One Spartan NBA team has won round one already! Check to see which one it is in our Spartans in the NBA playoff report!

One Spartan NBA team has won round one already! Check to see which one it is in our Spartans in the NBA playoff report!

Alan Anderson #9, SG, Los Angeles Clippers:

Round 1: Utah Jazz VS. Los Angeles Clippers

Playoff game #1: On April 15, the Los Angeles Clippers lost against the Utah Jazz with the final score being 97-95. Alan Anderson did not play due to the coach’s decision.

Playoff game #2: On April 18, the Los Angeles Clippers won against the Utah Jazz with the final score being 99-91. Alan Anderson did not play due to the coach’s decision.

Playoff game #3: On April 21, the Los Angeles Clippers won against the Utah Jazz with the final score being 111-106. Alan Anderson did not play due to the coach’s decision.

Playoff game #4: On April 18, the Los Angeles Clippers lost against the Utah Jazz with the final score being 105-98. Alan Anderson did not play due to the coach’s decision.

Playoff game #5: On April 25, the Los Angeles Clippers lost against the Utah Jazz with the final score being 96-92. Alan Anderson did not play due to the coach’s decision.

 

(Los Angeles Clippers: 2-3)

 

                                                                                                                                                                                          

Bryn Forbes #11, SG, San Antonio Spurs:

Round 1: Memphis Grizzlies VS. San Antonio Spurs

Playoff game #1: On April 15, the San Antonio Spurs won against the Memphis Grizzlies with the final score being 111-82. Bryn Forbes played for 8 mins and scored 5 points in the game. He had 2-3 field goals, 1-2 in 3-pointers, 1 defensive rebound and 3 personal fouls.

Playoff game #2: On April 17, the San Antonio Spurs won against the Memphis Grizzlies with the final score being 96-82. Bryn Forbes did not play due to the coach’s decision.

Playoff game #3: On April 20, the San Antonio Spurs lost against the Memphis Grizzlies with the final score being 105-94. Bryn Forbes had no available stats.

Playoff game #4: On April 22, the San Antonio Spurs lost against the Memphis Grizzlies with the final score being 110-108 in overtime. Bryn Forbes had no available stats.

Playoff game #5: On April 25, the San Antonio Spurs won against the Memphis Grizzlies with the final score being 116-103. Bryn Forbes had no available stats.

 

(San Antonio Spurs: 3-2)

 

 

Denzel Valentine #45, SG, Chicago Bulls:

Round 1: Boston Celtics VS. Chicago Bulls

Playoff game #1: On April 16, the Chicago Bulls won against the Boston Celtics with the final score being 106-102. Denzel Valentine did not play due to the coach’s decision.

Playoff game #2: On April 18, the Chicago Bulls won against the Boston Celtics with the final score being 111-97. Denzel Valentine had no available stats.

Playoff game #3: On April 21, the Chicago Bulls lost against the Boston Celtics with the final score being 104-87. Denzel Valentine played for 4 mins and scored 3 points in the game. He had 1-1 in 3-pointers, 4 defensive rebounds, 1 assists and 1 turnover.

Playoff game #4: On April 23, the Chicago Bulls lost against the Boston Celtics with the final score being 104-95. Denzel Valentine did not play due to the coach’s decision.

 

(Chicago Bulls: 2-2)

 

 

Deyonta Davis #23, PF, Memphis Grizzlies:

Round 1: San Antonio Spurs VS. Memphis Grizzlies

Playoff game #1: On April 15, the Memphis Grizzlies lost against the San Antonio Spurs with the final score being 111-82. Deyonta Davis played for 7 mins and scored 7 points in the game. He had 3-3 field goals, 1-2 free throws, 1 offensive rebound, 3 defensive rebounds and 1 personal foul.

Playoff game #2: On April 17, the Memphis Grizzlies lost against the San Antonio Spurs with the final score being 96-82. Deyonta Davis did not play due to the coach’s decision.

Playoff game #3: On April 20, the Memphis Grizzlies won against the San Antonio Spurs with the final score being 105-94. Deyonta Davis played for 1 min in the game. He had 0-2 field goals and 1 offensive rebound.

Playoff game #4: On April 22, the Memphis Grizzlies won against the San Antonio Spurs with the final score being 110-108 in overtime. Deyonta Davis did not play due to the coach’s decision.

