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By the numbers: A quick look at the Grizzlies

The San Antonio Spurs and Memphis Grizzlies will get the 2013 Western Conference Finals underway this weekend in San Antonio. Heading into the series, both the Spurs and Grizzlies look poised, sharp, and focused with both team dispatching the Warriors and Thunder respectively in the semifinals.

Let's take a quick look at some of the Grizzlies' stats during their run to the West Finals.

Overall

Through 11 postseason games, Memphis is shooting 43% from the field, 31% from the three-point line, 76% from the free-throw line, 40 rebounds per game, 19.5 assists, 10 turnovers, 7 steals and 4 blocks

3 up, 3 down on the road in the postseason

Memphis is 3-3 on the road in the postseason shooting 42% from the field, 29% from the three-point line, 74% from the free-throw line, grabbing 38 rebounds per game, 10 turnovers, 7.5 steals, 3.3 blocks, and averaging 93.8 points on the road

Splitting it at home

Both the Grizzlies and Spurs split their regular season series (2-2)

Grizzlies winless at the AT&T Center this season

In two losses at San Antonio this season, Memphis averaged 38% shooting, 20% shooting from the three-point line, 42 rebounds, 18 assists, 17.5 turnovers, 7 steals, 3.5 blocks, and 88.5 points

Double-trouble

Marc Gasol is averaged 51% shooting, 90% shooting from the free-throw line, 6 rebounds, 2.5 assists, 1.3 blocks, and 14.5 points in four games versus San Antonio this regular season

Zach Randolph is averaging 36% shooting, 93% from the free-throw line, 10 rebounds, 1.5 assist, and 14.3 points

A Grizzlies visual shot chart to feast on

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