Memphis Grizzlies set NBA record after beating Oklahoma City Thunder by 73 points

MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- The game was long decided and the Memphis starters were relegated to cheerleaders on the bench when John Konchar got a steal and headed to the basket. His right-handed dunk gave the Grizzlies a 145-67 lead over the Oklahoma City Thunder with 3:02 left and a new franchise record for points in a game. That 78-point advantage was Memphis' biggest lead on Thursday night, but by the time it was over the Grizzlies were still 73 points ahead.
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Thunder Lose by NBA-Record 73 Points in 152-79 Blowout to Grizzlies

The Oklahoma City Thunder etched their name into the record books on Thursday night but not in a good way. Mark Daigneault's squad was blown out by the Memphis Grizzlies 152-79, losing by a whopping 73 points. It marks the largest margin of victory in NBA history. It's also worth...
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The Grizzlies and Thunder played the most lopsided game in NBA history

The Oklahoma City Thunder was only down by four points midway through the first quarter Thursday when the Memphis Grizzlies began to pull away. By the time the game was over, the Grizzlies had put an unprecedented amount of distance between themselves and their visiting opponents in a 152-79 victory.

Grizzlies set new NBA margin of victory record in 73-point demolition of Thunder

(CNN) — A new NBA margin of victory record was set on Thursday, as the Memphis Grizzlies obliterated the Oklahoma City Thunder 152-79 in Tennessee. The 73-point win beats the previous 68-point record set by the Cleveland Cavaliers which had stood for almost 20 years -- a 148-80 mauling of the Miami Heat on December 17, 1991.

Memphis Grizzlies: Tyus Jones could turn opportunity into huge payday

With superstar guard Ja Morant out for an extended period of time, one Memphis Grizzlies player has an opportunity to turn a negative into a huge positive. Young veteran Tyus Jones has primarily been a backup point guard for the duration of his career, including in the three seasons he’s been with the Grizzlies.

Report Card: Grizzlies Take Care of Business in the 6

The Memphis Grizzlies embarked on a quick journey to Drake’s city for a 1-game road trip. And yet again, they’re without Ja Morant for the 2nd game of a stretch of a “couple weeks.” After a monster win over the Sacramento Kings, they were going up against the feisty Toronto Raptors, who had beaten them last week.

Brandon Clarke has come full circle in Memphis

In his book Screwtape Letters, my favorite writer C.S. Lewis coins something that he calls the “law of undulation” (well technically a demon in the story did, but I digress). The law is simple: Life will have many highs and lows, so you can never afford to get too high or low. The truth of who you are is always found in the middle, not where you are at the highest hill or the deepest valley.

Memphis Grizzlies forward Jaren Jackson Jr. commits $150,000 to support Memphis-area youth

Memphis, Tenn. — Paying homage to his Grandmother’s advice to him at an early age, Memphis Grizzlies forward Jaren Jackson Jr. announced today an initial $150,000 personal commitment to his ‘Much Required’ fundraising campaign to support organizations that align with the fourth-year player’s passion for supporting local youth. “This all...