The Lakers performed derisive dances after eliminating the Grizzlies from playoff contention.

While the Memphis Grizzlies mocked the Los Angeles Lakers throughout their first-round series, the Lakers were unable to advance.

During their six-game series victory to open the NBA playoffs, the purple and gold were mostly content to let their play speak for itself.

Or they were, at least, until they interred the Grizz. It was then time to enjoy oneself.

First, while the Lakers were cruising to a 125-85 Game 6 victory that clinched the series,

D'Angelo Russell and Dennis Schroder began the celebration by exaggeratedly gesturing to Jaren Jackson Jr.

Chris Dudley on the ground after being dunked on by Anthony Davis as if he were Shaq and having just been posterized by Chris Dudley:

The Lakers had some fun with the traditional Memphis rallying cry/chant, at which point the atmosphere became somewhat more tense.

"Whoop that Trick" after their Game 5 defeat. Rui Hachimura was audibly uttering these remarks as Russell.

who isn't afraid of a little teasing, hit "The Griddy" — a dance that Morant typically performs after any triumph and has used to celebrate victories over, and.