James Ham
@James_HamNBA
“I’m really happy for Mike B, he’s going to do great things for Sacramento. I mean, his coaching record for Warriors playoff games, I think is, undefeated.” -Klay Thompson on Mike Brown – 1:21 AM
Bill Herenda
@billherenda
Q4 #Warriors 10 made FGs 8 assists, 67% 2FG%, 16-3 bench points, 3 turnovers (0 points), 15 FTs, Curry made as many FTs (8) as #Grizzlies attempted, Memphis 3 TOs (8 pts), 54% 2FG% #NBA pic.twitter.com/sACnX9WQm41:19 AM

Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
Tyus Jones on letting the lead slip in the final minute and now going into Game 5 potentially without Ja Morant:
“It’s a tough one. This is a tough pill to swallow.” – 1:18 AM
Fred Katz
@FredKatz
I referred to Steven Adams as a big man in a postgame question and he interrupted:
“Are you saying I’m fat, mate?” – 1:18 AM
Carl Steward
@stewardsfolly
Karma: Dillon Brooks, 5 for 19, 2 for 9 from 3, 4 turnovers, 5 fouls. Welcome back. – 1:17 AM
Marc J. Spears
@MarcJSpears
“I am really happy for Mike B. He’s going to do great things in Sacramento. His Warriors record in playoff games is undefeated,” Warriors guard Klay Thompson said about Mike Brown. – 1:17 AM
Mark Medina
@MarkG_Medina
Klay Thompson on an emotional 24 hours pic.twitter.com/DwRMrZPJz71:17 AM

Melissa Rohlin
@melissarohlin
Klay Thompson just handed what looks like a smoothie to Raymond Ridder, smiled, and joked, “Hold my beer,” as he walked onto the podium. – 1:16 AM
CJ Holmes
@CjHolmes22
Klay Thompson: “It was an emotional day.” – 1:16 AM
Mark Haynes
@markhaynesnba
Mike Brown on keeping the game close:
“Anytime you have Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, Jordan pool on the floor and then a guy if he wasn’t hurt, he would have been Defensive Player of the Year in Draymond Green on the floor, you know good things can happen.” – 1:10 AM
Peter Edmiston
@peteredmiston
I remember telling @SainAsylum on the show a few months ago that Dillon Brooks was the training wheels for the Grizzlies – and if they’re going to grow up and turn into the big kid bicycle, he’s going to have to go. Never been more sure that’s true. Big fish in a small pond. – 1:10 AM
Golden State Warriors
@warriors
we don’t usually include free throws in highlight mixes
but Steph was 8-8 from the line in the final 45 seconds 👏 pic.twitter.com/1E35AnfxfZ1:09 AM

Law Murray
@LawMurrayTheNU
Steph Curry outscored Grizzlies 18-16 in last 8 minutes of tonight’s game – 1:09 AM
Jason Anderson
@JandersonSacBee
Acting Warriors coach Mike Brown, asked about his future job as head coach of the Kings: “Just to be fair to their organization and our organization, right now I want to focus on this, and when that press conference comes, I’ll answer any question that you want me to answer.” – 1:08 AM
Meghan Triplett
@Meghan_Triplett
Coach Jenkins said he is interested in seeing the last two minute report to see if there was contact on the Jaren Jackson Jr. three that was contested by Draymond Green. Said the shot was maybe rushed but thought there was contact. – 1:06 AM
Damichael Cole
@DamichaelC
Kyle Anderson on the message to Dillon Brooks:
“Keep shooting. We live and die with him.”
He added that they want Brooks to stay confident and they’re a much better team when he’s shooting well. – 1:06 AM
Melissa Rohlin
@melissarohlin
Mike Brown on Steph Curry: “I don’t know if he has a great memory, which is fantastic.” – 1:05 AM
Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
Kyle Anderson on Dillon Brooks: “You can’t be mad at him when the shots don’t fall because when they do fall, we are a really good team.” – 1:05 AM
Mark Medina
@MarkG_Medina
Mike Brown on Steph Curry: “He’a got to be the easiest superstar to be around.” – 1:04 AM
Sean Cunningham
@SeanCunningham
New Kings head coach Mike Brown, filling in for Warriors head coach Steve Kerr tonight in the Game 4 win over the Grizzlies says he’ll wait before speaking about his new Sacramento job, and pleads for Coach Kerr to get back as soon as possible. pic.twitter.com/XO0vcBwJEp1:03 AM

Meghan Triplett
@Meghan_Triplett
After the game Steven Adams said there were just a couple of plays that if they had gone differently, it would have been a different ball game.
Adams called them “easy fixes” and said it’s nothing that they can’t do. – 1:03 AM
Carl Steward
@stewardsfolly
I suppose the Warriors deserve some credit for being the only team with a series lead in the conference semis. All the other series 2-2. It’s a very competitive and compelling playoffs. – 1:02 AM
Marc J. Spears
@MarcJSpears
Warriors associate head coach Mike Brown says he won’t answer questions about being the new head coach of the Sacramento Kings until his introductory press conference after the Warriors’ season is over. – 1:02 AM
Golden State Warriors
@warriors
22 was everywhere tonight 🗣
@googlecloud || Player of the Game pic.twitter.com/LwX4UMIr8t12:59 AM

Michael Scotto
@MikeAScotto
A Sacramento Kings coach has won a playoff game for the first time since Rick Adelman on April 30, 2006. The problem is Mike Brown is still coaching the Warriors. Brown is now 12-0 in the playoffs as a replacement coach for the Warriors. pic.twitter.com/gHiUiebx0M12:58 AM

The Ringer
@ringernba
Steph Curry: “I felt like we got traded to the Kings overnight.”
Sacramento fans: pic.twitter.com/QRGXxaPHNj12:57 AM

Mark Giannotto
@mgiannotto
COLUMN: The Memphis Grizzlies couldn’t close out the Golden State Warriors without Ja Morant and this series could be close to over.
commercialappeal.com/story/sports/c…12:56 AM
Connor Letourneau
@Con_Chron
Mike Brown on the death of Draymond Green’s close friend and college teammate, Adreian Payne: “Draymond getting hit with something that impactful. Not only was it tough for him, but we felt it as a group.” – 12:56 AM
CJ Holmes
@CjHolmes22
Warriors assistant (and new Kings head coach) Mike Brown on when he found out Steve Kerr couldn’t coach tonight, and how he responded: pic.twitter.com/dkermUaJZ712:54 AM

Nate Duncan
@NateDuncanNBA
Grizz didn’t have much of a plan when the Warriors started switching down the end. Attacking Poole would have made sense, but they tried to iso a few times after setting a screen to get Poole OFF the ballhandler. – 12:54 AM
Ohm Youngmisuk
@NotoriousOHM
Taylor Jenkins says he is curious to see what the Last Two Minute Report will say on the Draymond Green contest on Jaren Jackson Jr. late 3. Jenkins felt that the 3 might’ve been a little rushed but that there was contact. – 12:54 AM
Meghan Triplett
@Meghan_Triplett
Jenkins said it is “to be determined” on if Ja Morant is available for Game 5. He will get more evaluation when they get back to Memphis. – 12:53 AM
Damichael Cole
@DamichaelC
Taylor Jenkins said they Dillon Brooks forced a couple shots trying to get his rhythm back. He said he like Brooks’ playmaking. – 12:52 AM
Law Murray
@LawMurrayTheNU
Steven Adams came back and was a +13 in a game Grizzlies lost by 3 (basically 6) – 12:52 AM
Damichael Cole
@DamichaelC
That’s a gut punch. Grizzlies let it slip away late when they could’ve used their closer. Tough loss. – 12:51 AM
Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
Taylor Jenkins said Dillon Brooks forced some shots but he loved his play making tonight. – 12:50 AM
Mark Haynes
@markhaynesnba
Andrew Wiggins finished the game with 17 points and 10 rebounds. – 12:50 AM
Law Murray
@LawMurrayTheNU
Warriors didn’t even make a field goal in last 3:25 of the game. Scored last 11 points from the free throw line. – 12:49 AM
Callie Caplan
@CallieCaplan
Maybe pencil in your calendars, maybe don’t if you believe in jinxes or don’t believe in the Mavs.
Potential Western Conference Finals schedules for Mavs/Suns vs. Warriors/Grizzlies, per NBA: pic.twitter.com/Kyz21R5qYr12:49 AM

James Ham
@James_HamNBA
“You talk about historically bad shooting, a lot of history was made. He’s been named head coach twice in 24 hours. I felt like we got traded to the Kings over night. I don’t know how to explain all of this. We’re obviously happy for him and his next gig.” -Curry on Mike Brown – 12:49 AM
Ryan Blackburn
@NBABlackburn
I know Nuggets fans can get upset at Will Barton, but y’all think his shot selection is Dillon Brooks level. It’s not. – 12:46 AM
Golden State Warriors
@warriors
said it before, we’ll say it again
BEST 👏 DEFENDER 👏 IN 👏 THE 👏 WORLD pic.twitter.com/cs0e0GNEtp12:45 AM

Kevin O’Connor
@KevinOConnorNBA
I’m baffled Taylor Jenkins played Dillon Brooks for 39 minutes. What’s the point of having such a deep bench if you’re leaving a shot-chucker out there? There were other options. Brooks made so many terrible choices and shots that helped the Grizzlies lose a winnable game. – 12:44 AM
Peter Edmiston
@peteredmiston
Called that one earlier today on the show, sadly. There was no doubt that Dillon Brooks was going to react badly to all of this. The only question was how badly – and the answer is…badly enough to cost you a critical game. That was brutal. – 12:44 AM
StatMuse
@statmuse
The Warriors points tonight:
38 in the first half
39 in the 4th quarter
Switch flipped. pic.twitter.com/V1z48NODS412:44 AM

Rob Perez
@WorldWideWob
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Golden State Warriors
@warriors
Final 📊
Stephen – 32p/5r/8a/1s
Andrew – 17p/10r/1a/1s/2b
Klay – 14p/7r/2a/1s/2b
Otto – 12p/2r/3a/2s
Jordan – 14p/6r/4a
Kevon – 8p/9r/1s/1b
Dray – 2p/11r/5a/1b
Damion – 2p/3r
JK – 1r/1a/1b pic.twitter.com/6MdUdXlEAy12:43 AM

Mark Followill
@MFollowill
Golden State beat Memphis tonight 101-98…their only lead of the entire game was for the final 45.7 seconds. – 12:43 AM
Marc Stein
@TheSteinLine
Stephen Curry postgame to @JaredSGreenberg: “I felt like we got traded to the Kings overnight.”
#viveksdream
More NBA from me: marcstein.substack.com12:40 AM
Carl Steward
@stewardsfolly
You always have a chance with Stephen Curry. – 12:40 AM
Mark Haynes
@markhaynesnba
The Warriors now lead the series 3-1 over the Grizzlies. – 12:39 AM
Memphis Grizzlies
@memgrizz
tough one. see you at the crib on Wednesday. pic.twitter.com/WoA2CGyL5H12:38 AM

StatMuse
@statmuse
Dillon Brooks has missed 35 of his last 48 threes this playoffs.
He is 3-17 from three this series. pic.twitter.com/ywd8eWQ8XH12:38 AM

