While it looks bleak, if the Memphis Grizzlies play how they played in the first half of game five, they can give themselves their best shot at winning the series. Of course game five was played in Memphis, which gave them an edge, but the balanced inside-out attack makes the Memphis Grizzlies superior. What did the Memphis Grizzlies do in the first half of game five that they haven't done consistently throughout this series? The Memphis Grizzlies went inside-out on offense, established Marc Gasol and Zach Randolph, which, in turn, created opportunities for the perimeter players. Going inside-out on offense means the ball goes inside to a post player as the first plan of attack, THEN the ball might go outside for a jumper.