In all that surrounded Game 2, the Oklahoma City Thunder held a players-only meeting.

It began at Kevin Durant's house and ended in the paint with the Thunder crowded around Grizzlies power forward Zach Randolph.

Game 3 will be a test of how well Randolph and the Griz took notes.

By their own admission, the Griz didn't handle the aggressive infiltration of their offense with the intelligence that's guided them to this point.

Memphis watched film Thursday morning and the popcorn-less viewing only confirmed what the team already knew: Oklahoma City did nothing special.

The Griz had poor spacing. They made bad decisions passing the basketball and settled for jump shots.

"They packed it in on us and clogged the lane, but we worked on our spacing and ball movement," a stone-face Randolph said. "We'll be prepared for Saturday."

Griz coach Lionel Hollins didn't use practice Thursday to browbeat his troops. It was a refresher course mainly to remind the Griz that smart basketball will prevail.

"We've got to be better in our spacing and better in our timing," Hollins said. "We've got to play with more pace than we played with in the last game. We did it in the first game. We just got away from it. And you have to give Oklahoma City credit. They came out much more aggressive and much more physical. I expected them to, and I expect them to be on Saturday as well."