2yThe Warriors fell behind 21-4 to start the game before making a second quarter comeback. Rudy Gay and the Grizzlies dominated the second half to go on to 110-92 win.
2yThe Warriors return home after a five-game road trip to host the Grizzlies who have won eight of ther past nine games. Watch on CSN Bay Area and Follow along with In-Game Live!
2yMark Jackson admitted before taking on the Grizzlies that his starting point guard Stephen Curry hasn't fully recovered from the ankle and foot problems that have been bothering him.
2yWith Ekpe Udoh named the starting center and Andris Biedrins struggling, the door seems open for Jeremy Tyler. Not so fast, says Mark Jackson.
2yThe City of Oakland, which is home to the A's, Raiders and Warriors, approved 3.5 million Tuesday night to help retain its longtime professional sports franchises.
2yWith ankle and foot injuries, Stephen Curry's questionable durability has been exposed, which is why Mark Jackson says he's not going to rush his starting point guard back.
2yEven without All-Star power forward Zach Randolph, the Grizzlies are still a big and physical frontline with Marc Gasol and Marreese Speights. David Lee and Ekpe Udoh need to be ready to rebound.
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