2016-2017 Memphis Grizzlies Player Grades
After an up and down year, Coach Fizdale captured the Memphis spirit with his epic playoff rant.
The front office is to blame for ten years of mediocre basketball. Grizz Nation should not settle for 7-seeds and demand for next level excellence.
The young center flashed the sort of talent that made him a projected lottery pick.
If healthy, Brandan Wright is a fantastic back-up center for the Grizzlies. But that’s a big if.
Marc Gasol had a season that started off better than anyone could have hoped. But in the playoffs, Gasol failed to shine the way he should have.
Age is catching up, but the signs of a legend are still visible.
JaM continued to impress this season as the starter that never should have been.
It was a mixed bag for James Ennis in his first full season with the Grizzlies
Jarell is still a work in progress.
The lethal shooter that’s a liability on defense.
After forcing his way onto the roster in preseason, Troy Williams fell victim to the Backup Point Guard Curse.
Health was not TA’s strength at the end. But his defense remains close-to-elite.
Old-Man, Still Amazing was a key contributor for the Grizzlies this season
Grading Wade Baldwin IV’s up-and-down rookie season
Douglas was more of a mid-season flop than a mid-season acquisition
The young point guard out of Kentucky had his ups and downs, but overall exceeded expectations.