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MEMPHIS (1 - 1) at UTAH (1 - 1)
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MEMPHIS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games1-101-11-1107.058.041.8%47.0114.058.553.0%59.5
Road Games0-1-10-10-
Last 5 Games1-101-11-1107.058.041.8%47.0114.058.553.0%59.5
MEMPHIS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)107.058.034-8241.8%11-2741.8%26-3574.6%477242310113
vs opponents surrendering113.561.341-9045.2%13-3339.4%19-2671.1%541024239165
Team Stats (Road Games)83.039.025-8429.8%10-2934.5%23-2882.1%39716181173
Stats Against (All Games)114.058.544-8353.0%12-2842.9%14-2457.1%591228275196
vs opponents averaging116.858.344-8949.9%13-3043.1%15-2267.4%551024258175
Stats Against (Road Games)111.056.047-8356.6%10-2638.5%7-1353.8%671329242207

UTAH - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games1-101-12-0123.074.548.2%52.0120.562.053.8%45.0
Home Games0-1-11-01-0123.081.044.9%48.0124.069.056.3%46.0
Last 5 Games1-101-12-0123.074.548.2%52.0120.562.053.8%45.0
UTAH Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)123.074.540-8448.2%16-3643.8%26-3377.6%52722199164
vs opponents surrendering119.261.842-9146.1%12-3534.4%23-3567.0%5912242210155
Team Stats (Home Games)123.081.040-8944.9%19-4641.3%24-2982.8%4810241911164
Stats Against (All Games)120.562.049-9153.8%8-1944.7%14-1877.8%45622259124
vs opponents averaging117.860.246-9050.8%8-2336.4%17-2278.8%51924278165
Stats Against (Home Games)124.069.049-8756.3%10-1952.6%16-1888.9%468272310166
Average power rating of opponents played: MEMPHIS 95,  UTAH 100
MEMPHIS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/17/2018@ INDIANA83-111L7.5L204.5U25-8429.8%39747-8356.6%6720
10/22/2018@ UTAH              
10/24/2018@ SACRAMENTO              
11/2/2018@ UTAH              
11/4/2018@ PHOENIX              
11/5/2018@ GOLDEN STATE              

UTAH - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/17/2018@ SACRAMENTO123-117W-8.5L205.5O41-7951.9%561749-9551.6%449
10/19/2018GOLDEN STATE123-124L2.5W218.5O40-8944.9%481649-8756.3%4616
10/24/2018@ HOUSTON              
10/27/2018@ NEW ORLEANS              
10/28/2018@ DALLAS              
10/31/2018@ MINNESOTA              
11/3/2018@ DENVER              
MEMPHIS: LAST SEASON: 22-60, missed playoffs.
COACH: J.B. Bickerstaff (first season).
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: C Marc Gasol (17.2 ppg), G Mike Conley (17.1 ppg), F Kyle Anderson (7.9 ppg, Spurs), F JaMychal Green (10.3 ppg), G/F Dillon Brooks (11 ppg).
KEY LOSSES: G Tyreke Evans, G Mario Chalmers, G Ben McLemore, F Jarell Martin, F Deyonta Davis
KEY ADDITIONS: F/C Jaren Jackson Jr., Anderson, G/F Garrett Temple, F Omri Casspi, G Shelvin Mack
PLAYERS TO WATCH: Conley is healthy after surgery to fix his left heel, an injury that limited him to 12 games last season. Jackson just needs to follow up his summer league play that had people ready to re-rank the June draft order and move him up to No. 1 overall. Anderson must show he can do more after starting 67 games with the Spurs. And whether Chandler Parsons really, finally, is healthy is a big question.
OUTLOOK: A healthy Conley and Gasol gives the Grizzlies their key leaders and the chance to compete in the West. The Grizzlies started 5-1 a year ago with big wins over Golden State and Houston before injuries attacked the roster. Now they've retooled, bringing in more experience to help Conley and Gasol. Memphis will need those veterans to do a bit more. A healthy Parsons helps. The goal is reaching the playoffs for the eighth time in nine seasons after snapping their franchise-best streak of seven straight berths last spring.
UTAH: LAST SEASON: 48-34, lost in Western Conference semifinals
COACH: Quin Snyder (fifth season)
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: G Ricky Rubio (13.1 ppg), G Donovan Mitchell (20.5 ppg), F Joe Ingles (11.5 ppg), F Derrick Favors (12.3 ppg), C Rudy Gobert (13.5 ppg).
KEY LOSSES: F Jonas Jerebko
KEY ADDITIONS: G Grayson Allen PLAYER TO WATCH: Mitchell. His emergence keyed Utah's dominant run to close out the regular season a year ago. Can Mitchell continue to elevate his game in his sophomore NBA season? His rookie season exceeded all expectations as he carved an identity as an electrifying scorer. The Jazz benefited from his scoring punch late in games. Mitchell finished the season averaging 20.5 points while shooting 43.7 percent from the field.
OUTLOOK: Utah appeared headed for the lottery until putting together a dramatic turnaround over the final 35 games last season. With all of last season's key players back in place, the Jazz are counting on continuity and chemistry to help them become a serious postseason threat among Western Conference teams in 2018-19.
High-scoring Jazz to host Grizzlies

