Dec 12, 11:32 PM EST

Grizzlies outlast Hornets 113-107 in 2 OTs


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MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) -- Mike Conley scored six of his 19 points in the second overtime, and the Memphis Grizzlies beat the Charlotte Hornets 113-107 on Friday night.

Zach Randolph had 20 points and Marc Gasol also scored 19 for the Grizzlies, who got a tying 3-pointer from Vince Carter with 4.5 seconds left in the first overtime.

The Grizzlies won for the sixth time in the past seven games against the Hornets, who got 28 points from Kemba Walker and 25 from Gary Neal.

Gerald Henderson tipped in a missed shot at the buzzer to end regulation.

The Grizzlies trailed most of the second half but rallied in the final 5 minutes of the fourth quarter, shortly after Gasol re-entered the game. He and Randolph scored the Grizzlies' final 13 points in regulation, including Gasol's driving dunk with 11.9 seconds that gave Memphis a 92-90 lead.

Walker attempted a 3-pointer with 2.2 seconds to go and Henderson tipped it in after the Hornets kept the first miss alive.

In the overtime, the Grizzlies took an early four-point lead, but the Hornets recovered and led 102-99 after two free throws by Michael Kidd-Gilchrist with 23 seconds remaining. Memphis forced a second overtime when Carter, who entered on the final Grizzlies possession, connected on a 3-pointer from the corner.

In the second overtime, the Grizzlies never trailed after scoring the first five points.

Memphis led 47-45 at the half, but couldn't pull away in the third quarter. The Hornets took their first lead early in the third quarter on a 3-pointer by Walker and held the advantage for most of the period.

Neal, who scored six straight points to end the third quarter, opened the fourth by hitting his first two shots to give the Hornets a 76-69 lead, their largest of the game.

Charlotte never led in the first half, but trimmed the Memphis advantage to 47-45 Al Jefferson's hook in the closing seconds before halftime. Walker, limited to 1-of-11 shooting in the first game between the teams, had 15 points at half on 6-of-10 shooting.

TIP-INS

Hornets: Rookie P.J. Hairston, who did not play in Wednesday's home game against the Boston Celtics, did not play Friday. Hairston was benched for missing a Tuesday practice without an acceptable excuse. ... The Hornets fell to 1-9 on the road. ... Charlotte allows the fewest offensive rebounds per game (8.3) and held the Grizzlies to seven.

Grizzlies: Memphis owns the best regular-season record in the NBA during the 2014 calendar year. They are 55-19. ... The Grizzlies are 15-1 when outshooting their opponent. Memphis shot 45.9 percent to Charlotte's 41.8 percent. . . . The Grizzlies' bench failed to produce a double-digit scorer for the first time in 21 games.

UP NEXT

Hornets: Host Brooklyn on Saturday.

Grizzlies: Visit Philadelphia on Saturday.

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