Fresh off of a depressing Game 7 defeat at the hands of the Los Angeles Clippers, the talented Memphis Grizzlies now have to turn their attention to the offseason and decide how to improve the team for the upcoming seasons.
With most of their core intact for the future, there will be some very tough decisions that general manager Chris Wallace may have to make for the future of the franchise.
With that being said, Wallace may have to free up some money as they already have $57.5 million tied into five players for next season, which include: Rudy Gay ($16.5 million), Zach Randolph ($16.5 million), Marc Gasol ($13.9 million), Mike Conley ($7.3 million) and Tony Allen ($3.3 million).
It will be very tough to improve the team on the free agent market and drafting No. 25 in the upcoming draft may not help much either, but there are creative ways to improve the team.
Here's five moves the Grizzlies need to make to be able to contend in the future.