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Grizzlies say they must be sharper, more aggressive

OKLAHOMA CITY -- When Grizzlies coach Dave Joerger reviewed the film of his team's Game 1 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder, he didn't see much to dwell on in terms of X's and O's. "It was straight up, come at you," Joerger said, referring to the strategy that allowed the Thunder to dominate the first half. Joerger called for time about 21/2 minutes into the game. Nothing seemed to work as the Griz fell behind by 25 points just before halftime. The Thunder displayed a level of force that the Griz could only muster in the third quarter. So don't look for any major changes from the Griz when they try to tie the best-of-seven series Monday night with a Game 2 victory in Chesapeake ...

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