Memphis Grizzlies finish Minnesota Timberwolves in 6 for first series win since '15

The Grizzlies advanced to the conference semifinals for the first time since 2015 and will host the Golden State Warriors in Game 1 on Sunday in Memphis

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Coming in we knew, with this team, we wouldn't win this series in one game. We knew that every game would be a dogfight, that we had to come in locked in and bring our energy from the start. 

"I feel like we're always confident no matter what the score is," Morant said. "We treat it pretty much as zero-zero."

The Grizzlies made a habit in the series of falling behind in the opening three quarters, only to use some timely shot-making and defensive stops, as well as overwhelming the Timberwolves 

"I wish we had better starts," Grizzlies forward Dillon Brooks said. "We don't want to put ourselves in that predicament, but we always find a way to fight. Like coach

Memphis guard Desmond Bane, the most lethal sharpshooter in the series, hit a 3-pointer with three minutes remaining to give Memphis its first lead of the second half. 

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