SALT LAKE CITY - Lacking a scoring punch has not emerged as a problem for the Utah Jazz early in the season like it has in past seasons.

The Jazz had no trouble scoring baskets in bunches in their first two games. Getting stops has been a more pressing concern for Utah going into Monday's game against the Memphis Grizzlies.

Utah (1-1) allowed both Sacramento and Golden State to shoot better than 50 percent from the floor and allowed 123.5 points per game over those two contests. It ultimately cost the Jazz in a 124-123 loss to the Warriors on Friday. Golden State's MVP duo of Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant combined for 69 points on 55 percent shooting against Utah.

Their effort offset a franchise record 47 second-quarter points and 81 first-half points for Utah. Still, the Jazz feel like progress is being made in that area.

"We picked it up a lot more this game," guard Donovan Mitchell said. "There's a lot of things we can build on. We rose the bar from game one, but we got 80 more."

If the defense can reach the same level the offense currently occupies, Utah could quickly become an impossible-to-beat team.

One reason for the surge in offensive production is the precision shooting from Joe Ingles. Through Utah's first two games, Ingles is shooting 70.4 percent from the field and 64.7 percent from 3-point range. He leads the Jazz with 24.5 points per game.

Utah has leaned a bit heavily on the outside shot through its first two games, which could be a concern if they don't fall. The Jazz are averaging 36.5 attempts from the perimeter per game so far.

It isn't a concerning trend for the Utah coaches at this point.

"We want to attack the rim," Jazz coach Quin Snyder said. "If we can attack the rim to generate open looks from three, we want to take them. They're worth three points. But we're not going to live on the line alone."

Memphis (1-1) took a dramatic leap forward on offense in its season opener. The Grizzlies swarmed Atlanta 131-117 on Friday behind 30 points from Garrett Temple and 24 points from rookie forward Jaren Jackson. Mike Conley also had 16 points and dished out 11 assists.

The Grizzlies scored a franchise record 77 first-half points and shot 54.3 percent from the floor - including 13-of-26 from long distance. It stood out in sharp contrast to the 29.8 percent shooting effort Memphis had in their loss to the Pacers.

"We just have to find that consistency that we're looking for," Grizzlies coach J.B. Bickerstaff said. "Whenever you bring a new group together, you have those ups and downs. We're getting better. The guys believe in what they're doing and they're connected with one another."

Jackson could move into the starting lineup on Monday. Starting power forward JaMychal Green suffered a fractured jaw when he got elbowed in the face during the win over the Hawks. He played just 14 minutes before suffering the injury.

Green is expected to be sidelined for four to six weeks following surgery to repair the jaw. It marked the second straight season he has suffered a serious injury in the team's home opener. He returned to the lineup later in the season and averaged 10.3 points and 8.4 rebounds over 55 games.

Memphis selected Jackson with no. 4 pick overall in the 2018 NBA Draft.

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