Monte Poole
@MontePooleNBCS
Game 4 final: Warriors 101, Grizzlies 98
-Grotesque affair
-Never led until the final minute
-Curry: 32 points – 8 free throws in the final 45.7 seconds
-Wiggins: 17 and 10
-Overcame 40pct/24.3pct shooting
-Take 3-1 series lead back to Memphis – 12:38 AM
Eric Patten
@EricPatten
Memphis learned a lot about how to not close games from Minnesota – 12:38 AM
Meghan Triplett
@Meghan_Triplett
Grizzlies fall to the Warriors, 101-98.
The series now heads back to Memphis for a must-win GAME 5 @FedExForum. – 12:38 AM
Tim MacMahon
@espn_macmahon
Dillon Brooks is riding a hot hand heading into Game 5. – 12:37 AM
Connor Letourneau
@Con_Chron
FINAL: Warriors beat the Grizzlies, 101-98, to take a 3-1 series lead into Game 5 in Memphis on Wednesday. Steph Curry had 18 of his 32 points in the fourth quarter. – 12:37 AM
David Hardisty
@clutchfans
Warriors take a 3-1 series lead. There’s no way they could ever blow that. – 12:36 AM
Marc Stein
@TheSteinLine
Warriors have the only 3-1 lead … – 12:36 AM
Melissa Rohlin
@melissarohlin
The Warriors pull it off, beating the Grizzlies to take a 3-1 series lead, 101-98. It wasn’t pretty. But it doesn’t matter. – 12:36 AM
Alex Kennedy
@AlexKennedyNBA
The Grizzlies are such a good team, but there are way too many instances where they make stupid mistakes and their youth/inexperience is on display. – 12:36 AM
J. Michael Falgoust
@ThisIsJMichael
Down 3. There’s no look here for Jackson. Bad force. Draymond’s challenge forces an airball. Should’ve taken the easy 2 and then foul anyone but Curry. Still would’ve had 9 or 10 seconds 🤷🏽‍♂️ pic.twitter.com/ZTlb5Y6X8M12:36 AM

StatMuse
@statmuse
Steph Curry tonight:
32 PTS
5 REB
8 AST
4 3PT
18 points in the 4Q. pic.twitter.com/6kKZ3hIcqP12:36 AM

Adam Lauridsen
@GSWFastBreak
Who does the Memphis media blame for this loss? – 12:36 AM
Law Murray
@LawMurrayTheNU
Memphis Grizzlies are the only team down 3-1 in the semifinals.
They led by 13 in 2nd quarter of Game 1
They led by 13 in 1st quarter of Game 3
They led by 12 in 4th quarter of Game 4 – 12:36 AM
StatMuse
@statmuse
The Grizzlies led the league in rebounding this season.
The Warriors have outrebounded them in every game this series. pic.twitter.com/A77sjmXylf12:35 AM

Anthony Slater
@anthonyVslater
Draymond Green with the tip block of a Jaren Jackson 3 for the night’s most important stop. Six Steph Curry free throws in the final minute sealed it. Thought Andrew Wiggins’ defense in the fourth was huge. An ugly win, but a win. Warriors head to Memphis up 3-1. – 12:35 AM
Dan Favale
@danfavale
dillon brooks in the warriors team huddle pic.twitter.com/oVF8E9VqoE12:35 AM

Anthony Slater
@anthonyVslater
Points by quarter for the Warriors
-First: 20
-Second: 18
-Third: 24
-Fourth: 39 – 12:35 AM
Carl Steward
@stewardsfolly
Headline: Warriors mostly stink, still win – 12:35 AM
StatMuse
@statmuse
The Grizzlies have lost 4 games in a row without Ja Morant. pic.twitter.com/tpzso72mpM12:35 AM

Rylan Stiles
@Rylan_Stiles
Memphis had their chances without Ja…I can’t wait to see how this franchise evolves over the next 4-5 years. – 12:35 AM
Mark Haynes
@markhaynesnba
The Warriors are up 100-95 with 9.7 seconds left. pic.twitter.com/QmAMTOktFc12:34 AM

Mark Medina
@MarkG_Medina
Steph Curry and Draymond Green talking their sh– to each other, capturing the relief the Warriors did just enough to get a win after moving in mud for most of the game. – 12:34 AM
Connor Letourneau
@Con_Chron
This Warriors team has plenty of flaws, especially with GPII likely out the rest of the way. But hey, they still have Steph Curry. And in a wide-open playoff picture, that’s enough for Golden State to have a chance. – 12:34 AM
Quinton Mayo
@RealQuintonMayo
That’s literally a foul on Draymond. – 12:34 AM
Sam Vecenie
@Sam_Vecenie
Respect the shit out of Memphis, man. This is a tough, tough team. They’re already a tough out. Fun to imagine how tough they’re going to be to beat when Ja, Jaren, Bane, etc. aren’t on rookie scale deals. – 12:34 AM
Alex Kennedy
@AlexKennedyNBA
Even if Draymond Green hadn’t blocked that attempt, that would have been an AWFUL shot. What was JJJ thinking?! – 12:33 AM
Vincent Goodwill
@VinceGoodwill
Steph with a grind-like 18-point fourth quarter. He’s got 32-8-5, making every FT down the stretch. Warriors 9.5 away from going up 3-1 – 12:33 AM
StatMuse
@statmuse
The Warriors trailed in the first 47 minutes of Game 4. pic.twitter.com/Q7Ir7f1dEz12:33 AM

StatMuse
@statmuse
Draymond Green this playoffs:
— Game clinching steal
— Game clinching block pic.twitter.com/0aPPpyxXHW12:33 AM

Kristian Winfield
@Krisplashed
JJJ forced the worst possible shot with the game/series on the line. Move that ball and get a different shot. That’s bad basketball. – 12:33 AM
Adam Lauridsen
@GSWFastBreak
Things smart teams don’t do: go at Draymond Green for a game-winning basket. – 12:32 AM
Eric Nehm
@eric_nehm
Didn’t Draymond Green sort of hit Jaren Jackson Jr. there? – 12:32 AM
Marcus Thompson
@ThompsonScribe
Draymond with his best defensive play of the night, blocking that Jackson three – 12:32 AM
Carl Steward
@stewardsfolly
Who’s got Bane? – 12:32 AM
Golden State Warriors
@warriors
WARRRRIORRRRRSSSSSS – 12:31 AM
Gerald Bourguet
@GeraldBourguet
Dillon Brooks is THREE FOR SEVENTEEN? And he’s still out there in a must-win playoff game on the road?? My God. That is coaching malpractice – 12:30 AM
Geoff Calkins
@geoff_calkins
Should be fun taking Dillon Brooks calls tomorrow. – 12:30 AM
Tony Jones
@Tjonesonthenba
So many are talking about Brooks going 3/17…..his missed defensive rotations and turnovers have hurt Memphis even more than missing 14 shots
I have never seen a more he’s with us performance – 12:30 AM
Peter Vecsey
@PeterVecsey1
Memphis would’ve been off had nba suspended Brooks for the series., – 12:30 AM
The Ringer
@ringernba
Dillon Brooks pulling up to the Warriors locker room after the game pic.twitter.com/MGI5Y7JQDw12:30 AM

Nate Duncan
@NateDuncanNBA
3 Grizz fouls in the last 1:11 have led to 6 Warriors points to flip it from 93-90 to a 3-point GSW lead. – 12:29 AM
CJ Holmes
@CjHolmes22
Stephen Curry’s been in the kitchen for the entire fourth quarter, and he’s 25.9 seconds away from cooking up a 3-1 series lead for the Warriors. – 12:29 AM
Memphis Grizzlies
@memgrizz
25 seconds. Our ball. Down 3. – 12:29 AM
Vincent Goodwill
@VinceGoodwill
Warriors up 3, 25.9 seconds left. Do you play the foul game? – 12:29 AM
Mark Medina
@MarkG_Medina
Steph Curry did not have his normal shooting stroke tonight. But he made four key free throws when the Warriors needed any points they could get – 12:29 AM
Peter Vecsey
@PeterVecsey1
No push by Bane!! Barely put hands on Curry’s back!! Grazed, at most!! – 12:28 AM
Ohm Youngmisuk
@NotoriousOHM
Dillon Brooks tonight… John Starks-like 3-for-17 pic.twitter.com/B1Ky4hypQa12:28 AM

Marcus Thompson
@ThompsonScribe
Curry with 14 in the fourth after changing his shoes – 12:28 AM
Carl Steward
@stewardsfolly
Curry can act, too. Nice flourish on that little shove. – 12:28 AM
J. Michael Falgoust
@ThisIsJMichael
If Memphis loses this game, I don’t wanna hear a blip about Ja not playing. It’s gonna be Brooks’ incredible confidence in his jumper despite him being 3-for-17 – 12:27 AM
Meghan Triplett
@Meghan_Triplett
first lead of the night for the Warriors… – 12:27 AM
Nate Duncan
@NateDuncanNBA
They went for the Jackson iso against Draymond with 5 fouls, got a pretty decent look. – 12:27 AM
Austin Krell
@NBAKrell
Dillon Brooks getting 17 shots in a game is a lawsuit. – 12:26 AM
Brad Townsend
@townbrad
First Golden State lead. Crazy. – 12:26 AM
Ben Anderson
@BensHoops
Dillon Brooks legitimately might be having the worst game I’ve ever seen. – 12:26 AM
James Boyd
@RomeovilleKid
Bro, why on earth was Dillon Brooks shooting. Lord have mercy. – 12:26 AM
Marcus Thompson
@ThompsonScribe
Warriors’ first lead of the game is 94-93 – 12:26 AM
Sopan Deb
@SopanDeb
brooks from brooks and dunn would make better decision on the court tonight than dillon brooks – 12:26 AM
Golden State Warriors
@warriors
Steph at the line = CLUTCH. – 12:26 AM
Adam Spolane
@AdamSpolane
Dillon Brooks with 8 points on 17 shots in a 1-point game isn’t ideal – 12:26 AM
Nate Duncan
@NateDuncanNBA
Brown gets Porter in for Poole for defense/rebounding, not sure that’s the guy for defense though. They don’t have many other options other than Kuminga. – 12:26 AM
Kellan Olson
@KellanOlson
This Dillon Brooks performance is legendary – 12:26 AM
Gerald Bourguet
@GeraldBourguet
Dillon Brooks takes some truly staggering shots, and I do not mean that in a good way – 12:26 AM
Tony Jones
@Tjonesonthenba
Dillon Brooks has single-handedly wrecked Memphis tonight and it’s crazy that Jenkins has kept him on the floor – 12:26 AM
Law Murray
@LawMurrayTheNU
Few jump shots are adventurous as those coming from Dillon Brooks – 12:25 AM
J. Kyle Mann
@jkylemann
that wiggins miss was one of the most horrifying things ive ever seen – 12:25 AM
Rich Hoffman
@rich_hofmann
Dillon Brooks is 3 of 16 from the field. Why are you running plays for him at this point of the game? – 12:24 AM
James Boyd
@RomeovilleKid
Bro, Wiggins was an All-Star starter. 💀 – 12:24 AM
Tim Bontemps
@TimBontemps
The Grizzlies winning while playing 4-on-6 on offense is pretty amazing. – 12:24 AM
Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
I don’t understand why JJJ doesn’t get the ball on these trips. – 12:23 AM
Marcus Thompson
@ThompsonScribe
The Warriors’ last three trips: missed three, turnover, missed three – 12:23 AM
Vivek Jacob
@vivekmjacob
Kyle Anderson, wow – 12:23 AM
Meghan Triplett
@Meghan_Triplett
Jaren Jackson Jr is THAT guy! – 12:21 AM
Law Murray
@LawMurrayTheNU
Now is not the time for Grizzlies to shoot free throws like the University of Memphis – 12:21 AM
Vivek Jacob
@vivekmjacob
That’s a big time drive and finish with the left by JJJ – 12:21 AM
Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
Curry is unreal. That was from his back practically. – 12:20 AM
Chase Hughes
@ChaseHughesNBCS
Tyus Jones is a free agent this summer pic.twitter.com/Zh0MckdZrV12:19 AM
Nate Duncan
@NateDuncanNBA
If Draymond finishes the game, I think Warriors win. If he fouls out, Memphis takes it. – 12:19 AM
Vincent Goodwill
@VinceGoodwill
Call stands. 5 fouls on Draymond. 3:48 left. Not a well-played game but compelling – 12:18 AM
Anthony Slater
@anthonyVslater
Huge swing challenge there goes against the Warriors. Draymond Green fifth foul stands. If overtuned, would’ve been Jaren Jackson’s fifth. Two Grizzlies free throws. – 12:18 AM
Peter Vecsey
@PeterVecsey1
Tyus Jones is the Grizzles’ answer to Jalen Brunson… – 12:16 AM
Nate Duncan
@NateDuncanNBA
5 on Draymond. All 5 in this half. The first was a Eurofoul. Brown challenging, I don’t THINK this will get overturned unless they get Jackson for an elbow. – 12:16 AM
Jason Dumas
@JDumasReports
Draymond slid his feet, beat JJJ to the spot. Textbook defense. That’s a charge. – 12:16 AM
Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
That’s probably getting reversed. JJJ extended the elbow. – 12:15 AM
Fred Katz
@FredKatz
Kyle Anderson just stopped time. – 12:13 AM
Danny Leroux
@DannyLeroux
Brooks misses the shot and zero Warriors box out. Anderson gets the second chance ponts. – 12:12 AM
Gordon Gross
@GMoneyNuggs
Would like to replay one of Denver’s GSW losses against tonight’s hopelessly incompetent version, please. – 12:12 AM
Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
Warriors death lineup in. Grizz up 1. Can they hang on? – 12:12 AM
Peter Vecsey
@PeterVecsey1
Thompson (0-7) and Poole 0-10 from three…Green 1-2 FG in 28 minutes. Shouldn’t he look for his shot a little more, so at least the Grizzles consider him a mini threat? – 12:11 AM
Dan Favale
@danfavale
dillon brooks jab-stepping into a turnover pic.twitter.com/dtpen7FCuD12:10 AM

