Team RankingPTS/GOPP PTS/G
Southwest Division99.3 (5th)105.5 (4th)
Western Conference14th7th


Sat Mar 24
L 93 - 100LAL
Mon Mar 26
W 101 - 93@MIN
Wed Mar 28
W 108 - 103POR
Fri Mar 30
L 97 - 107@UTA
Sun Apr 1
L 98 - 113@POR
Wed Apr 4
L 95 - 123@NO
Fri Apr 6
L 93 - 94SAC
Sun Apr 8
W 130 - 117DET
Mon Apr 9
L 94 - 113@MIN
Wed Apr 11
L 123 - 137@OKC


New Orleans27-2548-34
San Antonio29-2347-35
Grizzlies' Ivan Rabb: Leads team in points, rebounds
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Rabb totaled 17 points (8-12 FG, 1-4 FT), eight rebounds, two assists and a steal across 27 minutes during Tuesday's 94-80 summer league loss to the Kings.

Rabb led the Grizzlies in both scoring and rebounding Tuesday. The second-year forward out of California appeared in 36 games for the team last season, averaging 5.6 points and 4.4 rebounds across 14.3 minutes. Despite some solid summer play, it will be difficult for Rabb to garner a bigger workload this season considering the frontcourt presence of Marc Gasol, JaMychal Green and Jaren Jackson.

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Grizzlies' Jaren Jackson: Solid on boards again Sunday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Jackson pitched in five points (1-9 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 3-3 FT), 10 rebounds, two assists and one block across 22 minutes during the Grizzlies' 86-56 loss to the Magic in a Las Vegas Summer League contest Sunday.

Jackson had averaged an impressive 15.7 points across 25.7 minutes in three games during Utah Summer League play, and he'd followed it up with a solid 12-point tally Saturday in the Grizzlies' Vegas Summer League opener. Sunday's offensive downturn was therefore somewhat of an outlier based on his previous body of work, but the 2018 first-rounder still managed to salvage his final line with strong work on the glass. The 18-year-old should continue seeing a solid workload in Memphis' remaining exhibitions, given that he's in need of plenty of reps after having played just one college season at Michigan State.

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Grizzlies' Jevon Carter: Solid in Sunday's summer league loss
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Carter generated 11 points (4-12 FG, 2-5 3Pt, 1-2 FT) and three rebounds across 22 minutes during the Grizzlies' 86-56 loss to the Magic in a Las Vegas Summer League contest Sunday.

After a paltry two-point effort in the Grizzlies' Vegas opener, Carter bounced back with a much more productive performance Sunday. The 2018 second-round pick will look to continue sharpening his shot, considering he also posted a mediocre 38.0 percent success rate in three games of Utah Summer League play prior to arriving in the Nevada desert.

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Grizzlies' Kobi Simmons: Paces team in scoring Sunday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Simmons offered 15 points (4-11 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 7-9 FT), two rebounds and one steal across 23 minutes during the Grizzlies' 86-56 loss to the Magic in a Las Vegas Summer League contest Sunday.

Simmons averaged an impressive 17.0 points (on 51.0 percent shooting), 2.3 rebounds, 1.7 assists and 1.3 steals across 26.3 minutes in three games of Utah Summer League play, and he'd poured in 12 points in the Grizzlies' Vegas opener. Sunday's effort was therefore his fifth straight solid offensive performance, certainly a welcome sign from a player that flashed some upside while scoring in double digits in three of the last four games of the 2017-18 regular season. Simmons should continue logging robust minutes during his remaining time in Vegas, but he'll likely face a steep climb to playing time during the coming campaign.

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Grizzlies' Kyle Anderson: Officially joining Grizzlies
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Anderson will not have his four-year, $37 million offer sheet matched by the Spurs and become a member of the Grizzlies, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.

It's a somewhat surprising move for the Spurs given how Anderson has been a key contributor for them over the past four years and that the salary is relatively cheap, but nevertheless, Anderson will now officially become a member of the Grizzlies. With that, Anderson is in a great position to be Memphis' starting small forward to open up the season, which will likely send second-year player Dillon Brooks to a role off the bench. Anderson's diverse skill set should also help the team fill a void left by the departure of Tyreke Evans, who served as a primary ball-handler on occasion last season. Expect Anderson's usage to be much higher overall as he joins a less talented Grizzlies team that is in need of plenty of help on the wing.

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2017-18 Team Leaders
PPGMarc Gasol, C17.2
RPGMarc Gasol, C8.1
APGMarc Gasol, C4.2
FG%Tyreke Evans, PG45.2
FT%Marc Gasol, C83.4
3P%Tyreke Evans, PG39.9
BLOCKSMarc Gasol, C101
STEALSMario Chalmers, PG79
MPGMarc Gasol, C33

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