great win for grizzlies The Memphis team managed a strong 115–114 loss in the final seconds to tie a franchise record of 11 consecutive wins. Cavaliers Joe fought till the end despite the absence of Donovan Mitchell. With the win, they keep the pressure on the Denver Nuggets in the battle for top spot in the Western Conference.
As soon as the match started, the Cavaliers went ahead quickly and took a 10-point lead. Little by little, the Grizzlies woke up and managed to turn the score around 31-30 with 52% of their shots before the end of the first quarter. successful area.
Memphis point guard Desmond Bain came out for the second quarter and had 14 points, missing one of his shots. Ja Morant added a touch of magic before ending the quarter with a behind-the-scenes pass and without looking at Santi Aldama, who made a three-pointer for a 68–61 lead at halftime.
The Cavaliers got motivated for the third quarter and were able to overcome a seven-point deficit, with Jarrett Allen adding 10 points and a point in the final seconds by Lamar Stevens putting them ahead for the second time in the game. Score of 89-91.
The fourth quarter was a take-and-drop game with both teams going for the win; With time running out to the final 30 seconds and the Cavaliers’ lead only one point, Gardner caught the ball and wanted to float the ball up the middle, but Memphis high post Jackson Jr. was there to block it; Steven Adams converted the score and Darius would go on to score the game-winning try for Cleveland, but this time Dillon Brooks came back to give the Grizzlies the win.
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