Jahlil Okafor scored 18 points and Hollis Thompson contributed 16 for Philadelphia, which dropped to 1-29 while losing its 11th straight game. Now the 76ers head out for a six-game trip, and they have lost 22 in a row on the road.
There wasn’t much booing among the home crowd, which is resigned to Philadelphia’s losing ways these days, but one fan seated behind the Grizzlies bench wore a paper bag over his head with a sad face.
Philadelphia had 28 turnovers and shot 65.6 percent (21 for 32) from the free-throw line.
Memphis blew the game open by scoring eight straight points to open the fourth quarter. Vince Carter drained a pair of 3-pointers and Randolph had a follow layup to put the Grizzlies in front 85-66 with 10:54 left.
The Grizzlies’ advantage grew to as many as 20 points, and Philadelphia never got closer than 12 the rest of the way.
Philadelphia trailed 53-47 at the break. But Memphis slowly increased its lead to double digits, eventually taking its largest advantage to that point on Barnes’ layup that made it 71-56 with 5:16 left in the third quarter.
Okafor’s driving, spinning layup with 2:42 left in the period cut the Grizzlies’ lead to 73-64. But Memphis ended the quarter up 77-66 when Conley stripped T.J. McConnell and passed ahead to Lee for an uncontested layup just before the buzzer.
Grizzlies: Tony Allen returned after sitting out the previous five games due to a knee injury. Allen had one point in 16 minutes. . Memphis has won six straight in Philadelphia dating to Feb. 11, 2009.
76ers: Kendall Marshall (knee) didn’t dress but is expected to play Wednesday at the Bucks with a restriction of 25 minutes. . Joel Embiid, Philadelphia’s 2014 first-round pick who is recovering from his second foot surgery over the summer, worked on shooting before the game.
Grizzlies: At Washington on Wednesday night.
76ers: At Milwaukee on Wednesday night.