Through 1 quarter
The Atlanta Hawks give their home crowd exactly what it was hoping to see. It’s someone’s game after a quarter, but Atlanta is ahead of the Memphis Grizzlies 34-29.
The Hawks have so far had no offensive standouts with all players held to eight points or less. Little striker Dillon Brooks has done his best for Memphis and currently has 12 points (41% of their total).
Here’s an interesting fact: Atlanta also had a five-point lead after the first quarter of the team’s final meeting.
Memphis @ Atlanta
Current Records: Memphis 25-23; Atlanta 27-24
What to know
The Memphis Grizzlies and Atlanta Hawks meet at 20 ET ril 7 at State Farm Arena without much rest after finishing the matches yesterday. Expect the goalkeeper to be kept busy: if their past game is an indication, Memphis and Atlanta will really turn on the scoreboard on Wednesday.
A well-balanced attack led the Grizzlies over the Miami Heat every single quarter on their way to victory Tuesday. Memphis strolled past Miami with points to spare and took matchup 124-112. Little forward Dillon Brooks was the offensive standout in the game for Memphis, shooting 5-for-9 from downtown and finishing with 28 points.
Meanwhile, it was all tied 61-61 in the half for the Hawks and New Orleans Pelicans on Tuesday, but Atlanta stepped up in the second half to win 123-107. Atlanta point guard Trae Young looked sharp as he shot 6-for-7 over the arc and finished with a double-double of 30 points and 12 dimes. Young hadn’t helped his team much against the Golden State Warriors on Sunday, so this was a good game for him.
Without blocking all sums, Memphis is expected to win tough competition. They may be worth taking a chance on against the spread, as they are currently on a series of five ATS wins.
Their victories hit Memphis to 25-23 and Atlanta to 27-24. We see which team can transfer their success and which team inevitably falls when the Grizzlies and Hawks collide.
This is how you look
- When: Wednesday at 20 ET
- Where: State Farm Arena – Atlanta, Georgia
- TV: Bally Sports – Southeast
- Follow: CBS Sports s
The Grizzlies are, according to the latest, a small 1-point favorite against the Hawks NBA odds.
The line on this game has moved quite a bit since it opened when it started with the Hawks as a 3-point favorite.
Over / Under: -112
History of the series
Atlanta has won six out of their last 11 games against Memphis.
- December 26, 2020 – Atlanta 122 vs. Memphis 112
- March 7, 2020 – Memphis 118 vs. Atlanta 101
- March 2, 2020 – Memphis 127 vs. Atlanta 88
- March 13, 2019 – Atlanta 132 vs. Memphis 111
- Oct 19, 2018 – Memphis 131 vs. Atlanta 117
- 06 Feb 2018 – Atlanta 108 vs. Memphis 82
- December 15, 2017 – Memphis 96 vs. Atlanta 94
- March 16, 2017 – Memphis 103 vs. Atlanta 91
- March 11, 2017 – Atlanta 107 vs. Memphis 90
- March 12, 2016 – Atlanta 95 vs. Memphis 83
- Nov 27, 2015 – Atlanta 116 against Memphis 101
Injury Report for Atlanta
- Danilo Gallinari: Out (ankle)
- Kris Dunn: Out (ankle)
- Clint That: Out (Achilles)
- John Collins: Out (ankle)
- De’Andre Hunter: Out (knees)
- Cam Reddish: Out (Achilles)
Damage Report for Memphis
- Justise Winslow: Out (Quadriceps)
- Brandon Clarke: Out (Calf)
- De’Anthony Melton: Out (Ben)
- Years Jackson Jr .: Out (Knees)