Excuse Austin Daye if he doesn't get too excited. He's been here before. Daye knows what it's like to get off to a good start in new surroundings in the NBA, and then fall by the wayside for various reasons. So when the wiry 6-11 forward buries a 3-pointer — something he's done to the delight of his new frontcourt teammates and Grizzlies fans — Daye almost sheepishly points three fingers to the floor.
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