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Memphis Grizzlies – Los Angeles Clippers Game 6 Preview
The odds are on Memphis’ side. The momentum is theirs, too. Nevertheless, the Los Angeles Clippers still have the chance to break the series even. After dropping the last three, Vinny Del Negro’s team has to show some urgency and force a Game 7 at the Staples Center.
The dominance of the Grizzlies inside was crystal clear during the last games of the series. Zach Randolph and Marc Gasol had a great party below LA’s rim, whether it was about crashing the boards, scoring in the paint or defending their own basket.
The Clippers really need more than the superstar performance from Chris Paul. CP3 will do his thing no matter what. Even if he doesn’t score 30 points, he will dish assists, run the team, and he will make the game-changing play. What they need is also a great contribution from Griffin.
The only problem is that Griffin might not be available on Friday night for Game 6. The 6’10” superstar suffered a high ankle sprain that forced him to exit Game 5, when his team finally was defeated by the Grizzlies. He is listed as a game-time decision for tomorrow’s game. LA desperately needs him. He is possibly the only player who can effectively stand in front of the surging Zach Randolph. Not because he is a great defender, but because he has a strong body and the athleticism needed to contain him. He can also provide some offensive solutions on the other end to answer back and give his team some momentum.
With so many injuries around the top teams in the NBA this season, the Clippers had some great chances to proceed deep into the Playoffs and possibly chase a ring. However, now they are in a difficult situation. They will have to exceed their potential to win Game 6, especially if Griffin isn’t suited up.
Shall the Clippers get eliminated from in the first round, then a controversial period will immediately start. First to be criticized will be Coach Vinny Del Negro. Also, trading solutions should be explored and ways to make this team a true Championship contender.
But for now, the focus of the team should be on winning the next game. After a record breaking regular season, it should be very disappointing for all the fans to see their team exit the Playoffs so early.
The Clippers have to remind of the team that broke the franchise record for the most wins in a row, a few months back in the season. The bench should step up now and take more responsibilities on both ends of the court. Griffin’s health will surely be a key factor and could possibly make the difference between a win and a loss. It’s the nature of this Grizzlies team and their strong backcourt duo that makes Griffin so valuable.
It remains to be seen if history will repeat itself. Last year, LA beat the Grizzlies on Game 7 and advanced to the next round. Do they have what it takes to force a Game 7 this year, too and win?
By: Chris Michaels