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Finals on three occasions, winning each time. The NBA Live Coins Grizzlies are the furthest they've ever been in the postseason, a team that's finally found the right combination behind a group of players that's had many successes across basketball's vast landscape.But a history of winning stands.

Memphis' way, and following a 105-83 beatdown in the first game of the series, their season comes to a breaking point Tuesday. In order for one group of veterans to unseat another, it'll take a much better performance than Memphis gave the first time around. Entering Game 2, a few questions loom over this series and which team will ultimately represent the West in this year's Finals. Let's take a few minutes to break them down.1. What's up with Zach Randolph?

The Grizzlies always win behind a true team effort, but that almost always demands a quality performance from power forward Zach Randolph. A guy that can score on practically anyone with his loopy array of post moves, he was effectively shut down in Game 1 by the Spurs' big guys. Z-Bo isn't the athlete he once was, but Memphis can't afford for him to repeat the two-point, seven-rebound effort he gave in the opening game of the series.2. Can Spurs keep shooting like this?

More than anything, San Antonio shot its way to victory in Game 1. With quality spacing and execution leading to numerous open shots, the Spurs just kept filling the basket to a degree Memphis couldn't match. The Grizzlies are a team built on defense, and while Quincy Pondexter knocked down five treys in the opening game, they simply can't keep up with a red-hot San Antonio. Should the Spurs stay this scorching for the majority of the series, it will be difficult for Memphis to keep up. 3. Will Memphis capitalize in the paint?

Even as the Spurs rained threes and Buy NBA 2K18 MT Coins Randolph struggled, the Grizzlies still managed to finish the game with a 35-33 advantage on the boards. Other than Tim Duncan, who grabbed 10 rebounds, nobody on the team grabbed more than five missed shots. San Antonio's other big men --