Qualifiers 2022, Grizzlies Series Editorial Predictions

A series of playoffs is clearly a battle between two franchises, a few cracks and two fan bases, but those are also opposing opinions, even within our editorial team. Who thinks what, who is the most talented with a crystal ball in their hands? Here are the opening predictions for the Grizzlies – Warriors series!


Make yourself comfortable on your couch and take a pocket with you because we won’t have time to pee. The qualifier series par excellence, between two teams that can do the best in this type of confrontation. advice ? Don’t be fooled by the first round. The Warriors pretty much dominated the Nuggets but against a Denver side that suited them perfectly, while the Grizzlies seemed to be in trouble against wolves but above all because they foolishly decided to play who had the biggest mouth rather than deciding which input I was. For me it’s going into this series on 7 and in Game 7 anything can happen, even if this time I see Golden State take revenge on last season. 4-3 Warriors, an incredible series that will make history, is too hasty, too hasty.

Nico M.

The most exhilarating streak in the conference semi-finals? Probably. Anyway, while the Grizzlies prepare, they will have to show a different face against Minnesota in the first round. Because if Ja Morant can provide the basics against Wolves, there they will face warriors who know what it means to win NBA titles and who, unlike Wolves, have no intention of making any gift. translation, the slightest mistake risks paying cash for Steph, Klay, Draymond et Cie. The latter impressed the Nuggets and I think they would show those cheeky Grizzlies who really are the boss. For the Memphis to take the upper hand in the series, several prerequisites must be met: Morant is more inspiring than he was in the first round, cleaner basketball, Desmond Payne – Brandon Clark duo still effective, Garen Jackson Jr. . Which finally avoids mistakes and valuable contributions from everyone. That’s a little bit too much, so the Warriors is at 6.

Alex T

Once again, the series everyone has been waiting for in this second round. Memphis surprised me a bit in this first round because I saw the Grizzlies by a larger margin. Did we see Memphis so pretty, did the playoffs make Taylor Jenkins’ squad tremble? Conversely, beast the post-season experience with Golden State. Stephen Curry, Clay Thompson and Draymond Green have more experience than the entire band of Tennessee combined. The deaths of the Five Warriors are somewhat frightening, but Steve Kerr also weakened his seat by removing Stephen Curry or Jordan Ball. Gary Payton II appears to be the second player in the unit who can really make a difference now, while Taylor Jenkins has more options with substitutes (Brandon Clark, Tyus Jones, Kyle Anderson). I also think an opponent with a good chunk of the championship would envy the Memphis, who took the Wolves a bit high and stunned. Memphis won 4-2.


I find the series very special. In the first round, Golden State made Golden State, ie dominate. Memphis, for its part, took longer than expected. Like that, without thinking too much, the Warriors are the favorites and should go to the final. However, be careful not to underestimate the Grizzlies. Ja Morant, Desmond Bane and the entire gang can get hurt because of their recklessness and athletic talent. However, how can you beat these very experienced warriors, defensive and extremely deadly in attack? I think the Cubs would be a bit too light to limit Splash Bros. to 3 pointers. The only good news for them is that Stephen Adams should be able to play again (once it’s released from H&S Protocol). Final verdict: Golden State win 4-1.


A series that many people wanted to watch, and of course I am one of them. Ja Morant vs Stephen Curry, the rising star against the president, and a huge symbol for who will emerge victorious from this duel. I was expecting Memphis to be a little quieter against Minnesota, the toughness the team has shown throughout the season has been well hidden at times in the series, but this team can clearly perform during the big showdowns. Warriors them, nothing to say. Overall, there are a lot of qualities on both sides of the floor, the team has experience in this type of match and three of the Splash brothers water it all. Come on, I’m betting on 4-3 Grizzlies, with Ja in Super Saiyan mode.


Well, here’s the Grizzlies, at last. The warriors were waiting. Memphis has pulled itself out of the Minnesota quagmire and is now standing in the way of GS who has exploited Nikola Jokic’s solitude. Stephen Curry is back in The Warriors ‘5 and named MVP in franchise history by Jordan Poole, Klay Thompson is back and Draymond Green will remain… on his own. But on the contrary, Ja Morant, even on difficulty, remains a Ja Morant and will agonize based on strong drives and salty tweets, and he’s the one with more tweets than baskets registered in these qualifiers right now. The styles oppose each other but the fight will be fiercer. However, it seems to me that the Warriors felt so above the Grizzlies that they remember that in the last year in play, the Bears took the best, and the boss and his friends returned a little earlier than expected in Punta Cana. This year, Golden State took revenge on the talented but perhaps still weak Grizzlies, taking the score 4-2.

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