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Memphis Grizzlies: The Week In Numbers.

Take a numerical look back at the past week of the Grizzlies season.

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4 games played by the Grizzlies this week, 1 at home and 3 on the road.

16 regular season home games won in a row, which set a new franchise record following Monday's win over the New Orleans Pelicans.

1. Number of eyebrows on Anthony Davis' face. Number of blocks recorded by Anthony Davis against the Grizz. This came after averaging 7 blocks through his first 2 games of the season.

18 three pointers knocked down from 35 attempts in consecutive games against Oklahoma and Phoenix.

45 seconds recorded by Jordan Adams on his NBA debut against New Orleans.

27, the jersey number of the new addition to the roster, Kalin Lucas.

6 consecutive wins following the 2 point win over OKC.

82 81, the number of games Memphis are set to win this season.

50% shooting from Tayshaun Prince against the Pelicans; he finished the game with a season high 14 points.

1, Memphis' rank in opponent points allowed per game (87.6).

1.1 seconds left on the clock when Brandon Knight completed his +1 to give the Grizzlies their first loss of the season.

11 assists recorded by Mike Conley against the Suns.

29, the number of NBA teams that have at least 1 bench player who's scored double digits in a game this season.

15,000 dollar fine handed to Tony Allen for slapping a cameraman's camera.

1 technical foul handed to Dave Joerger this week.

34 steals recorded as a team through 4 games this week.

0 games won by the Grizzlies next opponent, the Los Angeles Lakers. Let's not give them their first win.

3 home games coming up next week. Time to raise the bar to 19 consecutive wins.

37 times ESPN cut to a shot of Kevin Durant following a made field goal from OKC on Friday. 37 is also the number of field goals the Thunder made in the game.