Tony Jones
@Tjonesonthenba
Marc Davis wow….they gave Wiggins that continuation but not Jackson….wow…Memphis is getting reffed right off the floor – 12:10 AM
Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
That may be a big call. Warriors go back, get a fourth on JJJ and about to cut it even more. – 12:10 AM
Nate Duncan
@NateDuncanNBA
Poole has absolutely no burst right now. – 12:10 AM
Chris Herrington
@ChrisHerrington
Last game, Kyle Anderson got a (first) tech for waving at the referee in disgust at getting called for a foul. Green just rand around in a circle yelling to no reaction. – 12:09 AM
Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
No continuation there for JJJ. Grizzlies are upset because Wiggins got the controversial one earlier. – 12:09 AM
Sopan Deb
@SopanDeb
how does draymond not get t’d up on every play lol – 12:09 AM
Connor Letourneau
@Con_Chron
Andrew Wiggins is the Warriors’ only player with a positive plus-minus tonight. He’s been consistently good in these playoffs. – 12:08 AM
Nate Duncan
@NateDuncanNBA
If Brooks can’t even take Jordan Poole it’s probably time to stop going to him tonight. – 12:08 AM
Carl Steward
@stewardsfolly
Curry needs to go off to salvage this. Going to 2-2 in this series is flirting with disaster when you should be dropping the hammer. – 12:05 AM
James Boyd
@RomeovilleKid
Dillon Brooks foul…… – 12:04 AM
Nate Duncan
@NateDuncanNBA
Draymond switches Porter onto Adams to deal with Jackson’s drive. So Memphis goes at Porter, gets him switched onto Tyus and he blows by him for an easy floater. Porter has hit big shots but can’t defend in space. – 12:03 AM
Damichael Cole
@DamichaelC
If the Grizzlies get this aggressive version of Jaren Jackson Jr. consistently, whewwww. – 12:02 AM
Connor Letourneau
@Con_Chron
Otto Porter is such a savvy vet. Seldom makes mistakes. Hits clutch shots. Always in the right spot on the floor. – 12:02 AM
Mark Medina
@MarkG_Medina
What a night. Otto Porter Jr. has made more 3’s (4-of-6) than Steph Curry (2-of-10), Klay Thompson (0-of-7) and Jordan Poole (0-of-3) combined. – 12:02 AM
Golden State Warriors
@warriors
back to back triples, thank youuuuu otto pic.twitter.com/Gff2mBP0qy12:01 AM

Damichael Cole
@DamichaelC
Otto Porter Jr. has been money on offense all series – 12:01 AM
CJ Holmes
@CjHolmes22
Otto Porter Jr. trying to lead the rally. – 12:01 AM
Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
JJJ’s got to get he ball every trip. – 12:00 AM
Kellan Olson
@KellanOlson
Al Horford and Steven Adams being difference makers in today’s games is my perfect doubleheader – 11:59 PM
Meghan Triplett
@Meghan_Triplett
Steven Adams and what he can do on the glass is absolute magic!! – 11:59 PM
Marcus Thompson
@ThompsonScribe
Steph Curry is changing his shoes, out of the Sager shoes and into the purple ones he wore in Game 3 – 11:59 PM
Carl Steward
@stewardsfolly
Steven Adams is killing the Warriors. Brutal. – 11:59 PM
Nate Duncan
@NateDuncanNBA
Maybe Draymond Green should come back in and play the rest of the game? That would put him on a mere 34 minutes. – 11:58 PM
Marcus Thompson
@ThompsonScribe
Grizzlies have no pressure. They have nothing to lose. And now they have a chance to win. Warriors are in trouble – 11:58 PM
Law Murray
@LawMurrayTheNU
Look at Steven Adams work – 11:58 PM
Nate Duncan
@NateDuncanNBA
Fan to my left tries to get an “MIP” chant going with Jordan Poole at the line. Chase Center crowd having a rough game too. – 11:57 PM
Memphis Grizzlies
@memgrizz
4th quarter is here.
we lead 69-62.
📺 @NBAonTNT | 📻 @929espn11:57 PM
Ohm Youngmisuk
@NotoriousOHM
Grizz lead by nine early in the fourth without Ja Morant… – 11:56 PM
Connor Letourneau
@Con_Chron
Damion Lee on pace to log his most playing time of these playoffs. Has 12 minutes, and he’s on the floor to start the fourth quarter. – 11:56 PM
Memphis Grizzlies
@memgrizz
🚨 DEUCE DEUCE TO BEAT THE BUZZER 🚨 pic.twitter.com/tCbXGrCmXl11:56 PM

Law Murray
@LawMurrayTheNU
The next Golden State lead tonight will be their first… – 11:56 PM
Marc J. Spears
@MarcJSpears
The Warriors are shooting 35.6% from the field and have missed 24 of 29 3-pointers. Steph and Klay are a combined 2 of 17 from 3-point range. Memphis sans Ja Morant shooting miserably as well but has 25 bench points, 42 points in the point and 13 fast break points. Grizzlies up 7 pic.twitter.com/OOm6cB0fLW11:55 PM
Danny Leroux
@DannyLeroux
Through three quarters, the Grizzlies have a 90.8 OffRtg and 77.6 first shot halfcourt OffRtg.
Those both tower over the Warriors’ 80.5 OffRtg and 71.2 first shot halfcourt OffRtg – 11:55 PM
Monte Poole
@MontePooleNBCS
After 3: Grizzlies 69, Warriors 62
-Splash Bros: 11/36 overall, 2/19 from 3
-Warriors: 35.6 overall, 17.2 from 3
-Have yet to get a lead – 11:54 PM
Law Murray
@LawMurrayTheNU
Even before Bane prayer answered, best 3rd quarter by Grizzlies in a very long time – 11:54 PM
Nate Duncan
@NateDuncanNBA
I’d have wanted to try Kuminga again, just someone with confidence to go up and finish inside and run the floor in transition. I think you can get away with his defensive inexperience vs this Memphis group. – 11:53 PM
Connor Letourneau
@Con_Chron
END OF Q3: Warriors trail the Grizzlies, 69-62. Golden State is shooting just 34.7% from the field (17.2% from 3-point range). – 11:53 PM
Geoff Calkins
@geoff_calkins
Playing the role of Ja Morant tonight will be Desmond Bane. – 11:53 PM
Marcus Thompson
@ThompsonScribe
The Warriors have given the Grizzlies all they wanted: a chance to win. Now they’ve got to win the fourth by 8 in a game they’ve never led – 11:53 PM
Ohm Youngmisuk
@NotoriousOHM
In a game in which points and 3’s are at a premium, Desmond Bane burying a 3-point heave at the third-quarter buzzer is massive for Memphis and the struggling/hurting Bane. – 11:53 PM
James Boyd
@RomeovilleKid
Richmond native and former Seton Catholic star Desmond Bane with a HUGE 3 right there! Wow!! – 11:53 PM
Damichael Cole
@DamichaelC
End of 3:
Grizzlies 69 Warriors 62
Memphis has to hold on one more quarter and it can’t call 12. Defense has been strong and communicating to limit the open chances Golden State got in Game 3. – 11:53 PM
Mark Giannotto
@mgiannotto
Grizzlies lead Golden State 69-62 heading into the 4Q. This is the way. – 11:53 PM
Vincent Goodwill
@VinceGoodwill
Another halfcourt shot to end a quarter, this one from Desmond Bane. 69-62, Grizz. 12 minutes away from taking back home court. – 11:52 PM
Chris Herrington
@ChrisHerrington
Desmond Bane 3-point floater at the third-quarter buzzer. Grizzlies 69, Warriors 62. One precarious quarter to go. Dubs have never lead. – 11:52 PM
Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
Desmond Bane threw that up so awkwardly, too. – 11:52 PM
Mark Medina
@MarkG_Medina
Desmond Bane made a Steph Curry-like shot from halfcourt just before the third quarter ended. – 11:52 PM
J. Michael Falgoust
@ThisIsJMichael
Kyle Anderson can play until he’s 75 – 11:52 PM
Anthony Slater
@anthonyVslater
The Warriors enter the fourth quarter with 62 points. They only need another 80 points in the final 12 minutes to match their Game 3 total. Down seven to a Memphis team without Ja Morant. – 11:52 PM
Fred Katz
@FredKatz
In a game that no one can hit a jumper, Desmond Bane totally would hit that one to end the third. – 11:52 PM
James Boyd
@RomeovilleKid
Get Dillon Brooks out the game!!! – 11:52 PM
Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
What is with these Grizzlies and halfcourt shots?!?! – 11:52 PM
Tim Bontemps
@TimBontemps
Dillon Brooks is killing Memphis. – 11:52 PM
Tony Jones
@Tjonesonthenba
What is Dillon Brooks doing 😂😂 – 11:51 PM
Micah Adams
@MicahAdams13
My knee jerk reaction is that Warriors-Grizzlies is the worst NBA playoff game I’ve ever seen until remembering the entire 2004 playoffs. – 11:51 PM
Marcus Thompson
@ThompsonScribe
Curry and Thompson are 11-for-36, including 2-for-17 from 3 – 11:51 PM
Dan Favale
@danfavale
death, taxes, and kyle anderson playing at a cadence all his own – 11:51 PM
Rob Perez
@WorldWideWob
“Kyle Anderson lines it up..” pic.twitter.com/6cU6Zwq1DV11:50 PM
Chris Herrington
@ChrisHerrington
Brooks goes coast to coast and layup roles out. Been that kind of night offensively, and timeline is clowning him. But there are probably six Grizzlies I trust in this game right now, and he’s one of them. – 11:50 PM
Carl Steward
@stewardsfolly
Hilarious that the Warriors could play this gawd-awful and think putting Kuminga in the game could hurt them. – 11:50 PM
Krishna Narsu
@knarsu3
Dillon Brooks is a brick and a problem. – 11:50 PM
Nate Duncan
@NateDuncanNBA
Now 4x Kyle Anderson has attacked Poole, 3 buckets and a foul. – 11:50 PM
Kamenetzky Brothers
@KamBrothers
Kyle Anderson is like a reverse special effect. AK – 11:50 PM
Marcus Thompson
@ThompsonScribe
Grizzlies coming back with Adams for the rim protection. The Warriors need to get him on the perimeter and drive past him – 11:48 PM
David Locke
@DLocke09
Steph Curry has to be the greatest teammate ever. He makes the team play every time and he is a good shot from every spot on the floor but instead he trusts and engages with his teammates – 11:46 PM
Damichael Cole
@DamichaelC
I mean we know why Bane isn’t playing as well, but mannnn what has happened to Brandon Clarke this series?
Rebounding impact is not there and he isn’t scoring as efficiently as he has all season. – 11:45 PM
Monte Poole
@MontePooleNBCS
Steph and Klay FG a combined 11/33 and 2/17.
And Warriors trail by only 2, 62-60, 2:08 left in the 3rd – 11:45 PM
Golden State Warriors
@warriors
that hesitation dribble though 👀 pic.twitter.com/Fj4cPVNndA11:45 PM

