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Randolph carries Grizzlies past Suns in OT

Randolph carries Grizzlies past Suns in OT

ESPN.com Updated Dec 4, 2012
Zach Randolph had 38 points and 22 rebounds, setting season highs in both categories, to carry the Memphis Grizzlies down the stretch and in overtime for a 108-98 victory over the Phoenix Suns on Tuesday night.
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