Highlights: Suns 114-122 Grizzlies in NBA 2021-2022


11:51 AM2 months ago


10:26 PM2 months ago

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10:25 PM2 months ago

Game is over

Finish the game in the FedExForum victory for Memphis.
10:19 PM2 months ago

4Q | 1:12

The Suns retire their starters and it will be all at FedExForum.
10:10 PM2 months ago

Not here!

JaVale McGee's great block to prevent the fall of his bow:
10:07 PM2 months ago

4Q | 4:52

Despite the Suns' attempts, it looks like the Grizzlies could close out the game with a win.
9:55 PM2 months ago

Strong one!

Dillon Brooks with the layup to add two more and keep the Grizzlies in contention:
9:49 PM2 months ago

4Q | 12:00

The last quarter begins.
9:46 PM2 months ago

Bye to the 3rd

The third quarter ends with an advantage of 2 for the Suns.
9:44 PM2 months ago

3Q | 0:57

The Suns turn the score around and already win by 1 point at the end of the third quarter.
9:35 PM2 months ago

Point god!

Great pass from Chris Paul for Payne to get the layup alone and unmarked:
9:24 PM2 months ago

3Q | 10:35

Time out Memphos, couple of minutes was enough for the Suns to tie the game.
9:22 PM2 months ago

3Q | 12:00

The third quarter begins.
9:06 PM2 months ago


We go into the break with a lead of 7 for Memphis.
8:56 PM2 months ago

Big rebound!

Dillon Brooks with the rebound and the points to distance his rival and separate as they can on the scoreboard:
8:52 PM2 months ago

2Q | 5:42

Great return of the Suns who already put the game at 6 difference. Little by little they cut the marker.
8:47 PM2 months ago

And 1!

Devin Booker with the double and the foul to bring the Suns ever closer:
8:38 PM2 months ago

2Q | 12:00

The second quarter starts.
8:36 PM2 months ago

End of the 1st

The first quarter ends at FedExForum with an 11-point lead for the Grizzlies.
8:28 PM2 months ago

1Q | 2:35

Surprise the one that is giving the second unit of the Grizzlies, they beat the starting lineup of the Suns with great determination.
8:22 PM2 months ago

Team work!

Great start for the Memphis offense, which fully dominates the Suns:
8:18 PM2 months ago

1Q | 8:42

Grizzlies 11-1 run, to cool down the Suns. Time out Phoenix.
8:11 PM2 months ago

1Q | 12:00

DeAndre Ayton wins the opening jump and the match begins.
8:09 PM2 months ago

Memphis starting 5!

With several substitutes, this is how the Grizzlies come out:
7:55 PM2 months ago

About to start

We are a few minutes away from the start of the previous protocols and the presentation of the game.
7:49 PM2 months ago

Last duel!

This will be the third and last duel of the series between both teams, the series is tied with one victory per side, so this duel will define who gets it. The last result was a 1-point victory for the Grizzlies in December of last year.
7:42 PM2 months ago

Big game!

This day we have a duel between two teams that could face each other in the Western Conference final. The Suns come out as favorites and we will see if they are capable of starting to show their favoritism in order to repeat in the NBA finals.
7:39 PM2 months ago

Phoenix starting 5!

With their entire main lineup, this is how the Suns come out:
7:35 PM2 months ago

Memphis arrive!

The Grizzlies arrived at FedExForum for this afternoon's matchup:
7:30 PM2 months ago

Injury Report

The casualties for this match are as follows:
Suns: Frank Kaminsky, Dario Saric and Cameron Johnson.
Grizzlies: Ja Morant, Brandon Clarke and Killian Tillie.
7:22 PM2 months ago

Here are the Suns!

