The Memphis Grizzlies (16-6) overcame an abysmal first quarter to take down the 13-10 Chicago Bulls, 80-71, in Memphis on Monday night.
Memphis came out ice cold, and the Grizzlies found themselves trailing 20-11 after the first quarter.
The bad shooting plagued both teams in this game, but Memphis picked it up, and it made the difference from beyond the arc.
The Grizzlies and Bulls both shot under 40 percent from the floor, but Memphis was 6-of-11 from beyond the arc. The Bulls were just 2-of-11 from distance.
Check out the full box score here.
Player of the Game: Mike Conley
Conley led the Grizzlies with 17 points by going 6-of-12 from the field. He also added four assists and did a nice job of helping the Grizzlies right the ship after their bad start.
This was the first game of a three-game home stand for the Grizzlies. They will host the Milwaukee Bucks on Wednesday and the Dallas Mavericks on Friday.
The Bulls face a quick turnaround as they must fly back to Chicago to host the Boston Celtics on Tuesday.