Originally written on Fox Sports  |  Last updated 11/17/14
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Jerryd Bayless wasn't at his best as he replaced point guard Mike Conley in the Memphis Grizzlies' last game, but he came up big at the end. Bayless did the same thing the last time the Toronto Raptors were in town, yet he was wearing a different jersey back then. Conley could be back in the lineup Wednesday night against Toronto as the league-best Grizzlies try to continue their franchise-best start. With Conley out with flu-like symptoms Monday against Cleveland, the Grizzlies (10-2) were forced to switch up their starting five for the first time this season. Bayless, a free agent signee this summer after spending most of the last two seasons with Toronto, got the nod from coach Lionel Hollins and finished with nine points, six assists and three turnovers as Memphis rallied for an 84-78 victory in its lowest scoring game of the season. "I shot terrible (3 for 11)," said Bayless, who tallied the game's final three points as the Grizzlies outscored the Cavs 22-9 in the final 12 ...
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