Memphis Grizzlies set NBA record with 73-point win over Oklahoma City Thunder

NS Memphis Grizzlies broke the tournament record for the winning score when they beat Oklahoma City Thunder up 73 points on Thursday.

Nine of the 12 players used by the home side, who were without talented goalkeeper Ja Morant due to injury, have doubled in points including Jaren Jackson, the top scorer with 27. .

The Grizzlies took a 72-36 lead in the first half and continued to accumulate points after the break to end a 152-79 win, marking a much larger victory than the previous record of 68 points set by Cleveland Cavaliers in their 148-80 destroyed Miami Heat in December 1991.

Next, the Thunder will face the Detroit Pistons, who lost 114-103 to the Western Conference-led Phoenix Suns.

The substitutes, Cam Johnson and Cameron Payne, each have 19 points as the Suns set a franchise record with 18 straight wins, despite the absence of Phoenix’s top scorer. Devin Booker for the first time this season.

The Chicago Bulls closed in a tight 119-115 win over the New York Knicks, the Toronto Raptors made the most of Giannis Antetokounmpo’s injury injury to beat the Milwaukee Bucks 97-93 and the San Antonio Spurs easily took 114-83 Portland Trail Blazers. Memphis Grizzlies set NBA record with 73-point win over Oklahoma City Thunder


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