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The Week in Review

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It’s July, but activity seemingly never ends in the NBA. For the Grizzlies, there was good news and bad news.

Tyus Jones is back, and Ja Morant signed his max contract. For Memphis fans, that brings a huge sigh of relief.

The bad news: Jaren Jackson Jr. is out four to six months after having surgery to repair a stress fracture in his right foot.

Emoni Bates, who arrived last year to great fanfare, officially closed his brief stay at Memphis when he announced he was transferring to Eastern Michigan. With the 2022-23 roster mostly set, we take a look at the lineup possibilities. — Elaine Sung, sports editor 

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Memphis Grizzlies, Ja Morant agree to max extension By
 
 
Jaren Jackson Jr. to miss 4 to 6 months following stress fracture surgery By
 
 
Emoni Bates' departure shows Hardaway's growth By
 
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Early look at potential lineups for the Tigers By
 
 
Herrington: ‘Quiet’ is an option, but the Grizzlies should try to make a little noise in free agency By
 
 
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Memphis basketball to face Auburn in Atlanta By
 
 

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