Normally I don't write about individual games. But with all the recent negativity, I want to highlight what was easily the best game of the season.More than in any other game I've watched, the Grizzlies played like a team rather than a group of individuals. It showed on defense where this season's worst offenders, Rudy Gay and OJ Mayo, were focused on staying in front of their men and everyone made an effort to contest shots. And it showed on offense, where the team:1. Ran offensive plays. (I almost forgot what it was like to see an offensive play.)2. Made a concerted effort to feed Gasol and Randolph. (Multiple times on some possessions)3. Minimized one-on-one play (Gay and Mayo stood out in their efforts to avoid this.)I have never seen Gay focus like this and let the game come to...

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