In the final day of scrimmages, Memphis Grizzlies will take on Miami Heat. Check out the game’s preview and where you can watch the Grizzlies vs Heat Scrimmage.
The final scrimmage game for the Grizzlies will be against the Heat at 1 PM ET on Tuesday. Both of these enter this final practice game after conceding a loss in their second scrimmage. The Grizzlies were trounced 119-104 by James Harden and the Rockets, whereas the Heat endured a narrow two-point defeat against Utah Jazz.
Miami Heat, however, kicked off their practice games with a win against Sacramento Kings. The loss against Utah Jazz in the second scrimmage came as a shock to many. Although that loss had more to do with Utah’s team composition, questions will be asked of Eric Spoelstra and his men.
Where to watch Grizzlies vs Heat Scrimmage on TV and Online?
The game is set to tip-off at 2 pm ET on Tuesday.
For fans from around the world, you can catch the action live on the NBA TV using the NBA League Pass. NBA TV is accessible through the NBA Website and the official NBA application. Use the NBA application to watch the game on your smartphones, tablets or consoles.
Fans of the Grizzlies can stream the game live on the website at Grizzlies.com
You can also stream the game on Fubo.tv.
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How Grizzlies and Heat will lineup for this game?
The Grizzlies looked much better on the court in their second game. Seven players, including the starting five claimed double digits for the Grizzlies.
Ja Morant was on fire in the 2nd Scrimmage game, scoring 17 points and showing what he is capable of on the court. Brandon Clarke ended with 16 points and eight rebounds, while Kyle Anderson garnered 15 points along with 3 blocks. finished with 12 points. The good thing for them is these games don’t count, as they have now lost both their scrimmages.
However, the Ja Morant led side would be hoping to get their momentum back before the NBA restart, as they face an uphill task of making it to the NBA playoffs.
For Miami Heat, Spoelstra will definitely look to give Adebayo his debut against the Grizzlies. He sat out the previous game while Nunn got a piece of the action. The two of them arrived at the Orlando facility last week after dealing with the Covid-19 issue.
Spoelstra stated after the last game that Adebayo didn’t play, just as a precaution. Jimmy Butler will be wanting to get some momentum under his belt before the seeding games, as the Heat could be serious contenders once the playoffs begin.
Memphis Grizzlies: Ja Morant, Dillon Brooks, Kyle Anderson, Jaren Jackson Jr., Jonas Valanciunas.
Miami Heat (Roster): Jimmy Butler, Kyle Alexander, Jae Crowder, Goran Dragic, Udonis Haslem, Tyler Herro, Solomon Hill, Andre Igoudala, Derrick Jones Jr., Meyers Leonard, Kendrick Nunn, Okpala, Olynyk, Duncan Robinson, Chris Silva, Gabe Vincent