O.J. Mayo scored 22 points and hit a key 3-pointer in the final seconds as the visiting Memphis Grizzlies snapped the Oklahoma City Thunder's six-game winning streak with a 94-88 victory.
Tony Allen added 15 points and eight rebounds and Marc Gasol chipped in 13 and eight for the Grizzlies, who moved into fifth place in the Western Conference.
The Thunder, who clinched a playoff berth Sunday, are 2½ games ahead of San Antonio for the top spot.
Memphis shot 30.7 percent in the first half but went into the break only down 44-42 thanks to an advantage on the offensive glass and the 12 turnovers it managed to force.
The Grizzlies started to get things going offensively in the third quarter, beginning the frame with a 9-2 run to grab the lead. Every time the Thunder tried to get back on top Memphis responded, with Mayo answered three times in the final 2:29 of the third after Oklahoma City had cut it to two points.
The Grizzlies held an 87-78 edge with 3:15 left but missed six strai...