Keith Smith
@KeithSmithNBA
Ziaire Williams being a legit rotation guy already is why Memphis could let some FAs (Kyle Anderson primarily) leave and go the cap space route this summer. Assuming there is a guy the Grizzlies can get, of course. – 11:44 PM
Nate Duncan
@NateDuncanNBA
Kevon Looney has been rock solid in this series for the Warriors. – 11:44 PM
Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
Here comes Golden State. As soon as JJJ went out. – 11:43 PM
Carl Steward
@stewardsfolly
Poole/Curry/Klay: 12 for 40. Seriously? – 11:43 PM
James Boyd
@RomeovilleKid
Steph and Klay are 10-for-32 and 1-for-16 on 3s. Just terrible shooting from two of the best ever. – 11:42 PM
Peter Vecsey
@PeterVecsey1
I have never seen the Warriors so discombobulated, or Curry & Thompson so out of touch. I give total credit to the Grizzlies!! – 11:41 PM
Geoff Calkins
@geoff_calkins
Weirdly, a good number of the boos for Brooks now coming from Memphis. – 11:40 PM
Chris Vernon
@ChrisVernonShow
someone on the Grizzlies, or perhaps a coach, should tell Dillon to STOP SHOOTING THE BALL. – 11:40 PM
Tony Jones
@Tjonesonthenba
Nice of Dillon brooks to give Golden State a sixth man after coming off suspension – 11:40 PM
Keith Smith
@KeithSmithNBA
I need the confidence in the things I do in my life that Dillon Brooks has in his jumper. – 11:39 PM
Anthony Slater
@anthonyVslater
Dillon Brooks has now missed 22 of his 27 shot attempts in this series. – 11:38 PM
James Boyd
@RomeovilleKid
Lol man, Dillon Brooks gotta stop shooting at some point. – 11:38 PM
Kyle Kuzma
@kylekuzma
Wiggins been real good all playoffs – 11:37 PM
Damichael Cole
@DamichaelC
Omg Dillon Brooks just called an iso while shooting 2-10. Help my eyes Lawd. – 11:37 PM
Meghan Triplett
@Meghan_Triplett
back to being a block party for Jaren Jackson Jr. He’s got 4 so far in this game – 11:37 PM
Matt George
@MattGeorgeSAC
Mike Brown intentionally coaching the Warriors to a loss?
That’s my head coach. 💜 – 11:36 PM
Anthony Slater
@anthonyVslater
Steph Curry is now 6-of-27 from 3 the last 11 quarters of this series. Plenty of clean looks/misses tonight. – 11:34 PM
Chuck Cooperstein
@coopmavs
Can Dillon Brooks please stop shooting every time he touches the ball? – 11:33 PM
Bobby Marks
@BobbyMarks42
Does it get to a point when Dillon Brooks stops taking jumpers?
5-26 in this series and 2-13 from 3. – 11:32 PM
Monte Poole
@MontePooleNBCS
Draymond has a few heated words with crew chief Marc Davis. And a few more for official Karl Lane. – 11:32 PM
Damichael Cole
@DamichaelC
Jaren Jackson Jr. got so much skill. As Jordan Poole said, he’s a guard in a 6-11 body. – 11:32 PM
Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
Grizzlies have to go to JJJ. Brooks is 2-for-10. Bane still isn’t moving great. Jaren’s gotta touch it a lot. – 11:32 PM
James Boyd
@RomeovilleKid
Need Memphis to win for the chaos. – 11:31 PM
Mark Medina
@MarkG_Medina
Just a hunch that the Warriors will shoot a lot better from 3 in the second half. – 11:30 PM
Meghan Triplett
@Meghan_Triplett
That Desmond Bane three sure is pretty! – 11:29 PM
Golden State Warriors
@warriors
SC with the dime
Otto with the dart
📺 @NBAonTNT pic.twitter.com/AIjN37Vedk11:29 PM

Anthony Slater
@anthonyVslater
Otto Porter Jr. starting in Jonathan Kuminga’s place for a second straight second half. Opens it with a corner 3. – 11:27 PM
Carl Steward
@stewardsfolly
Barkley nailed it: Warriors are “just screwing around.” Then he just dropped “Mike Brown could get fired by the Sacramento Kings if he loses this game.” It was a joke, but Ws fans not likely laughing. – 11:26 PM
Mark Haynes
@markhaynesnba
You can tell by the way Ja Morant is walking he’s in a ton of pain. – 11:26 PM
Krishna Narsu
@knarsu3
Never seem to know whether Klay is gonna be a bucket or a brick. – 11:25 PM
Chris Vernon
@ChrisVernonShow
There are an awful lot of teams I watched screw around thinking they that could just turn it on when wanted to vs Grizzlies w/o Ja.
Playoffs are different world, but they just gotta stave off a golden st tsunami and keep it close. The longer game stays a mess, the better. – 11:25 PM
Monte Poole
@MontePooleNBCS
Curry’s 3-ball with 46.2 seconds left in the half was his 500th in postseason play. First player to reach that milestone – 11:24 PM
Golden State Warriors
@warriors
24 minutes to go.
Lock in, #DubNation pic.twitter.com/B1ke72MQiz11:23 PM

Mike Beuoy
@inpredict
Warriors still ~70% to win per both inpredictable model and the markets. – 11:23 PM
Monte Poole
@MontePooleNBCS
Per Elias: Warriors missed their first 15 3s. Last team to do that in the playoffs: 2010-11 Thunder. Missed 16 in a row. – 11:21 PM
Damichael Cole
@DamichaelC
Desmond Bane sporting some protection for his back during halftime. He’s not 100% right now. pic.twitter.com/Va1Xn7MPii11:20 PM

Law Murray
@LawMurrayTheNU
Bane/Brooks/JJJ: 3/18 FGs, 0/7 3s in first half
And they lead on the road at half – 11:17 PM
Thon Maker
@ThonMaker14
Memphis struggling! yet up at halftime‼️👀 #WarriorsVsGrizzlies #playoffs11:14 PM
Carl Steward
@stewardsfolly
Mike Brown coaching like he’s already in Sacramento. Good lord, Warriors playing like the Kings, which is about the worst insult you can pin on them. – 11:13 PM
Law Murray
@LawMurrayTheNU
Well that was quite a first half in Golden State pic.twitter.com/8gue1vKvrH11:12 PM
Marcus Thompson
@ThompsonScribe
Warriors’ 1Q offense:
20 points, 0-for-10 from three and 9-for-13 inside arc
Warriors’ 2Q offense:
18 points, 2-for-10 from three and 5-for-15 inside arc – 11:12 PM
Mark Giannotto
@mgiannotto
Desmond Bane, Dillon Brooks and Jaren Jackson Jr. are a combined 3-18 from the field. Hard to believe that can continue if Grizzlies want to hold this lead. – 11:12 PM
Anthony Slater
@anthonyVslater
Heavy limp for Ja Morant going to the locker room at halftime. Only one off day between each remaining game in this series. Grizzlies remaining vague on his diagnosis. pic.twitter.com/sKESIXdej111:12 PM

Mark Haynes
@markhaynesnba
Memphis leads 41-38 at halftime. The Warriors are shooting 33.3 percent from the field and 10 percent from three. The good news is they haven’t missed a free throw yet. – 11:12 PM
Monte Poole
@MontePooleNBCS
Warriors scored 41 pts in the 4th quarter of Game 3
Game 4: 38 at the half
Yet trail Grizzlies by only 3 after 24 minutes of brick-lobbing by both teams
If the basketball could cry, it would – 11:12 PM
Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
JJJ played 13 minutes in that first half – with one foul. 🤷‍♂️ – 11:12 PM
Adam Lauridsen
@GSWFastBreak
The Warriors scored 38 points in the 2nd quarter and 41 points in the 4th quarter in Game 3. 38 points in the 1st half tonight. – 11:11 PM
Anthony Slater
@anthonyVslater
The Warriors scored 38, 37 and 41 points in the second, third and fourth quarters the other night. Went for 38 total in the first half tonight — 11 turnovers, 2 of 20 from 3. – 11:11 PM
Chris Herrington
@ChrisHerrington
Chase Center crowd rose up multiple times the last few minutes in anticipation of taking a first lead. It never came. Grizzlies hold on, 41-38, at end of the half.
Bane, Jackson and Brooks, the team’s three best scoring hopes, are a combined 3-18. – 11:11 PM
CJ Holmes
@CjHolmes22
Warriors trail the Grizzlies 41-38 at halftime. Stephen Curry is the only Golden State player in double-figures with 11 points. Dubs shot 33 percent as a team, had 11 turnovers and went 2-20 from 3-point range. – 11:11 PM
Connor Letourneau
@Con_Chron
HALFTIME: Warriors trail the Grizzlies, 41-38. After opening 0-for-15 from 3-point range, Golden State went 3-for-5 the rest of the way. – 11:10 PM
Carl Steward
@stewardsfolly
Warriors didn’t even get to 40 by the end of the half. That’s disgraceful. – 11:10 PM
Damichael Cole
@DamichaelC
Halftime:
Grizzlies 41 Warriors 38
This game has been everything but pretty. Warriors shooting 33%. Grizzlies shooting 35%
Tyus Jones and Kyle Anderson each have 10 for Memphis. Steph Curry has 11 for Golden State. – 11:10 PM
Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
It has the be incredibly frustrating that falling asleep for one second defensively against the Warriors is costly.
But the Grizzlies have a 41-38 lead at the break. Going to need some better shooting to hold it, feels like. – 11:10 PM
Melissa Rohlin
@melissarohlin
The Memphis Grizzlies (without Ja Morant) have a 41-38 lead over the Golden State Warriors at halftime. The Warriors are 2-for-19 from beyond the arc and have nearly twice as many turnovers (11) turnovers as the Grizzlies (6). – 11:10 PM
JD Shaw
@JShawNBA
Warriors superstar Stephen Curry has become the first player in NBA history to hit 500 playoff three-pointers in his career. – 11:10 PM
Ohm Youngmisuk
@NotoriousOHM
Steph Curry just became the first player in NBA postseason history to reach 500 made 3-pointers – 11:09 PM
Ray Ratto
@RattoIndy
Warriors on pace for 142, if they play three more halves. – 11:09 PM
StatMuse
@statmuse
Steph Curry is the first player in NBA history with 500 playoff threes. pic.twitter.com/0F9M0ZZkdV11:09 PM

Micah Adams
@MicahAdams13
500 for Steph.
Curry just became the first player in NBA history with 500 made 3-pointers in the playoffs. – 11:09 PM
Golden State Warriors PR
@WarriorsPR
Stephen Curry is the first player in NBA history to hit 500 career postseason three-pointers. – 11:09 PM
Golden State Warriors
@warriors
The ONLY player in NBA history to make 500 career playoff threes
Wardell Stephen Curry II pic.twitter.com/9tbdSyh4uN11:08 PM

