Grizzlies not shopping Dillon Brooks

Grizzlies not shopping Dillon Brooks

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Grizzlies not shopping Dillon Brooks

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I wouldn’t say Memphis is shopping Dillon Brooks. He’s a good defender who has become a consistent scorer at 16-17 points per game over the past two seasons. Brooks is only owed $12.2 million this season, and his contract declines to $11.4 million next season. He has a good relationship with franchise cornerstone Ja Morant too. I’d say teams have interest in Brooks, and he could be part of a bigger trade package if Memphis tries to land a star, but he’s not being shopped. 

Source: Michael Scotto @ HoopsHype

What’s the buzz on Twitter?

Michael Scotto @MikeAScotto
What are the futures of Kevin Love, Eric Gordon, Robert Covington, and Dillon Brooks? Who could join the Lakers? What are trade possibilities for the Celtics and Pacers? Answers on the @Jorge Sierra podcast with @Yossi Gozlan and me. hoopshype.com/lists/podcast-…11:02 AM
Joe Mullinax @sbnGrizzlies
On this week’s edition of “The Long View,” @PAKA_FLOCKA has @kelwright of @grindcitymedia on to talk about Dillon Brooks, areas of improvement, and expectations for the ‘21-22 season grizzlybearblues.com/2021/9/16/2267… pic.twitter.com/HsVEyrVfF98:15 AM

More on this storyline

Before acquiring Nance, the Trail Blazers also had an interest in Grizzlies guard Dillon Brooks, sources said. -via The Athletic / September 3, 2021
Keep an eye on Detroit and Memphis. Both teams have too many guaranteed contracts. They need to fix that. Sources say Grizzlies small forwards Dillon Brooks and Kyle Anderson are available for the right price. The Pistons are expected to look at dumping either Jahlil Okafor or 2019 No. 15 pick Sekou Doumbouya. Atlanta’s Cam Reddish has been a Cleveland front-office favorite since the 2019 draft. They’ve been in contact with Atlanta about him — even though the price remains high. -via Cleveland Plain Dealer / August 22, 2021

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