Photo: Jake Ruth
Get your growl towels ready! The Memphis Grizzlies are playing the San Antonio Spurs in Round 1 of the playoffs starting this Saturday.
This year the Grizzlies finished the regular season with 43-39 record for David Fizdale’s first year as head coach with the Grizzlies giving them their 7th straight playoff appearance, which is also a franchise record.
Here’s the upcoming playoff game schedule for Round 1 in CST:
Game 1: April 15, Memphis at San Antonio 7pm, ESPN & FSSE
Game 2: April 17, Memphis at San Antonio 8:30 p.m., TNT & FSSE
Game 3: April 20, San Antonio at Memphis, 8:30 p.m., TNT & FSSE (home game 1)
Game 4: April 22 San Antonio at Memphis, 7 p.m., ESPN & FSSE (home game 2)
*Game 5: April 25 Memphis at San Antonio, TBD, television TBD
*Game 6: April 27 San Antonio at Memphis, TBD, television TBD
*Game 7: April 29 Memphis at San Antonio, TBD, TNT
All Grizzlies postseason games will be carried live on 92.9 FM ESPN Radio and will feature play-by-play announcer Eric Hasseltine and analysts Hank McDowell and Elliot Perry. Coverage begins with the pregame show 30 minutes prior to tip-off hosted by Gary Darby and analyst Jon Roser.
Grizzlies sponsored watch parties for Games 1 & 2 will be held at Tin Roof (Game 1) from 6:30pm-8:30pm and The Trophy Room (Game 2) in Collierville from 8pm-11pm. Check out other places for watch parties here.
In preparation for the 2017 NBA Playoffs the Grizzlies Den by Adidas at FedExForum will be closed starting on April 13 and reopen Wednesday, April 19 at 10 a.m. with the latest in Grizzlies NBA Playoffs gear by adidas, plus additional sales and promotions for the playoffs.
Never been to a Grizzlies game? Check out one fan’s first Playoff experience here.
Need Grizz swag for the game? Go here.
Can’t make it to the game? That’s okay, here’s some places to watch:
- Dan McGuiness
- Jim’s Place
- Local Gastropub
- Central BBQ
- Green Beetle
- Aldo’s Pizza
- Young Avenue Deli
- Alex’s Tavern
- Max’s Sports Bar
- The Bluff
- Rec Room