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What channel: After a dominant showing in Game 3, the Warriors have positioned themselves to take command of the Western Conference Semifinals series with the Grizzlies.

Led by 30 points from Stephen Curry, Golden State pulled away for a 142-112 win over Memphis to take a 2-1 series lead. Making matters worse for the Grizzlies is that a knee injury ended Ja Morant’s night early, causing him to hobble off the court and exit the game.

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Now, Morant’s status for Game 4 is in doubt.

Morant’s knee soreness is the latest controversy in the series, as Grizzlies head coach Taylor Jenkins has insinuated that the injury was brought upon by a play made by Warriors guard Jordan Poole.

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While Poole has refuted the claims, it adds more contention to a series that has already seen Draymond Green ejected for a Flagrant 2 on Brandon Clarke, while a Flagrant 2 committed by Dillon Brooks caused injury to Gary Payton II, ultimately resulting in Brooks being suspended for Game 3.

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The Grizzlies will get Brooks back for Game 4 but could be without Morant, which would be a devastating blow. Can Memphis dig deep to even the series at two games apiece, or will Golden State move within one win of the Western Conference Finals?

Here is everything you need to know about Game 4.

What channel are Warriors vs. Grizzlies Game 4 on

In the United States, Warriors vs. Grizzlies Game 4 will air on TNT.

The game can be streamed on Watch TNT or Sling TV.

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Things have gotten very interesting in the Eastern Conference Semifinals between the 76ers and Heat.

The return of Joel Embiid has meant big things for the Sixers, who have evened the series up at two games apiece to set up a pivotal Game 5. In Game 4, Embiid’s presence allowed James Harden to come alive as the former MVP finished with 31 points (on 8-of-18 shooting), nine assists, and seven rebounds — his best game of the 2022 NBA Playoffs by far.

Philadelphia will lean on its star duo as it looks to continue to build momentum with an opportunity to take a lead in the series.

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As the series shifts back to Miami, the Heat must get back to what worked in Games 1 and 2, taking into account the fact that Embiid’s presence will make things slightly more difficult.

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Game 4 saw Jimmy Butler explode for 40 points (on 13-of-20 shooting) for the Heat but foul trouble limited Bam Adebayo and Kyle Lowry was still visibly hobbled by his nagging hamstring.

With things heading back to South Beach, can the Heat get back on track or will the Sixers continue rolling with Embiid in tow?

Here is all you need to know about Game 5.

In the United States, 76ers vs. Heat Game 5 will air on TNT. Viewers can also stream Game 5 of 76ers vs. Heat on Watch TNT or Sling TV.

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