The Grizzlies notched their fifth wire-to-wire win of the year against mirror-seed Indiana, with an offensive fireworks show led by Mike Conley.
The fire started in the first period, with Mike racking up a quick 16 and the Grizzlies a cool 38, the most they’ve scored in any quarter all season. By halftime, the Grizz had 72, and they cracked a hundred just a minute into the fourth quarter before finally letting their foot off the gas.
Conley poured in 7 threes on 12 attempts (tying his game-high record). He finished with 36 points, 6 assists, and 4 steals. Vince Carter had 21 on 5 made field goals, and Zach Randolph added 17 off the bench. Also, Marc Gasol didn’t even play, y’all.
Andrew Harrison left in the second half with an ankle injury.
The Ageless One
Vince Carter passed Ray Allen on the all-time scoring list tonight on this triple: