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Memphis Grizzlies The Week In Numbers

A statistical look back through the previous week of the Grizzlies season

3 games played last week, resulting in wins over Toronto and Philadelphia and a loss against Dallas

18 games this season in which Marc Gasol has scored 20+ points following his 20-point game against Dallas. This set a new career high for 20+ point games in a season for Marc. He extended that number to 19 after dropping 26 points on the Raptors

11 straight games in which Gasol had scored below 20 points before Monday's game against the Mavs

29-12. The Grizzlies record through the first 41 games of the season. A new franchise best, with the previous best being 27-14 in the 2012/13 season

21 offensive rebounds for the Raptors in Wednesday's game

32% shooting from Toronto in that same game, a new season low for them. They also shot just 18% from three-point range

21 players saw playing time in the first half of the 76ers game. All 21 scored at least 2 points in the half (11 Philly players and 10 for Memphis).

14 straight double digit rebounding performances for Zach Randolph, which ties his career high for consecutive double digit rebounding games

13 straight games in which Vince Carter had failed to score in double digits before he scored 13 against the 76ers

4 games coming up this week: vs. Magic, at Mavericks, vs. Nuggets, vs. Thunder

1 All-Star starter in Grizzlies franchise history. Congratulations Marc Gasol!

795,121 All-Star votes for Marc Gasol