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Grizzlies @ Nets highlights 11.30.18

Check out all the action from Friday night’s game against the Nets in Brooklyn.

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Grizzlies @ Nets highlights 11.30.18

Check out all the action from Friday night’s game against the Nets in Brooklyn.
Nov 30, 2018  |  05:03

Mike Conley 37 points @ Nets 11.30.18

Mike Conley had 37 points, 5 rebounds, and 10 assists in the Grizzlies’ 131-125 win in Brooklyn.
Nov 30, 2018  |  01:20

Jaren Jackson Jr. career-high 36 points @ Nets

Jaren Jackson Jr. scores a career-high 36 points Friday night against the Nets.
Nov 30, 2018  |  01:17

Conley crossover

Mike Conley crosses the Nets big man and ties the game in overtime for the Memphis Grizzlies.
Nov 30, 2018  |  00:19

Jaren Jackson Jr.'s four-point play

Jaren Jackson Jr. drains a three-pointer and draws a foul in the final seconds of the fourth quarter against the nets Friday night.
Nov 30, 2018  |  00:13

Green rocks the rim

Green catches the dish from Mike Conley and throws down a two-handed slam.
Nov 30, 2018  |  00:10

Jackson Jr. heats up in the 1st quarter

Rookie Jaren Jackson Jr. scores a team-high 13 points in the first quarter Friday night against the Brooklyn Nets.
Nov 30, 2018  |  00:34

MEM@BKN: MikeCheck Minute 11.30.18

MikeCheck Minute previews tonight’s matchup against the Nets in Brooklyn.
Nov 30, 2018  |  01:23

Postgame Report: Jackson Jr. and Conley Shine to Help Memphis Beat Brooklyn in Double Overtime, 131-125

by Memphis Grizzlies

Game Recap

The Memphis Grizzlies defeated the Brooklyn Nets, 131-125 in double overtime on Friday night in Barclays Center. Memphis snaps a three-game losing skid to improve to 13-8 and are now 6-5 on the road. Brooklyn drops to 8-15 on the season. This was the first double-overtime game of the year for Memphis, and their first one since December 5, 2016 (@ New Orleans, W 110-108). The Grizzlies have surpassed last season’s total number of wins against Eastern Conference opponents (five).

Mike Conley earned his third double-double of the season with a season-high 37 points and 10 assists while making all nine of his free throw attempts. Conley scored 17 of his points in overtime, and earned his third 30-point performance this season. Jaren Jackson Jr. scored a career-high 36 points and grabbed eight rebounds while going 7-for-7 at the free throw line. Marc Gasol also tallied a double-double, his 11th of the year, scoring 15 points and pulling down 15 rebounds while blocking three shots. Garrett Temple added 13 points. JaMychal Green came off the bench to score 11 points. It was the first time the Grizzlies had two players score 30+ in a game since March 7, 2009 (vs. Philadelphia) when Conley had 31 and Gasol scored 30.

D’Angelo Russell led the Nets with 26 points and handed out eight assists. DeMarre Carroll had a double-double with 21 points and 12 rebounds. Jarrett Allen also had a double-double, scoring 15 points and grabbing 12 boards. Shabazz Napier chipped in with 18 points off the bench. Spencer Dinwiddie and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson both had 15 points.

The point guards took over in the second overtime, with Conley scoring 13 of the 14 Grizzlies points and Russell scoring all eight of the Nets points in the period. Conley went 7-for-7 from the free throw line in the second overtime. Gasol made 1-of-2 free throws with 14 seconds left to put the Grizzlies up 129-125. Russell missed a three-pointer on the following possession, and Conley grabbed a rebound to force the Nets to foul. Conley sank both free throws to seal the game.

Memphis shot 50-for-101 (.495) from the floor and 12-for-30 (.400) from three-point range. The Grizzlies entered tonight sixth in the NBA in three-point percentage (.366). Brooklyn shot 42-for-94 (.447) from the field and went 16-for-44 (.364) from beyond the arc. The Grizzlies outscored the Nets in the paint, 68-46. Both teams capitalized on mistakes, with Memphis scoring 21 points on 19 Nets turnovers and Brooklyn getting 23 points on 17 Grizzlies turnovers. The Grizzlies went 19-of-22 (.864) from the free throw line while the Nets made 25-of-30 (.833) free throws.

After Brooklyn outscored Memphis 6-2 to open the first overtime, Jackson grabbed his own miss and made a putback shot with 35.4 seconds remaining to cut the Grizzlies’ deficit to 117-115. The Memphis defense held on the next possession, giving them the final shot of the game with 17.2 seconds left. Conley drew a mismatch off a Gasol screen and knifed into the lane to hit a runner with 9.9 seconds on the clock to tie the game. After a Nets timeout, Kyle Anderson swiped the ball out of Dinwiddie’s hands on the inbounds to force a turnover. Conley got an open look on the last possession but couldn’t connect, forcing double overtime.

The Nets used a 14-3 run in the fourth quarter from 11:04 to 5:36 (5:28 span) to lead 98-90. Down 111-104, Jackson Jr. converted his first career four-point play to cut the lead to 111-108 with 26.8 seconds left in the game. After a Brooklyn timeout, Memphis forced a turnover on the following inbounds play with a chance to tie. Jackson drilled a 30-footer with 15.9 seconds left in regulation to tie the game at 111-111 and force overtime. The rookie had 11 points on 4-of-4 (2-2 3PT) shooting in the quarter.

The Grizzlies attacked the rim during the third quarter, scoring 18 of their 27 points in the paint to help lead 85-80 at the end of the third. Memphis made 11-of-21 (.524) shots from the floor and Brooklyn was 9-of-18 (.500) in the period.

Both teams connected on over 50 percent of their field goals in the first half, as the Grizzlies went 23-for-45 (.511) and the Nets shot 19-for-38 (.500). Memphis went a perfect 6-for-6 at the free throw line, but Brooklyn was 13-for-14 (.929) to keep the half close. The Grizzlies outscored the Nets 32-20 in the paint. There were 12 lead changes and six ties in the first half.

The Grizzlies defense forced six Nets turnovers in the first quarter, including two shot clock violations. Memphis worked the ball inside early on, scoring 18 points in the paint in the period. Jackson Jr. scored 13 points in eight minutes during the opening quarter, but Brooklyn closed the quarter with a 9-2 run to tie the game 26-26.

Both teams shot nearly identical percentages in the second quarter, with Memphis making 12-of-21 (.571) shots from the floor and 4-of-6 (.667) from three-point range, while Brooklyn was 10-of-18 (.556) from the field and 4-of-7 (.571) from three. The teams combined to shoot 12-for-13 from the free throw line in a second period that had six lead changes that resulted in a 58-58 tie at halftime.

Next Game

The Grizzlies will face the Philadelphia 76ers for the final time this season on Sunday, December 2 at Wells Fargo Arena. Tipoff is set for 6:00 p.m. CT. Tune in to FOX Sports Southeast presented by Pinnacle Financial Partners or listen on 92.9 FM ESPN to follow the action.

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