Grizzlies hand Warriors 11th consecutive road loss

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The Mercury News

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A rare Warriors’ road win appeared to be within reach Saturday night. Despite playing catch up all night in Memphis, the Warriors had the game’s momentum swing in their favor at periods in the second half. A reverse layup by Stephen Curry made it a two-point game early in the fourth. But the Warriors’ shooting would go cold and the Grizzlies had their way. Memphis went on a 15-3 run to take a 123-109 lead with 5:39 remaining in the fourth. And it didn’t get much better form there. Coach Steve Kerr talked about putting together strong defensive showings for longer stretches. Bu…

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