The second of two NBA Playoffs games scheduled for Friday night features the Memphis Grizzlies taking on the Golden State Warriors. Major props to anyone who saw the accurately called the beatdown that was with their Game 5 Grizzlies vs Warriors prediction. Despite being without Ja Morant, Memphis absolutely destroyed Golden State to force a sixth game in this series. Can the Grizz possibly steal a road win yet too? One thing is for certain: fans will want to know how to watch the Grizzlies vs Warriors Game 6 stream. If this series has taught us anything so far, it’s to expect the wild and unexpected!

This article will provide a Grizzlies vs Warriors stream, show you how to watch and list the start time. We also have a Grizzlies vs Warriors prediction and the odds for this NBA Playoffs Game 6 matchup.

Grizzlies vs Warriors Info | How to Watch NBA Playoffs Stream

NBA Western Conference Playoffs Second Round — Game 6 (GSW leads series 3-2)
(2) Memphis Grizzlies (56-26, 26-15 Away) vs. (3) Golden State Warriors (53-29, 31-10 Home)
Date: Friday, May 13, 2022
Time: 10 PM EST
Venue: Chase Center — San Francisco, CA
Coverage: ESPN

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Memphis Grizzlies Injury Report

Doubtful: Ja Morant (knee)

Golden State Warriors Injury Report

Out: Gary Payton II (elbow); Andre Igoudala (neck)

Questionable: Otto Porter Jr. (foot)

Grizzlies vs Warriors Odds

All NBA odds for Grizzlies vs Warriors can be found at BetMGM.

Moneyline: MEM: (+290) | GSW: (-375)
Point Spread: MEM: +7.5 (-105) | GSW: -7.5 (-115)
Total: 218.5 — Over: (-110) | Under: (-110)

Grizzlies vs Warriors Stats

The game total has gone OVER in 14 of the Grizzlies’ last 17 playoff games as an underdog.

Five of the Grizzlies’ last six games following a win of 10 points or more have stayed UNDER the game total.

Warriors are just 1-6 against the betting point spread in their last seven games.

Ten of the last 14 Grizzlies vs Warriors head-to-head meetings have gone UNDER the game total.

Grizzlies have averaged 115.4 points per game (PPG) this season (T-No. 1 in NBA).

Warriors have averaged 111.4 PPG this season (T-No. 13 in NBA).

Grizzlies have allowed 109.9 PPG this season (No. 12 in NBA).

Warriors have allowed 106.1 PPG this season (No. 5 in NBA).

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Grizzlies vs Warriors Prediction

So, are the Grizzlies actually a better team without star point guard Ja Morant? While it’s tough to go quite that far, it’s clear that Memphis has taken things more seriously on the defensive end since their leading scorer went down with a knee injury in Game 3. The Grizz really should have won Game 4 on the road but gagged away their lead in the final frame. The Warriors certainly didn’t do anything to “win” that contest.

What happened in Game 5 back in Memphis was a result that very few saw coming. The Grizzlies scored 134 points and won by 39. Making the final margin even crazier was the fact that the Grizz only scored 15 points in the final quarter! To say that the Warriors forgot to show up and/or took the night off would be an understatement. While Golden State is clearly still in the driver’s seat given that Game 6 will take place on their home floor, Wednesday night’s performance did anything but inspire confidence in this team.

Even without Morant, the Grizzlies carry several positive aspects into Game 6 on the road tonight. For starters, Desmond Bane had his best game of the Western Conference Semifinals to date on Wednesday with 21 points. Tyus Jones and Jaren Jackson Jr. both matched him with that scoring output. The former is hardly a slouch as he takes over the starting point guard role in Morant’s absence.

The other key development that has benefitted the Grizzlies in both Games 4 and 5 is the emergence of Steven Adams. While he has only played sparingly, his sheer presence on the floor has helped Memphis balance out the rebounding margin tremendously. The question becomes whether or not this young Grizzlies team can pull off a road upset against a deep and experienced Warriors club. As ugly as Game 5 was, it’s tough to imagine Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green allowing a decisive Game 7 to materialize.

Grizzlies vs Warriors Prediction: Warriors 112, Grizzlies 105

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Henry’s passion for sports dates all the way back to childhood and has ultimately led to a full-fledged career as an analyst and content creator. After getting his start penning fantasy football articles, he forrayed into the betting side of the business in early 2019. His love for sports and statistics proved to be an ideal match with the dedicated research and strategy that handicapping requires. Henry currently specializes in betting analysis and picks for college football, college basketball and NASCAR. He counts the NFL, the WNBA, and NBA player props as additional leagues/markets of interest. Henry graduated from SUNY Buffalo in 2021 with a Communication Studies degree and a Psychology minor. A native of the Finger Lakes region in Upstate New York, he and his pup, Harold, have since relocated to Laramie, Wyoming. Thanks to his professional goals within the sports betting industry, there has been a whole lot of steam on the odds for a move to Las Vegas in 2023! Most of Henry’s free time is spent on outdoor adventures, playing chess, snowboarding, or reading a good book. He is also a competitive powerlifter and aspires to qualify for the USAPL Nationals meet within the next 2-3 years.

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