• Josh Jackson
    SF, Memphis Grizzlies

    Third-year forward Josh Jackson might make his Grizzlies debut when the Grizzlies face the Suns on Tuesday.

    Jackson’s long-anticipated elevation comes in the wake of an injury to second-year wing player Grayson Allen, whom the team separately announced on Monday will be out indefinitely with a hip injury. The Grizzlies had grown satisfied with Jackson’s on- and off-court work but had been reluctant to bring him up without a clearer path to playing time. With Allen out and starting small forward Jae Crowder limited due to knee soreness, the time might have come for Jackson to play again. He deserves a speculative add in deeper leagues until we have a better idea about his role moving forward.

    Source: Daily Memphian