- Grizzlies coach Lionel Hollins said he saw no reason to change lineups heading into Game 2. “I considered changing coaches,” Hollins joked, “but not lineups.” Hollins said he mainly wants his team to have better discipline and better effort. “When you look at the tape, those are the things that jump out at you,” he said. “We didn’t recover and make second and third efforts and make the other team play. We made one effort and we stopped.”
- Tony Parker was the subject of a death threat at the conclusion of Game 1 and was given an escort home after the game by Bexar County officials. Spurs officials have not commented on whether security will be increased for Parker or other players tonight.
- Both teams continue to report no injuries or no lineup changes.
– Tim Price