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Memphis Grizzlies Tickets – On the Comeback Trail

Memphis Grizzlies tickets have seen their share of problems. Now under new management from the top down the Grizzlies franchise has set out to make things better. Not an easy task in the NBA but they’ve gotten off to a good start. Drafting Mike Conley Jr., the point guard fromOhioState, bringing Juan Carlos Navarro, and hitting the free agent market with Darko Milicis, Casey Jacobsen, and Andre Brown is a good beginning. With Pau Gasol seemingly the last remaining member of the Grizzlies still hanging around, Grizzlies ticket now set out on the long path back to the NBA Playoffs.

Analyzing the New Memphis Grizzlies

PauGasol – Grizzlies ticket holders missed this guy for 22 games last season. They also got pretty upset when he asked for a trade. Now thatMemphishas shown they’re serious about putting together a team Gasol appears to be more content. Word is he’s working hard and if he can match last year’s season ending performance fans will forgive his transgressions.

Darko Milicic – The 7-foot center is coming off of a year that saw him put up career numbers after consistently underperforming for years. The hope is that in Head Coach Marc Iavaroni’s defense heavy system Milicic will thrive. On offense Pilicic should be playing the high post and getting some shots.

Juan Carlos Navarro – Coming out of Spain as one of the most highly regarded guards Navarro pays added dividends in keeping Gasol happy. He’ll share time though with Mike Miller.

The Others – Hakim Warrick filled in for Gasol when he was hurt and looks like a winner. Mike Conley Jr. is young and fast and should blend in with the fast paced offense the Grizzlies will run. Over time he could take over the top spot from Kyle Lowery.

Memphis Grizzlies Tickets – Setting the Bar

While every team talks of making the NBA Playoffs the Grizzlies should be happy with just establishing some momentum and winning a few more games than they did last season. 30 to 35 games would be a major improvement and set things up nicely for more progress down the line. Grizzlies tickets holders, you’ve got brighter days ahead.  

Memphis Grizzlies News
Owner promotes Wexler to president of business ops - Fresno Bee

Owner promotes Wexler to president of business ops
Fresno Bee
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Grizzlies controlling owner Robert Pera has promoted Jason Wexler to president of business operations for the team and FedExForum. Pera said in a statement Wednesday that he and Wexler share a clear vision for growing the Grizzlies' ...

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Grizzlies owner promotes Wexler to president of business ops - WTVA

Grizzlies owner promotes Wexler to president of business ops
WTVA
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) - Grizzlies controlling owner Robert Pera has promoted Jason Wexler to president of business operations for the team and FedExForum. Pera said in a statement Wednesday that he and Wexler share a clear vision for growing the ...

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Ed Davis believes he will have bigger opportunity with Los Angeles Lakers than ... - Los Angeles Daily News

Ed Davis believes he will have bigger opportunity with Los Angeles Lakers than ...
Los Angeles Daily News
... two seasons with Memphis, a drop off when he netted a career-high 9.7 points and 6.7 rebounds in 24.5 minutes in his third season in Toronto. Davis also found himself stuck behind a bloated Grizzlies frontline in All-Stars Marc Gasol and Zach Randolph.

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Grizzlies owner promotes chief operating officer Wexler to president of business ... - The Tribune

Grizzlies owner promotes chief operating officer Wexler to president of business ...
The Tribune
MEMPHIS, Tennessee — Grizzlies controlling owner Robert Pera has promoted Jason Wexler to president of business operations for the team and FedExForum. Pera said in a statement Wednesday that he and Wexler share a clear vision for growing the ...

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Ed Davis officially joins the Lakers' crowded frontcourt - Los Angeles Times

Ed Davis officially joins the Lakers' crowded frontcourt
Los Angeles Times
He was traded in January 2013 to the Memphis Grizzlies for Rudy Gay. Davis fell behind Zach Randolph and Marc Gasol in the rotation. "It definitely was a challenge, but just took it as a learning experience," he said. "Playing behind Z and Marc, they're such ...

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