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Grizzled Vet posted a topic in Grizzlies Team TalkPredictions on free agents and other off-season moves? Main free agents of note: Josh Jackson and Anthony Tolliver are UFA, and De'Anthony Melton is RFA. Will Grizzlies draft in first round this year? Currently, they could potentially draft top 4 or no first round pick, nor do they have their own 2nd, but do have Phoenix's 2nd round pick. Also, given the willingness of the FO to deal, who do you predict is not back of players currently under contract? And for those deep in Grizzlies/Hustle fandom: What is status of Yuta and Konchar for next year? Since editing for the title, here are key dates: October 16 is NBA draft October 17 - Deadline for player, team and early termination options; deadline for qualifying offers extended to restricted free agents October 18 is beginning of NBA free agency "conversations" October 19 - Restricted free agents can sign offer sheets; teams can sign rookies, league minimum and two-way deals; rookie options can be exercised October 23 - NBA free agency signing period begins (10 a.m. ET); teams can sign and extend players, plus complete trades; restricted free agent offer sheets can be matched
Memphis Trades: JaMychal Green (7.7 1yr), Ben McLemore (5.4 1yr), Deyonta Davis (1.5 1yr), Andrew Harrison (1.5 1yr), Memphis Receives: Cody Zeller (13.5 3yrs), Josh Jackson (6.0 3 yrs) Atlanta Trades: Denis Schroder (15.5 3yrs) Atlanta Receives: Ben McLemore, Marquese Chriss (3.2 2yrs), Andrew Harrison,, 2019 2nd (PHX), 2020 2nd (CHAR) Charlotte Trades: Cody Zeller, Kemba Walker (12.0 1yr), 2020 2nd Charlotte Receives: Denis Schroder, Deyonta Davis Phoenix Trades: Josh Jackson, Maarquese Chriss, 2019 2nd Phoenix Receives: Kemba Walker, JaMychal Green - MEM gets a solid 3rd big in Zeller who didn't get many mpg last year playing with Howard. He is efficient and productive and can play either frontcourt spot. We also get last year's #4 in Jackson, who had a solid rookie year (13ppg), to be that wing player we are striking out on in FA. The bad news is Zeller's contract escalates (14.4mil in 2019, 15.4mil in 2020), and we are giving up 16mil in expirings. Really we are taking a gamble that Jackson pans out as a star or something close to it. It is hard for us tp attract FAs esp. as long as we have Parsons. We should be taking gambles. - ATL deals the suddenly inconsequential Schroder (Trae Young) for Chriss, two 2nds, expirings, and saving about 5mil this season. Harrison is a decent backup to Young. - CHAR has been looking to deal Walker and make some cap room. They get the salary dump with Zeller, and just replace Walker with a slightly inferior starting-level PG on a good deal. They also get a good low-risk look at Davis. - PHX gets the all-star PG they need, and a very solid PF at the cost of two recent lotto picks. Losing Jackson and Chriss doesn't hurt too much b/c they have Bender (who would also work in this deal if ATL prefers him) at PF, and Warren, Bridges (#10), Ariza at SF and Booker at SG. The risk is that Kemba resigns. If he does they are pretty loaded for a long time. Memphis Grizzlies: Conley, Simmons, Carter Seldon, D. Brooks, M. Brooks Jo. Jackson, Parsons, Casspi Ja. Jackson, Zeller, Martin, Gasol, Zeller, Rabb - This team is very very solid defensively with plenty of shooting. Jackson and Zeller fit with the reGnG identity. If they can get some scoring punch from Parsons the Brooks Brothers and maybe Simmons, they can be very competitive this year. Going forward with the #4 Jackson Bros. is about as promising as we could expect with a middling team with no 2019 1st.