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Memphis Grizzlies: The Week In Numbers

Take a statistical look back through the first week of the Grizzlies playoff run.

500 tickets given away by Zach Randolph for the first game of the playoff run.

20 points for Beno Udrih in Game One, a playoff career high for Beno.

7 assists and 7 rebounds for Beno in that same game. Also playoff career highs.

6.33 turnovers per game for Memphis through the first 3 games of the playoffs.

3 turnovers for Nick Calathes in Game One. He played just 3 minutes in the game.

9 games missed by Tony Allen prior to his Game One return.

4 games missed by Mike Conley prior to his return in that same game.

2-0 the Game Two victory gave Memphis their first 2-0 series lead in franchise history.

34 LaMarcus Aldridge's 34 field goal attempts in Game One is a career high. He connected on just 13 of the 34 attempts.

3 of Portland's 5 lowest scoring games this season have been in games against the Grizzlies.

0 first half points for Zach Randolph in Game Two.

38 second quarter points in Game Three is the most points Memphis has scored in a quarter this series.

39 free throws made in Game Three is a new playoff record for the Grizzlies.

62 first half points in that same game is a team playoff record for points in a half.

55% combined from the field for Mike Conley, Courtney Lee and Beno Udrih through three games (46-83).

35% shooting from Randolph and Gasol in the three games (34-95).

3 blocks in each of the three games for Marc Gasol.

3-0 the Game Three victory gave Memphis their first 3-0 series lead in franchise history.

44% from three point range for Memphis through the first three games (15-34).

3 games lost by the Blazers in which a Spanish player has been on the opposing team. Portland 'don't lose to Spanish players'.