The Memphis Grizzlies methodically went about their offseason business, re-signing a player here and scooping a player up there. None of the moves were big splashes, but most of them were solid moves to help the Grizzlies' quest of an NBA title.
Memphis made some solid moves to ensure depth in various spots on the bench. Retaining Marreese Speights, Darrell Arthur and Hamed Haddadi sealed up depth in the frontcourt. Signing Jerryd Bayless and drafting Tony Wroten added backcourt scoring off the bench.
What's remarkable about it all is that Griz owner Michael Heisley allowed general manager Chris Wallace to spend beyond the luxury tax to do it all, going against a long-held stance against paying the tax.
Following is a report card grading each of the Grizzlies' offseason moves.