Lance Murphey, Associated Press
Win a playoff game? Check. Win a playoff game at home? Done.
Next? Well, the Memphis Grizzlies are nowhere near satisfied just yet.
The Grizzlies are up 2-1 in their opening series with the San Antonio Spurs after a 91-88 win Saturday night, and they can take a big step toward becoming only the fourth No. 8 seed to knock off a No. 1 seed Monday night when they play Game 4 in the FedExForum.
Zach Randolph says the key is staying humble and focused after a big victory that set off a big celebration in Memphis after the franchise won its first home playoff game in its 10th season in town. He says it's not about just winning a game or two for these Grizzlies but a series.
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