Warriors Vs. Grizzlies Watch Guide: Lineups, Injury Report, Player Usage

MEMPHIS -- Following a 2-1 homestand, the Warriors are back in the comforting confines of the road for a matchup with the Grizzlies Wednesday night. 

Coverage on NBC Sports Bay Area begins at 3:30 pm with Warriors Outsiders, followed by Warriors Pregame Live at 4:00 and scheduled 5:00 pm tip-off at FedEx Forum.

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In their quest for a second straight win, they'll be without big man Jordan Bell, who was suspended for one game for conduct detrimental to the team Wednesday afternoon. 

While no details have emerged regarding the reason why Bell won't play, it's not the first time he's been at odds with the team this season. Two months ago, Bell was seen arguing with Warriors coach Steve Kerr during the waning seconds of a 130-111 win over the Lakers.



F Kevin Durant 
F Draymond Green
C DeMarcus Cousins
G Klay Thompson
G Stephen Curry


G Mike Conley
G Tyler Dorsey
C Jonas Valanciunas
F Justin Holiday
F Bruno Caboclo


Warriors: Jordan Bell (suspension), Damian Jones (left pectoral surgery) is out. 

Grizzlies: Mike Conley (L thigh soreness) is questionable. Kyle Anderson (R shoulder soreness), Avery Bradley (R shin contusion), Dillon Brooks (R toe injury), Justin Jackson Jr. (R deep thigh bruise), C.J. Miles (L foot injury), Joakim Noah (R knee soreness) are out


Warriors: Without Bell, Golden State still has a healthy amount of depth in his place, including Kevon Looney, Jonas Jerebko, and Andrew Bogut. 

Meanwhile, Cousins is rolling, averaging 16.1 points, 7.6 rebounds and 4.4 assists over his last five games. He's also been especially good on the road, averaging 18.5 points, 7.8 rebounds on 54.7 percent this season. 

Entering Wednesday, the Warriors are ranked second in the league in scoring and first in field goal percentage. 


Despite a myriad of injuries, Memphis managed to beat Houston at home last week and the Oklahoma City Thunder Monday evening. 

Entering Wednesday, Conley needs just seven points to eclipse Mike Conley as the Grizzlies all-time leading scorer. Conley is averaging 28.6 points over his last seven games. 

Jonas Valanciunas is averaging 23.5 points, 16.8 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 2.25 blocks in his last three games.

Officials: Ken Mauer (#41), Dedric Taylor (#21), Aaron Smith (#51)

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