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Memphis Grizzlies: The Week (and a half) In Numbers

I didn't have enough time to complete this before Game Two against Golden State. So take a statistical look back through the previous 10 days of the Grizzlies season.

4 games played through the last 10 days. Resulting in a Game Four loss in Portland which was followed by a Game Five victory in Memphis. More recently the Grizzlies have split the opening 2 games of the Conference Semis against the Warriors.

10 point lead held by Memphis with 8 minutes remaining in Game Four in Portland. They would go on to lose the game, but finished the series in Game Five at the FedEx Forum.

500 tickets given away by Mike Conley for Game Five against the Blazers as a thank you to fans for supporting him through his injury.

33 points for the Blazers C.Jc McCollum in Game Five. This was a career high for McCollum and also a franchise record for points by a bench player in a playoff game.

4 - Zach Randolph made his first 4 field goal attempts in Game Five. He would make just 3 of his remaining 15 shots in the game.

6 first quarter turnovers for the Grizzlies in Game One against Golden State. They had 0 turnovers in the second quarter, and would finish the game with 15.

3.5 steals per game for Tony Allen against the Warriors. ''First Team All Defense''.

9 first quarter points for Mike Conley in his return to action last night, hitting a perfect 4/4 field goals in the period. He would finish with a game high 22 points in just 27 minutes.

61 - After allowing Golden State to score 61 first half points in Game One, Memphis held them to just 39 first half points in Game Two.

28 points for Memphis in the first quarter of Game Two. Mike Conley and Zach Randolph combined for 67% of the Grizzlies points in the period (19).

13-34 from the field for Klay Thompson and Steph Curry combined in Game Two. They finished the game with a combined 32 points and hit just 3-17 3 point attempts.

21 -The Warriors had won 21 straight home games before the defeat against the Grizzlies last night.

5 years - During the Portland series Marc Gasol become the first NBA player in 5 years to average 20 points, 9 rebounds, 5 assists and 2 blocks in a playoff series. LeBron James vs. Chicago (2010) was the last player to record such numbers in a playoff series.