Steph Curry, Andrew Wiggins defeated Warriors vs. Grizzlies

Oh. That was a whole bunch of fun. The Golden State Warriors defeated the Memphis Grizzlies in Game 3 of the Western Conference Semifinals, winning 142-112 to lead their 2-1 series.

It was advanced, proven, and, of course, brutal for the Warriors, and you’ll see the best grades in this one, so I’ll summarize it. As always, I weigh in on what we expect from every player.

Note: League-average true-shooting percentage (TS) was 56.6% this season.

Draymond Green

27 minutes, 5 points, 5 rebounds, 8 assists, 1 block, 4 turns, 4 hits, 2-for-3 shots, 1-for-2 free throws, 64.4% TS, +19

Green sales continue to be a major issue in this series. The Warriors were very careless in the game – their 17th turn was the only weakness. Dray has been carefree, and has set his tone.

But his error was quite good. After a two-game suspension, Green found the error on Saturday. He pushed every opportunity, and he was furious with the ball in his hand. He prompted the Dubs to take immediate action, and he took the Memphis defense which had no time to establish.

Add the kind of defense, power, and invisibility we can rely on from him night after night, and it was the best game for Dray.

Category: B +

Send game bonus: He led the team in support.

Jonathan Kuminga

18 minutes, 18 points, 2 rebounds, 1 assists, 4 turns, 4 bad, 8-to-10 shots, 2-to-4 shots, 90.0% TS, -2

Kuminga’s first performance in the game, which was his first performance, did not go well. His defense was low, he made only a few games on offense, and he did more harm than good.

But what he did after that looked pretty good, and he got to where he ate Memphis and his game. It’s hard to give anyone anything but a good one-minute lead in a very good shooting game, but his initial mistakes hinder him a bit. It’s still a great game from him.

Category: B +

Send game bonus: Worst of all inclusion / removal in public.

Andrew Wiggins

26 minutes, 17 mapoints, 3 rebounds, 1 assists, 2 steals, 1 block, 5 bad, 7-to-10 shots, 2-to-2 throws, 1-to-1 free throw, 81.4% TS, +3

In my opinion, this was one of Wiggins’ best games as a Warrior. This site may not be visible to you, but it did whatever the Warriors wanted it to do. Keeping up for the first round of rivalry at the back of the midfield, Wiggins was very good with his choice of shooting, attacking on the edge, cutting without a ball, and watching three times.

He was a good defender, and I think he did a great job with the mirror, though the comeback figures do not show this. He chased, stored a lot of offensive weapons, and often beat a Memphis team that failed to work.

This is what Golden State wants from him.

Group: A

Steph Curry

35 minutes, 30 points, 2 rebounds, 6 assists, 1 steals, 1 shifts, 2 fauls, 7-for-14 shots, 2-for-8 throws, 14-for-14 free throws, 74.4% TS, +21

The Grizzlies play Curry better than any other team in the league, in my opinion. But after two such games (by its International standards), Curry exploded. Store for 10 minutes a little colder or more, Curry fingers were on the game. He took, ordered travel, and presented many threats to Grizz’s death.

Most impressive was his ability to fight back. Curry received 14 free throws and, of course, would have been given more. He showed his regular witchcraft around her and, although the band was wet, he only found it once.

Stellar objects.

Group: A

Send game bonus: He led the team on points.

Klay Thompson

35 minutes, 21 points, 9 rebounds, 4 assists, 3 turns, 1 bad, 8-for-13 shots, 4-for-6 throws, 1-for-1 free throw, 78.1% TS, +22

After two tough games to start the series, Klay arrived quickly on Saturday. He was a great shooter in this one … it sounds like every shot he shoots.

He knocked the glass down too hard. The Warriors won a rematch – and quickly there – and Thompson played his part.

Not only did he play as a star, but you could see his power and performances elevating the whole team.

Group: A

Send game bonus: He led the team in rebounds.

Nemanja Bjelica

4 minutes, 0 points, 1 return, 1 return, 1 bad, +4

Ginger is out of circulation, right now at least. But it is good to see her getting rid of clutter just to be fresh. He’ll be called sometime, I guess.

Education: Incomplete

Otto Porter Jr.

24 minutes, 13 points, 4 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 steals, 2 blocks, 2 turns, 2 bad, 5-for-7 shots, 3-for-5 throws, 92.9% TS, +30

There are only two things you need to know about Porter games.

Initially, he played half of the game. The Warriors beat the Grizzlies by 30 points in the half they played, building the Grizzlies half they did not play.

Second, this sounds like an accurate picture of how he played.

Category: A +

Juan Toscano-Anderson

5 minutes, 0 points, 1 repetition, 2 assists, 0-for-2 shots, 0.0% TS, -1

JTA spent a lot of time in court clearly, especially in its own defense, before it entered the waste time list.

Education: Incomplete

Kevon Looney

17 minutes, 6 points, 3 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 bad, 3-to-3 shots, 100.0% TS, +7

Steven Adams returned to the Grizzlies, but did not play in the clear minutes. However, even so, Looney found himself taking a big part in the game, and was 100% up to the job. He was very good at offending, rolling in a basket, hitting the ball, and putting on hard-to-reach gloves. And his defense was very good.

Group: A

Damion Lee

15 minutes, 0 points, 3 rebounds, 4 assists, 1 steal, 1 bad, 0-for-2 shots, 0-for-1 triple, 0-for-1 free throw, 0.0% TS, +10

There was a time when Lee’s role was scoring. But in this game he never scored … yet he did something quick with his speed, his strength, and his pace. Very important minutes from Lee, who said strong things to be able to play more time.

Category: B +

Jordan Poole

31 minutes, 27 points, 4 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 turnovers, 1 bad, 11-for-17 shots, 3-for-5 throws, 2-for-2 free throws, 75.5% TS, +33

No one in the game had the idea of ​​a moment like JP. When he joined the game, the Dubs were suffering, and it sounded like every shot was starting to hit the ship. Then, as the Warriors built a strong lead, it sounded like every shot was a deadly punch that reminded Memphis that he did not stand a chance.

It was straight from Curry’s playbook of all violence, and I’m 100% here for this.

Unfortunately he became a source of controversy shortly after the game, as his hand seemed to touch – unconsciously, to my eye – Morant’s knee just before Memphis’ Superstar left the game with a knee injury. The Grizzlies are disappointed, though it doesn’t seem like everyone outside of Memphis saw it as a nasty Poole drama. Either way, I believe Morant is fine.

Group: A

Send game bonus: He led the team in addition / subtraction.

Moses Moody

4 minutes, 5 points, 1 repetition, 1 bad, 2-for-3 shots, 1-for-1 triple, 83.3% TS, +4

Waste time for Moody, who played very well in his few minutes.

Education: Incomplete

Saturday does not work: Andre Iguodala, James Wiseman

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