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 MikeCheck: Grizzlies Offseason Outlook – Wade Baldwin IV
 Baldwin is an incredible athlete with great size and natural instincts at the point guard position. When he filled the stat sheet in his Oct. 26 NBA debut against Minnesota with seven points, six assists, five rebounds, three blocks and three steals, his intriguing upside was on full display.
 MikeCheck: Grizzlies Offseason Outlook – Deyonta Davis
 Despite being the first pick of the second round, Davis secured a three-year guaranteed deal from the Grizzlies after playing just one season in college at Michigan State. A recurring bout with plantar fasciitis in his left foot largely played a role in limiting Davis to just 36 games his rookie season.
 MikeCheck: Grizzlies Offseason Outlook – Wayne Selden Jr.
 At 6-5 and a muscular 230 pounds, Selden has the body of a NBA wing player in his prime. Although there are some offensive limitations in his game, Selden can put the ball on the floor, get to the rim and finish with contact and his athleticism especially stands out in transition.
 MikeCheck: Grizzlies Offseason Outlook – Jarell Martin
 Ideally, Martin is skillful and quick enough to beat bigger power forwards, and strong enough to create mismatches against smaller wings. Martin’s continued development this July in summer league could be the next step on a path toward landing a rotation role.
 MikeCheck: Grizzlies Offseason Outlook – Marc Gasol
 Gasol delivered his best, most versatile performances during a mid-December stretch and was named Western Conference player of the week for the second time in his career after averaging 27.3 points, 10 rebounds, 5.3 assists and 1.5 blocks.
 MikeCheck: Grizzlies Offseason Outlook – Chris Wallace
 Wallace, Hollinger and Stefanski signing lengthy extensions sends a message that there will be continuity and clarity among the front-office staff. That’s a solid sign going into what might be the most challenging and difficult offseason of Wallace’s decade with the franchise.
 MikeCheck: Grizzlies Offseason Outlook – Andrew Harrison
 Harrison was an opening-night starter for the Grizzlies, and went on to play in 72 games in what essentially was his redshirt rookie season after spending last year in the D-League.
 MikeCheck: Grizzlies Offseason Outlook – James Ennis III
 Ennis started the final four games of the playoff series against the Spurs and increased his production across the board from the regular season. Memphis coaches often referred to Ennis as a “Swiss Army knife” because of his athleticism and ability to defend multiple positions.
 MikeCheck: Grizzlies Offseason Outlook – Brandan Wright
 There’s no denying that when Wright finally got healthy after coming back from the November ankle procedure, he infused the frontline with a much-needed jolt of energy and athleticism.
 MikeCheck: Grizzlies Offseason Outlook – Chandler Parsons
 The hope internally is that a full offseason for both knees to recover should put Parsons on course to be a full participant when training camp opens in the fall.












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