MINNEAPOLIS, April 19 (Ticker) -- The Memphis Grizzlies continued their impressive play heading into the postseason.

Brian Cardinal had 18 points, 11 rebounds and seven assists and Lawrence Roberts added 10 points and 12 rebounds as the Grizzlies edged out a 102-92 double-overtime triumph over the Minnesota Timberwolves in the regular-season finale for both teams.

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Memphis held a 87-85 edge with 3:48 remaining in the second overtime before Cardinal and Roberts combined for all the scoring in closing 15-7 surge.

"I'm proud of the efforts from our guys," Memphis coach Mike Fratello said. "They hung in there and the group that was on the floor to finish the game did a really good job for us. I'm really happy for Brian. He made huge shots for us."

The Grizzlies (49-33), who are the fifth seed in the Western Conference, rested most of their starters in preparation of Dallas(60-22) in the opening round of the playoffs. Memphis lost three of four meetings to Dallas during the regular season.

"We have played well in April (8-1)," Memphis swingman Shane Battier said. "That hasn't been the case in the last two years. The main focus has been to play well and go into the playoffs with some momentum. Obviously, Dallas is playing good as well. It's a big challenge, but it's a challenge that should be fun."

Bobby Jackson, rookie Anthony Roberson and Dahntay Jones combined to score 37 points off the bench for Memphis, which shot 44 percent (41-of-92) from the field and made 8-of-11 3-pointers.

Rookie Bracey Wright scored 19 points while Eddie Griffin collected 17 points and 15 rebounds for the Timberwolves (33-49), who shot 35 percent (34-of-97).

"It's definitely a relief that it's over," Griffin said. "It's been a long season for us, with ups and downs. But we're going to put it behind us now and we've got to try and be a better team."