Grizzlies reportedly making staff changes for next season

Another team in the Western Conference is making changes to its coaching staff.  

The Memphis Grizzlies are reportedly changing up the personnel under head coach Taylor Jenkins, according to a Monday report from Kelly Iko of The Athletic.  

In a staff reorganization for the 2024–25 season, the Grizzlies have let go of multiple assistant coaches, despite the fact that Jenkins will stay in his position.  

The Grizzlies, who were a No. 2 seed in 2022–23, made the move after their miserable 27–55 start to the season. In Jenkins' five seasons as manager, that was by far their poorest result, and they only came away with the No. 9 overall pick in this year's draft.  

The Grizzlies, who were a No. 2 seed in 2022–23, made the move after their miserable 27–55 start to the season. In Jenkins' five seasons as manager, that was by far their poorest result, and they only came away with the No. 9 overall pick in this year's draft.  

Granted, Memphis' dismal season was most likely not the result of a coaching staff mismatch.  

This season, the Grizzlies lost an NBA-high 592 games to injuries, and at one point, their lack of depth led them to start playing some incredibly absurd lineups.    

Despite the disappointing season, the staff also did a good job of turning some of its young players (GG Jackson, Ziaire Williams, and Vince Williams Jr.) into reliable NBA contributors.  

However, the Grizzlies have made a decision.  

Basketball history is replete with cautionary fiduciary tales. There is the Gilbert Arenas contract in Washington, a six-year, $111 million nightmare that ended with him missing nearly the entire season   

Overrated reserves and backup centers like Grant Hill in Orlando and Bill Walton on the Clippers are examples of disastrous contracts brought on by injuries.  

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