Grizzlies Vs. Thunder Final Score: Oklahoma City Evens Series With 111-102 Win

The Memphis Grizzlies stood little chance in Game 2 of their NBA playoff series with the Oklahoma City Thunder on Tuesday night as they fell into an early 28-17 hole. The Grizzlies were never able to recover, though they matched the Thunder stride-for-stride over the final three quarters. The end-result was a 111-102 Thunder win, evening the series at one as it heads to Memphis for Game 3.

Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook were a formidable tandem for the Thunder in Game 2. The two combined to score 50 points; Durant scored 26 and Westbrook scored 24. James Harden provided a spark off the bench, scoring 21 points. Eric Maynor was also in double-figures with 15 points.

Mike Conley scored a team-high 24 points while dishing-out eight assist in the loss. O.J. Mayo added 16 points, Zach Randolph had 15 points and Sam Young had 12 points. Marc Gasol had a double-double, finishing with 13 points and 10 rebounds.

Be sure to check out for Thunder vs. Grizzlies hub for full series coverage. For more on the Grizzlies, visit Straight Outta Vancouver. For more on the Thunder, visit Welcome To Loud City.

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