|Oklahoma City Thunder||62||46-16||.742|
|San Antonio Spurs||61||45-16||.738|
|Los Angeles Clippers||63||43-20||.683|
|Portland Trail Blazers||61||42-19||.689|
|Golden State Warriors||62||38-24||.613|
|New Orleans Pelicans||61||24-37||.393|
|Los Angeles Lakers||62||21-41||.339|
The Grizzlies are still a full game out of the picture, but could make up some ground with a win tonight. They'll have a very physical contest with the Bulls and need to utilize as much of their brains as possible so they can rest their braun for a home game in Memphis against the Bobcats tomorrow. Easier said then done, eh? The Grizzlies are making a steady habit out of taking on large, early point deficits that require massive amounts of energy and effort to combat - somewhere along the line they've got to start finding some easy wins.
Previews of games that will affect the Grizzlies playoff hopes tonight:
Dallas Mavericks vs Portland Trailblazers from Mavs Moneyball
Golden State Warriors vs Atlanta Hawks from Golden State of Mind
Recaps of games that affected the Grizzlies playoff hopes last night:
The Suns came out tight, but eventually loosened up thanks to Gerald Green's career high 41 and Goran Dragic and Markieff Morris' dagger scores at the end to ice it.