TORONTO, Nov. 30 (Ticker) -- After a solid effort against one of the league's best teams, Damon Stoudamire was able to do it again against one of the worst.

Stoudamire scored 19 points against his former team and Eddie Jones added 18 as the Memphis Grizzlies extended their winning streak to three games with a 92-66 triumph over the Toronto Raptors.

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The diminutive Stoudamire collected 22 points and eight assists in Saturday's win at Dallas, which is tied for the third-best record in the league. Toronto is at the other end of the spectrum, sporting a league-worst 1-15 mark.

"It's a big win to end the month," said Stoudamire, who also tallied a season-high six rebounds. "We feel like we're one of the better teams in the league. I feel for (Toronto). I know what it's like to lose that many, but I thought we came ready to play start to finish and put them in a hole."

Monday's affair was over quickly as Memphis reeled off a 16-0 burst that bridged the first and second quarters. Jones, who scored 11 points in the opening session, had eight during the surge.

"It's all about preparing and being ready to face these types of teams," Jones said. "I think we've got too many veterans on this ballclub to even think about a letdown. We've got a lot of good shooters and when you're getting good looks, it's pretty easy to go on runs."

A 10-0 run midway through the second quarter, capped by back-to-back 3-pointers by Stoudamire, gave the Grizzlies a 51-29 advantage with 5:07 left in the half and they never looked back.

"I think the effort was disappointing," Toronto coach Sam Mitchell said. "You can just tell when we play, as soon as one or two bad things happen, you can just tell the guys start doubting themselves."

Coming off a season-best 36-point effort against the Mavericks, Pau Gasol added 15 points and 10 rebounds for the Grizzlies, who surrendered the third-fewest points in franchise history.

"We tried to jump on them early and get a good lead because in their situation they're going to get down on themselves," Gasol said. "We wanted to keep our intensity high, especially at the beginning of the game, and it worked for us."

Chris Bosh scored 15 points for Toronto, which shot just 35 percent (25-of-72) as it had its worst offensive performance of the season en route to its sixth straight loss.

"I thought we played hard, especially in the defensive end," Memphis coach Mike Fratello said. "You have to be consistent in the defensive end; we take pride in that and that's what's really getting us wins."

"(We have to) put it in the past," said Bosh, who made just 5-of-16 shots. "You have games like that where shots aren't falling and the other team is making shots. That is the story of the season so far."