Stephen Curry and the Warriors hosted Ja Morant and the Grizzlies in San Francisco on Thursday night, and Chef Curry was in good shape.

Curry led the way for Golden State when they defeated Memphis 113-104, scoring 46 points (13 of 22 from the field, including 8 of 14 from distance), adding four rebounds and four assists.

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The Warriors hold the second-best record in the NBA, just one game behind the Phoenix Suns, while the Grizzlies had been one of the hottest teams in the league, winning seven of their previous 10 games. Memphis just returned star point guard Morant to the lineup last week after a 10-game absence due to a knee injury, but his return did not go as planned.

Just weeks after the Grizzlies defeated the Thunder by an NBA-record 73-point margin, Oklahoma City spoiled Morant’s return with a victory over Memphis. After the game, Morant revealed that he was “hurt” by the things he heard Grizzlies fans tell him during the game, telling him to get back on the bench after the Thunder stopped the team’s hot streak.

Morant finished with 21 points, six assists and three rebounds.

Warriors vs. Grizzlies live updates, score, recaps

1T 2T 3T 4T Final
MEM 31 22 30 twenty-one 104
GSW 27 25 32 29 113

FINAL: Warriors 113, Grizzlies 104

00:28 – That’s a wrapper. Dubs win it 113-104. They move it 16-2 at home with this win.

00:25 – Steph was cooking tonight!

00:22 – Seven fast points and the Warriors have frozen this one. He leads this 109-102 with 19 seconds left.

00:18 – Three turnovers by the Dubs and Memphis have tied the game at 102 with 2:03 to play.

00:17 am – 40 pieces for Chef Curry tonight.

00:14 – Desmond Bane with the casual behind-the-back pass to Slo Mo for the corner triple!

00:12 – Technical foul on Draymond. Grizz circling. Down 2.

00:04 – Never hesitate, Steph!

00:03 – The Warriors extend their lead to six: 93-87.

Third Quarter Finals: Warriors: 84, Grizzlies 83

11:52 pm – The Grizzlies finish the fourth with a 7-3 run and are behind one: 84-83.

Steph Curry: 34 points

Gary Payton Jr: 19 points

Jaren Jackson Jr: 18 points

Ja Morant: 16 points

11:43 pm – Gary Payton Jr is having a good game: 19 points, including 3 of 6 from long range. The Warriors lead 81-76.

11:30 pm – In his thirteenth NBA season and Steph Curry still makes this look so easy.

11:23 pm – Splash Splash

11:21 pm – The Warriors take their biggest lead of the game (2) with that last triple from Steph Curry

Half time: Grizzlies 53, Warriors 52

11:06: Memphis takes a one-point lead at halftime, 53-52.

Jaren Jackson Jr: 13 points, 4 rebounds

De’Anthony Melton: 11 points, 4 rebounds, 1 assist

Ja Morant: 8 points, 4 assists, 2 rebounds

Steph Curry: 16 points, 1 rebound, 1 assist

Gary Payton Jr: 9 points, 2 rebounds, 1 assist

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11:03 pm – At both ends of the floor, we could add.

11:01 pm – Years Jackson Jr is hooping hooping in the second quarter.

10:58 pm – B. Diddy is at (Hooper Vision’s) house!

10:53 pm – Ha Morant is so EXPLOSIVE!

10:46 pm – Grizzlies leading rebounding battle so far – 21-15

10:40 pm – Reminder: The Warriors are still great on both ends of the court.

End of the first quarter: Warriors 31, Grizzlies 27

10:33 pm – The Warriors close the quarter with a streak of 8-2. Grizz leads 31-27.

10:28 pm – Timeout with Memphis in an 11-3 race. They lead 29-19.

10:27 pm – Quentin Richardson and Jamal Crawford showing some love for GPII

10:26 pm – Will someone catch Steph?

10:20 pm – Dillon Brooks is off to a fast start. Seven early points heading into the first half out of the game. The Grizzlies lead 16-10.

10:13 pm – Steph Curry connects first three. He now has 155 consecutive games with a made triple.

How to watch Warriors vs. Grizzlies

Date: Thursday, December 23

Hour: 10:00 pm ET | 7:00 pm Pacific Time

TV: NBC Sports Bay Area (California); Bally Sports Southeast (Memphis)

Stream: NBA league pass; Sling tv

Note: The NBA League Pass broadcast will include the NBA’s “HooperVision,” a live broadcast between two former NBA players as Jamal Crawford and Quentin Richardson analyze the game in real time.