The Memphis Grizzlies saw a shift in the makeup of their bench after they dealt three role players on Jan. 22. That move meant a few guys would have to step up to make up for the losses.
Marreese Speights' departure meant Darrell Arthur would have to step up and take a larger role as a scorer. Arthur has been a significant scorer off the bench for Memphis, but he'll be called upon to do more with the fourth-year player gone.
Since Speights' floor spacing was one of his major abilities, Arthur's range will become even more important.
The loss of Wayne Ellington worsens the Grizzlies' three-point shooting capabilities. Quincy Pondexter's long-range aim is missed even more now.
Here's a list of what each player will be asked to do since the trade went down, including requests for each of the new Grizzlies.