10 Biggest Shots in Memphis Grizzlies' History

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10 Biggest Shots in Memphis Grizzlies' History
Spruce Derden-USA TODAY Sports

The Memphis Grizzlies have had several special moments in their short history. While they have appeared in only six postseasons with wins in three of them, their recent playoff showings brought some big shots. 

Zach Randolph had the nerve to put up a three-pointer in the final minute of a 2011 playoff game against the Spurs and made good on the gamble.

Jason Williams came up with overtime fireworks against the Hawks in 2004.

Even though Rudy Gay is more easily remembered for missing shots in the clutch, he had his own game-winners while wearing the three shades of blue in 2011.

Some of these shots were free-throw attempts, such as when Tony Allen launched the Grizzlies to their deepest showing in the playoffs in 2013 with his cool nerves at the charity stripe.

Follow along for the 10 biggest clutch shots in Grizzlies’ history.

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