Player News - Grizzlies

Date: Team: Pos:

Jordan Adams "isn't expected to play for the Griz for a second straight season," according to Ronald Tillery of the Commercial Appeal.

Adams underwent a lateral meniscectomy on his right knee in August of 2015, and he's been battling with nothing but complications since. He's not expected to be able to participate in training camp and both the player and the team remain in an uncertain waiting game. Obviously, he's not on any fantasy radar.
Sep 24 - 5:14 PM

Jordan Adams (knee) won't be ready for training camp and will not participate in the preseason either.

Adams underwent cartilage transplant surgery in his right knee back in June, and while he's "progressing as expected," he hasn't been cleared for court activity yet. He currently has no timetable for a return and will be reevaluated on a weekly basis. The 22nd pick in the 2014 draft will hopefully be able to get his career on track once he's finally healthy, but we're not projecting a significant role for him this season.
Source: NBA.com
Sep 22 - 9:27 AM

Deyonta Davis (foot) will be limited heading into training camp and the preseason and will be reevaluated weekly.

"I’m feeling great," Davis said. "I’m taking this process one step at a time, trying to rest my foot and I’m looking forward to a great season." The rookie has been dealing with plantar fasciitis in his left foot and has been rehabbing all summer, so it's a concern that he's not 100 percent yet. The Grizzlies won't rush him back and they have plenty of quality frontcourt depth, so Davis isn't on the fantasy radar in most leagues.
Source: NBA.com
Sep 22 - 9:21 AM

Jarell Martin (foot) has been cleared to resume full court activities heading into training camp and the preseason.

"My summer has been going really well. I’ve been going to the gym four days out of the week putting in a lot of work," Martin said. "Rehab has been going great and my foot feels 100 percent so everything is on track right now." He underwent a procedure to alleviate left foot soreness back in April, but it sounds like he won't be limited at camp. Martin has a lot of competition for minutes in Zach Randolph, JaMychal Green and Deyonta Davis, and it would make sense for the Grizzlies to use Chandler Parsons at the four as well. Martin isn't on the standard-league radar.
Source: NBA.com
Sep 22 - 9:14 AM

Grizzlies big man Brandan Wright (sprained right MCL) has been fully cleared for training camp.

Last November, Wright exited with what the Grizzlies called "right knee tendinitis," but five weeks later he had arthroscopic surgery. When he returned to action in late February, he lasted only five game before suffering a season-ending MCL sprain in the same knee. Despite his per-minute upside, Wright's injury history and backup role ensure that he'll go undrafted in standard leagues.
Source: NBA.com
Sep 22 - 12:30 AM

Mike Conley (left Achilles tendinitis) has been cleared for full activities during the Grizzlies' training camp.

Conley's injury forced him to miss the final 21 games of the regular season, as well as the Grizzlies' four-game sweep vs. the Spurs in the playoffs. He didn't need surgery and was inked to a massive five-year, $153 million deal this summer, with the expectation that he'll assume a larger offensive role in a faster-tempo team under coach David Fizdale. After a disappointing campaign, Conley is poised for a bounce-back in 2016-17.
Source: NBA.com
Sep 21 - 11:58 PM

Marc Gasol (foot surgery) has been cleared for full activities during the Grizzlies' training camp.

Gasol had a fractured navicular bone in his right foot, a serious injury for any big man, but he's been ramping up his workouts under strict medical supervision. "I feel really good, lots of energy," Gasol said. "The doctors and everyone think my body’s going to hold up tremendously - even better than before the injury. That gives me a lot of confidence." An injured player expressing optimism is nothing new, but Gasol has enough proven upside to be worth a look in the middle rounds of most drafts.
Source: NBA.com
Sep 21 - 11:53 PM

Chandler Parsons (right knee) will be limited heading into the Grizzlies' training camp and preseason.

Parsons is "participating in limited court activity" and will be re-evaluated weekly. He radiated optimism in a recent interview, saying that he was "building up that strength [in his knee] and getting more comfortable with it," but this is still an unnerving report for fantasy owners leery about his durability. His potential top-40 upside is diminished by two straight seasons marred by knee surgery, resulting in a quintessential risk-vs.-reward pick late in the middle rounds.
Source: NBA.com
Sep 21 - 8:37 PM

P.J. Hairston recently had a workout with the Nets.

Hairston may be able to turn this workout into a camp invite, but even if he does make the regular-season roster, his fantasy value would be more or less non-existent in Brooklyn. The Nets also reportedly brought in Jorge Gutierrez and Kendal Marshall for workouts, although with five point guards already on the roster going into camp, it would be surprising to see those guys earn a camp invite.
Sep 20 - 4:58 PM

Deyonta Davis (plantar fasciitis) is currently limited to strength and conditioning as well as rehab.

Davis has plantar fasciitis in his left foot that forced him to miss summer league, and it's concerning that he's still limited two months later. We're considering him a question mark for training camp. Even if healthy by the time the action rolls around, Davis will be behind in his development and buried on the depth chart.
Sep 17 - 3:47 PM

Jarell Martin (foot) has been cleared for full basketball activities.

Martin has been participating in full for the last two weeks, and that's a very positive development considering he underwent foot surgery after being drafted in 2015, suffered a bone bruise and then required another surgery that ended his rookie season prematurely. It should go without saying that the second-year pro is nowhere close to being on the fantasy radar.
Sep 17 - 3:44 PM

According to Ronald Tillery of The Commercial Appeal, there are no indications that the Grizzlies want to part ways with Vince Carter.

Per Tillery, the franchise can still decide whether to keep the future Hall of Famer at $4.2 million for the 2016-17 season or cut him and pay just $2 million. Carter, with his shot-making and basketball IQ, is expected to remain on the roster despite the presence of swingmen D.J. Stephens and Tony Wroten in training camp. Carter, even if he does make the final 15-man roster, will have minimal fantasy value this season.
Sep 17 - 11:41 AM

Marc Gasol (right foot) has been cleared to play after recovering from a broken right foot.

He is expected to be a full participant for training camp in a couple weeks. The 31-year-old big man suffered his season-ending injury in February and has been rehabbing for most of the offseason. While he will be active, the team will proceed with caution for their star center, especially with the history of bigs recovering from foot fractures. There's a lot of risk here, but Gasol is worth it in the early middle rounds.
Sep 16 - 2:31 PM

Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel believes that Cleveland could be an option for Mario Chalmers.

With Mo Williams contemplating retirement, the Cavaliers could use another PG with only Kyrie Irving and Kay Felder currently on the roster. Chalmers was cleared to return to the court in late August after suffering an Achilles tear in March, but it's unclear when he will be 100 percent. Norris Cole could also be an option for the Cavaliers, but this is mostly speculation.
Sep 11 - 9:44 AM

The Grizzlies indicated in a recent press release that Marc Gasol (foot) will participate in a full-team scrimmage on October 1.

There hasn't been much information on Gasol's recovery from a mid-foot fracture that ended his 2015-16 campaign 52 games into the season, but if he is a full participant during the Open Practice on October 1, that would be a very positive sign regarding his outlook for the upcoming season. Thus far, all we know is that Gasol's foot has been "healing as expected," and that he's gone through some half-court sets with his former Spanish club. However, until we see him on the court, he's going to be an extremely risky guy to spend a draft pick on.
Sep 7 - 12:18 PM


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