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Aside from Tony Allen, the Grizzlies have four impending free agents. Only one earned significant minutes throughout the season.
Jerryd Bayless appears to be hitting the open market. According to USA Today, he'll decline his player option. Bayless may be worth keeping if the Grizz can't get an actual pure shooter. He struggled in the first half of the season, but emerged after the Rudy Gay trade, averaging 12.1 points per game after the deal.
However, as Grantland's Zach Lowe noted, he was much less effective when he wasn't playing alongside Mike Conley.
Keyon Dooling played a bit at the end of the regular season before catching significant playing time in most of the postseason games. He scored 13 points against the Dallas Mavericks in the next-to-last game of the regular season. In the playoffs, Dooling averaged 1.9 points on 33.3 percent shooting in 8.1 minutes per game.
He handled the ball as well as Lionel Hollins expected, but it's hard to tell if the Grizzlies—or any team—will give the 33-year-old a call. He's only a caretaker for about 10 minutes per game, and that time would be better used by Tony Wroten.
Restricted free agent Austin Daye has been a fascinating talent for his entire four-year career. He's a long guy who can defend and shoot three-pointers. Daye hit 41.8 percent from long range this season, but made 28.6 percent in the last two months.
Considering that he only showed flashes of potential in his fourth campaign, the former Detroit Piston didn't convince Memphis that he deserves the $4.1 million qualifying offer that would give them the right to match any offer.
Jon Leuer also looks to be a restricted free agent. John Hollinger had been a fan of Leuer, however, the Wisconsin product hasn't received enough love to earn much playing time. He saw 5.1 minutes per game in 19 contests with the Grizzlies, scoring 1.8 points per game.
He averaged nine rebounds per 36 minutes, which might give the Grizz reason to keep him at the end of the bench.