5 Games Grizzlies Fans Should Be Excited About in 2022-23

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Phoenix Suns @ Memphis Grizzlies: 1/16 on TNT

This game is more than just a game. This has been a long-standing tradition since 2003 when the Grizzlies play on Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Memphis.

Those fans who have been around longer will remember when this was the only televised game the Grizz would get the entire season.

Besides the historical meaning of this game, it will be an exciting game at that. The Phoenix Suns look to be a favorite to win the Western Conference this year with newly extended Deandre Ayton, All-Star guards Chris Paul and Devin Booker, and sixth man of the year finalist Mikal Bridges.

This game is full of youthful talent, and both of these teams match up very well, so look for this to go down to the wire in January.

Memphis Grizzlies @ Milwaukee Bucks: 4/7 on NBATV

This game is one of the last of the 2022-23 regular season, and as we all know, most teams will be jockeying for those final guaranteed playoff spots or a bump into the play-in games.

We hope the Grizzlies are among those in the top areas of the Western Conference, but regardless this game will be fun to watch.

The 2020-2021 NBA Champion, Milwaukee Bucks, will look to utilize their stardom and depth, starting with Giannis Antetokounmpo.

Giannis and Ja Morant will see who can score more in the paint after both of them were in the top 3 of points in the paint per game in the NBA. Both teams are very diverse, having the ability to fill it up with points but also slow it down and create a defensive battle.

It should be a great test and tune-up to prepare both teams for the playoffs.

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