Through three quarters, Jeremy Lin wasn’t having a very good game against the Memphis Grizzlies last night, but Lin came up big in the final period. The fourth-year guard scored 14 of his 18 points in the Rockets 100-92 come from behind victory.
Of those 18 points were two pretty-spectacular, very difficult reverse layups.
James Harden hit 22 free throws and scored 27 points to lead the Rockets in their comeback win. Harden became the first player in NBA history to score 27 or more points on less than two field goals.
Zach Randolph was not happy being on the other side of that NBA record.
Terrence Jones contributed 20 points to the Rockets’ cause.