The Memphis Grizzlies addressed a need by adding a 3-point shooter on Saturday. According to The Vertical's Adrian Wojnarowski, the Grizzlies acquired Troy Daniels in a sign-and-trade deal with the Charlotte Hornets. Memphis dealt a trade exception to Charlotte and then agreed to sign Daniels to a three-year, $10 million deal.
For seemingly forever, the Grizzlies have been searching for a 3-point shooter that can help stretch the floor and knock down shots from long distance. Daniels can do that, as he shot 48.4 percent from three last season and is a career 43 percent shooter from behind the arc. Memphis also signed Chandler Parsons this offseason, so now they have two legitimate long distance threats.
Daniels has played for three different teams in five seasons and hasn't received that much playing time in any of his stops. But he has a real shot in Memphis as their bench is fairly thin. However overall, Daniels is yet another solid offseason pickup by the Grizzlies, who are slowly solidifying a roster after having a revolving door of players last season.