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Memphis Grizzlies Daily Playoff Standings

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Western Standings

GP W-L PCT
Oklahoma City Thunder 61 46-15 .754
San Antonio Spurs 60 44-16 .733
Houston Rockets 61 42-19 .689
Los Angeles Clippers 62 42-20 .677
Portland Trail Blazers 61 42-19 .689
Golden State Warriors 62 38-24 .613
Phoenix Suns 60 35-25 .583
Dallas Mavericks 62 36-26 .581
Memphis Grizzlies 60 34-26 .567
Minnesota Timberwolves 60 30-30 .500
Denver Nuggets 60 26-34 .433
New Orleans Pelicans 61 24-37 .393
Sacramento Kings 61 22-39 .361
Utah Jazz 61 21-40 .344
Los Angeles Lakers 61 21-40 .344

The Memphis Grizzlies tantric expression of the playoff hunt continues as they spoil a chance to hop into the 8th spot once again with a loss to the Nets on Wednesday night. They remain (1) full game behind the Dallas Maverick and Phoenix Suns, and are (3) full games behind the Golden State Warriors. The Grizzlies need to start taking advantage of weaker opponents before time really starts to run out and infests a degree of panic in the locker room.

Check out these recaps of games that affected the Grizzlies playoff hopes last night:

Denver Smokes Dallas, 115-110

Despite what ended as a five point advantage, a lethargic Maverick team was thoroughly defeated on the road in Denver.

Cs lose battle in the paint, fall to Warriors 108-88

The Celtics went into tonight's match-up with the Warriors fresh off of four days rest, but their performance depicted that of a team that had just played six straight.

The Grizzlies look to counter their recent string of inconsistent play with a strong nationally televised performance on ESPN Friday night against the Bulls in Chicago.