Warriors vs. Grizzlies watch guide: Lineups, injuries, player usage

Logan Murdock

In an otherwise listless season, the Warriors have a chance to accomplish a rare feat Sunday afternoon against the Grizzlies: Win a season series against a potential playoff team. 

With a win in Memphis, the Warriors will have won two road games in FedEx Forum, while capturing its third straight season series against the Grizzlies. 

Pregame coverage on NBC Sports Bay Area begins at 2:00 p.m. PT, with tipoff scheduled for 3:10.

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The Warriors have won 14 of their last 19 games against the Grizzlies, including a 114-95 win in November. 

However, the Grizzlies have won four straight games, entering Sunday as the No. 8 seed in the Western Conference standings. 

PROJECTED LINEUPS

Warriors
G Glenn Robinson III
F Draymond Green
C Omari Spellman
G Alec Burks
G D'Angelo Russell




Grizzlies
F Jae Crowder
F Jaren Jackson
C Jonas Valanciunas
G Dillon Brooks
G Ja Morant




INJURY REPORT 

Warriors: Steph Curry (left-hand fracture), Kevon Looney (left abdominal soreness), Klay Thompson (left ACL rehabilitation), Ky Bowman (NBA two-way), Damion Lee (NBA two-way) are out. D'Angelo Russell (Right shoulder contusion) is probable.

Grizzlies: Andre Iguodala (not with team), Josh Jackson (G League assignment), John Konchar (G League, two-way), Yuta Watanabe (G League, two-way)

ROTATION

Warriors: Spellman is averaging 16 points, while shooting 57 percent from 3-point range over his last four games. During Russell's absence, the Warriors posted a 106.0 defensive rating.

Eric Paschall is shooting 51.6 percent over his last four games. Burks has scored double figures in 20 of his last 22 outings while averaging 17.8 points per game in his last six appearances. 

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Lee -- who is out of two-way days -- will be held out of tonight's game as the Warriors continue to negotiate a multiyear contract. 
 
Grizzlies: Memphis is averaging 128.5 points over its last four wins. Since Morant returned from injury last month, the Grizzlies have the league's highest-scoring offense, while leading the league in field goal percentage during the stretch. 

Officials: Marc Davis (#8), Rodney Mott (#71), Nate Green (#65)

Warriors vs. Grizzlies watch guide: Lineups, injuries, player usage originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area

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