No Thunder! Grizzlies Absolutely BLOW OUT the Oklahoma City Thunder by 73 Points, Largest Margin of Victory in NBA History

Memphis Grizzlies forward Santi Aldama (L) shoots against Oklahoma City Thunder forward Gabriel Deck during an NBA game in Memphis, U.S., Dec. 2, 2021. (AP Photo)

The Memphis Grizzlies disemboweled the reeling Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday night 152 to 79. The 73-point win is the largest margin of victory in the NBA since the league was formed in 1946.

The previous record was 68, set when the 1991 Cleveland Cavaliers downed the Miami Heat 148-80.

Memphis shot a franchise record 62.5% from the field, including 52.8% from three-point range.

Jaren Jackson Jr. led Memphis in scoring with 27 points as the Grizzlies spread around the wealth. Nine players scored in double digits, including six off the bench. Memphis also dished out a whopping 41 assists.

The Grizzlies led 72-36 at the half and never looked back. At one point, they led by 78 points.

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SOURCE: Mediate, Michael Luciano