Playoff game #5: On April 25, the Memphis Grizzlies lost against the San Antonio Spurs with the final score being 116-103. Deyonta Davis played for 2 mins in the game. He had 1 defensive rebound and 1 personal foul.

 

(Memphis Grizzlies: 2-3)

 

 

Draymond Green #23, PF, Golden State Warriors:

Round 1: Portland Trail Blazers VS. Golden State Warriors

Playoff game #1: On April 16, the Golden State Warriors won against the Portland Trail Blazers with the final score being 121-109. Draymond Green played for 36 mins and scored 19 points in the game. He had 6-10 field goals, 3-4 in 3-pointers, 4-7 in free throws, 1 offensive rebound, 11 defensive rebounds, 9 assists, 1 turnover, 3 steals, 5 blocks and 4 personal fouls.

Playoff game #2: On April 19, the Golden State Warriors won against the Portland Trail Blazers with the final score being 110-81. Draymond Green played for 30 mins and scored 6 points in the game. He had 1-5 field goals, 1-3 in 3-pointers, 3-4 in free throws, 1 offensive rebound, 11 defensive rebounds, 10 assists, 4 turnovers, 3 blocks and 3 personal fouls.

Playoff game #3: On April 22, the Golden State Warriors won against the Portland Trail Blazers with the final score being 119-113. Draymond Green played for 40 mins and scored 9 points in the game. He had 2-6 field goals, 2-5 in 3-pointers, 4-4 in free throws, 1 offensive rebound, 7 defensive rebounds, 7 assists, 2 turnovers, 2 steals, 6 blocks and 4 personal fouls.

Playoff game #4: On April 24, the Golden State Warriors won against the Portland Trail Blazers with the final score being 128-103. Draymond Green played for 33 mins and scored 21 points in the game. He had 7-11 field goals, 5-8 in 3-pointers, 2-4 in free throws, 6 defensive rebounds, 4 assists, 2 turnovers, 2 steals, 3 blocks and 2 personal fouls.

 

-The Golden State Warriors won round 1 and will be advancing in the playoffs (Golden State Warriors: 4-0).

 

 

Zach Randolph #50, PF, Memphis Grizzlies:

Round 1: San Antonio Spurs VS. Memphis Grizzlies

Playoff game #1: On April 15, the Memphis Grizzlies lost against the San Antonio Spurs with the final score being 111-82. Zach Randolph played for 26 mins and scored 6 points in the game. He had 3-13 field goals, 0-1 in 3-pointer, 3 defensive rebounds, 1 assist, 1 turnover and 1 personal foul.

Playoff game #2: On April 17, the Memphis Grizzlies lost against the San Antonio Spurs with the final score being 96-82. Zach Randolph played for 35 mins and scored 18 points in the game. He had 9-18 field goals, 0-1 in 3-pointer, 2 offensive rebounds, 8 defensive rebounds, 1 assist, 2 turnovers, 3 steals and 2 personal fouls.

Playoff game #3: On April 20, the Memphis Grizzlies won against the San Antonio Spurs with the final score being 105-94. Zach Randolph played for 29 mins and scored 21 points in the game. He had 9-16 field goals, 1-2 in 3-pointer, 2-2 free throws, 8 defensive rebounds, 1 block and 2 personal fouls.

Playoff game #4: On April 22, the Memphis Grizzlies won against the San Antonio Spurs with the final score being 110-108 in overtime. Zach Randolph played for 35 mins and scored 12 points in the game. He had 4-12 field goals, 0-1 in 3-pointer, 4-4 free throws, 1 offensive rebound, 10 defensive rebounds, 1 assist, 2 turnovers and 2 personal fouls.

Playoff game #5: On April 25, the Memphis Grizzlies lost against the San Antonio Spurs with the final score being 116-103. Zach Randolph played for 26 mins and scored 9 points in the game. He had 4-10 field goals, 0-1 in 3-pointer, 1-2 free throws, 3 offensive rebounds, 3 defensive rebounds, 1 assist, 2  steals and 2 personal fouls.

 

(Memphis Grizzlies: 2-3)

 

 

Eliminated teams:

Adreian Payne #33, PF, Minnesota Timberwolves:

Gary Harris #14, SG, Denver Nuggets:


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