Memphis Grizzlies vs Golden State Warriors May 13 Same Game Parlay

The Memphis Grizzlies are down 3-2 in their series against the Golden State Warriors. However, they absolutely dominated the Warriors in Game 5 of the series.

Scoring 134 points without Ja Morant, the Grizzlies now have the momentum. They also held the Warriors to just 95 points in that game, proving they can play great defense. Tonight, they’ll play the Warriors on the road.

It’s good that the Warriors get to return home tonight, especially after their last game. They’ll need all the help they can get from the crowd in this one. The main reason behind their recent loss was turnovers.

In Game 5, the Warriors were careless with the ball, turning it over 22 times. Another performance like that, and we could see Memphis tie the series tonight, in our NBA Computer predictions.

Memphis Grizzlies at Golden State Warriors Preview

The Memphis Grizzlies have found a way to create offense without Ja Morant. This is great, considering they struggled in their first two games without him. Now, they can focus their efforts on defense.

If they can slow down the Warriors’ shooting, similar to their Game 5 performance. The Grizzlies should be able to come away with a win tonight. They’re also 8.5-point underdogs.

With the Warriors at home, they definitely have an advantage tonight. The question is whether that advantage will lead them to a victory. After seeing how careless they were with the ball, we’re slightly concerned for them tonight.

The Warriors tallied just 37 rebounds in Game 5 compared to the Grizzlies’ 55. Frankly, it seems as if the Grizzlies wanted it much more.

Against the Spread: Memphis Grizzlies +8.5

We’ve seen each of these teams take a step forward offensively. The problem is, we’ve seen the Warriors regress when it comes to taking care of the ball.

The Grizzlies have the momentum now and have previously kept the games close. Throughout this series, the Memphis Grizzlies are 4-1 against the spread. We’ll take the Grizzlies +8.5 in tonight’s game.

The Total: OVER 217

This is a slightly low total considering what these offenses have done in this series. At just 217, each team needs to only average 108.5 points. The total has gone over in eight of the Warriors’ last eleven games.

During this series, three out of five games have gone over the total. This is also the lowest point total of the entire series.

To Score 20+ Points: Klay Thompson (-164)

Considering the odds are pretty good on this one, we’ll add it to our parlay. Thompson’s league average is 20.4 points per game. During the postseason, Thompson has averaged 19.4 points per game.

Through his last ten, he’s averaged 30.8 points per game, making him a great pick to score 20+ points.

Win Margin: Golden State Warriors 1-10 (+175)

Lastly, we do believe that the Warriors will win this game, but not by much, as you can see in our Same game parlay pick.

This is why we took the Memphis Grizzlies +8.5 against the spread. However, with the Warriors at home and after an awful game, we expect a bounce back.

It’s hard to keep the Warriors down; this will be a close game with Golden State winning in the end.

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