MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — Dillon Brooks scored 23 points, Jaren Jackson Jr. added 22 and the Memphis Grizzlies shot better than 50% to dominate the Philadelphia 76ers for a 126-91 victory Monday night.

De’Anthony Melton finished with 15 points and Tyus Jones scored 13 for Memphis, making all but one of his seven shots. The Grizzlies have won eight of their last nine.

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Tyrese Maxey led the Sixers with 23 points, and Charles Bassey added 13. Shake Milton and Tobias Harris ended up with 12 points each as Philadelphia played without center Joel Embiid, a late scratch with right rib soreness.

Part of Philadelphia’s problems were from 3-point range, where it went 4 for 22.

Memphis led by 12 points at the half and stretched the advantage to 82-60 with a 14-4 run to open the third quarter. That was only the start: Memphis was up 101-75 entering the fourth, in part because of Jackson’s 13 third-quarter points, and because the Sixers turned the ball over six times in the quarter.

By that point, Sixers coach Doc Rivers let his reserves close out the game. Memphis’ lead got up to as many as 36 in the fourth.

Both teams shot well in the first half, the Sixers at a 53% clip and Memphis just under 57%. But Philadelphia’s accuracy was offset by eight first-half turnovers; the team averages 12.6 a game.

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TIP-INS

76ers: In addition to Embiid, Seth Curry sat out with right shoulder soreness. … Andre Drummond started his 10th game of the season in Embiid’s spot. Furkan Korkmaz started his sixth game of the season. … Reserve Shake Milton has 10 double-digit scoring games off the bench. … Philadelphia has not won in Memphis since Dec. 26, 2012.

Grizzlies: Have won eight straight in the series. … A number of players were listed as questionable through the day but ended up playing — C Steven Adams (left ankle sprain), F Jaren Jackson Jr. (left knee soreness) and G Desmond Bane (left foot soreness).

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76ers: Host Miami on Wednesday.

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Grizzlies: At Portland on Wednesday.