11.3: Highlights -- Warriors 115, Grizzlies 109
Jim Kozimor brings you all the game-changing plays on SportsNet Central.
Let's hit the hardwood basketball on deck Warriors and grizzled Monta Ellis he has two children below would those steps early very early first Warriors up one. -- that's a nifty up and under what you get everyone enjoys again. That's cool physically and moments later I like the slow low for -- Ellis takes it from Reggie Williams and finishes strong dogs go up five and -- that the last you can see this guy later in the quarter Williams this time drives -- finishes himself. With the foul against the free throw Warriors update second quarter and the Warriors are on the run. We'll kick out of the realm Wright gave going beyond the ER get -- half the Cubs -- twelve. That means is the third quarter over the second half. More right pulled so wrong. Off the steal by Ellis dictates it to -- again why are you giving this guy all the time in the world Warriors up seventeen were later on in the third. And the Grizzlies start the rally Mike Connolly to steal coast to coast. It's up 143 -- it meant this to within seven moments later Connolly jumps off the OJ Mayo. Bangs from down town it's a five point games Warriors go cold with the same time. Boots Ellis can't get the twenty footer. Reggie Williams he's been -- But none in the lay up. Early fourth quarter. I'm glad it. From short range does they don't score great and I. -- a little worried are you ready here -- I am too. They get the big shots. All -- Warriors back up by seven everything feels good at the free throw moments later Grizzlies to within five David Kool aid. Oh you lose the ball don't worry it's in Ellison's hands. He has 39 of the night. They hit their free throws down the stretch they went at 1151. All night and they go to three and one of the season at home three in -- For the first time since the 1991 season Monta Ellis dropped seventeen of the fourth quarter on the drizzle. And those 39 feels so good and I will tell you this team is very happy.