The Memphis Grizzlies and Utah Jazz clash in Game 5 on Wednesday (Thursday AEST) and the match is available to watch online via desktop and mobile.
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Grizzlies vs Jazz Match Details
🗓 Date: Wednesday June 2 (Thursday June 3 AEST)
⏰ Time: 11:30am AEST
🏟 Stadium: Vivint Arena
Head to Head
- 01/06/21: Grizzlies 113-120 Jazz
- 30/05/21: Grizzlies 111-121 Jazz
- 27/05/21: Jazz 141-129 Grizzlies
- 24/05/21: Jazz 109-112 Grizzlies
- 01/04/21: Grizzlies 107-111 Jazz
Grizzlies vs Jazz Tips and Predictions
The Utah Jazz lead the Memphis Grizzlies 3-1 and return home looking to put the series to bed in front of the Vivint Arena crowd.
It was a successful road trip for the Jazz who won both games in Memphis with 121-111 and 120-113 victories. Donovan Mitchell led the way with 30 points and eight assists while Jordan Clarkson had 24 points off the bench.
In addition to Mitchell, the Jazz have Rudy Gobert around the rim and the two-time Defensive Player of the Year looks certain to be named a three-time winner of the award this season.
The Jazz have too many threats on the court at once with Mitchell, Gobert, Conley and co. which makes it a tough task coming to Salt Lake City in order to extend the series. The Jazz could make this a blowout game to conclude the first round match up.