Nate Duncan
@NateDuncanNBA
Dillon Brooks is having a miserable game on both ends so far. – 11:07 PM
Meghan Triplett
@Meghan_Triplett
10 rebounds for Steven Adams and we aren’t done with the 1st half. – 11:06 PM
CJ Holmes
@CjHolmes22
Steven Adams is dominating on the glass. – 11:06 PM
Chris Herrington
@ChrisHerrington
Grizzlies were a bad halfcourt offensive team even with Morant. Not a great toolkit here, but Bane, Brooks and Jackson all capable of getting hot. Grizzlies need at least one of them to get into a groove. – 11:05 PM
Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
One of my favorite things is every single road fan base calling for a travel on Kyle Anderson. It’s like he has it down to a science. – 11:04 PM
Monte Poole
@MontePooleNBCS
Warriors shooting 32.5 pct overall, 6.3 pct from 3. Have 11 turnovers. And trail by only 4. Kinda amazing – 11:04 PM
Carl Steward
@stewardsfolly
Warriors very much in this, but let’s face it, they’ve mostly been awful. When they play loosey-goosey ball, they absolutely suck. – 11:03 PM
Kendra Andrews
@kendra__andrews
Otto Porter Jr. finally hits the Warriors’ first 3-pointer of the night with 3:23 left in the second. Golden State had missed their first 15 threes. – 11:02 PM
Mark Haynes
@markhaynesnba
For those who thought this would be an easy game to win, the Grizzlies were 20-5 this season without Ja Morant. – 11:02 PM
Nate Duncan
@NateDuncanNBA
Grizz have one offensive rebound, and it was Steven Adams recovering his own blocked dunk. – 11:01 PM
Meghan Triplett
@Meghan_Triplett
Can’t believe that is the Warriors first three of the night!
3:23 left in the 2nd qtr. – 11:01 PM
Anthony Slater
@anthonyVslater
Otto Porter Jr. snaps the Warriors’ drought from 3. They’re now 1 of 16. Grizzlies are 3 of 17. Teams a combined 4 of 33 from 3 in the first half. – 11:01 PM
Vivek Jacob
@vivekmjacob
warriors knock down their first three with 3 mins remaining second quarter
TIMEOUT GRIZZLIES – 11:00 PM
CJ Holmes
@CjHolmes22
With 3:23 left in the half, Otto Porter Jr. knocks down the Warriors’ first 3-pointer of the night (1/16).
Houston’s record is safe. Dubs trail 35-31. – 11:00 PM
Connor Letourneau
@Con_Chron
With 3:23 left in Q2, OPJ hits a 3 from the top of the arc and the crowd erupts to their feet. That was the Warriors’ first 3-pointer in 16 attempts. – 11:00 PM
Nate Duncan
@NateDuncanNBA
Memphis with a nice adjustment on the “drive the front” from Wiggins when Draymond is in the post, Tyus stepped out in front of him off the front and took that away. – 11:00 PM
Chris Herrington
@ChrisHerrington
And Otto Porter Jr. breaks the Dubs’ 0-15 3-point shooting start. – 11:00 PM
Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
Finally the Warriors break through. Sarcastic cheer from the crowd after that shot. – 11:00 PM
Monte Poole
@MontePooleNBCS
The 16th 3-ball, shot by Otto Porter Jr, goes in. Warriors now 1-16 from distance – 11:00 PM
Marcus Thompson
@ThompsonScribe
Of course Otto Porter Jr. breaks the three-point lid on the Warriors’ basket – 11:00 PM
Mark Medina
@MarkG_Medina
Leave it to Otto Porter Jr. to make the Warriors’ first 3 of the night – 11:00 PM
Peter Vecsey
@PeterVecsey1
Have the announcers mentioned the Warriors are 0-15 from three point range? Do they know it? – 10:59 PM
Vivek Jacob
@vivekmjacob
really like the assertiveness tyus jones has played with – 10:59 PM
John Schuhmann
@johnschuhmann
Was it Draymond that said on a recent podcast that the Warriors could never have a long stretch going 0-fer on 3s? Was that @jj_redick‘s pod? I could be wrong. – 10:58 PM
Chris Fedor
@ChrisFedor
The Grizzlies adjustment to have Golden State miss all these good 3-point looks is working very well. – 10:57 PM
Mark Haynes
@markhaynesnba
Something tells me Draymond is going to make the first 3 of the game for the Warriors. – 10:57 PM
Vincent Goodwill
@VinceGoodwill
This game is #MamaPayne ugly. Warriors 0-15 from 3. Grizz struggling with shot selection without Ja – 10:56 PM
Mark Medina
@MarkG_Medina
The Warriors have missed all 15 of their 3’s. It brings back memories when Warriors also faced Grizzlies in 2015 playoffs, and faced skepticism they could win a title because they shot a lot of 3’s. – 10:56 PM
Anthony Slater
@anthonyVslater
That’s 15 straight missed 3s to open this game for the Warriors. More than halfway to that Houston 27 straight missed mark. – 10:56 PM
Ohm Youngmisuk
@NotoriousOHM
Never imagined I would witness the Warriors shoot 0-for-15 from 3! – 10:55 PM
Fred Katz
@FredKatz
The Warriors are 0-for-13 from 3. – 10:55 PM
Mark Haynes
@markhaynesnba
The Warriors are 0-14 from deep. – 10:55 PM
Marcus Thompson
@ThompsonScribe
Can the Warriors get to 0-for-27? – 10:55 PM
Jason Dumas
@JDumasReports
The Warriors have been getting to the rim at will all series long. They shouldn’t settle for threes. – 10:54 PM
Peter Vecsey
@PeterVecsey1
Warriors are 0- 11 from three point range. Kings might want to reconsider their coaching choice… – 10:53 PM
Peter Edmiston
@peteredmiston
Grizzlies have done a spectacular job of mucking up the game. Much more intense defense, better organized switching, making it hard for the Warriors. If they could throw the ball in the ocean, they’d be up 20. But they can’t and are only up 6. Still, pretty good start. – 10:53 PM
Chris Herrington
@ChrisHerrington
Warriors 0-11 from 3 and have 10 turnovers and Grizzlies lead by 6. The first two won’t fully sustain. Grizzlies have to start generating more offense. – 10:52 PM
CJ Holmes
@CjHolmes22
Remember Warriors fans: Mike Brown ain’t the one out there throwing the ball into the stands. – 10:51 PM
Carl Steward
@stewardsfolly
Warriors need to get Kuminga in this game. So many chances he could have had so far. – 10:51 PM
Nate Duncan
@NateDuncanNBA
Memphis switching everything on-ball with Steph out, but sticking with their matchup off-ball. Has worked well to confuse the Warriors. – 10:50 PM
Chris Herrington
@ChrisHerrington
Grizzlies up 28-22 and we in the mud. Dillon Brooks needs to wander through a kids dance routine. – 10:50 PM
Connor Letourneau
@Con_Chron
The Warriors have 10 turnovers and are 0-for-11 from 3-point range, yet they’re only down six points. – 10:50 PM
Mark Giannotto
@mgiannotto
This feels like a Grit and Grind game. I think that’s a good thing considering the circumstances. Get the Warriors in the mud. – 10:49 PM
Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
This is some really ugly shooting. Warriors 0-for-11 from 3. Grizzlies 2-for-14. 10 turnovers already for Golden State. – 10:49 PM
Marcus Thompson
@ThompsonScribe
It seems the Warriors still haven’t figured out Memphis is overplaying everything – 10:49 PM
Nate Duncan
@NateDuncanNBA
As a veteran Warriors watcher, I expected them to mess around with Ja out, but this is well beyond even my expectations. – 10:49 PM
James Edwards III
@JLEdwardsIII
Did you know JJJ and Poole played in high school together? – 10:48 PM
Vivek Jacob
@vivekmjacob
nil-nil second quarter, poole with a crucial goal – 10:47 PM
Connor Letourneau
@Con_Chron
Little more than two minutes into the second quarter, and the Warriors have nine turnovers. – 10:47 PM
Ric Bucher
@RicBucher
Andre Iguodala promised himself he’d take time to enjoy his second ride with the Warriors. He just never expected it to be this bumpy… foxsports.com/stories/nba/an…10:47 PM
Marc J. Spears
@MarcJSpears
Great slow pace and defense for the Grizzlies sans Ja Morant to hold the Warriors to 20 points in the first quarter. Golden State was 0-for-10 from 3-point range in the first quarter and shot 39.1 percent from the field. – 10:44 PM
Nate Duncan
@NateDuncanNBA
Grizz have concentrated more on taking away the rim. I’m guessing at some point the Warriors will hit a 3, but there’s at least variance on those vs the layups they gave up last game. – 10:43 PM
Ryan McDonough
@McDNBA
The Grizzlies did win 80% of their games without Ja – and Ja missed 25 games… – 10:43 PM
Monte Poole
@MontePooleNBCS
After 1: Warriors trail Grizzlies 24-20
-6 turnovers, 5 MEM pts (MEM: 1 turnover, 0 GSW pts)
-Curry 6 (0/4 from 3, now 5/23 over last 2plus games
-17-10 rebounding edge
-39pct FG, 0/10 from 3 – 10:43 PM
Meghan Triplett
@Meghan_Triplett
After the 1st qtr, Grizzlies up 24-20.
Defense (3 blocks, 2 steals and 5pts off 6 Golden State turnovers), 16 Pts in the paint, and 9 assists on 11 made FGs! – 10:42 PM
Memphis Grizzlies
@memgrizz
a wrap for the first quarter.
we lead 24-20.
📺 @NBAonTNT | 📻 @929espn pic.twitter.com/oQZGZ87RHF10:42 PM

Chris Herrington
@ChrisHerrington
Grizzlies have slowed the game down, played good defense and gotten just enough halfcourt offense to lead, 24-20. – 10:42 PM
Kerith Burke
@KerithBurke
The Warriors shot chart from the first quarter. 0-10 from three, Steph and Klay both 0-4. pic.twitter.com/zqaXeGBxka10:41 PM

Damichael Cole
@DamichaelC
End of 1:
Grizzlies lead 24-20
That’s the good. They also held the Warriors to 39.1% shooting. I don’t know how sustainable that is, considering Golden State missed some good looks. Warriors 0-10 on 3-pointers.
Grizzlies had nine first quarter assists. That ball is moving. – 10:41 PM
Mark Medina
@MarkG_Medina
Grizzlies have a 24-20 first-quarter lead over the Warriors. Amazing that it is even that close with the Warriors missing all 10 of their 3’s. Warriors are beating the Grizzlies on the boards (17-10) – 10:40 PM
Anthony Slater
@anthonyVslater
Warriors missed all 10 of their first quarter 3s and turned it over seven times. Steph Curry 0 of 4 from deep, Klay Thompson 0 of 4. Curry is 10 of 35 from 3 in this series. – 10:40 PM
Connor Letourneau
@Con_Chron
END OF Q1: Golden State trails Memphis, 24-20. The Warriors are 0-for-10 from 3, with Klay Thompson and Steph Curry accounting for eight of those misses. – 10:40 PM
Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
Grizzlies lead 24-20 after one quarter. Warriors shot 0-for-10 from 3. – 10:40 PM
Marcus Thompson
@ThompsonScribe
Grizzlies are 2-for-11 from three and STILL outshooting the Warriors from deep lol – 10:40 PM
Chris Herrington
@ChrisHerrington
Warriors went 0-10 from 3 in the first quarter. – 10:40 PM
CJ Holmes
@CjHolmes22
Warriors have started 0-10 from 3-point range with 6 turnovers yet they only trail by 4. – 10:39 PM
Vincent Goodwill
@VinceGoodwill
Steph 0-4 from 3, Klay 0-4. Not a strong sign. Both have gotten good looks, but a couple have been forced – 10:38 PM
Marcus Thompson
@ThompsonScribe
Warriors 0-for-7 from 3 and 8-for-11 inside the arc – 10:36 PM
Golden State Warriors
@warriors
pick & roll perfection
📺 @NBAonTNT pic.twitter.com/vFfwUZFHh610:34 PM

