Memphis Grizzlies' Standings
The Memphis Grizzlies’ season record is listed below along with the rest of the league’s. Their offensive and defensive totals are indicated through the “+” and “-” categories on top. Their standings will have a direct impact on the Memphis Grizzlies' odds to win the Championship.
Bet On Memphis Grizzlies' Games
The money line is an American system of betting that manifests the betting odds on each team as a minus or plus number to indicate the favourite and underdog, respectively. This is where you’ll be spending a good deal on Grizzlies’ games. A minus number like -180 indicates a bet of $180 is needed to win $100 and in contrast, a plus number like +165 means $165 will be won when you bet $100.
Grizzly Vancouver: simply put, the Vancouver Grizzlies were an atrocious franchise. Outside of having unique jerseys and personable players, the team was just bad. In their seven years in the city, the team never finished with more than 23 wins and have an overall record of 101-359 good for a 22 percent winning rate, the worst of any NBA city. Their east coast counterparts, the Toronto Raptors, on the other hand, went on to make the NBA playoffs and just came off their first trip to the Conference Finals. You can always bet on the Memphis Grizzlies' odds to make the playoffs.
Best bang for your buck: despite not having a true superstar, the most recent Grizzlies teams have been perennial playoff contenders. Between 2010 to 2016, the franchise has made the playoffs and advanced to the second round in three of them while making their lone Conference Finals trip in 2013. Anchored by a strong frontcourt, dependable backcourt players and savvy management, the Grizzlies may continue to make the best of the little parts they are afforded.
Under Bears: known mostly for their gritty defence and team play, the Grizzlies are a popular team to bet the under on in team totals. This type of bet lets you predict whether the total score between the Grizzlies and their opponents goes over or under the projected number i.e. 200.5. The outcome of the game or the margin of victory is both irrelevant. Since 2011, Grizzlies games have scored under 53.9 percent of the time.