The Brooklyn Nets (22-35) asserted their dominance over the Memphis Grizzlies (20-38) with a resounding 111-86 victory on Monday night.

Led by Dennis Schroder’s 18 points and Dorian Finney-Smith’s all-around contribution of 13 points and nine rebounds, the Nets showcased their prowess on both ends of the court.

Despite losing Cam Thomas to a right ankle injury midway through the game, the Nets maintained their momentum, with Lonnie Walker IV chipping in 13 points to bolster the team’s offensive output.

Memphis, on the other hand, faltered from the outset, mustering only 18 points in the opening quarter and finding themselves trailing by 27 points late in the first half.

Despite efforts from Lamar Stevens and Jaren Jackson Jr., who scored 17 and 15 points respectively, the Grizzlies were unable to mount a comeback against the determined Nets.