Memphis used a balanced offense and strong play from its reserves to beat the Los Angeles Clippers.
The Grizzlies had seven players score in double figures, including all four reserves to top the Clippers 113-104 on Saturday. Mike Conley returned to the lineup after sitting out the last game with a sore Achilles go lead Memphis with 22 points.
"Any time you can get multiple guys in double figures, it means the ball's moving, everybody's in rhythm, people are being unselfish," said Grizzlies coach David Fizdale.
The Memphis backups outscored the Los Angeles reserves 55-22.
"They're a team that every single guy is in attack mode," said...