The Grizzlies overcame a sloppy first half to pull away from the Philadelphia 76ers, scoring 58 points in the second half en route to a 103-77 win.
The Sixers' loss was their 20th in a row, tying a franchise-record. Although Philadelphia forced 22 Grizzlies' turnovers, they also committed 22 turnovers of their own and shot just 37% from the floor.
Mike Conley led Memphis with 19 points, 14 of which came in the second half. Conley played just 23 minutes, and no Grizzly played more than 29 minutes, as the team finished up their fourth game in five nights.
Zach Randolph (14 points) and Marc Gasol (11 points) were the other Grizzlies in double figures. All 13 players on the active roster scored.
The Grizzlies come back home and have three days off before hosting the Utah Jazz on Wednesday, March 19.