The Memphis Grizzlies put on a characteristically hard grind as they began training camp. Veterans, such as Tayshaun Prince and Zach Randolph, went out running. Mike Miller took his fair share of shots. Ed Davis won sprinting heats, as The Commercial Appeal's Geoff Calkins noted (subscription required).
The most noticeable change in training camp from last year is that Dave Joerger is running practices. Nevertheless, he's shown the same intensity as his predecessor, Lionel Hollins, did.
Joerger's primary objective is freshening the offense, but he's also planning improvements on the other end of the floor.
The Grizzlies already are making roster moves. On Sunday, they waived Derrick Byars and Josh Akognon, as The Commercial Appeal's Chris Herrington tweeted.
Follow along for a full breakdown of Memphis' first week of training camp.