SportSouth, FOX Sports Tennessee to continue Grizzlies coverage in playoffs

Mike Conley (right) and the Grizzlies are again facing the Thunder for the third time in the past four postseasons.

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SportSouth and FOX Sports Tennessee will continue coverage of the Memphis Grizzlies through the first round of the 2014 NBA playoffs, as the seventh-seeded Grizzlies face the second-seeded Oklahoma City Thunder in the Western Conference quarterfinals. Coverage begins with the Grizzlies on the road for Game 1 on Sat., April 19 with Grizzlies LIVE starting at 8:00 p.m. CT on SportSouth. Games 3, 4 and 7 will also be televised on SportSouth, with Games 2, 5 and 6 on FOX Sports Tennessee.

FOX Sports play-by-play announcer Pete Pranica and analysts Brevin Knight and Sean Tuohy will call the action with reporter Rob Fischer providing courtside reports. Grizzlies LIVE, co-hosted by Pranica, Knight and Tuohy, will bring fans the latest team news before every game, with exclusive locker room interviews and comprehensive playoffs coverage of the Grizzlies throughout the series.

Memphis Grizzlies Western Conference Quarterfinals Schedule on FOX Sports Tennessee and SportSouth
Game Day Date   Opponent Time (CT) Network
Game 1 Sat 4/19 @ Oklahoma City Thunder 8 p.m. SPSO
Game 2 Mon 4/21 @ Oklahoma City Thunder 6:30 p.m. FSTN
Game 3 Thur 4/24 vs Oklahoma City Thunder 6:30 p.m. SPSO
Game 4 Sat 4/26 vs Oklahoma City Thunder 8:30 p.m. SPSO
Game 5 Tue 4/29 @ Oklahoma City Thunder TBD FSTN
Game 6 Thu 5/1 vs Oklahoma City Thunder TBD FSTN
Game 7 Sat 5/3 @ Oklahoma City Thunder TBD SPSO

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