Connor Letourneau
@Con_Chron
Really clean start from the Morant-less Grizzlies, who have 7 assists and just one turnover. Meanwhile, the Warriors have as many assists (5) as turnovers (5). – 10:33 PM
CJ Holmes
@CjHolmes22
Kicks update: Stephen Curry is wearing special shoes tonight to honor the late Craig Sager. The shoes will be signed by Curry and auctioned off on Wednesday at https://t.co/vsBufPkLJL. pic.twitter.com/wxDyww5NpL10:31 PM

Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
If I’m the Grizzlies I’m giving Poole the Luka treatment. – 10:31 PM
Rob Perez
@WorldWideWob
every Kyle Anderson jumper is a challenge to see if he can shoot slower than the last time. – 10:30 PM
Mark Giannotto
@mgiannotto
Steven Adams looked perfectly capable of hanging in this game defensively during those opening 8 mins. Good early sign for the Grizzlies. – 10:29 PM
Damichael Cole
@DamichaelC
Steven Adams is getting the ball around the top of the key looking to make plays, but the Warriors are doing a good job of denying the basketball. Stephen Curry noticeably did a good job on Desmond Bane. Adams and Bane connected on a lot of those plays throughout the season. – 10:29 PM
Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
Grizzlies now 1-for-7 from 3. Golden State is 0-for-6. – 10:29 PM
Connor Letourneau
@Con_Chron
Got to wonder if the Warriors’ slow start will be enough for Steve Kerr (Mike Brown?) to start Otto Porter Jr. or Jordan Poole in Game 5. Both have been plus-minus wizards in this series. – 10:29 PM
Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
Brooks is getting Poole on defense and Ziaire Williams has Curry. Interesting choice. – 10:28 PM
Nate Duncan
@NateDuncanNBA
Look for the Grizz to go at Poole and Curry with Kyle Anderson like we just saw. – 10:28 PM
Chris Herrington
@ChrisHerrington
Jaren Jackson Jr. is back. This was his normal sub pattern anyway. Bathroom break? – 10:26 PM
Chris Herring
@Herring_NBA
Not necessarily expecting much of Memphis tonight. But they were great at turning teams over when Ja was out this year. Defense clamps down a lot harder. si.com/.amp/nba/2022/…10:25 PM
Anthony Slater
@anthonyVslater
Warriors’ two best plus/minus players in this series have been Otto Porter (+49) and Jordan Poole (+45). Nobody else better than +13 entering the night. Neither Porter/Poole are starting. Warriors down 13-8 first 5.5 minutes tonight. Poole about to enter. – 10:24 PM
Chris Herrington
@ChrisHerrington
Stoppage, and Jaren Jackson Jr. leaves the floor and heads into the tunnel. Not sure what that’s about. – 10:23 PM
Marcus Thompson
@ThompsonScribe
That’s 8 points and four turnovers in the first five and a half minutes for the Warriors. Another slow start – 10:23 PM
Kellan Olson
@KellanOlson
Adams just nutmeg Draymond? – 10:23 PM
CJ Holmes
@CjHolmes22
Jordan Poole is checking in for the first time tonight after the timeout. – 10:23 PM
Trey Kerby
@treykerby
Steven Adams earned the Music Dance Experience pic.twitter.com/84jGwrRUsZ10:22 PM
Ohm Youngmisuk
@NotoriousOHM
Dillon Brooks, booed each time he has touched the ball, has not been shy in his return. He has launched four shots in his first four minutes. – 10:21 PM
Melissa Rohlin
@melissarohlin
Dillon Brooks is getting booed every. single. time. he touches the ball. – 10:21 PM
Adam Lauridsen
@GSWFastBreak
Warriors with shootaround intensity. – 10:21 PM
CJ Holmes
@CjHolmes22
Warriors are giving up a lot of open 3s early. Memphis just isn’t taking advantage. Both teams are a combined 0-8 from distance. – 10:20 PM
James Edwards III
@JLEdwardsIII
Dillon Brooks is back – 10:20 PM
Law Murray
@LawMurrayTheNU
3 new Grizzlies starters: Tyus Jones, Dillon Brooks, Steven Adams
ICYMI, the lookahead for Game 4 after Grizzlies lost Game 3 and Ja Morant @TheAthletic
https://t.co/BrtX27rfXD pic.twitter.com/SQg7o77QbE10:19 PM

Kevin Lipe
@kevinlipe_
Hey, Steven Adams is alive! – 10:19 PM
Meghan Triplett
@Meghan_Triplett
Steven Adams is baaaacckkk!!! – 10:18 PM
Mark Medina
@MarkG_Medina
Steven Adams has been a difference maker early in Game 4. Follow @Fred Katz for more details – 10:18 PM
Michael Pina
@MichaelVPina
kinda love the decision to start steven adams – 10:18 PM
Chris Herrington
@ChrisHerrington
Two minutes, two Steven Adams dunks. – 10:18 PM
Nate Duncan
@NateDuncanNBA
Steven Adams with a dunk and a grab of the help defender, then another dunk running the floor. – 10:18 PM
Mark Haynes
@markhaynesnba
The fans here in the Chase Center are letting Dillon Brooks know how they feel about him. – 10:18 PM
Connor Letourneau
@Con_Chron
Not surprisingly, Dillon Brooks is getting booed every time he gets the ball. – 10:18 PM
James Boyd
@RomeovilleKid
Lol Dillon Brooks with the air-ball to start. 💀 – 10:18 PM
CJ Holmes
@CjHolmes22
As expected, Warriors fans are booing Dillon Brooks. Airballs his first 3-point attempt of the night and the crowd went crazy.
Grizzlies up 4-2 early. – 10:17 PM
Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
Dillon Brooks airballed his first shot and the place went wild. – 10:17 PM
CJ Holmes
@CjHolmes22
Grizzlies win the tip. Game on. – 10:16 PM
Chris Herrington
@ChrisHerrington
Warriors PA announcer saved Dillon Brooks for last. pic.twitter.com/J8Ad2cRDNQ10:14 PM

Melissa Rohlin
@melissarohlin
Dillon Brooks received raucous boos when his name was called during the starting lineup. Brooks, of course, delivered GPII the blow while he was midair that led to him suffering a fractured elbow. – 10:13 PM
Ohm Youngmisuk
@NotoriousOHM
Thunderous boos drown out Dillon Brooks’ name when announced in the Grizzlies’ starting lineup. Steven Adams will start for the Grizz as well for the first time in this series. – 10:11 PM
Mark Medina
@MarkG_Medina
Warriors fans greet Dillon Brooks with loud boos pic.twitter.com/CvUjWClvjb10:11 PM

Damichael Cole
@DamichaelC
Nice warm welcome for Dillon Brooks. pic.twitter.com/xcdLVHruGC10:11 PM

Mark Giannotto
@mgiannotto
The public address guy really elongated the Dillon Brooks introduction (and did it last) just to make sure the Chase Center boos got as loud as possible. – 10:11 PM
Kerith Burke
@KerithBurke
Roaring boos for Dillon Brooks during intros. – 10:11 PM
Law Murray
@LawMurrayTheNU
Grizzlies have to shock the world now to make it 4 2-2 series and then we’ll really be onto something – 10:11 PM
Golden State Warriors
@warriors
HANDS UP IF YOU LOVE PLAYOFF HOOPS pic.twitter.com/6B1Cgv8Rl510:00 PM

Chris Biderman
@TheWarriorsWire
Following an injury in Game 3, Ja Morant is listed as doubtful for Game 4 with knee soreness against the Warriors on Monday. warriorswire.usatoday.com/2022/05/08/inj…10:00 PM
Golden State Warriors
@warriors
straight out the gates, let’s get it pic.twitter.com/kimrZWyPGL9:59 PM

Meghan Triplett
@Meghan_Triplett
Exciting news! Tomorrow morning we will have @Quincy Pondexter on Rise & Grind.
We’ll talk Grizz-Warriors Game 4, his time playing for the @Memphis Grizzlies and his love for Memphis. Set your alarms! pic.twitter.com/3Dytg45QY09:48 PM

Mark Giannotto
@mgiannotto
Game 4. No Ja Morant. Steven Adams to the rescue. pic.twitter.com/zsGv0za4fo9:47 PM

Kurt Helin
@basketballtalk
Dillon Brooks on flagrantly fouling Gary Payton II: ‘I jumped, and he adjusted’ nba.nbcsports.com/2022/05/09/dil…9:46 PM
Nick DePaula
@NickDePaula
Stephen Curry is honoring NBA legend Craig Sager tonight, with special Curry 9 shoes inspired by the suit & tie that Sager wore during their final postgame interview in 2016.
Curry will auction the game-worn shoes off, with all proceeds benefiting The @SagerStrong Foundation. pic.twitter.com/OWX0j3fmxa9:42 PM

Golden State Warriors
@warriors
Draymond’s kicks tonight pay homage to his college teammate, Adreian Payne 💚 pic.twitter.com/CHRMFrhBKz9:36 PM

Kendra Andrews
@kendra__andrews
Warriors are sticking with the same starting five:
Steph Curry
Klay Thompson
Andrew Wiggins
Jonathan Kuminga
Draymond Green – 9:35 PM
Anthony Slater
@anthonyVslater
Steven Adams is returning to the Grizzlies starting lineup tonight. The Warriors are starting Jonathan Kuminga again in Game 4.
Steph Curry
Klay Thompson
Andrew Wiggins
Jonathan Kuminga
Draymond Green – 9:32 PM
Memphis Grizzlies
@memgrizz
GAME 4 STARTERS vs. @Golden State Warriors
〽️ @Tyus Jones
〽️ @Desmond Bane
〽️ @Dillon Brooks
〽️ @jarenjacksonjr
〽️ @RealStevenAdams
@Verizon | #MemThis pic.twitter.com/CtvWZTa7zg9:30 PM

Connor Letourneau
@Con_Chron
Feels like a good time to re-plug today’s story on Mike Brown’s time with Golden State, and how it prepared him to take over a rebuild in Sacramento: sfchronicle.com/sports/warrior…9:29 PM
Connor Letourneau
@Con_Chron
The latest on Ja Morant, who’s expected to miss tonight’s game with a knee injury: sfchronicle.com/sports/warrior…9:28 PM
Golden State Warriors
@warriors
Tonight @Stephen Curry is honoring Craig Sager’s longtime impact on the NBA with a special edition Curry 9 💛 pic.twitter.com/de2lYcW6959:27 PM

Ohm Youngmisuk
@NotoriousOHM
Grizzlies rule Ja Morant out. Taylor Jenkins says the point guard’s status will be evaluated day by day espn.com/nba/story/_/id…9:23 PM
Golden State Warriors
@warriors
surprised himself with the bounce 😂
@Oracle || Game Ready pic.twitter.com/jOWASYe1fc9:17 PM

Melissa Rohlin
@melissarohlin
Klay Thompson warms up before Game 4 pic.twitter.com/DQyiurwUFA9:12 PM

Brian Lewis
@NYPost_Lewis
#Nets‘ Seth Curry has successful ankle surgery nypost.com/2022/05/09/net… via @nypostsports9:07 PM
Adam Wexler
@AdamJWexler
Grizzlies Ja Morant has been downgraded to OUT for tonight’s game 4. – 9:06 PM
Golden State Warriors
@warriors
feeeeelin’ it
@Oracle || Game Ready pic.twitter.com/x5O41EFVmr9:05 PM

Damichael Cole
@DamichaelC
Jordan Poole called this experience with Jaren Jackson Jr. the peak moment of his career so far.
How rap battles, summer workouts, and contrasting personalities of former high school roommates led to a playoff showdown.
“He got to see me.”
Pregame read: commercialappeal.com/story/sports/n…8:56 PM
Kurt Helin
@basketballtalk
Morant out with sore knee; Kerr tests positive for COVID, will not coach Warriors in Game 4 nba.nbcsports.com/2022/05/09/ste…8:53 PM
Kendra Andrews
@kendra__andrews
Steph Curry will be wearing special shoes tonight to honor the late Craig Sager. The shoes will be signed by Curry and auctioned off on Wednesday. pic.twitter.com/TpsqKxM6aJ8:52 PM

