The Memphis Grizzlies laid the groundwork for their next season before the lockout started. Among the offseason business, the Grizzlies set to work locking up players for the future. To start, Grizzlies general manager Chris Wallace gave a four-year contract to Zach Randolph. Next, Wallace handed Rudy Gay a five-year deal. Then, Wallace exercised the the third-year option on guard Sam Young.
Still, the Grizzlies have more players to sign once the lockout ends—and if it doesn't wipe out the season. Marc Gasol and Hamed Haddadi are restricted free agents. Shane Battier is an unrestricted free agent. Wallace has made qualifying offers to Gasol and Haddadi.
What are the chances of these three re-signing?
Read along to find out.