Lionel Hollins demands a certain standard from his Grizzlies that he didn't get in the first half against Oklahoma City.
Well, they came through after halftime, and now the Grizzlies are just a win away from this franchise's first Western Conference final.
Mike Conley scored 24 points, while Zach Randolph and Marc Gasol each had a double-double as the Grizzlies rallied from a 17-point deficit in beating the Oklahoma City Thunder 103-97 in overtime Monday night.
''They were able to overcome everything, and we just kept battling until we got a win,'' Hollins said. ''I'm glad it didn't go into three overtimes, but I'm glad to get the win.''
These teams played three overtimes in Game 4 in 2011 in the Western semifinals, a game in which the Thunder rallied from a first-half deficit and won. Oklahoma City eventually won that series in seven games.
This time around, the Thunder had the 17-point advantage with the Grizzlies rallying back to grab a 3-1 series lead. The comeback came aft...