|Team Ranking||PTS/G||OPP PTS/G|
|Southwest Division||99.1 (5th)||101.3 (2nd)|
Sun Apr 3
|L 119 - 107||at ORL|
Tue Apr 5
|W 108 - 92||CHI|
Fri Apr 8
|L 103 - 93||at DAL|
Sat Apr 9
|L 100 - 99||GS|
Tue Apr 12
|L 110 - 84||at LAC|
Wed Apr 13
|L 125 - 104||at GS|
Sun Apr 17
|L 106 - 74||at SA|
Tue Apr 19
|L 94 - 68||at SA|
Fri Apr 22
|L 96 - 87||SA|
Sun Apr 24
|L 116 - 95||SA|
Tue Apr 26
Thu Apr 28
Sat Apr 30
Zhelin was selected by the Grizzlies with the 57th overall pick in the 2016 NBA Draft.
The second Chinese center prospect to go in the second round, Zhelin measured in at seven foot, 251 pounds with a 6-foot-11 wingspan at the Nike Hoop Summit in April. Included in his skill set is a jumper out to 18 feet and nice touch inside, but his inexperience may make it difficult for Zhelin to have an impact at the NBA level anytime soon.
Zagorac was selected by the Celtics with the 35th overall pick in the 2016 NBA Draft. He'll be traded to the
Zagorac is a 6-foot-9 wing, who projects as a small forward once he reaches the NBA level. He's got great size for that position to go along with an impressive jump shot, which is a coveted combination. Zagorac has the ability to create his own shots, so he brings more to the table offensively than just a consistent jumper. It remains to be seen if he'll remain overseas for another season as a draft stash or if he'll join the Grizzlies right away.
Davis was selected by the Celtics with the 31st overall pick in the 2016 NBA Draft. His draft rights will be traded to the
Davis was one of the biggest slides in this year's draft, as he fell into the second round after some projected him to go in the lottery. At 6-foot-10 with a 7-foot-2 wingspan, Davis' excellent measurables make him an impressive defender, which was evidenced by his 1.8 blocks per game during his sole season with Michigan State. The youngster still has some work to do offensively and he needs to develop a more consistent jump shot. Don't be surprised if he spends most of his first pro season in the D-League.
Baldwin was selected by the
The Grizzlies' selection of Baldwin indicates that the team brass is perhaps bracing itself for Mike Conley's potential departure in free agency this season. Baldwin provides insurance in the event that their long-time point guard departs for greener pastures, though it's uncertain if he'll be able to contribute much as a rookie. Baldwin possesses a dead-eye shot, putting together a true-shooting percentage of 58 percent in two seasons at Vanderbilt. That efficiency translated on the court, where he averaged 14.1 points, 5.2 assists, 4.0 rebounds, 1.2 three-pointers and 1.2 steals in 30 minutes per game last season.
Adams (knee) will undergo cartilage transplant surgery on his right knee Wednesday, Steve Kyler of Basketball Insiders reports.
Adams has dealt with recurring issues in his right knee, and he underwent surgery in January, ending his season after playing in only two games. This latest procedure will be the third in less than a calendar year, and he figures to miss extended time throughout the summer. The Grizzlies are yet to release a timetable, but it's possible Adams' absence could extend into fall training camp.
|2015-16 Team Leaders|
|PPG||Zach Randolph , PF||15.3|
|RPG||Zach Randolph , PF||7.8|
|APG||Mario Chalmers , PG||3.8|
|FG%||Zach Randolph , PF||47.5|
|FT%||Mike Conley , PG||83.4|
|3P%||Matt Barnes , SF||32.2|
|BLOCKS||Matt Barnes , SF||57|
|STEALS||Tony Allen , SG||110|
|MPG||Zach Randolph , PF||29.6|
|Full Team Statistics|
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