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Memphis Grizzlies 2014 Offseason Approval Poll

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There's been some adjustments made to the organization this summer. How do you think the Grizzlies did with the moves they made?

Joe Murphy

I'll keep this objective so as to not influence the poll results. Here's a rundown of what's gone down during this offseason for the Memphis Grizzlies.

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May 6th
Memphis enters into a single-affiliation with the Iowa Energy of the NBA D-League.

May 19th
Jason Levien and Stu Lash resign due to complications with Levien's relationship with owner Robert Pera.

May 19th
Chris Wallace is named interim General Manager.

May 28th
Dave Joerger is allowed to interview with Minnesota, but eventually signs a contract extension with Memphis after candid talks with Robert Pera.

June 26th
The Grizzlies draft Jordan Adams at #24 and Jarnell Stokes at #35.

June 29th
Ed Davis is not extended a qualifying offer. Goodbye Big Boss.

July 3rd
Zach Randolph exercises player option and signs 2 year, $20 million extension with the Grizzlies.

July 7th
Memphis signs 1st round pick Jordan Adams in a contract that includes body fat % incentives.

July 11th
The Grizzlies Summer League team competes in the Orlando SL Championship, but fall short of glory.

July 12th
Memphis signs Vince Carter to a 3 year deal, their first move of NBA Free Agency.

July 15th
Memphis re-signs Beno Udrih to a 2 year deal with the MLE.

July 17th
Fan favorite James Johnson signs a 2 year deal in Toronto.

July 22nd
Grizzlies hire Jeff Bzdelick on as an assistant coach to Dave Joerger.

July 23rd
Pera promotes Jason Wexler to President of Business operations in a gesture of empowerment.

July 29th
Chris Wallace has interim GM tag removed and is full GM of the Grizzlies once again.

July 29th
Grizzlies hire Ed Stefanski as Vice President of Player Personnel

July 31st
Memphis rounds out the Front Office and staff with more promotions and hires.

August 18th
Memphis signs 2nd round pick Jarnell Stokes to a 3 year, $2.5 million deal.

August 20th
The Grizzlies announce that 2014 Training Camp will be held in San Diego.

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Do you approve of the Memphis Grizzlies offseason based on the facts presented in this timeline?

In addition to the Approval Poll, go ahead and rank the Grizzlies offseason on a scale of 1-10 in the comments!