The Memphis Grizzlies enter the 2012-13 season with exactly what they want and need. They have a sound lineup with at least two strong scorers and three top-five players at their positions. Aside from those three, they have a promising point man and a 2 who provides excellent defense.
Going two deep, the Grizzlies have ample depth. At each position, this scrappy team has at least decent backups. The guard positions and the power forward position are stocked with talent. This was shown when Darrell Arthur broke his leg and Marreese Speights was immediately ready to step in as the backup.
Depth was a point of pride for the Grizz last season, and it's even better this year. Grizzlies backups, such as Speights, Jerryd Bayless and Josh Selby, will provide plenty of scoring.
Read along to see just how good the Grizzlies look going two deep in their rotation. Following are grades for each position going two deep.