With a full roster, this is how the Phoenix team appears at FedExForum:
7:14 PM2 months ago

Last lineups

In the last game, this was how both teams lined up:
Grizzlies: Steven Adams, Jaren Jackson Jr., Desmond Bane, Dillon Brooks and Tyus Jones
Suns: Chris Paul, Devin Booker, DeAndre Ayton, Mikal Bridges and Jae Crowder.
7:09 PM2 months ago

Face to face

A close match between both teams awaits us, here we share the statistics of the season of each one.
Photo: NBA
Photo: NBA
7:02 PM2 months ago

Here we go!

We're just under an hour before the Suns-Grizzlies game kicks off at FedExForum. Both quintets will go out in search of victory. Who will make it tonight? Follow our coverage on VAVEL.
1:58 AM2 months ago

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1:53 AM2 months ago

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1:48 AM2 months ago

Ja Morant, a must see player!

The point guard from Memphis is leading the team in offense as the best scorer and best assister with an average of 26.7 points, 5.7 rebounds and 6.7 assists per game. The star of the Grizzlies is back on the court and is taking advantage of the great moment of the team to be at the top of the Western Conference and, after being considered one of the starting point guards for the all-star game, he is a candidate to be one of the great prospects for this postseason and his good moment, along with that of the squad, will tell us how far they will go. Without a doubt, the point guard's connection with Jaren Jackson Jr., Dillon Brooks and Steven Adams is bearing fruit to a team with few spotlights but, without a doubt, it's worth watching.
Photo: Grizzlies
Photo: Grizzlies
1:43 AM2 months ago

How does the Grizzlies get here?

The Memphis team arrives in a great moment with a streak of 5 consecutive victories, placing themselves in postseason positions. The Grizzlies march with a streak of 54 wins and 23 losses, the team comes after 4 wins in a row against Milwaukee, Indiana, Brooklyn and Houston and placing second in the Western Conference, only behind the Suns. One of the factors that did the most damage to the team was Ja Morant's injury loss, the Grizzlies star hurt his knee and missed a few games, but now he's back and they're running to finish in the top 3 of the Western Conference and be one of the great teams to watch in this postseason. The work of all the units of the team is being very efficient and we see people like Steven Adamas, Jarren Jackson Jr., Desmond Bane and Dillon Brooks enjoying their great moment and contributing to win more and more duels.
1:38 AM2 months ago

Chris Paul, a must see player!

The Phoenix guard is leading the team in offense and is the top assister with an average of 10.7 assists per game, in addition to 15.0 points and 4.5 rebounds per game. The Phoenix veteran has connected very well with Devin Booker and has made the team fit better and better in all possible aspects, he is a very important part of the team's consecutive winning streak and one of those responsible for the squad rank among the highest in the league, even when Devin Booker was out with injury. CP3 was considered an All-Star and now he's on his way to leading Phoenix to its first NBA championship along with a great group of players.
Photo: Suns
Photo: Suns
1:33 AM2 months ago

How does the Suns arrive?

The Suns arrive at this second duel between both teams with a victory by a score of 107-103 against the Golden State Warriors and with their figures going through a great moment. Devin Booker, Chris Paul and DeAndre Ayton are the team leaders in points, assists and rebounds, in that order. The team has found a very interesting dynamic playing with the same base that it had in the NBA Finals last season, in addition to the additions of good players for the rotation in Ladry Shamet and JaVale McGee. With a record of 62 wins and 14 losses, they are in first place in the Western Conference and are looking to get back into the NBA Finals, once they have secured their ticket.
1:28 AM2 months ago

Where's the game?

The FedExForum located in the city of Memphis will host this duel between two teams that are fighting at the top of the Western Conference and looking to improve their position for the Playoffs. This stadium has a capacity for 18,100 fans and was inaugurated in 2004.
Photo: NBA
Photo: NBA
1:23 AM2 months ago


Good morning to all VAVEL readers! Welcome to the live broadcast of the Phoenix Suns vs. Memphis Grizzlies game, corresponding to the 2021-2022 NBA regular season. The meeting will take place at the FedExForum, at 8:00 p.m.