Memphis Grizzlies Player Previews
Don't be surprised if Jordan Adams finds himself earning some meaningful minutes during stretches of the 2015-16 season.
Memphis doesn't need Brandan Wright to be a superstar; they need him to back up a superstar, and he has all the qualities to be able to do it.
Q-Pon's professional life the past 16 months has had its ups and downs, to say the least. In 2014-2015, in order to right the ship and return from injury strong Q must get back to the skill set that brought him to the dance in the first place.
The Memphis Grizzlies love a reclamation project, so it's not really a surprise that they signed Michael Beasley to a non-guaranteed deal. But is this one too many reclamation projects?
He's one of Wisconsin head coach Bo Ryan's favorite players. Wisconsin standout Frank Kaminsky wants to be him. He has the knowledge, skill-set fundamentals, and athleticism to compete at the NBA level. Will Jon Leuer prove it this season?
The impact Jordan Adams has in Memphis this season likely has little to do with his own preparation for his rookie campaign. While the roster ahead of him is veteran and sound, he would be wise to be ready for whatever opportunity comes his way.
Preseason basketball is about a month away, and as we approach the beginning of the 2014-2015 NBA season Grizzly Bear Blues will be profiling each member of the Memphis Grizzlies' Roster. First up? The starting Point Guard, Mike Conley.