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Grizzlies @ Thunder highlights

Watch key Grizzlies plays from the game.
Jan 11, 2017  |  01:37

Mike Conley leads with 22 points against Thunder

Mike Conley led the Grizzlies with 22 points in the Grizzlies loss to the Thunder in OKC.
Jan 11, 2017  |  01:12

MEM@GSW: Marc Gasol

Marc Gasol believes the Thunder controlled the tempo from the outset and the Grizzlies never got into a rhythm in Wednesday's 103-95 loss to Oklahoma City.
Jan 11, 2017  |  01:24

MEM@OKC: Vince Carter

Vince Carter says "there were some things we let slip through our hands" that led to the Grizzlies' 103-95 loss in Oklahoma City on Wednesday.
Jan 11, 2017  |  01:37

Conley steal and score

Mike Conley strips Russell Westbrook and takes it to the hoop for two.
Jan 11, 2017  |  00:18

Green means stop

JaMychal Green stops Enes Kantner with a savage block.
Jan 11, 2017  |  00:14

GameTime: David Fizdale

NBA TV's Dennis Scott interviews new Grizzlies' head coach David Fizdale.
Jan 11, 2017  |  02:28

Mike Wallace goes 1 on 1 with Troy Daniels

Grind City Media's Michael Wallace is joined by Grizzlies' sharpshooter Troy Daniels to discuss his role as the team goes for a third straight win in tonight's game in Oklahoma City.
Jan 11, 2017  |  02:29

1.10.17 Coach Fizdale media availability

Coach Fizdale talks about the team preparing for matchup's against the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Houston Rockets this week.
Jan 10, 2017  |  04:16

1.10.17 JaMychal Green media availability

Green talks about adjusting to playing with a mask for the next few weeks and preparing for the Oklahoma City Thunder Wednesday night.
Jan 10, 2017  |  03:00

1.10.17 Chandler Parsons media availability

Parsons talks about his play in recent games, minutes restriction and getting back into his shooting flow on the court.
Jan 10, 2017  |  01:57

Thunder roll past Grizzlies

In their second meeting this season, the Memphis Grizzlies fell to the Oklahoma City Thunder 103-95 at Chesapeake Energy Arena Wednesday night. The season series is now tied at 1-1.

The Thunder led wire-to-wire and by as many as 12 in the third quarter. Memphis struggled offensively from the start shooting only 31.9 percent in the first half to Oklahoma City’s 55.0 percent.

With 6:43 left in the third period, the Grizzlies were able to cut the lead to one point at 59-58. However, Oklahoma City went on a 16-5 run within the next 5:53 to extend the lead to 75-63. Although Memphis outscored the Thunder in the third quarter (23-20) and held Russell Westbrook to only two points on 0-of-5 shooting, the Grizzlies continued to struggle to take the lead going into the fourth quarter. With 2:34 left in the fourth period and Memphis only down by two (88-86), Enes Kanter tipped the ball in to spark an 8-0 Thunder run.

Led by Mike Conley’s 22 points and six assists, five Grizzlies players scored in double figures. Playing only 18 minutes, Chandler Parsons scored eight of his season-high 14 points in the first quarter while Zach Randolph came off the bench and posted eight of his 14 in the fourth quarter.

Randolph (9,479) also grabbed nine rebounds, passing A.C. Green (9,473) for 44th in NBA history for career rebounds. James Ennis III also scored in double figures, contributing 10 points and shooting 4-of-5 (.800) from the field.

Vince Carter played his 1,308th game, passing Buck Williams (1,307) for 17th in league history for most career games played. Shooting 3-of-4 from three-point range, Carter (1,989) passed Jason Kidd (1,988) for fifth in NBA history for career three-pointers made. He finished with 11 points and three rebounds.

Russell Westbrook recorded his 18th triple-double of the season and the first ever in his 28 games against the Grizzlies. Although Westbrook was held to 0-of-7 from three-point range, he finished with a game-high 24 points, 12 assists and 13 rebounds. Enes Kanter recorded a double-double with 19 points and 13 rebounds in 30 minutes while Steven Adams contributed 12 points and eight rebounds.

