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Kyle Anderson, trio of backup point guard candidates look to expand the Grizzlies’ playmaking palette

Plus: Yuta Watanabe’s weekend and more notes

During the decade-long Mike Conley and Marc Gasol era, a dearth of three-point shooting elsewhere on the roster has consistently plagued the Grizzlies. Only once in this stretch have the Grizzlies finished in the Top 20 in three-point attempts and only twice in three-point percentage, never higher than 17th on the accuracy front.




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Opinion

By Jennifer Biggs

Another one: David Grisanti's opens in Collierville

No one can complain about lack of new dining, particularly on the East side of the county. Raven and Lily opened in Collierville in August, P.O. Press Public House and Provisions opened last week, Ronnie Grisanti’s at Regalia opened a day before P.O. Press, and now David Grisanti’s is in full swing at the former Ronnie Grisanti’s spot in Sheffield Antiques Mall.

Metro

Business

The Tipping Point: Educators of Excellence honoree Tamera Malone

Growing up in Memphis, Tamera Malone, instructional coach at Gestalt Public Schools, was excited for a fresh start at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. She was making great strides in her pursuit of a degree in political science, which would soon propel her into law school, or so she thought. Then she took a role as an assistant for a college class that would dramatically alter her perspective and plans for the future.

Arts & Culture

Food

Andrew Michael hits 10 years in fine fettle

When the doors of Andrew Michael Italian Kitchen opened in 2008, the owners had a good idea where they’d be in 10 years but we diners did not. What we saw was a cozy Italian restaurant run by two baby-faced kids who surprised us by actually knowing what they were doing.

Neighborhoods

Union Mission building $34M homeless shelter

The city’s largest emergency shelter for the homeless holds a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday for the first phase of a $34 million project replacing its outdated facilities Downtown with a 52,875-square-foot complex.

Suburbs

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