After a loss against LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers on Saturday in Hollywood, the Golden State Warriors’ losing streak dropped to a season-high four.
Following four consecutive losses and a 2-8 record in their last 10 games, the Warriors have slipped in the Western Conference standings.
With Golden State’s loss in Los Angeles and the Memphis Grizzlies beating the Orlando Magic on Saturday, the Warriors fell to third in the Western Conference. The Grizzlies (44-21) jumped to a half-game lead over the Warriors.
Via @usatodaynba on Twitter:
Your morning look at the NBA standings for March 6:

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After a loss against the Lakers, the Warriors’ schedule will not get any easier. On Monday, the Warriors open a stretch of three games in four nights, starting with a back-to-back against the Denver Nuggets and Los Angeles Clippers.
While the Warriors play four consecutive games against teams with winning records, including the defending champion Milwaukee Bucks, the Grizzlies play four straight games against teams with losing records.
The Grizzlies and Warriors will meet for the final time on March 28 in Memphis.
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