Grizzlies 98, Trail Blazers 81: Zach Randolph totaled 23 points and 10 rebounds, setting a franchise record with his 190th double-double, as visiting Memphis roared past Portland.Randolph's effort broke Pau Gasol's previous mark of 189 career double-doubles for the Grizzlies, who won their fourth straight on the road and moved to 8-1 in their last nine games. Mike Conley added 19 points and a game-high seven assists, Marc Gasol finished with 15 points and eight boards and Courtney Lee scored 12 points for Memphis, which shot 51.8 percent.LaMarcus Aldridge's 27 points and 16 rebounds were a rare bright spot for the Trail Blazers, who have lost four of their last six and have gone dreadfully cold from 3-point range in the same stretch. Damian Lillard added 16 points for Portland, which missed its first 12 attempts from beyond the arc and finished 4-of-24 to fall to 26.8 percent from behind the arc in the six-game span.Memphis enjoyed a fast start thanks to Conley and Randolph combining to score the game's first 10 points en route to a 31-22 advantage after the opening frame. Mike Miller drained a pair of 3-pointers to bookend a 12-7 spurt at the start of the second quarter as the Grizzlies would go on to extend their first-half lead to as many as 18 before Portland cut it to 61-46 by halftime.Memphis continued its dominance after the break, imposing its will in a 20-12 third quarter while Aldridge and Robin Lopez accounted for the stanza's only points for the Trail Blazers, who made just 4-of-21 from the field in the period. A combined four-point play from Lillard and Meyers Leonard opened the fourth quarter to spark a 7-0 run from Portland but the Grizzlies answered with an 8-3 surge to effectively put the game away. GAME NOTEBOOK: Memphis has defeated the Blazers in four straight meetings, including three in a row in Portland. ... Aldridge moved past F Cliff Robinson for third place on the Trail Blazers' all-time scoring list. His 10,418 career points trail only Gs Clyde Drexler (18,040) and Terry Porter (11,330) in franchise history. ... The Grizzlies' 61 first-half points marked a season-high.