MIAMI -- Dwyane Wade knew during pregame warmups that the Miami Heat were going to have a long night. By the end of the first quarter, the Memphis Grizzlies let everyone else know that Wade was right.
Rudy Gay scored 17 points, Zach Randolph had 14 points and 14 rebounds off the bench, and the Grizzlies put seven players in double figures to snap Miami's 17-game home winning streak by beating the Heat, 97-82, on Friday night.
Memphis led wire-to-wire, the first team to do that on Miami's home floor since Boston on Nov. 11, 2010.
"A great team win from the beginning to the end," said Memphis guard Gilbert Arenas, who scored 12 points. "We played hard. We outplayed them. They missed shots they normally make but we were there for every single one of them."
Mike Conley and Marreese Speights each scored 15, and Marc Gasol and O.J. Mayo added 10 apiece for the Grizzlies, who have won six of eight.
LeBron James finished with 21 points, six assists and six rebounds for the Heat, who failed in a bid to match the franchise's longest home win streak, set in the 2004-05 season. Miami committed 11 turnovers in the first quarter -- its most in any period since Feb. 14, 2006 -- and never recovered.
"When we turn the ball over, we're not that good," James said. "We understand that. We know that. We don't care when we have attack turnovers, guys getting into the lane and trying to make plays for others and make a turnover. We had a few careless ones. We had easy layups, a few crosscourt passes. Just careless."
Wade scored 20 points, Chris Bosh added 19 and Terrel Harris scored 10 for Miami.