Yes, Morant, the Memphis Grizzlies lost to the Phoenix Suns

The Memphis Grizzlies aren’t sneaking up on anyone this season. They are getting the best balls of many teams.

The Phoenix Suns, like the Golden State Warriors two days earlier, had two starters. The Grizzlies were no match for the Suns and fell 125-108 at FedExForum.

Ja Morant led the Grizzlies (20-13) with 34 points and six assists, but it was a tough offensive night for his fellow All-Stars. Jaren Jackson Jr. made 2 of 12 shots, and Desmond Bane scored 14 points on 4-for-12 shooting. Dillon Brooks made 3 of 9 shots and finished with seven points.

Duane led the Washington Suns (20-15) with 26 points. All Phoenix starters scored in double figures.

The loss snapped the Grizzlies’ seven-game home winning streak.

Here are some excerpts from the game.

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Grizzlies change rotation

The Grizzlies had a healthy roster outside of the absence of Danny Green, who is recovering from ACL surgery. Grizzlies coach Taylor Jenkins made a rotation change by subbing in Zaire Williams midway through the first quarter when John Konchar normally entered. Konchar entered the game early in the second quarter when Williams entered regularly from the first season.

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