The Memphis Grizzlies electrified fans around the country when they made an appearance in the 2015 - 2016 NBA playoffs. Unfortunately, their postseason time was limited. The Grizzlies fell to the ageless San Antonio Spurs in the first round, losing in a sweep 0 - 4. It was a disappointing blow for Memphis, but now Mike Conley Jr., Marc Gasol, Zach Randolph, and the rest of the team are back and ready to do it all again. Be at FedEx Forum this fall when coach David Fizdale and the Grizzlies return for the start of the 2016 - 2017 NBA regular season. Buy your Memphis Grizzlies tickets right here at Razorgator.
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Despite hovering among the top 10 teams in the NBA for a majority of the season so far, the Memphis Grizzlies slipped in early March due to a five-game losing streak. Dropping all the way to No. 19, the Grizz got back into shape this week to win four of the last five, even getting bak-to-back wins over the No. 2 Spurs and the No. 3 Hawks. Tuesday’s game in New Orleans broke the streak, ending with a 95-84 takedown by the Pelicans. Up next, Memphis has a huge game in Oakland against Golden State. Be there Sunday, March 26, to see the teams faceoff. Tickets are on sale now for $86.
The Memphis Grizzlies are holding tight to their seventh place position in the Western conference. Only eight teams from each conference make it to the playoffs, so the Grizzlies need to keep pulling in the wins to make it to coveted postseason play. On Monday, March 13 the Memphis Grizzlies took on the Milwaukee Bucks at the FedExForum. Vince Carter was the star of the show when he made 24 points for his season-high game. The 40-year old player made six of those eight shots beyond the arc to lead the Grizzlies to the 113-93 win over the Bucks. Get tickets to see and cheer the Grizzlies on when they play next.
The Memphis Grizzlies may have expected to fight hard against the Dallas Mavericks and Houston Rockets in back-to-back road games over the weekend, but they had absolutely no idea what was coming when they returned to FedExForum on Monday night. Horror and shock were delivered in the form of the visiting Brooklyn Nets, who had a 10-51 record going into the game. Unfortunately for the home team, the Nets actually lived up to their name and seized their eleventh victory of the season 122-109. Memphis will try to figure out what just happened as they prepare to host the Milwaukee Bucks on Monday, March 13. Tickets to that game are $3 and up.
One of the steadiest teams in the NBA over the past several years, the Memphis Grizzlies continue to plug along as a playoff-contending mainstay. At the beginning of March, Memphis was in sixth place in the Western Conference with a record of 36-25. Though the Grizzlies are 10.5 games behind Southwest Division leader San Antonio, they’re also just a game and a half out of fourth place in the West.
The Grizzlies’ offense was firing on all cylinders Feb. 28 in a 130-112 victory over Phoenix. Mike Conley led the way with 29, a game after he lit up Denver for 31 in a 105-98 loss.
Memphis hosts Brooklyn March 6. The Grizzlies then host the Los Angeles Clippers March 9.
They’ve managed to do what no other NBA team has been able to accomplish, but the Memphis Grizzlies will be put to the test when the Golden State Warriors come to town for the teams’ third meeting this Friday, Feb. 10. In the first contest, Memphis came out swinging, easily beating the Warriors 110-89. The next game was not so easy, but the Grizzlies managed to squeak out another victory in overtime. The No. 1 GSW will be looking to redeem themselves—can Memphis beat them one more time? This is sure to be one of the most exciting home games of the season for Grizzlies fans, and we have great tickets available for you now! Our prices start at $99.
If you were to guess which team is 2-0 against Golden State, 2-0 against Houston and 2-1 against Utah, would you choose the Memphis Grizzlies? Maybe not, but No. 8 Memphis has done what not even the No. 4 Spurs or the No. 2 Cavaliers have been able to do. It’s been a great season so far, but with half the games still to play, the Grizzlies are hoping to cause even more damage against the league’s top teams. This week, Memphis will play three at home, giving you plenty of chances to get in on all the action. This Saturday, Jan. 21, the Grizzlies look to go 3-0 against the Rockets at the FedEx Forum. Ticket prices start at $42.