Ja Morant
@JaMorant
stand tall. stay solid.
– God wouldn’t put something hard in your life if he thought you weren’t strong enough to get thru it 💯 – 8:52 PM
Golden State Warriors
@warriors
monday night, we’re ready.
@Oracle || Game Ready pic.twitter.com/stcXI1uo9d8:50 PM

Sean Cunningham
@SeanCunningham
COVID brought Warriors and Kings fans together, for at least one night? – 8:44 PM
CJ Holmes
@CjHolmes22
Grizzlies guard Ja Morant is out tonight for Game 4. – 8:43 PM
Duane Rankin
@DuaneRankin
“Shoutout to Monty Williams, Coach of the Year. What a special season the Suns have had. Remarkable what him and his coaching staff are doing. Just want to give him a lot of props on receiving Coach of the Year award. He’s doing a hell of a job.” Grizzlies coach Taylor Jenkins. – 8:42 PM
StatMuse
@statmuse
The Grizzlies are +36 when Ja is on the court this playoffs.
-29 when he is on the bench. pic.twitter.com/V3sUwfxs448:39 PM

CBS NBA
@CBSSportsNBA
Warriors’ Steve Kerr to miss Game 4 vs. Grizzlies after testing positive for COVID-19; Mike Brown to fill in as head coach
https://t.co/juPMjoVXDk pic.twitter.com/FIpnd7iJ0U8:37 PM

Duane Rankin
@DuaneRankin
Grizzlies All-Star Ja Morant (knee) and Warriors coach Steve Kerr (COVID) OUT Game 4.
Tyus Jones will start for Morant, Memphis coach Taylor Jenkins said. #NBAPlayoffs20228:35 PM
Sean Cunningham
@SeanCunningham
Tyus Jones will get the start for the Grizzlies in Game 4 tonight in place of Ja Morant – 8:34 PM
Marc J. Spears
@MarcJSpears
Grizzlies head coach Taylor Jenkins said he reached out to Warriors head coach Steve Kerr to offer well wishes after contracting Covid. Jenkins also gave a shot out to Suns head coach Monty Williams for being named NBA head coach of the year. Jenkins finished second. – 8:34 PM
Fred Katz
@FredKatz
Tyus Jones will start at point guard for the Grizzlies – 8:33 PM
Mark Medina
@MarkG_Medina
Taylor Jenkins listed Ja Morant as “day-to-day.” Tyus Jones will start in Ja’s place. – 8:33 PM
Ohm Youngmisuk
@NotoriousOHM
Taylor Jenkins says Ja Morant will continue to be evaluated and taken day by day. He said they will continue to work with doctors on Morant’s right knee. – 8:33 PM
Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
Taylor Jenkins again says Ja Morant will be further evaluated and so no update. He is out. – 8:33 PM
Vincent Goodwill
@VinceGoodwill
Grizzlies coach Taylor Jenkins sends best wishes to Steve Kerr, sent him a text a while ago after finding out his diagnosis. Also, Ja Morant is OUT tonight – 8:33 PM
Kendra Andrews
@kendra__andrews
Ja Morant will be OUT tonight for Game 4. He’s considered day to day. – 8:32 PM
Mark Haynes
@markhaynesnba
Taylor Jenkins on Ja Morant:
“Ja will be out tonight.” – 8:32 PM
Melissa Rohlin
@melissarohlin
Ja Morant is OUT for Game 4 with what the Grizzlies are calling “knee soreness.” – 8:32 PM
Sean Cunningham
@SeanCunningham
Grizzlies coach Taylor Jenkins says Ja Morant will not play tonight with the knee soreness. They’re taking things day-by-day with further evaluation. – 8:32 PM
Mark Medina
@MarkG_Medina
Grizzlies coach Taylor Jenkins said Ja Morant will be out tonight in Game 4. – 8:32 PM
Damichael Cole
@DamichaelC
Ja Morant is out tonight, Taylor Jenkins says. – 8:32 PM
Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
Ja Morant is officially out tonight. – 8:32 PM
Fred Katz
@FredKatz
Ja Morant is OUT tonight, Taylor Jenkins says. – 8:32 PM
Marc J. Spears
@MarcJSpears
Taylor Jenkins says Ja Morant is out tonight – 8:32 PM
Jason Dumas
@JDumasReports
Ja Morant will not ply tonight per Taylor Jenkins. – 8:32 PM
Monte Poole
@MontePooleNBCS
Per Grizzlies coach Taylor Jenkins on Ja Morant vs Warriors: he’s out – 8:32 PM
Ohm Youngmisuk
@NotoriousOHM
Taylor Jenkins says Ja Morant is OUT tonight. – 8:32 PM
Anthony Slater
@anthonyVslater
Ja Morant is officially out tonight for Game 4. – 8:32 PM
Mark Medina
@MarkG_Medina
Grizzlies coach Taylor Jenkins said he “wants to send his best” to Steve Kerr. Also shouts out Monty Williams for winning coach of the year award – 8:32 PM
Connor Letourneau
@Con_Chron
Warriors are 11-0 in playoff games with Mike Brown as the acting head coach. Will they move to 12-0 tonight? – 8:26 PM
Sean Cunningham
@SeanCunningham
Mike Brown to in fact serve as acting head coach for the Warriors tonight as Steve Kerr has entered COVID-19 health & safety protocols. The same day as news became official that Brown will be the new head coach of the Sacramento Kings. – 8:26 PM
Golden State Warriors PR
@WarriorsPR
Warriors Head Coach Steve Kerr has entered Health & Safety protocols. Mike Brown will serve as Acting Head Coach for the Warriors. – 8:24 PM
Sean Kelley
@SeanKelleyLive
Mike Brown will coach the Warriors tonight. Steve Kerr is in Covid protocol. – 8:23 PM
Tim Reynolds
@ByTimReynolds
Kings coach Mike Brown is Warriors assistant coach Mike Brown but acting as Warriors head coach Mike Brown tonight.
And maybe this explains why Steve Kerr was masked yesterday. – 8:23 PM
Chris Mannix
@SIChrisMannix
Steve Kerr has tested positive for COVID, per Warriors. Mike Brown, recently named coach of the Sacramento Kings, will serve as head coach tonight. – 8:22 PM
Mark Haynes
@markhaynesnba
Steve Kerr has tested positive for Covid-19, per Warriors. Lead assistant and soon-to-be Sacramento Kings head coach Mike Brown will lead the Warriors in tonight’s game. – 8:20 PM
Marc Stein
@TheSteinLine
The Warriors say Mike Brown will coach Game 4 tonight because Steve Kerr has tested positive for COVID-19. – 8:20 PM
Shams Charania
@ShamsCharania
Warriors say coach Steve Kerr tested positive for COVID-19 and will miss Game 4 vs. Grizzlies. Mike Brown will serve as coach. – 8:20 PM
Monte Poole
@MontePooleNBCS
No Steve Kerr tonight for Warriors. Tested positive for Covid. Mike Brown takes over for Game 4 vs Grizzlies – 8:19 PM
Vincent Goodwill
@VinceGoodwill
Steve Kerr tested positive for Covid, the Warriors say. Mike Brown will coach tonight – 8:19 PM
Melissa Rohlin
@melissarohlin
Warriors coach Steve Kerr has tested positive for COVID. Mike Brown will coach tonight. – 8:18 PM
Howard Beck
@HowardBeck
Steve Kerr has tested positive for Covid and will not coach tonight, Warriors just announced. Mike Brown will coach tonight’s game. – 8:18 PM
Mark Medina
@MarkG_Medina
Warriors said that Steve Kerr tested positive for COVID-19 and won’t coach Game 4 today. Mike Brown will step in as the interim coach – 8:18 PM
Kendra Andrews
@kendra__andrews
Steve Kerr has tested positive for Covid-19, per Warriors. He just found out. Mike Brown will step in as the coach tonight. – 8:18 PM
Ohm Youngmisuk
@NotoriousOHM
Steve Kerr tested positive for COVID. Mike Brown will coach for Warriors tonight. – 8:18 PM
Fred Katz
@FredKatz
Steve Kerr has tested positive for COVID and will not coach tonight, the Warriors say. – 8:18 PM
Anthony Slater
@anthonyVslater
Steve Kerr has entered health and safety protocols. Mike Brown will coach the Warriors tonight. – 8:18 PM
Sam Vecenie
@Sam_Vecenie
New Game Theory Podcast LIVE forthcoming.
@James Edwards III is in the house! Starting at 8:15 PM ET. Here’s the link. We chat Jokic winning MVP, 76ers-Heat, DAL-PHX, GSW-DAL, BOS-MIL. And some Jaden Ivey talk.
WATCH LIVE IN 10 MINS: https://t.co/o368pVucs5 pic.twitter.com/0TRnZ65d538:03 PM

Memphis Grizzlies
@memgrizz
all black tech. keep it cozy. pic.twitter.com/3AxoPC2osB7:52 PM

Ohm Youngmisuk
@NotoriousOHM
Dillon Brooks says he ‘didn’t mean’ to injure Gary Payton II and that he didn’t understand what Steve Kerr meant by ‘broke the code’ comment espn.com/nba/story/_/id…7:39 PM
Monte Poole
@MontePooleNBCS
Ja Morant this postseason leads the Grizzlies in points, rebounds, assists, steals. I know they were terrific without him in the regular season, but that’s a lot of ground to cover if he can’t go – 7:38 PM
Andrew Sharp
@andrewsharp
Can Taylor Jenkins and the Grizzlies be fined for handling the Ja injury in the lamest way imaginable? – 7:23 PM
Connor Letourneau
@Con_Chron
I wrote on how Mike Brown’s time with the Warriors prepared him to rebuild the Kings: sfchronicle.com/sports/warrior…7:17 PM
Ira Winderman
@IraHeatBeat
Erik Spoelstra third in NBA voting for Coach of the Year:
1. Monty Williams, Suns.
2. Taylor Jenkins, Grizzlies.
3. Spoelstra
4. Ime Udoka, Celtics
5. J.B. Bickerstaff, Cavs
(Spoelstra one first-place vote.) – 7:13 PM
CJ Holmes
@CjHolmes22
It’s about that time Warriors fans. Drop your predictions for Game 4 tonight. – 6:49 PM
Adam Zagoria
@AdamZagoria
The Nets say Seth Curry had successful ankle surgery today pic.twitter.com/K4nFTBokXX6:41 PM

Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
Also the hate Ja Morant gets for dancing is so weird. – 6:40 PM
Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
“I like getting booed. I like guys against me. It gets me going even more.” — Dillon Brooks dailymemphian.com/section/sports…6:37 PM
Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
Obviously going to be tough for the Grizz without Ja Morant. But this is a major opportunity for some guys to continue to get playoff experience and make big plays. – 6:31 PM
Chris Biderman
@TheWarriorsWire
Here’s a look at three different observations from the Warriors’ blowout win over the Grizzlies in Game 3. warriorswire.usatoday.com/lists/3-observ…6:00 PM
Golden State Warriors PR
@WarriorsPR
By The Numbers | Warriors vs. Grizzlies | Game 4 pic.twitter.com/qZKTflL8iy5:51 PM

Memphis Grizzlies
@memgrizz
“It’s discipline, it’s focus, it’s the full 48.”
Hear from @De’Anthony Melton ahead of Game 4. pic.twitter.com/QQrlVohycG5:50 PM

Mark Medina
@MarkG_Medina
Grizzlies guard Dillon Brooks expressed contrition for Gary Payton II suffered an injury off his Flagrant Foul 2. But Brooks disputed Steve Kerr’s assertion that he “broke the code.” Brooks also has to reach out to Gary Payton II directly https://t.co/Nq5KHi07Yd pic.twitter.com/d9YVfYMmkk5:32 PM

