Last night marked the sixth game between San Antonio Spurs and the Memphis Grizzlies in their playoff series. Game 1 would be a victory for the San Antonio Spurs as they hand the Grizzlies a 111 to 82 blowout loss. In that game, Kawhi Leonard scored thirty-two points, pulled down three rebounds and dished off five assists. Marc Gasol would finish with thirty-two points, five rebounds and two assists. The Spurs would also go on to win the second game with a 96-82 score. Kawhi Leonard would put up thirty-seven points, eleven rebounds and two assists. Mike Conley would settle for twenty-four points, one rebound and eight assists. The Grizzlies would bounce back with a Game 3 win over the Texas team, handing the Spurs a 105 to 94 loss. In that game, Mike Conley would put up twenty-four points, one rebound and eight assists. Kawhi Leonard would score eighteen points, four rebounds and three assists. Game 4 would also be a victory for the Memphis team as they pull away with a 110-108 win in overtime. Mike Conley would chalk up thirty-five points, nine rebounds and eight assists. Kawhi Leonard would end up with forty-three points, eight rebounds and three assists. San Antonio would go on to win the last game, though, as they escape with a 116 to 103 victory. Kawhi Leonard would put up twenty-eight points, one rebound and six assists. Mike Conley would settle for twenty-six points, two rebounds and six assists. The Memphis Grizzlies looked to survive another game last night as they faced the San Antonio Spurs in the FedEx Forum.
The game would start off right for the Spurs as point guard Tony Parker got hot for eleven points, including one three-pointer. He would shoot a perfect one-hundred percent from the field in the quarter. Kawhi Leonard would contribute with six points, along with two rebounds. Danny Green would knock down a three-pointer as LaMarcus Aldridge would shoot twenty-five percent from the field, collecting only two points but he would work for three defensive rebounds. On the other end of the court, eight-time All-Star, Vince Carter, would chalk up seven points which would include one three-pointer. Andrew Harrison would come off the bench to knock down two three-pointers but it was the Spurs who ended the first period with a 24 to 22 lead. Memphis would go on a 28-21 run in the second quarter as Marc Gasol throws up nine points, shooting a perfect one-hundred percent from the field. Gasol would earn three of those points from behind the three-point line. Mike Conley would also shoot a perfect one-hundred percent from the field, earning himself five points which would contain one three-pointer. Zach Randolph would contribute with only four points, but he would crash the boards for four defensive rebounds. As for the San Antonio team, the 2013-2014 NBA Finals MVP, Kawhi Leonard, would try to keep his team back in it as he drops nine points while shooting sixty percent from the field. Aldridge and Parker would each put up four points but it was the home team that walked into halftime with a 50-45 lead.
The Spurs would return the favor with a 30 to 24 run in the third period as former Trail Blazers player, LaMarcus Aldridge, would chalk up nine points, along with a total of four rebounds. Tony Parker would pitch in with six points, shooting a perfect one-hundred percent from the field. Leonard would only to be held to four points, which he would all get from the free-throw line, but he managed to grab four rebounds to add to his stat sheet. Mike Conley would try to keep the home team in it as he puts up seven points, collecting three of them from behind the arc. James Ennis would knock down two three-pointers, as he receives six points but it was the visitors who went into the last quarter with a 75 to 74 lead. The Texas team would close things out in the fourth period as they go on a 28-22 run. Kawhi Leonard would heat up for ten points, taking three of them from beyond the arc. Parker would shoot seventy-five percent from the field, earning himself six points. As for the Memphis team, Conley would put up eleven points but it wasn’t enough as the San Antonio Spurs pull away with a 103 to 96 win over the Memphis Grizzlies and winning the series, 4-2. Kawhi Leonard finished with twenty-nine points, nine rebounds and four assists. Mike Conley would end up with twenty-six points, two rebounds and five assists.