Grizzlies star suspended in crucial game seven against Thunder

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OKLAHOMA – The Memphis Grizzlies forward, Zach Randolph, has been suspended for one game without pay.

According to Rod Thorn, President, Basketball Operations, Randolph was suspended for punching Oklahoma City Thunder’s center Steven Adams in the jaw.

Adams was punched in the fourth quarter of game six with 6:42 remaining on the clock.

According to officials, Randolph will serve his suspension in Saturday night’s game 7.

Steven Adams joked around about Randolph’s physical play, watch it here:

The Grizzlies will visit the Thunder at the Chesapeake Energy Arena at 7:00 p.m.