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((WATCH>>STREAMS!)) Grizzlies vs Nets Live Free Online Broadcast 4 March 2024

Brooklyn Nets vs. Memphis Grizzlies: How to watch, schedule, live stream info, start time, TV channel. Monday’s NBA schedule includes Vince Williams Jr.’s Memphis Grizzlies (20-41) hitting the road to square off against the Brooklyn Nets (24-36) at Barclays Center. The game tips off at 7:30 PM ET.


The Nets won their last game 114-102 against the Hawks on Saturday. The Grizzlies are coming off of a 107-100 OT loss to the Trail Blazers in their last game on Saturday. In the win, Mikal Bridges paced the Nets with 38 points. Santi Aldama totaled 21 points, eight rebounds and three assists for the Grizzlies.

Who's Playing

Memphis Grizzlies @ Brooklyn Nets

Current Records: Memphis 20-41, Brooklyn 24-36

How To Watch

When: Monday, March 4, 2024 at 7:30 p.m. ET

Where: Barclays Center -- Brooklyn, New York

TV: Bally Sports SouthEast Memphis

 The Brooklyn Nets will be playing at home against the Memphis Grizzlies at 7:30 p.m. ET on Monday at Barclays Center. Coming in fresh off a victory as the underdog, the Nets will stroll into this one as the favorite.

Winning is just a little bit easier when your three-point shooting is a whole 14.5% better than the opposition, a fact the Nets proved on Saturday. They came out on top against Atlanta by a score of 114-102. The win came about thanks to a strong surge starting at the 1:47 mark of the first quarter, when the Nets were facing a 28-15 deficit.

The Nets can attribute much of their success to Mikal Bridges, who scored 38 points along with five rebounds and two steals.

Meanwhile, the Grizzlies' recent rough patch got a bit rougher on Saturday after their fifth straight loss. They took a 107-100 hit to the loss column at the hands of Portland. The Grizzlies didn't live up to their potential and found themselves falling short of the advantage oddsmakers thought they had coming into the game.

Brooklyn has been performing well recently as they've won three of their last four games, which provided a nice bump to their 24-36 record this season. As for Memphis, they have been struggling recently as they've lost 14 of their last 16 matches, which put a noticeable dent in their 20-41 record this season.

Keep an eye on the arc in Monday's matchup: The Nets have made nailing deep shots look easy this year this season, having averaged 13.7 threes per game. However, it's not like the Grizzlies struggle in that department as they've been averaging 13.4 threes per game. Given these competing strengths, it'll be interesting to see how their clash plays out.

Everything went the Nets' way against the Grizzlies in their previous matchup on Monday as the Nets made off with a 111-86 win. With the Nets ahead 66-40 at the half, the game was all but over already.

Heading into Monday’s game the Brooklyn Nets (24-36) have won three of their last four games. The first win in this stretch came against the Memphis Grizzlies (20-41), who they close out the season series with today. More importantly for Brooklyn, two of those wins came over the Atlanta Hawks who are now just two games ahead in the Eastern Conference Play-In Tournament standings. This is another opportunity for Brooklyn to close the gap even more to have a shot at the playoffs. For Memphis, it has lost five games in a row and eight of the last 10 games as the injuries continue to add up this season.

This season Memphis has featured a starting lineup with 20 different players due to those injuries. They have zero starters from opening day available on the roster today with only Santi Aldama, Luke Kennard and John Konchar from last year's rotation active.

In the first game between these teams Brooklyn won 111-86 after building up a 26-point lead at the halftime. Denis Schroder led seven players in double figures with 18 points and five assists in the win. Six others finished in double figures with Cam Thomas (14 points), Dorian Finney-Smith (13 points), Mikal Bridges (11 points), Nic Claxton (10 points), Lonnie Walker IV (13 points off the bench) and Cameron Thomas (12 points off the bench).

Jaren Jackson Jr. (15 points) led Memphis in the loss, but is listed as doubtful for today with a quad injury. Rookie GG Jackson II has really shined despite the team's struggles, averaging 14.0 points and 4.1 rebounds per game on 39 percent shooting from three over his last 22 games.

Brooklyn came in to FedExForum and blew out the Grizzlies a week ago, and now Memphis will have a chance for revenge at Barclays Center in Brooklyn. The Grizzlies have since lost three more games, including back-to-back losses at home to the Portland Trail Blazers.

The Nets (24-36) have won two of three since. They're just two games back of the final Play-In Tournament spot in the Eastern Conference. Ben Simmons and Cam Thomas are among the Brooklyn players who have been ruled out for Monday's game.

The Grizzlies (20-41) have plenty of names on their own injury report, as has been the case most of the season. Ziaire Williams is out with a hip flexor strain he suffered in overtime of Saturday's loss. Jaren Jackson Jr. is listed as doubtful with right quad tendinitis and has already missed the last two games.

Two teams that have seen better days will get a chance to earn a much-needed win on Monday night. The Memphis Grizzlies (20-41; 29-32-0 ATS) are in an outer borough, where the Brooklyn Nets (24-36; 27-30-3 ATS) await. These clubs met last Monday, a 111-86 Nets victory. This time, the venue will be Barclays Center at 7:40 p.m. EDT. Will we see a repeat outcome, or are the Grizzlies going to rule in the concrete jungle?

The Grizzlies, 13th in the Western Conference, come into this contest with a five-game losing streak. Their highest-scoring performance of the stretch ended with 101 total points, even with an overtime period sprinkled in. That's how it tends to work for this team which is last in offensive rating. It doesn't help that eight players, including Ja Morant, have been out for a while. Memphis is 29th in true shooting percentage, with the second-worst efficiency at the rim and beyond the arc. They're 22nd in offensive rebounding percentage, 27th in turnover percentage, and 24th in free throw attempts per game. Let's see if the league's lowest-scoring offense can reach 100 to begin their week.

Yet, through all of the injuries, the Grizzlies are 10th in defensive rating this season. They only allowed more than 110 points once during this five-game skid. Reigning DPOY Jaren Jackson Jr. may be hurt, but this team is still the fifth-best at defending the rim. It helps to mask shaky perimeter defense. Memphis forced the second-most turnovers per contest. This team is 21st in defensive rebounding percentage and ranks 12th in free throw attempts allowed. What will they bring with them on this road trip?

The Memphis Grizzlies are traveling to Brooklyn after their loss on Saturday against the Portland Trail Blazers wit ha final score of 100-107. This would be the fifth consecutive loss for the Grizzlies. Memphis has yet to get a win since returning from the all star break with them now having a record of 0-5.

The Memphis Grizzlies are struggling on offense as they continue to average the worst points per game in the league only averaging 106.1 points per game. This is mainly due to their large amount of injuries plaguing the team and as a result is leaving it difficult for the Grizzlies to generate any kind of offense. Memphis is last in field goal shooting percentage and second to last in three pointer shooting percentage. On defense however, the Grizzlies have been shining allowing an average of 112.8 points against per game.

The Memphis Grizzlies are without Ja Morant, Desmond Bane, Marcus Smart, and Jaren Jackson Jr. These are the top four point leaders on the Grizzlies with the next top after them being Lamar Stevens who only averages 11.5 points per game.


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