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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Marc Gasol
After a rough start to the season, Mike Conley was thinking of winning some games, not making the playoffs.
The Memphis Grizzlies took care of their business and grabbed a hold of the Western Conference's last playoff spot.
The intensity of the Memphis Grizzlies returned and so did the character of a team that has struggled the past two weeks.
Marc Gasol saw the doubt in the eyes of the Utah players and, with help from Zach Randolph and Mike Conley, he knew just when to pounce.
The Memphis Grizzlies jumped out to an early lead and didn't let the Minnesota Timberwolves gain any confidence the rest of the way.
The Memphis Grizzlies ratcheted up their defense to avoid a back-to-back sweep by the two best teams in the Eastern Conference.
The Memphis Grizzlies turned up their offense in the second half, and the Charlotte Bobcats were too tired to keep pace.
From the tough defense to the rugged rebounding and passing big men, the Memphis Grizzlies and Chicago Bulls are practically mirror images.
After sleep-walking through the first half, the Grizzlies managed to wake up in time to claim their fifth straight victory at home.
The Los Angeles Lakers almost had enough 3-point shooting down the stretch to overtake the Grizzlies.
Nick Calathes and Marc Gasol scored 18 points each, and the Memphis Grizzlies survived Bradley Beal's big night to defeat the Wizards 92-89 on Tuesday night.
Washington's Bradley Beal seemed to make every shot he took in setting a career high with 37 points. But then, with the game on the line, he struggled down the stretch.
The Memphis Grizzlies have a magic number when it comes to making the playoffs - and they hit it on Wednesday night.
Memphis coach David Joerger says center Marc Gasol will have his left knee evaluated after he re-aggravated an injury in the Grizzlies' victory over the Magic on Wednesday night.
For one night, Nick Calathes provided a big reason to believe the Memphis Grizzlies might be able to withstand the loss of Mike Conley on a short-term basis.
"It's going to be a good test to go to Phoenix and play a team that is fighting for the same goal and can get hot really quick," Gasol said.
"I don't know how many stops in a row we had at the end of the third, but we came out and guarded," Gasol said. "We were pressuring the ball, we got on our defensive lines, and we rebounded. That most times takes care of a lot of things."