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This Wednesday night, Tennessee will have an NBA game played in the state, as the Memphis Grizzlies (1-6) host the Miami Heat (3-4).
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There are said to be 14 NBA games on Wednesday night with six of them beign matches featuring Western Conference opponents versus Eastern Conference opponents. One of those games is set between the Grizzlies and the Heat even though the Grizzlies are the closest Western Conference team to Miami.
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The Memphis Grizzlies are missing their store point guard in Ja Morant, who is currently serving a 25-game suspension. Offensively, the Grizzlies are averaging 108.3 points per game which is 24th in the league. They are overly reliant on the playmaking abilities of shooting guard Desmond Bane (26.6 points per game) and power forward Jaren Jackson Jr. (21.6 points per game). Outside of Bain and Jackson, the Grizzlies do not have a player to help contribute consistently on the offensive side of the court. Marcus Smart (14 PPG) was brought in to be a top defender and the replacement for Dillon Brooks.
While Smart and Jackson are playing great on the defensive end of the court, the Grizzlies do not have much intensity to lock down some of the best offensive players in the league. This is an area where Morant would also be contributing efficiently. The Grizzlies are allowed an average of 115 points per game, which is 20th in the league.
Miami encountered an up-and-down season in the first seven games of their schedule. After defeating the Detroit Pistons at home 103-102 to start the season, Miami lost four consecutive games with the first three games being on the road. They were able to rebound with the 121-114 win at home against the Washington Wizards.
This past Monday was an example of the elite team that the Heat can be. Miami was able to defeat the Los Angeles Lakers at home 108-107, thanks to a 28-point performance from shooting guard Jimmy Butler. This was the first game of the season where Butler was the leading scorer for the Heat. Center Bam Adebayo was able to post his first triple-double of the season accounting for 22 points, 20 rebounds, and 10 assists.
The Heat started the season slow as they hadn't found the rhythm to score and defend consistently. That may change with the two most recent wins for the Heat including the big win over LeBron James and the Lakers. With Morant still suspended, the Grizzlies lacked the firepower to score on pace with the Heat at their full potential with Butler, Adebayo, and shooting guard Tyler Herro.
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