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TEAMS: Bucks (2-0) vs. Memphis Grizzlies (2-1).

WHEN: 7 p.m. Wednesday.

WHERE: BMO Harris Bradley Center.

BROADCASTS: TV - FS Wisconsin. Radio - AM-620.

About the Grizzlies: New Memphis owner Robert Pera was at the FedExForum for the Grizzlies' home opener Monday and watched his team rally for a 103-94 victory over Utah. Center Marc Gasol is off to a solid start, averaging 21.0 points. The 7-poot-1 Spaniard made his first All-Star Game last season and helped Spain claim a silver medal in the 2012 London Olympics. Forward Zach Randolph leads the league in rebounding at 16.0 per game. Tony Allen is rated as one of the league's top perimeter defenders and Mike Conley is a ball-hawking point guard (he ranked second in the league in total steals last season.) Conley shot 70.6% from three-point range during the preseason.
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PROBABLE GRIZZLIES STARTERS

G Tony Allen, 6-4, Oklahoma State

G Mike Conley, 6-1, Ohio State

F Rudy Gay, 6-8, Connecticut

F Z. Randolph, 6-9, Michigan State

C Marc Gasol, 7-1, Spain

Coach: Lionel Hollins (seventh season, 160-177).

Injury report: Darrell Arthur (fractured left fibula) is out.

PROBABLE BUCKS STARTERS

G Monta Ellis, 6-3, Lanier (Miss.)

G B. Jennings, 6-1, Oak Hill (Va.)

F Ersan Ilyasova, 6-10, Turkey

F Tobias Harris, 6-8, Tennessee

C S. Dalembert, 6-11, Seton Hall

Coach: Scott Skiles (fifth season, 148-166; 13th overall, 429-417).

Injury report: Luc Richard Mbah a Moute (right knee surgery) and Beno Udrih (right thigh contusion) are out. John Henson (sprained left knee) is probable.
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Sounds like the Grizzlies could do what they wanted in this game.
Memphis' big-man duo of Marc Gasol and Zach Randolph played as advertised Wednesday night at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.

The powerful tandem used muscle and finesse as the Grizzlies handed the Bucks their first loss of the season, a 108-90 thrashing.

The Bucks (2-1) cut a 22-point, third-quarter deficit to seven, but Memphis responded and coasted to victory. Bucks coach Scott Skiles inserted his reserves with 6:12 remaining and the Grizzlies leading, 95-75.

"It was tough trying to stop their bigs," Bucks guard Brandon Jennings said. "They're so big and Gasol is so smart once he gets to the top of the key.

"He's able to shoot the jumper and if he doesn't have anything, he's just moving it. They're just two smart bigs and Randolph down there, he's just a beast."
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