Next Game

The Grizzlies continue their road trip to Houston on Friday Jan. 13 as they take on James Harden and the Houston Rockets at 7 p.m. at Toyota Center. Tune in to FOX Sports Southeast presented by Pinnacle Financial Partners or listen on 92.9 FM ESPN. View satellite, cable and Uverse channel listings.

Next Home Game

Remember. Celebrate. Act. On Sunday, Jan. 15, the Memphis Grizzlies, National Civil Rights Museum, City of Memphis and Shelby County will host the 15th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Game, presented by AutoZone, in a nationally-televised contest on ESPN vs. the Chicago Bulls at 8 p.m. The celebration game events will also include the annual symposium and three other events to remember, celebrate and act on the legacy left by Dr. King with this year’s honorees of the 12th Annual National Civil Rights Museum Sports Legacy Award. Associate celebration and game sponsors include The Hyde Family Foundations, Ashley Homestore, Memphis Area Ford Dealers and Coors Light. Details.

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Key Stat of the Night

  • Zach Randolph (9,479)grabbed nine rebounds, passing A.C. Green (9,473) for 44th in NBA history for career rebounds.

Key Run of the Night

  • With 6:43 left in the third period, the Grizzlies were able to cut the lead to one point at 59-58.

Team Quotes

Overall thoughts on the game
I didn't think we took care of the glass. We didn't get out to their 3-point shooters like we needed to. It was a tit-for-tat game. I think there was about two and a half left when Kanter got his putback, and that was a two-point game at that point. They made the plays they needed to make to win the game, and we didn't.
-- Coach Fizdale
On the message to his team at halftime
We wanted to cut into the lead quick. That was the big thing, is try to get them to call the first time out. Really get our defense sparked. I thought we did that, but I thought once we got down to the end we didn't execute as well as they did.
-- Coach Fizdale
On the Thunder taking advantage of opportunities
I wasn't very good. There was twice there where we got an extra possession, and I should have called timeout, and we ended up getting a crap possession after a full clock, and I had opportunities to call timeout and I'm pissed at myself that I didn't do that. So, I try to own as much of this, it's as much on me as it is our guys.
-- Coach Fizdale
On Thunder's team effort in scoring
It's really difficult when Oladipo gets going from three. When other guys like Roberson and Grant are contributing, the random 3's here and there, those are big baskets for them, and those guys stepped up and we didn't.
-- Coach Fizdale
On playing behind the Thunder the entire game
Yeah, we had a chance. It was 80-84 for them and we had a chance to cut it down even closer than that but we never got over the hump.
-- Marc Gasol
On missed opportunities
We did a great job of keeping the turnovers down. We can’t say we led them in transition, but there were some things we let slip through our fingers. We did better keeping them off the glass, of course. Just execution, game-plan execution, that we didn't stick to and we let slip by the wayside.
-- Vince Carter

Player Notes

  • Five Grizzlies players scored in double figures.
  • Mike Conleyscored 22 points and six assists.
  • Zach Randolph (9,479)grabbed nine rebounds, passing A.C. Green (9,473) for 44th in NBA history for career rebounds.
  • James Ennis III also scored in double figures, contributing 10 points and shooting 4-of-5 (.800) from the field.
  • Vince Carter played his 1,308th game, passing Buck Williams (1,307) for 17th in league history for most career games played.
  • Shooting 3-of-4 from three-point range, Carter (1,989) passed Jason Kidd (1,988) for fifth in NBA history for career three-pointers made. He finished with 11 points and three rebounds.
  • Russell Westbrook recorded his 18th triple-double of the season and the first ever in his 28 games against the Grizzlies. Westbrook finished with a game-high 24 points, 12 assists and 13 rebounds.
  • Enes Kanter recorded a double-double with 19 points and 13 rebounds.