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Memphis Grizzlies Rumors & News
Beyond The Arc | Memphis Flyer Jul 16, 2014
The Grizzlies have had a fairly successful (if rather uneventful) free agency period thus far. Re-signing Beno Udrih for a 2-year deal and bringing in Vince Carter for a 3 year, $12 million deal (with a partial guarantee the third year, when Carter will be 40) may not have been the flashiest thing that's happened this offseason, but in lieu of making a splash, the Grizzlies have opted to tweak the roster they've got at the moment and quietly make subtle upgrades while keeping themselves flexible for next summer, when Marc Gasol will be a free agent and the Grizzlies will only have...
Vince Carter sat at the lectern and held up his No. 15 jersey and said the sort of things a smooth 37-year-old veteran of the league would say at such an event.
Vince Carter: 'I feel I have a lot in the tank.'
Memphians hate to see Mike Miller leave the Griz. They appreciate his contributions on and off the court. They appreciate, particularly, the way he became invested in the community.
In this post-free agency Pick-and-Pop, Chris Herrington looks at the Vince Carter and Beno Udrih contracts, the shifting Western Conference landscape and more.
In the interest of full disclosure, I have to tell you about the jersey hanging on the wall inside my Mud Island apartment.
Free-agent swingman Mike Miller took to Twitter late Friday night to reveal that he will not play for the Grizzlies next season, and it wasn’t his decision.
Grizzlies draftees Jordan Adams and Jarnell Stokes closed out a strong summer league session.
Griz rookies Jordan Adams and Jarnell Stokes look solid, as do Elfrid Payton (Magic) and Mitch McGary (Thunder).
With Beno back and Johnson gone, Griz fans wait to see what will happen with Miller.
The Slovenian point guard is happy and grateful to stay in Memphis.
For Miller, the length of contract -- not price -- is the key issue. Plus: Mike Conley's wedding.
Veteran forward Zach Randolph will celebrate his new Grizzlies contract Friday afternoon the with a group of local day campers.
Could the likes of Terence Jones be had at rock-bottom prices?
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