The Golden State Warriors entered Recreation 5 of the Western Convention semifinals up 3-1, with an opportunity to finish the Memphis Grizzlies’ playoff run.
Forward of the potential sequence nearer, Stephen Curry gave Kendra Andrews some perception on Golden State’s mentality, saying:
“Whoop That Trick” is a music by Memphis-born rapper Al Kapone. It was additionally carried out by Terrence Howard within the film “Hustle & Circulate.” It has since develop into the Grizzlies’ unofficial anthem that’s performed in FedExForum throughout late-game moments.
Sadly for Curry & Co., the sport did not go as deliberate. The Grizzlies put up a 134-95 thrashing to keep away from elimination.
Memphis hit the bottom operating, scoring 77 factors within the first half, the second-most in a playoff recreation all-time by any workforce dealing with elimination, whereas the Warriors put up 50.
The house workforce did not decelerate within the second half, both. They led by as many as 55 factors — the second-largest lead at any level of a playoff recreation during the last 25 years.
The 39-point win by the Grizzlies is the biggest by any workforce this postseason.
Late within the fourth quarter, the house crowd rejoiced because the music blared all through the sector. Regardless of the deficit, Curry and Draymond Inexperienced appeared to benefit from the chant.
WHOOP THAT TRICK… Steph and Draymond having fun with it. pic.twitter.com/rZuatdxO8N
— Ohm Youngmisuk (@NotoriousOHM) May 12, 2022