Team RankingPTS/GOPP PTS/G
Southwest Division99.1 (5th)101.3 (2nd)
Western Conference13th4th


Fri Apr 1
L 99 - 95TOR
Sun Apr 3
L 119 - 107at ORL
Tue Apr 5
W 108 - 92CHI
Fri Apr 8
L 103 - 93at DAL
Sat Apr 9
L 100 - 99GS
Tue Apr 12
L 110 - 84at LAC
Wed Apr 13
L 125 - 104at GS
Sun Apr 17
L 106 - 74at SA
Tue Apr 19
L 94 - 68at SA
Fri Apr 22
L 96 - 87SA
Sun Apr 24
L 116 - 95SA


San Antonio43-967-15
New Orleans20-3230-52
Grizzlies' Jarell Martin: Back to full strength
by RotoWire Staff | Special to

Martin (foot) announced on his personal Twitter account that he is 100 percent healed.

Martin underwent a follow-up procedure back in April to further eliminate soreness in his left foot, which costed him the last few games of the 2015-16 playoffs, as well as Summer League play earlier in July. His training camp availability was never in doubt, however, so this news should come as no surprise. Martin will be without restrictions heading into training camp, but is slated to be a reserve option in the Grizzlies' frontcourt this upcoming season, which could limit his minutes. He's coming off a rookie season where he played in just 27 games, posting averages of 5.7 points and 3.2 rebounds over 14 minutes per outing.

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Grizzlies' D.J. Stephens: Signs deal with Grizzlies
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Stephens signed a two-year, partially guaranteed contract with the Grizzlies on Thursday, Shams Charania of Yahoo! Sports reports.

Stephens has played a total of six games during his NBA career, all of which came during the 2013-14 season. He was signed as a training camp body for the Pelicans and Cavaliers during the last two seasons, but ultimately failed to stick on the roster, which will likely be the case again as he heads to Memphis on a partially guaranteed deal. Stephens played three games with the Grizzlies during the Las Vegas summer league recently, posting averages of 10.3 points, 4.0 rebounds and 0.3 assists over 21 minutes per outing.

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Grizzlies' Marc Gasol: Opts out of Summer Olympics
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Gasol (foot) won't suit up for Spain in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Spanish news site ABC reports.

Despite suffering a broken right foot in February that ended up costing him the rest of his 2015-16 season with the Grizzlies, Gasol was hopeful to be healthy in time to suit up for his home country in Rio. The Grizzlies had outlined a 16-week recovery timetable for Gasol following his Feb. 20 surgery, which would have put him on track for full health by early July, but it appears he's still struggling to regain conditioning. In an effort to avoid aggravating the injury, Gasol will hold himself out of the Games and turn his attention toward getting ready for training camp in the fall with the Grizzlies. The organization is hopeful that Gasol will be back to full strength by the time camp begins.

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Grizzlies' Wade Baldwin: Signs partially-guaranteed deal with Grizzlies
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Baldwin signed with the Grizzlies on Monday to a partially-guaranteed deal, Eric Pincus of reports.

Baldwin's contract is structured with a team option in place after two years. He was drafted in an attempt to brace the organization for a potential free agency departure of Mike Conley. Now that Conley has re-signed to a five-year $153 million contract, Baldwin is slotted to be the backup point guard, which could, at least initially, be good for his development and transition into the NBA. He will however, need to compete with former Kentucky star, Andrew Harrison, for minutes, and of note, both Baldwin's and Harrison's trade restrictions will be lifted in August.

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Grizzlies' Deyonta Davis: Lands record deal for second-round pick
by RotoWire Staff | Special to

Davis (foot) agreed to a rookie contract last Sunday with the Grizzlies worth $4 million over three fully guaranteed years, Shams Charania of Yahoo! Sports reports.

The $4 million guaranteed is the most ever for an American-born second-round pick, an honor quite deserving for Davis, a freshman out of Michigan State who was viewed by many as a potential lottery pick before falling out of the first round in the June draft. Davis also benefited from the NBA's rising salary cap to land the bigger guarantee, but the Grizzlies will be able to retain his Bird rights as part of the trade off in his agreement to the deal. The 6-foot-11 Davis is already a formidable shot blocker, but after sitting out the summer league while dealing with plantar fasciitis in his left foot, he may have missed out on some key time to develop his offensive game. As such, Davis could come to training camp a little behind the rest of the Grizzlies' big men and might not crack the rotation until later in the season.

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2015-16 Team Leaders
PPGZach Randolph , PF15.3
RPGZach Randolph , PF7.8
APGMario Chalmers , PG3.8
FG%Zach Randolph , PF47.5
FT%Mike Conley , PG83.4
3P%Matt Barnes , SF32.2
BLOCKSMatt Barnes , SF57
STEALSTony Allen , SG110
MPGZach Randolph , PF29.6
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