A 50-minute first quarter that combined for 33 free throws

tied for most in an NBA game in the past 25 years

was the only thing that slowed the Memphis Grizzlies down on Tuesday night against the Minnesota Timberwolves.

The Grizzlies dominated the second quarter, then ran away in the second half

of a 124-96 victory in Game 2 to even the first-round series at 1-1.

The victory was the largest playoff victory in franchise history. 

Boos and chants deriding the officials came down inside FedExForum as every starter

on each team besides Desmond Bane had accumulated a personal, technical or flagrant foul.

The Grizzlies got the worst of the whistles with 11 personal fouls. 

the Grizzlies did their part in slowing down Minnesota's big three.