Marc Gasol came out firing.

Tony Wroten added to his brief but eye-popping highlight reel.

Even coach Lionel Hollins was up often and on his toes.

The Grizzlies, clearly a distracted and flat team a week ago, suddenly are playing with more bounce. They again turned FedExForum in a playground — this time, using a free-flowing, efficient offense to run the Brooklyn Nets off the court in a 101-77 victory Friday night.

"We are a whole different team when we move the ball," Gasol said after scoring a team-high 20 points. "We're taking shots in rhythm. It doesn't matter who scores. It wasn't anything special."