The Memphis Grizzlies (2-1) go up against the Portland Trail Blazers (1-2) at Moda Center on Wednesday, October 27, 2021. The game tips at 10:00 PM ET. Below, we give you all the info you need on how to watch this matchup on FuboTV.
How to Watch Grizzlies vs. Trail Blazers
- Game Day: Wednesday, October 27, 2021
- Game Time: 10:00 PM ET
- TV: ESPN
- Arena: Moda Center
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Betting Information for Grizzlies vs. Trail Blazers
Key Stats for Trail Blazers vs. Grizzlies
- Last year, the Trail Blazers recorded just 3.8 more points per game (116.1) than the Grizzlies allowed (112.3).
- Portland went 33-9 last season when scoring more than 112.3 points.
- Memphis went 35-14 last season when allowing fewer than 116.1 points.
- The Grizzlies' 113.3 points per game last year were only 1.0 fewer point than the 114.3 the Trail Blazers allowed.
- Memphis went 27-6 last season when it scored more than 114.3 points.
- Portland had a 25-10 record last season when its opponents scored fewer than 113.3 points.
- The Trail Blazers were the 12th-ranked rebounding team in the NBA. The Grizzlies ranked fourth.
- The Trail Blazers and the Grizzlies were evenly matched on the offensive glass last season, with the teams averaging similar numbers (10.6 and 11.2 offensive boards per game, respectively).
- The Grizzlies were the fourth-ranked offensive rebounding team in the NBA, and the Trail Blazers finished third.
Trail Blazers Players to Watch
- Damian Lillard scored 28.8 points and distributed 7.5 assists per game last season.
- Robert Covington grabbed an average of 6.7 boards in each contest while scoring 8.5 points per game last season.
- Lillard hit an average of 4.1 shots per game from beyond the arc a season ago.
- Covington racked up 1.4 steals and 1.2 blocks per game last season.
Grizzlies Players to Watch
- Ja Morant scored 19.1 points and distributed 7.4 assists per game last season.
- Steven Adams averaged 8.9 boards per game in addition to his 7.6 PPG average.
- Dillon Brooks knocked down shots from beyond the arc at a clip of 1.9 per contest a season ago.
- Kyle Anderson and Brandon Clarke were defensive standouts last season, with Anderson averaging 1.2 steals per game and Clarke collecting 0.9 blocks per contest.