Pelicans at Grizzlies live stream: How to watch online

The Memphis Grizzlies (2-2) will host the Southwest Division rival New Orleans Pelicans (0-4) on Wednesday night. Here is how to watch this game online.

The NBA has 10 games on the slate on Wednesday, November 2nd. One of them features a Southwest Division rivalry between the Memphis Grizzlies (2-2) and the winless New Orleans Pelicans (0-4). Tipoff from the FedEx Forum in Memphis will be at 8:00 PM ET.

The game can be seen on FOX Sports Southeast in Greater Memphis and on FOX Sports New Orleans in Louisiana. Since this game is not nationally televised, the available live stream can be found on NBA League Pass, which requires a subscription.

The Pelicans are one of the few teams left in the NBA without a win. They have lost to the Denver Nuggets, the Golden State Warriors, the San Antonio Spurs, and the Milwaukee Bucks. New Orleans is coming off a loss at home to Milwaukee last night and will be playing the second game of a back-to-back on the road in Memphis.

Memphis begins its season at 2-2. The Grizzlies have split a pair with the Minnesota Timberwolves. Their two other games are a loss on the road at the New York Knicks and an overtime win at home against the Washington Wizards. The Grizzlies are also playing a back-to-back after losing in Minneapolis last night to the Timberwolves.

Date: Wednesday, November 2nd
Time: 8:00 PM ET
Location: Memphis, Tennessee
Venue: FedEx Forum
Live Stream: NBA League Pass

According to, the Grizzlies are laying six points at home to the visiting Pelicans. The associated moneylines are Memphis -250 and New Orleans +210. This game’s over/under comes in at a combined 206.5 points.

The Grizzlies were smoked at the Target Center last night, 116-80. New Orleans lost by four points at home to the Bucks, 117-113. Since both teams are coming off a back-to-back, probably go with the under, especially with neither team being better than average offensively. It wouldn’t be shocking to see the Pelicans cover, or win, as they have Anthony Davis and played a better game on Tuesday night than did Memphis.

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