The Memphis Grizzlies might have the third-worst franchise winning percentage, but they have plenty of talent to show forth. A large chunk of that talent is about to bring the Grizzlies to its sixth playoff appearance, all of which came in the last 10 seasons, and likely its highest season winning percentage.
Only two players in franchise history, Marc Gasol and Zach Randolph, have made All-Star appearances, but that understates the amount of talent this franchise has seen. Some, like no-stats All-Star Shane Battier, are difficult to appreciate because of a lack of gaudy numbers.
Others, such as Shareef Abdur-Rahim, didn't get noticed because they played for a doormat team.
Nevertheless, they'll receive their due in this dream team for the Grizzlies, tracking the franchise's proudest members since its birth in 1995.
A couple positions forced this author to make tough choices about the starter.
Follow along to see who cracked the starting lineup and who else rounds out the roster.