Zach Randolph, Marc Gasol carry Grizzlies past Jazz

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Zach Randolph recorded his 39th double-double this season, scoring 21 points and registering 11 rebounds, to help the Memphis Grizzlies beat the Utah Jazz, 96-86. This is the eighth win for Memphis (40-27) in its last 10 games.

Randolph went 8-16 and converted 5-7 from the free throw line. Other top performers for Memphis were Marc Gasol with 20 points and 10 rebounds, and Mike Conley with 18 points and 7 assists. On 6-14 shooting, including 3-4 from behind the arc, Trey Burke scored 16 points for Utah in the loss. Trey Burke chipped in 16 points and 6 assists and Enes Kanter finished with 12 points and 12 rebounds.

Utah (22-47) has now dropped their last six straight.

Coming up, the Grizzlies take on the Miami Heat, who are 46-20 on the season. The Jazz go up against the Orlando Magic, currently sitting at 19-49 this year. The Jazz are 1-0 versus Orlando this season.

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