It’s all over now for Memphis Grizzlies.
The Golden State Warriors lost to Grease on Friday night with a 110-96 Game 6 win.
It was the end of a long, exciting season for Memphis – which put them on the radar for many, many people.
In fact, Memphis has won a lot of fans this season – including the Warriors’ Stephen Curry.
Steve Curry knows that the Memphis Grizzlies aren’t going away anytime soon. pic.twitter.com/XvrlqKVZ54
– NBA (BANBA) May 14, 2022
After the game, Curry speaks incredibly well about Grizzlies.
Speaking of his respect for every single person on the squad, Curry said that Memphis had a higher seed “for a reason” and had an incredible season.
He added that the team has made its Warriors better and has “definitely respect” for the young, up and coming team.
Curry further suggested that the Grizzlies have been heading to the summit of the Western Conference for some time.
Is she right
Grizzlies finished the season as the West’s second pick, much to the surprise of many.
There was an army of fans who expected a lot from Memphis but the fact that they have reached such a high position is still very impressive and beyond expectations.
Now the question is just how long will it last?
Will they be an influential team for a long time, or will it be just as good for them?
All indications are that the grizzlies have been competitive for some time.
Their core team – Ja Morant, Desmond Ben, Jaren Jackson Jr., and others – should be around for the foreseeable future.
These guys work well together and are only getting better as a unit.
There is no reason to believe that the Grizzlies will fall heavily next season.
In fact, there is a strong possibility that he will return to the playoffs this time next year.