Memphis Grizzlies score vs. Denver Nuggets: Live updates

It’s a clash of the Western Conference’s best Saturday as the Memphis Grizzlies host the Denver Nuggets at FedExForum.

The Nuggets (42-18) are in first place in the West, six games ahead of the second-place Grizzlies (35-23). It’s been a month since the Grizzlies had a marquee win over a top-four team in either conference, and they need one after Thursday’s collapse in losing to the Philadelphia 76ers.

Denver won the memphis-grizzlies-vs-nuggets-takeaways/69718011007/” data-ylk=”slk:first meeting;elm:context_link;itc:0″ class=”link “first meeting 105-91 on Jan. 20 behind Nikola Jokic’s triple-double (13 points, 13 rebounds and 13 assists) and Aaron Gordon’s 24 points. Ja Morant had 35 points and 10 assists, but only two other Grizzlies scored in double figures.

The Grizzlies have won three consecutive games at home, but now that they’re in stretch of games against playoff contenders, they need to get right against a Nuggets team on a four-game win streak.

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Kate Middleton shocks father after she helps his son on the train to Commonwealth Games

A journalist shared his son’s heartwarming interaction with the Duchess of Cambridge, who he unexpectedly bumped into whilst travelling on a train to the Commonwealth Games.

The Times writer Matthew Syed detailed his son’s conversation with Kate Middleton in his sports column published on Wednesday. According to Syed, the duchess was travelling first class on the train – without security and armed guards – to the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. Meanwhile, Princess Charlotte travelled to the games in style as she flew by helicopter with her dad, Prince William.

Syed and his eight-year-old son Ted were on their way to watch the table tennis tournament, the same sporting event where Syed had previously won gold decades before. As the father went to use the bathroom on the train, his son Ted waited outside the vestibule for him and got to talking with a woman.

Syed heard the woman ask his son, “Are you here alone?”

Ted replied, “No, my dad is in there” and pointed to the bathroom.

He described hearing the lady and his son having a “whale of a time” and laughing together. As Syed exited the bathroom, he turned to the woman to thank her for keeping his son company, but he “stopped in his tracks” when he realised it was Kate Middleton.

“Here is the Duchess of Cambridge, chatting merrily with my son,” he wrote.

As they said goodbye to the duchess, Syed asked his son: “Did you realise who that was, son?”

“No idea but she was really nice,” he responded.

Syed later tweeted about the event to his 111,000 followers. “I was using the loo on train to Comm Games yesterday while my young son waited outside,” he wrote. “He got talking to a lady waiting her turn. They chatted, laughed. I came

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