Warriors vs. Grizzlies live updates, score, highlights from Thursday night ‘HooperVision’ broadcast


Stephen Curry and the Warriors will host Ja Morant and the Grizzlies in San Francisco on Thursday night.

The Warriors own the second-best record in the NBA, while the Grizzlies have been one of the hottest teams in the league, winning seven of their last 10 games. Memphis just returned its star guard Morant to the lineup this past week following a 10-game absence due to a knee injury, but his return didn’t go as planned.

Just weeks after the Grizzlies defeated the Thunder by an NBA-record margin of 76 points, Oklahoma City spoiled Morant’s return with a win over Memphis. After the game, Morant revealed he was “hurt” by things he heard the Grizzlies fans say to him during the game, telling him to go back to the bench after the team’s hot streak was put to a halt by the Thunder.

Morant will look to prove those people wrong against Curry and the Warriors tonight.

For live updates, highlights and more, we have you covered below.

Warriors vs. Grizzlies live updates, score, highlights

  1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q Final
MEM 31        
GSW 27        

Second Quarter 

10:46 pm – Grizzlies leading the rebounding battle so far – 21-15

10:40 pm – Reminder: The Warriors are still great on both ends of the floor. 


First Quarter

10:33 pm – Warriors close the quarter on an 8-2 run. Grizz lead 31-27. 

10:28 pm – Timeout with Memphis on an 11-3 run. They lead 29-19. 

10:27 pm – 


10:26 pm


10:20 pm – Dillon Brooks is off to a fast start. Seven early points heading into the first timeout of the game. Grizzlies lead 16-10. 

10:13 pm – Steph Curry hits an early three. He now has 155 consecutive games with a made three-pointer. 


How to watch Warriors vs. Grizzlies

Date: Thursday, Dec. 23

Time: 10:00 p.m. ET | 7:00 p.m. PT

TV: NBC Sports Bay Area (California); Bally Sports Southeast (Memphis)

Stream: NBA League Pass; Sling TV

Note: The NBA League Pass broadcast will include the NBA’s “HooperVision” – a live broadcast between two former NBA players as Jamal Crawford and Quentin Richardson break down the game in real-time.