Grizzlies vs Lakers Highlights: Lakers wins 108-94, LeBron James grabs a double-double in the NBA season

Grizzlies vs Lakers Highlights: It was Memphis Grizzlies vs Lakers in the NBA season. The match Grizzlies vs Lakers ended in a 108-94 win for the LA Lakers.

The Lakers win their 5th match of the NBA season. The Lakers trailed by 11 points in the 1st quarter as they let the Grizzlies scored 36 points. The Lakers turned the game around in the 2nd Quarter and scored 31 points, limiting the Grizzlies to just 18.

Both the teams scored 21 points in the 3rd Quarter but the Lakers led by 2. LeBron James went clutch in the last quarter and was the major reason for the W for the Lakers. LeBron grabbed a double-double, scoring 22 points, dishing out 8 assists, and grabbing 13 boards.

Montrezl Harrell also played really well as he came off the bench and scored 16 points in 21 minutes. Anthony Davis had 17 points and grabbed 9 rebounds in the game.

It was an emotional game for new Lakers signing Marc Gasol as he faced his former club. He scored 7 points, had 4 assists, and 6 rebounds in 24 minutes.

For the Grizzlies, Jonas Valanciunas had a double-double, he scored 14 points and had 10 rebounds. Kyle Anderson led them in points as he scored 18, had 2 assists, and 4 rebounds in 32 minutes.

The teams will meet again on Wednesday to complete the 2-game miniseries.

Grizzlies vs Lakers Highlights:

4th Quarter: Grizzlies 94-108 Lakers (Kyle Anderson 18 points, LeBron James 22 points)

LeBron James scores from the logo

3rd Quarter: Grizzlies 75-77 Lakers (Kyle Anderson 16 points, Montrezl Harrell 16 points)

Harrell has 16 and 9 in just 15 bench minutes. Big lift from him and Matthews (11 points on 4 of 5 FG’s).

Marc Gasol got 4 stitches above his left eye during halftime and is out there to start the 3rd Q.

2nd Quarter: Grizzlies 54-56 Lakers (Kyle Kuzma 9 points, Tyus Jones 10 points)

Kyle Kuzma 9 pts, 1 blk

Montrezl Harrell 8 pts, 5 reb, 2 stl

Wesley Matthews 8 pts, 1 stl

1st Quarter: Grizzlies 36-25 Lakers (Desmond Bane 8 points, Kyle Kuzma 9 points)

Desmond Bane checks in and scores

With 2 early 3’s here, Kyle Kuzma is now 14 for 31 from 3 this season (45.2%).

Pre Game

Memphis Grizzlies Tribute to Marc Gasol

LA Lakers Starting 5

Grizzlies confirmed injuries

Starting 5 for Memphis Grizzlies

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Match Details: Memphis Grizzlies vs LA Lakers

Time: 04:30 A.M. (IST)

Date: 04-01-2021

Venue: FedEx Fortum, Memphis

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Match Preview – Memphis Grizzlies

The Memphis Grizzlies is currently in the 12 spot in the Western Conference. They have a 2-3 record to start the season. They had a surprising win against the Nets in a game that went into overtime. Their second win of the season came against the Charlotte Hornets.

Ja Morant is injured and will be out for this contest against the Lakers. However, in the absence of their star guard, the Grizzlies won their match against the Hornets.

They shot 47.8% from the field and scored 52 points in the paint. They also had a huge advantage in the number of assists in their last match.

Match Preview – LA Lakers

The Laker come fresh off a tough win against the San Antonio Spurs. They trailed till the 3rd quarter but then King James and Anthony Davis went off.

In the 3rd quarter, LeBron secured his triple-double and AD secured his double-double. LeBron had 26 points, had 10 assists, and grabbed 11 boards, while AD scored 34 points, had 5 assists, and grabbed 11 rebounds in 42 minutes.

The Lakers now have a 3-2 record in the season and will be on the road to face Memphis twice.

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