Martin shot 8 of 11 from the field, including 4 of 5 from behind the 3-point arc. Patrick Patterson added 17 points.
Randolph gave Memphis a slight scare with 10:38 remaining in the third quarter when he came down awkwardly on Asik's foot. Randolph limped off the court and was grimacing in pain, but following a timeout, he stayed in the game.
Houston shot 70.6 percent during the third quarter and used an 18-9 run to extend its lead to 12 at 85-73 with 10 seconds remaining in the quarter on three Delfino free throws. Douglas had seven points in the run and Delfino added six points.
With 10:05 left in the fourth, there was a six-minute delay as the horn continued to blare throughout the arena. Game officials got the horn turned off and used airhorns the remainder of the game.
The San Antonio Spurs were in rare form in their demolition of the Oklahoma City Thunder on Saturday, but they refuse to rest on their Game 1 showing.
A disappointing 32-point loss for Oklahoma City in Game 1 of its series with San Antonio leaves the Thunder searching for answers.
When asked how he felt after Game 1 against the Spurs, Kevin Durant simply responds "I'm not telling you." When prodded a little more, he adds that they just need to move on to the next matchup instead of focusing on this one.