And it makes sense given their salary-cap situation that they would keep fighting to be competitive for at least the next few seasons.
"I hadn't been paying attention at all, actually [to any recent trade talk]". "We're going to need good players moving forward".
The Grizzlies' streak of seven consecutive playoff appearances ended last season, and their hopes of launching a new postseason run are all but dashed.
"I don't understand why Mike is in this". For now, let's consider some potentially feasible trade scenarios and the thinking behind them. A deal built around Smith and either Jordan or wing Wesley Matthews would save Memphis $28 million next season and give the Grizzlies a useful prospect at the point. "What I feel inside and how I feel about Memphis and its people, it has nothing to do with the franchise or a temporary thing".
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To start, we must find the trade value of Conley, and we'll do that by looking at trades from the past three seasons to find a trade involving a single player with a similar skill-set and current value among the league's current teams and their wants.
"It was just making us aware that our names would be thrown out there", Conley said. That would give the Grizzlies an opportunity to evaluate Cauley-Stein's fit next to Jackson between now and the end of the season while the Kings make a playoff push with Gasol.
Conley said Tuesday's conversation with Pera was the first time the trade discussion was broached. While the veteran guard realizes a potential move is "part of the business", Conley thought about never leaving the Grizzlies after signing a five-year, $152-million max contract with the club in July 2016. "Right now, I'm just taking it in stride".
These trade returns might be underwhelming for players who are still among the better options at their respective positions, but it's a byproduct of the fact Memphis waited such a long time to try and move them. While Conley is a great player, he did not deserve that contract. "He's consistent, he's professional, he can hit perimeter shots... he's averaging 20 (points) and six (assists)..." They are also either No. 1 or No. 2 in several other all-time Grizzlies categories including points scored (Gasol leads with 11,554), assists (Conley, 4,341), steals (Conley, 1,129), rebounds (Gasol, 5,877) and blocks (Gasol, 1,132). User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this Photograph, user is consenting to the terms and condition of the Getty Images License Agreement.