My look at some of the best and worst performances from the Memphis Grizzlies ' 104-99 doule overtime victory over the 76ers Wednesday night at the Wells Fargo Center:

Best performance:  You had to give this award to Mike Conley. The Grizzlies' point guard finished with 25 points nine assists, nine rebounds and two steals. He scored Memphis' final five points from the foul line.

Worst performance: There's no way that Jahlil Okafor could have avoided receiving this award. The Sixers reserve center got abused on the defensive end. He also scored just two points while making 1 of 6 shots. He also had three turnovers, four fouls and just one rebound in 26 minutes, 10 seconds.

Best defensive performance:  This award goes to Robert Covington. The Sixers small forward finished with a team-high three steals and a co-team high three blocks. He did finish with 19 points while making 4-for-7 three-pointers.

Best performance by a Sixer: Ersan Ilyasova had to get this one. The power forward finished 22 points and a game-high 12 rebounds before fouling out.

Worst statistic: I had to give this to the Sixers' 27 turnovers.  Most of those turnovers came during clutch situations .

Best statistic: This goes to 56 rebounds by Sixers. It was the most rebounds the team grabbed in a game since collecting 58 against the Oklahoma City Thunder on March 4, 2015.

Worst of the worst: I had to give this to the Sixers' performance in the second overtime. Joel Embiid was held out of that session due to a minutes restriction and the Grizzlies had a pre-Turkey Day feast.  Without his rim protection, Marc Gasol (2-for-2) and Zach Randolph (2-for-3) sliced the Sixers like they were an applie pie.  Meanwhile, the home team only made 1 of 5 shots and committed three costly turnovers.

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