Mike Conley scored 27 points as the Utah Jazz beat the Memphis Grizzlies 121-111 in Game 3.

The Jazz now lead the series 2-1.

"Mike was terrific, man," said Donovan Mitchell after the game. "On both ends of the floor. He was Mike Conley. And he always has been for us all year, and he's taken it to an even nother level. And I feel like when you have a guy like that who can handle the ball, who can control the game, as well, it makes my life and my job easier."

The Jazz closed the game on a 14-2 run over the last 4:15 of regulation.

Conley also tied a career-high with seven 3s in the game.

Quin Snyder credited Conley's defense on Ja Morant for turning the game around.

"Obviously, Ja is such a terrific player. I thought really as much as anything, Mike Conley, he was unbelievable. Just his quickness, his presence on the ball," said Snyder.

Conley added that it felt "surreal" playing against Morant and the Grizzlies in Memphis.

"Just seeing a guy that's so talented, he's a young superstar in the league, wearing the jersey that I'm so used to wearing. Getting the cheers from the crowd that I'm so used to hearing. It's surreal. It's like full circle. You never thought that it would be this way."