Grit and Grind will continue, as the Memphis Grizzlies take the series from the Los Angeles Clippers 4-2, winning 118-105 in game six to advance to the Western Conference semifinals.
Mike Conley and Zach Randolph scored 23 points each, and Tony Allen knocked down 19 to lead 7 Grizzlies players in double figures.
The Grizzlies close out the series winning 4-straight after going 0-2 to start. Memphis had never won 4-straight postseason games before this series, and became only the 10th team in NBA history to win four straight after trailing 0-2.
Clippers forward Matt Barnes had a career playoff-best 30 points and Chris Paul had 28 in the loss for L.A.
A quick turnaround for Memphis.
The Grizzlies open the second round at Oklahoma City Sunday.