The Memphis Grizzlies are fighting for their life for the potential to be a part of the playoffs this year. If the regular season were to end today, they would make it to post season play in seventh position. However, the season continues and there are a few teams on their coattails, the Grizzlies need to work harder than ever to solidify their spot. On Wednesday night the Grizzlies took on the Los Angeles Clippers where the Grizzlies captured the lead early on. Unfortunately for the Grizzlies, the Clippers rallied back from behind and won the game 115-106. Cheer the Grizzlies out of their two-game losing streak when you purchase your tickets today.
The Memphis Grizzlies broke their three game losing streak when they beat the Pistons on December 21. Marc Gasol has a great game. He went 14 for 17 and scored 38 points, which was a career high. This came after him getting just 29 percent the previous three games. The win came after losing in overtime to the Celtics. The team took the momentum from the narrow loss and came ready to beat the Pistons. They host the Rockets on December 23 and then head to Orlando to play the Magic followed by a trip to Boston to play the Celtics on December 27. There is still time to get your tickets, with prices starting at $14.
The Memphis Grizzlies are doing the best they can to put their team into the upcoming playoffs. Right now they sit in the fifth place position in the Western Conference and they were able to add goodness to their record when they defeated the 76ers this week. The Grizzlies have had a load of close games this year, and the game against the Sixers was no exception. The win over the 76ers was the Grizzlies eleventh straight game that has gone into overtime or was determined by five or fewer points. The Grizzlies appear to have figured out the way to come out with the W’s in close call situations. See it for yourself when you purchase your tickets from Razorgator.
At 10-5, the Memphis Grizzlies are smack dab in the middle of a six-game winning streak, which includes toppling top teams like the Hornets and the Clippers on the road. The impressive showing has helped launch the Grizzlies to No. 12 in the NBA rankings, up from No. 20 last week. Although it’s just five weeks into the season, Memphis has a good deal of momentum heading into this weekend’s games, which include back-to-back contests against the Miami Heat. See Memphis at home this Friday, Nov. 25, against the Heat when you purchase tickets from us now! Great seats at the FedEx Forum are available now starting at $17.
After beating the Pelicans in overtime on the 2, the Memphis Grizzlies have lost their past two games. Their latest loss was at home against the Trail Blazers on the 6. The game was close, with the lead going back and forth between the two teams. The lead changed a total of 13 times, and there was also 12 ties during the game. Marc Gasol was the leading scorer for the team, getting 21 points, while Mike Conley added 16 points and also had seven assists. The Grizzlies host the Nuggets on the 8 and then head to Milwaukee to play the Bucks on the 12. You can still get tickets to see the games in person for $13 and up.
As we get deep into the fall season, there’s only one thing on the minds of sports fans—basketball is back! The NBA season kicked off this week, and the Memphis Grizzlies got started off on a high note with a win over the Minnesota Timberwolves Wednesday. Taking the lead for Memphis was Michael Conley with 24 points, first round draft pick Wade Baldwin with six assists and Zach Randolph with 11 rebounds. The group effort led them to the 102-98 victory, and they’re hoping to make it a streak this Saturday against the Knicks. The Grizzlies will be back at the FedEx Forum against Washington on Sunday, Oct. 30. Tickets prices start at just $3.
After an injury-riddled 2015-2016 season that ended with a disappointing first round exit from the playoffs, the Memphis Grizzlies are on a mission to show that they are title contenders. This fire was in full effect in the team’s preseason game against the Philadelphia 76ers, as the Grizzlies went on to win by 30 points. Starters were still playing in the second have and neither the Memphis coaches nor players showed any mercy for their opponent. While it was against the lowly Sixers, it was still a meaningful win. The Grizzlies will begin the regular season by hosting the Timberwolves on October 26, and tickets for that game start as low as $6.
As the 2016-2017 season nears, the biggest concern for the Memphis Grizzlies is health. Last season the Grizzlies played through more injuries than any other team in the league, though Memphis still managed to make the playoffs. The Grizzlies are hopeful that the players’ bodies will hold up better this season, and coaches and trainers are keeping a close eye on Marc Gasol’s injured foot as well as the knee of newly acquired small forward Chandler Parsons. If these players can avoid setbacks and take the court sooner than later, the Grizzlies should be one of the top teams in the West. On October 6 the Atlanta Hawks come to Memphis for a preseason showdown, and tickets start as low as $2.
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