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Getting your first playoff win since 2004 has to feel almost as good as putting your butt next to a pool jet. Moments like Saturday are why a franchise puts so much emphasis on getting a franchise-altering first-round pick like Anthony Edwards. This will not be Minnesota’s only playoff win of THIS decade, but make no mistake, Memphis is still winning this series. The only two things I can think of scarier than a healthy Ja Morant going into this year’s playoffs are the taxes I’m yet to finish and the mass shooting I’m yet to face. This year, Memphis tied their franchise record with fifty-six wins, and as amazing as Ja has been, he’s not Amelia Earharting this plane. Memphis is so good that they went 20-5 without Morant this season. Guys like Desmond Bane and Tyus Jones, who have stepped up big time, are a big part of Memphis ranking first in the NBA in fast-break points and points in the paint.
The Grizzlies have the swag of an Atlanta rap video from 2004. They play hard and fast. If there is any team that could present a challenge for the Suns in the West, it would be these guys. The ‘Wolves have one of my favorite rosters in the game, and guys like Anthony Edwards and Pat Beverley have a lot of personality while also backing their talk up on the court. That being said, the Helen Keller School For The Blind could play better defense than Minnesota. Take the Grizzlies.