Memphis, Tenn. — Grizz Gaming, the NBA 2K League affiliate of the Memphis Grizzlies, dropped their best-of-five series Thursday against DUX Infinitos 0-3.
|Game 1||Grizz Gaming||DUX Infinitos||L (22-9)|
|Game 2||DUX Infinitos||Grizz Gaming||L (23-16)|
|Game 3||Grizz Gaming||DUX Infinitos||L (22-12)|
Grizz Gaming were swept by DUX Infinitos in its lone matchup of the night. DUX got off to a fast start in Game 1 as they shot 9-of-11 from the field, making all four of their attempts from beyond the arc. The hot shooting from beyond the arc continued into Game 2 for DUX as they made five triples to pull away with the win. Turnovers plagued Grizz Gaming in Game 3, turning the ball over five times creating extra opportunities for DUX to complete the series sweep.
Grizz Gaming wraps up group play of the Slam Open tomorrow Friday, March 17, at 5:45 p.m. CT against Hornets Venom GT.
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