Mike Conley matches career-high seven triples, scores 36 as Grizzlies rip Pacers

MIKE Conley scored 36 points, hitting seven three-pointer to match his career high as the Grizzlies ripped the Indiana Pacers, 110-97, on Wednesday in Memphis (Thursday, Manila time).

The Grizzlies ended a four-game skid, notching their 41st win in 75 games.

Conley played 38 minutes, making 13 of 21 field goal attempts.

Vince Carter also came up huge for Memphis, scoring 21 on 5 of 8 shooting including 4 of 6 from beyond the arc.

Zach Randolph came off the bench to add 17 points for the Grizzlies.

The Pacers suffered their second straight loss and fourth in the last five games.

Paul George scored 22 and Aaron Brooks added 18 for Indiana, which absorbed its 38th loss in 75 games.

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