"You could hear the crowd getting quieter and quieter," Foye said.
With CP3 on the bench, that was as close as they would get.
"We made enough plays and got enough stops tonight that kept us ahead," Hollins said. "In the past, they kept making shots, and we haven't been able to stop them. So even though our offense wasn't perfect, we got enough stops."
Hollins didn't give his Grizzlies any credit for slowing Paul.
"I thought he did a good job of containing himself when he got hurt and went to the bench," Hollins said.
Notes: Randolph hit his first six shots, while Gasol was 6 of 8 in the first quarter. ... Memphis tied a franchise playoff record with 36 points in the first quarter. The Grizzlies set that mark May 1, 2005, in Game 4 against Phoenix. Memphis lost that game and series in a sweep. ... Memphis held Los Angeles to 37.1 percent shooting. ... Griffin had just five points in the second half on four shots.
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