Brandon Clarke converted the go-ahead tip-in with 38.6 seconds remaining in overtime and the visiting Memphis Grizzlies outlasted the short-handed Brooklyn Nets for a 116-111 victory on Monday night.
Neither team shot well in overtime, but Clarke gave Memphis the lead for good at 112-111 when he rebounded a missed layup by Dillon Brooks and easily converted the putback. Clarke’s go-ahead basket occurred after Caris LeVert hit a 3-pointer with 76 seconds left to give Brooklyn a 111-110 edge.
The Nets missed a chance at regaining the lead when DeAndre Jordan was called for offensive goaltending with 30.8 seconds remaining and Memphis took a 113-111 lead when Grayson Allen split a…
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