Mike Prada
@MikePradaNBA
Last March, the Warriors faced something of an existential crisis. They were on the verge of becoming … normal.
Now, their revolutionary style, which once transformed the sport as we know it, is again ahead of the NBA curve.
The reason? Jordan Poole
fivethirtyeight.com/features/the-w…5:31 PM
Golden State Warriors
@warriors
For every point scored this season, 100 meals are donated to families in need through our partnership with @kpthrive and @AthletesCorner_
Following Game 3, we have now donated over 1 MILLION MEALS this year!
Learn more about Swishes for Dishes » https://t.co/pG09oWyJ87 pic.twitter.com/rRhryuaCPf5:31 PM

Ohm Youngmisuk
@NotoriousOHM
Jaren Jackson Jr. on Adreian Payne: “Never want to see something like that happen. Prayers to his family. Definitely shook us all up. Super tough. I’ve already talked to a lot of alumni. Tough man. Saw Dray this morning. It’s tough on all of us… Life man, it’s precious.” – 5:13 PM
CJ Holmes
@CjHolmes22
Warriors remember Adreian Payne, Draymond Green’s slain college teammate and friend
https://t.co/GFBHNjoxqc pic.twitter.com/zNtMdZFIpk5:11 PM

Memphis Grizzlies
@memgrizz
See you tonight at Fourth Bluffs.
Party starts at 8:30pm, tip at 9pm. pic.twitter.com/MtRkgdEPn35:04 PM

Ian Begley
@IanBegley
Nets say Seth Curry underwent arthroscopic surgery on his ankle and is expected to be fully recovered prior to training camp: pic.twitter.com/gxWZRFt00I4:46 PM

Eurohoops
@Eurohoopsnet
The Role Player Podcast with @Deshaun Thomas
#EuroLeague, Draymond Green, and more
eurohoops.net/en/euroleague/…4:44 PM
Brian Mahoney
@briancmahoney
Nets say Seth Curry had arthroscopic surgery on his left ankle earlier today. Expected to be ready for training camp. – 4:43 PM
Brian Lewis
@NYPost_Lewis
Seth Curry surgery 👇🏾#Nets pic.twitter.com/8kWxE7raWg4:42 PM

Michael Scotto
@MikeAScotto
Nets guard Seth Curry had successful arthroscopic surgery on his left ankle earlier today. The procedure was performed by Dr. Martin O’Malley at the Hospital for Special Surgery. Curry is expected to be fully recovered prior to the start of next season’s training camp, Nets say. – 4:42 PM
Alex Schiffer
@Alex__Schiffer
Nets announce Seth Curry underwent ankle surgery today. Was playing through injury since coming over from Philly. pic.twitter.com/nRnz2wFSA14:42 PM

Dave Early
@DavidEarly
An update from the Nets on Seth Curry, who had surgery on his ankle: pic.twitter.com/VMboFuOZII4:42 PM

Shams Charania
@ShamsCharania
Nets guard Seth Curry underwent surgery on his left ankle and is expected to make full recovery for training camp next season. – 4:42 PM
Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
The latest update on Ja Morant, as well as everything Dillon Brooks had to say about the foul and suspension. Right here: dailymemphian.com/section/sports…4:37 PM
Peter Edmiston
@peteredmiston
Nothing I have heard or seen today gives me any expectation that Ja Morant will play tonight – or probably again in the series. The Grizzlies probably want to leave that door open just to make the Warriors have to prepare for the possibility. But I’d guess it’s quite unlikely. – 4:37 PM
Anthony Slater
@anthonyVslater
Otto Porter Jr. officially upgraded to available tonight for the Warriors in Game 4. Had been probable with a right hand contusion. Ja Morant remains doubtful. – 4:34 PM
Golden State Warriors
@warriors
Gold Blooded
In 2016, Evan, the founder of @Adapt, was diagnosed with Leukemia.
Six years later, the “Gold Blooded” mantra that he and Adapt created has become a rallying cry for his hometown team.
@ModeloUSA || Fighting Spirit pic.twitter.com/D7KCJaFDQQ4:30 PM

Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
James Wiseman comments on University of Memphis, injuries in his career.
He’s studied JJJ, who had the same surgery after the bubble. dailymemphian.com/section/sports…4:23 PM
Dave Mason
@DeuceMason
“He brought a real level of accountability…”
@Anthony Slater joined us to talk about Mike Brown’s new opportunity with the Kings and his impact on the Warriors:
🔊: https://t.co/PzPsAsVEEk
📺: https://t.co/6W2utCGy3F pic.twitter.com/s1hbR9XPK24:20 PM

Golden State Warriors
@warriors
“What Mike (Brown) has done for me, for this organization in his six years here, just an incredible contribution.” pic.twitter.com/6SekbALlVZ4:02 PM

Jason Dumas
@JDumasReports
Dillon Brooks spoke Monday morning for the first time since being suspended for his flagrant two foul on Gary Payton II.
Says he hasn’t spoke with GPII or anyone with the Warriors. Wishes he could take the play back. And that he likes getting booed. pic.twitter.com/CLZRpvHwLE4:02 PM

Chris Biderman
@TheWarriorsWire
After the Warriors surged to a blowout win over the Grizzlies in Game 3 to take a 2-1 series lead, NBA Twitter chimed in with different reactions. warriorswire.usatoday.com/lists/nba-twit…4:00 PM
Mark Giannotto
@mgiannotto
Taylor Jenkins said Ja Morant had an MRI but declined to reveal the results. Jaren Jackson said he found out more about Morant’s injury today and “it’s definitely sad.” There are some dots you can maybe connect there. – 3:58 PM
Chris Herrington
@ChrisHerrington
Scenes from the end of Grizzlies shootaround: Dillon Brooks and Taylor Jenkins to the side in deep conversation,, Kyle Anderson still confused about that first tech, Ja Morant still walking with a pronounced limp. – 3:57 PM
Mark Giannotto
@mgiannotto
Dillon Brooks on the Gary Payton II foul: “I didn’t mean for it to injure somebody. If I were to take it back in that moment, I would.” – 3:55 PM
Chris Herrington
@ChrisHerrington
Dillon Brooks: “I didn’t mean for (the foul) to hurt someone. If I could take it back in the moment I would.” – 3:54 PM
Damichael Cole
@DamichaelC
I don’t like to play the guessing game, but I don’t think there was anything encouraging on Ja Morant’s status after listening to the players & Taylor Jenkins. He also had a noticeable limp. Looks like the doubtful listing is more of keeping the Warriors guessing than a reality. – 3:54 PM
Vincent Goodwill
@VinceGoodwill
Ja Morant underwent an MRI but coach Taylor Jenkins wouldn’t reveal the results. He’s being termed “doubtful” for Game 4 tonight – 3:50 PM
Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
Grizzlies are sharing nothing regarding the Morant injury. Jenkins declines to say what the MRI showed. He said they are still evaluating.
When asked if he’ll warm up: “TBD”
When asked if he could return this series: “He’s doubtful tonight, that’s all I can say.” – 3:50 PM
Ohm Youngmisuk
@NotoriousOHM
Ja Morant didn’t go through shootaround. Asked what injury specifically is, Taylor Jenkins said the injury is still being evaluated. He said Morant underwent an MRI but he won’t say the results. Asked if Morant will try to warmup before game, Jenkins said still to be determined. – 3:49 PM
Damichael Cole
@DamichaelC
Taylor Jenkins said Ja Morant didn’t do much at shootaround today. – 3:48 PM
Mark Medina
@MarkG_Medina
Grizzlies coach Taylor Jenkins asked specifics of Ja Morant’s knee injury & severity of it: “We’re still working through that.” Jenkins added that Morant took an MRI, but declined to share the results – 3:47 PM
CJ Holmes
@CjHolmes22
Dillon Brooks on his hard foul on Warriors guard Gary Payton II in Game 2 of the Western Conference semifinals: “If I could take it back, I would.” – 3:47 PM
Mark Medina
@MarkG_Medina
Grizzlies coach Taylor Jenkins said that Ja Morant remains “doubtful” for Game 4 and will continue to be reevaluated before gametime – 3:46 PM
Mark Medina
@MarkG_Medina
Dillon Brooks on his reaction that Steve Kerr said he “broke the code” with his foul on Gary Payton II: “No reaction. I don’t even know what that means in the playoffs. I did not even understand what he meant by that.” Brooks stressed he tried to make a play on the ball – 3:45 PM
Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
Dillon Brooks said he likes getting booed. He also said he won’t have a guard against being over hyped with the Golden State crowd against him. – 3:45 PM
Damichael Cole
@DamichaelC
Dillon Brooks said he was just trying to make a play on the basketball on the play where Gary Payton II was hurt.
“If I could take it back, I would.” – 3:44 PM
Ohm Youngmisuk
@NotoriousOHM
Dillon Brooks said, “it’s a fast-paced game. Stuff happens… it’s a tough play. I’d take it back if I could but I can’t take it back (with Payton getting hurt).” – 3:44 PM
Mark Medina
@MarkG_Medina
Dillon Brooks: “It’s a fast paced game. Stuff happens. Guy jumps up in the air and guys can contest shots. Sometimes the way is, guys can fall down.” Brooks added, “it’s a tough play; if I could take it back, I would.” – 3:44 PM
Mark Medina
@MarkG_Medina
Dillon Brooks said he hasn’t talked to Gary Payton II or any one else on the Warriors since his flagrant foul – 3:42 PM
Ohm Youngmisuk
@NotoriousOHM
Dillon Brooks on Steve Kerr saying he broke the code: “I don’t even really know what that means. It’s the playoffs… every play counts. So I don’t know what that means.” – 3:42 PM
Damichael Cole
@DamichaelC
Jaren Jackson Jr. was asked what’s different about the team without Ja Morant playing.
Ja Morant as he’s walking by in the background:
“Just tell ‘em y’all 20-5!” – 3:41 PM
Vincent Goodwill
@VinceGoodwill
Dillon Brooks in his first comments since the flagrant foul on Gary Payton II. “If I could take it back, I would. It’s in the past.” – 3:41 PM
Ohm Youngmisuk
@NotoriousOHM
Dillon Brooks says the suspension and flagrant foul “is in the past.” He says if he could take it away with the injury happening to Gary Payton II, he would. – 3:41 PM
Mark Medina
@MarkG_Medina
Dillon Brooks on his suspension and injuring Gary Payton II: “I didn’t mean to hurt somebody. If I could take it back, I could.” – 3:41 PM
Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
Dillon Brooks said the play on Jordan Poole is in the past. He didn’t want anyone to get hurt, and if he could take it back he would. – 3:40 PM
Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
Question: “What’s different about you guys when Ja doesn’t play?”
Ja Morant yells from behind the curtain: “Tell him y’all 20-5!!!” – 3:39 PM
Mark Medina
@MarkG_Medina
Ja Morant walked off the court still with a limp. – 3:37 PM
Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
Jaren Jackson Jr. (high school roommates with Jordan Poole in Indiana) said he used to joke with Poole that the Warriors were the perfect team for him because he didn’t like playing defense. – 3:37 PM
Drew Hill
@DrewHill_DM
Jaren Jackson Jr. said he found out more about Ja’s knee today and that it’s a sad situation the team will try to rally together for him. – 3:34 PM
Mark Giannotto
@mgiannotto
The way Ja Morant was limping around the court during the open portion of Grizzlies shootaround, doubtful seems like a generous designation. We’ll know more soon when Taylor Jenkins speaks. Jaren Jackson Jr. talking as if Ja isn’t playing. – 3:33 PM
Mark Medina
@MarkG_Medina
Ja Morant is on the court at the end of shootaround in sweats. He hasn’t been doing any on-court work. – 3:26 PM
Ohm Youngmisuk
@NotoriousOHM
Ja Morant at end of shootaround pic.twitter.com/58dLa7fvHA3:2