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Harris, Nets rally to beat Grizzlies

Jan 27, 2011 - 4:49 AM Newark, NJ (Sports Network) - Devin Harris made two key free throws with 10.6 seconds left, as the New Jersey Nets rallied past the Memphis Grizzlies, 93-88, at Prudential Center.

Harris ended with 13 points and nine assists for the Nets, who have won four of five. Anthony Morrow tallied 19 points off the bench for New Jersey, which got 17 points from Brook Lopez.

Rudy Gay finished with 22 points and six boards for the Grizzlies, who had a three-game winning streak snapped. Zach Randolph donated 20 points and 16 rebounds for Memphis, which got 16 points, five assists and five boards from Mike Conley.

The Grizzlies shot 61.9 percent from the field in the first quarter to take a 32-16 lead. But the Nets fought back in the second period to cut the gap to 53-42.

Trailing 66-53, New Jersey scored the final seven points of the third stanza. Kris Humphries' jumper and dunk cut the gap to 66-60 heading to the fourth.

Down 73-65 early in the fourth, the Nets put together an impressive 19-4 run to take the lead. Harris tallied seven points during the burst that Morrow capped with a three-pointer to make it 84-77 with under 3 1/2 minutes to play.

Conley's jumper and layup around Harris' turnover cut the gap to 88-85 with 1:14 to go. Randolph made it a one-point contest with a layup with 25.3 ticks left.

The Nets went back up by three on Harris' two free throws with 10.6 seconds remaining. Gay made 1-of-2 from the line to cut the gap to two, but Sasha Vujacic responded with one at the line for New Jersey.

O.J. Mayo had a chance to tie the game but missed a shot from beyond the arc. Lopez made two shots from the foul line to seal the victory.

Game Notes

New Jersey also beat the Grizzlies, 101-94, in Memphis on December 21 to sweep the season series...Humphries and Vujacic each had 14 points...The Nets made 9-of-17 from beyond the arc, while the Grizzlies went 2-of-12 from three- point range...Marc Gasol tallied 12 points, six boards and five assists for Memphis.