NBA Rumor: David Fizdale Contract

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Former Miami Heat assistant David Fizdale signed a four-year contract worth roughly $10.2 million to become the Grizzlies’ head coach, multiple sources confirmed to The Commercial Appeal. Fizdale is scheduled to earn $2 million in each of his first two seasons and $3 million during his third year. The Grizzlies’ team option for a fourth year is worth $3.25 million. The Griz formally introduced Fizdale on Tuesday as their eighth head coach since the franchise moved to Memphis. Fizdale spent the past 13 years as an NBA assistant coach.

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