ChrisLice won the Thunder by the biggest margin in NBA history

Thursday night will mark Memphis Grizzlys and NBA history.

In the game against Oklahoma City Thunder, Memphis won 152-79, the biggest difference in NBA history since the clock era.

According to ESPN statistics and information research, ChrisLice has a 78-point presence, the biggest advantage in any sport since 1996-97. Overall, the Memphis 9 players recorded a double count, equaling their highest record in a game in team history. What is special is that they do not have a star point guard Ja Morant.

During the game, Chris Lice shot 62.5% off the field, breaking the previous record for the most percentage of field goals in a game (62.0% on December 13, 2003).

ChrisLice won by 73 points, an NBA record despite not having a single player with all-star experience against OKC. This is not the first embarrassing sign for the Thunder since 1996-97, as OKC have two major points deficits in a game – tonight and 67-points against the Pacers on May 1.

Also, according to the Elias Sports Bureau, the Grizzlys bench scored 93 points, the second highest since the opening players and reserves were recorded in 1970-71.

No Thunder Shay Kilgius-AlexanderJupiter entered the concussion protocol.

The Guard scored 39 points against the Rocket on Wednesday night, but was hit in the head late in the game, while the Guardian scored. Josh Gide, Who averaged 10.4 points and 5.5 assists, was left out of the Covid-19 non-disease, with the remaining players unable to fill the void left by Oklahoma City’s offense.

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