NBA Playoffs

Grizzlies vs Warriors Predictions, Odds & Schedule for NBA Playoffs Second Round on FanDuel Sportsbook

Devon Platana
Memphis Grizzlies vs Golden State Warriors NBA Playoffs predictions, odds and schedule for Western Conference Second Round series.
Memphis Grizzlies vs Golden State Warriors NBA Playoffs predictions, odds and schedule for Western Conference Second Round series. / Petre Thomas-USA TODAY Sports
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The Memphis Grizzlies and Golden State Warriors both made it through their first-round NBA Playoffs series, setting up an exciting Round 2 matchup. The Grizzlies won three of the four meetings between the two teams this season, leaving many to wonder if they pull off the upset in the playoffs.

Grizzlies vs Warriors Schedule

Below is the full official schedule for the Grizzlies vs Warriors Western Conference Second Round NBA Playoff series.

Game 1: Sunday, May 1 at Memphis (ABC - 3:30 p.m ET)
Game 2: Wednesday, May 4 at Memphis (TNT - 9:30 p.m. ET)
Game 3: Friday, May 6 at Golden State (ABC - 9:30 p.m. ET)
Game 4: Sunday, May 8 at Golden State (TNT - 10 p.m. ET)
Game 5: Wednesday, May 11 at Memphis (TNT - TBD) if necessary
Game 6: Friday, May 13 at Golden State (ESPN - TBD) if necessary
Game 7: Sunday, May 15 at Memphis (TNT - TBD) if necessary

Grizzlies vs Warriors Odds

NBA Playoff odds from FanDuel Sportsbook have the Warriors as -255 favorites to win the series, while the Grizzlies are +210 underdogs.

The odds suggest Golden State winning in six games is the most likely outcome, as that line is available at +280.

Grizzlies vs Warriors Predictions

Predictions for the Suns vs Mavericks series are from FiveThirtyEight.

The Warriors are projected for a 52% chance to make the Western Conference Finals and a 9% chance to win the NBA championship, while the Grizzlies are projected for a 48% chance to make the Western Conference Finals and a 6% chance to win the NBA championship.

Stephen Curry Injury Update

Stephen Curry missed the final 12 games of the regular season with a foot injury but ended up being healthy enough to play against the Denver Nuggets in Round 1.

The Warriors eased Curry back into the swing of things by having him come off the bench for all but one game in the series. It ended up paying off as the 34-year-old averaged 28.0 points on .500/.404/.744 shooting.

With Curry having some time to further heal after eliminating the Nuggets, all signs point to him being a full-time starter in Round 2 and beyond.

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