Grizzlies vs Warriors: Injury Updates, Team News, Match Preview & Predictions

November 19, 2019 9:25 pm

Match details-

Game: Golden State Warriors at Memphis Grizzlies
When: Tuesday November 19, 2019, 8:00 PM (EST)
Where: FedEx Forum, Memphis


Memphis Grizzlies will be coming into the game with a 5-8 record, while the Warriors have had a forgettable season so far with a record of 2-12.

The last game for the Warriors was a loss at New Orleans, which was the first game in a the four consecutive games down the road. The biggest positive so far for the Warriors is rookie Eric Paschall. He was 10 for his last 17, totaling 30 points. Also Ky Bowman, who was making a return from injury, had 19 points and 4 assists in the game.

The Grizzlies will also be coming into the game with a loss to the Nuggets. In the 131-114 loss, Jaren Jackson Jr.  totaled 22 points for Memphis. Memphis led after the first quarter by 4 points, but were then out scored 44-17 in the 2nd quarter, and couldn’t eventually recover.

Injury updates & team news-

Guard Grayson Allen is listed as out of Tuesday’s game against the Warriors, while Andre Iguodala’s return from injury is not yet known as he remains to join the team yet.


As for the Warriors, the injury list has just kept mounting- starting from Klay Thompson in the preseason. And Stephen Curry‘s injury after a few games into the season completely crippled them. While there is still time for both the All-stars to return, the Warriors will be expecting Draymond Green to be fit on Tuesday. D’Angelo Russell is listed as day to day and is doubtful. The other players who are completely listed out include Damion Lee, Kevon Looney, Amen Smailagic and Jacob Evans.


Going by the current Warriors form and their huge injury list, it might be very difficult for them to go past Gizzlies. Warriors’s hopes will ride on the return of Green, and they will also want the rookie Paschall to come good once again

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