Grizzlies and the Warriors battle for Games 3 series lead at Chase Center

NBA – The #3 seed Golden State Warriors host the #2 seed Memphis Grizzlies in Game 3 of their own Best of seven series of the 2021–2022 NBA Western Conference Semi Finals at Chase Center in San Francisco, California.

The Warriors steal Game 1 at Grizzlies home court at FedEx Forum in Memphis, Tennessee, 117–116. Warriors Shooting Guard Klay Thompson made a huge 3’s that gave them lead and eventually resulted as the last basket of the game that gave wins for the visiting Warriors.

The Grizzlies had their chance to win the game, but Grizzlies superstar Guard Ja Morant missed a possible game winning lay-up at the Buzzer. Morant finished the game with game high 34 points, 10 assists and 9 rebounds in a losing effort.

In Game 2, the game is in tight contention as both teams are fighting to win the game, but the Grizzlies have, more will to win the game in-front of their crowd avoiding 0–2 series before going to Chase Center.

Eventually the Grizzlies take Game 2 106–101 in a late game rally to pass the Warriors and even the series before going on the Warriors home crowd for Game 3.

Today (PH TIME) the Warriors will have a huge crowd to cheer them to win the Game 3 and regain the series lead to 2- 1. Or will Ja Morant and the Grizzlies will take Game 3 and regain home court advantage?

The Warriors will rely on their superstar 2 – time league MVP Stephen Curry, former 2 – time Defensive player of the year Draymond Green, Klay Thompson and Jordan Poole.

Meanwhile, The Grizzlies will rely on the emerging future NBA superstar and possibly an MVP caliber for next season Memphis Guard Ja Moran and Desmond Bane.

Now, let's wait and see who’s team are taking Game 3 for the right to take a commanding series lead 2–1.