The Memphis Grizzlies set multiple franchise records in their dominant 39-point victory over the Atlanta Hawks.

Per the Grizzlies PR, the team’s 127-88 victory on Monday is the second-largest margin of victory in franchise history. On the road, it is their biggest win ever.

In addition, a total of nine players scored in double figures — the most in franchise history. Gorgui Deng led the team with 17 points, followed by Josh Jackson with 16, Tyrus Jones and Jonas Valanciunas with 15 apiece, Ja Morant and Dillon Brooks with 13 each, Anthony Tolliver with 12, De’Anthony Melton with 11, and Josh Konchar with 10.

Finally, the Grizzlies set the most bench points in regulation in franchise history with 72. The 2006 and 2007 bench squad also dropped 72 points but needed extra time to do it.

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The Grizzlies currently sport a 30-31 record for eighth in the Western Conference. They are peaking at the right time with less than 30 games remaining in the regular season.

Memphis is 3.5 games ahead of the ninth-seeded Portland Trail Blazers. The odds seem to be in their favor, as the Blazers are still without star guard Damian Lillard. However, anything can happen in the NBA and Taylor Jenkins and Co. need to keep the pedal to the metal if they want to enter the postseason.

In the event that they do qualify for the playoffs, it will be their first appearance since the 2016-17 season. In addition, a postseason berth is a clear sign that the team is trekking the right path in the long rebuilding process.

Certainly, this season is just the start of a new era in Grizzlies basketball.