Quick Hits: Memphis Grizzlies 88, Utah Jazz 92

Memphis Grizzlies are on a five-game losing streak after the loss to the Jazz 92-88.

Jazz played tough defense but missed chances, turnovers, and two major ejections cost the Grizzlies the game. On a positive note, Andrew Harrison had a great scoring night with 23 points.

Quick Hits:

Grizzlies Quick Hits:

Marc Gasol:

Although Big Spain had a good night on both ends, he struggled from the field. His highlight play was the reverse one hand jam at the rim.  He only shot 35 percent from the floor, 33 percent from deep, and made more than half of his free throws. He ended up with 20 points, five assists and six rebounds.

Andrew Harrison:

Harrison may have fouled out in the last few minutes in the forth quarter, but that did not stop him. He had a career-high 23 points. He took it to the Jazz defense getting to the rim and scoring from deep. Harrison also had two highlight blocks, two steals, four assists and one rebound.

Dillion Brooks:

A slow night offensively for Dillon Brooks but his three steals and tough defense made up for it. Still he only scored 11 points, grabbed six rebounds with one assist. Brooks was ejected on a questionable foul call.

JaMychal Green:

Green was cleaning house on the offensive glass. His power two hand put back was the highlight of the night for the Grizzlies. His night ended with 11 points, seven rebounds, and one assist.

Other Grizzlies Quick Hits:

  • Jarell Martin played solid defense and battled for the 50/50 balls, but was lackluster scoring tonight. He only had six points and five rebounds.
  • Ivan Rabb played very limited minutes with four points, three rebounds, and one assists.
  • The Grizzlies had less turnovers than the Jazz.
  • Memphis had more foul calls including technicals and ejections of J.B. Bickerstaff and Dillion Brooks.
Quick Hits from the Enemy

Ricky Rubio scored 29 points, hauled in

eight rebounds, and dished out three assists on the night. He was getting to the rim off screens and shooting the lights out from deep. He shot 50 percent from the floor and from deep and also shot 78 percent from the free throw line.

Rudy Gobert lives up to his name the Stifle Tower with those two blocks. He came away with a near double double with eight points and 12 rebounds.

Rodney Hood could not miss, except for a few times. Hood came away with 18 points,  two assists, one rebound, one steal and a block. He shot 41 percent from the floor and was hot from the free throw line.

Next Game:

The Grizzlies play the Thunder on February 11 at Oklahoma City at 6:00pm. They will also play them on Valentine’s Day at 7:00 pm inside the FedEx Forum.

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Posted 02/08/2018

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