Golden State Warriors vs Memphis Grizzlies prediction and betting tips (May 9)
The Golden State Warriors who are 2-1 up in the series play against the young core Memphis Grizzlies. The Grizzlies will head to the Chase Center for game 4 of the Western Conference semifinals.
Stephen Curry (Warriors) dropped 30 points in game 3 against the Grizzlies
Stephen Curry (Warriors) dropped 30 points in game 3 against the Grizzlies

The series has been nothing short of entertaining and has delivered up to its hype. The physicality seen so far has seen players like Gary Payton ruled out of the series currently due to injury and Dillon Brooks missed game 3 due to suspension for his part played in Gary Payton’s injury. The Warriors are 2-1 up and they cruised past the Grizzlies easily in game 3 winning by 30 points. The Grizzlies will look to even the series while the Warriors would like to extend the series to 3-1 and take advantage of playing in their homecourt.

The match starts at 10:00 p.m. ET on Monday, 9 May 2022. The game time by GMT is 2:00 a.m. on Tuesday, May 10. The match venue is Chase Center, San Francisco, CA.

Betting tips and match predictions for the Golden State Warriors vs Memphis Grizzlies (May 9) game are available in this article. The latest betting odds, key stats, team news, and projected starting lineups are previewed below.

Golden State Warriors vs Memphis Grizzlies latest odds on betting sites

The Golden State Warriors money line odds are priced at 1.20 (-500 American; 1/5 Fractional), while the Memphis Grizzlies money line odds are priced at 4.75 (+375; 15/4). This equals approximate probabilities of 80% against 20% respectively.


  • Over 224.5 points — 1.91 (-110; 10/11)
  • Under 224.5 points — 1.91 (-110; 10/11)


  • Golden State Warriors +10.0: 1.91 (-110; 10/11)
  • Memphis Grizzlies -10.00: 1.91 (-110; 10/11)

Golden State Warriors vs Memphis Grizzlies match preview and statistics

The Warriors exquisitely won game 4, they shot over 60% from the field and they were just too much to handle for the young and inexperienced Grizzlies team.

Stephen Curry led the team with 30 points, 6 assists and a steal while Jordan Poole followed up with 27 points, 4 rebounds and 2 assists.

Klay Thompson dropped 21 points, 9 rebounds and 4 assists.

Team statistics: 53/84 (63.1%) field goals, 17/32 (53.1%) 3 pointers, 19/21 (90.5%) free throws, 34 assists, 38 total rebounds, 5 steals, 4 blocks, 17 turnovers, 24 fouls.

Warriors team news: James Wiseman, Gary Payton II and Andre Iguodala are ruled out for the match while Otto Porter Jr is listed probably.

The Grizzlies just couldn’t match up with the Warriors shooting and they were also without their best perimeter defender Dillon Brooks who was suspended for the game. This distorted the team’s defense and was part of the reason why the Warriors had a lot of easy looks.

In game 3 against the Warriors, Ja Morant delivered again scoring a game-high 34 points and adding 7 assists and 3 steals in a game where he was tasked with carrying the team’s offense again.

Desmond Bane followed with 16 points and 3 boards while Jaren Jackson Jr added 15 points and 2 steals.

De’Anthony Melton from the bench dropped 12 points and 4 rebounds.

Team statistics: 40/92 (43.5%) field goals, 16/43 (37.2%) 3 pointers, 16/21 (76.2%) free throws, 21 assists, 29 total rebounds, 3 blocks, 8 steals, 10 turnovers, 20 fouls.

Grizzlies team news: Santi Aldalma and Killian Tillie are ruled out for the match while Ja Morant is listed as questionable for the game.

Golden State Warriors vs Memphis Grizzlies H2H

The last time they met in the postseason was the 2015 Western conference semifinals and the Warriors won the series 4-2. The Warriors lead this series 2-1.

Golden State Warriors vs Memphis Grizzlies lineups and key players

Golden State Warriors projected starting lineup:

  • Point guard: Stephen Curry
  • Shooting guard: Klay Thompson
  • Small forward: Andrew Wiggins
  • Power forward: Jonathan Kuminga
  • Center: Draymond Green

Stephen Curry is the key player to watch out for. He dropped 30 points in game 3 against the Grizzlies, and he’s also leading the team in points per game this series with 27.0 ppg. We’ve yet to see him explode in this series but he sure has the potential to do so.

Memphis Grizzlies projected starting lineup:

  • Point guard: Ja Morant
  • Shooting guard: Desmond Bane
  • Small forward: Ziaire Williams
  • Power forward: Jaren Jackson Jr
  • Center: Xavier Tillman

Ja Morant is the key player to watch out for. He dropped a game-high 34 points in game 3 against the warriors and he averages 38.3 ppg against the Warriors in this series. His presence in the team is important as he assumes the leadership position in the team.

Golden State Warriors vs Memphis Grizzlies predictions and betting tips

The Golden State Warriors shot unbelievably well from the field and 3-point line in game 3. They were 63.1% from the field and an incredible 53.1% from deep, they might be unlikely to repeat the same feat in game 4 but with the Warriors flooring a starting five full of perimeter shooters which the Grizzlies have had no answer for throughout this series and Ja Morant status still questionable for game 4, the Warriors have game 4 on lock. Also, the Warriors boast of a much better depth than the Grizzlies with 51 bench points compared to the Grizzlies’ 35 bench points.

The Grizzlies, unless players like Desmond Bane who has been quiet in this series step up, and Brandon Clarke replicates his performance in the Timberwolves series, will continue to struggle against the Warriors. Ja Morant has been incredible for them this series and the way game 3 ended putting him up questionable for game 4 further adds to the Grizzlies' woes even though they’d have Dillon Brooks back for game 4, without Ja Morant, the Warriors are poised to win. Predictions for this game are the Golden State Warriors to win and over 224.5 points.

Betting prediction: Golden State Warriors to win

Odds: 1.20 (-500 American; 1/5 Fractional)

Betting prediction: Over 224.5 points

Odds: 1.91 (-110 American; 10/11 Fractional)

Golden State Warriors — Memphis Grizzlies
Not settled
Over 224.5 points
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