(Photo : Lachlan Cunningham/Getty Images) SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA – JANUARY 25: Ja Morant #12 of the Memphis Grizzlies celebrates with Brandon Clarke #15 after a basket within the third quarter towards the Golden State Warriors at Chase Center.
The Memphis Grizzlies will enter the 2023-24 NBA season with numerous questions on manpower.
Already coping with the 25-game suspension of Ja Morant, the Grizzlies could also be with out one other participant in Brandon Clarke.
The 27-year-old ahead reportedly underwent a clean-up process on his left Achilles tendon that was reportedly elective and steered by docs, in accordance with Grizzlies common supervisor Zach Kleiman (through Tim McMahon of ESPN when he appeared on “The Hoop Collective” podcast.
It was added, nonetheless, that there’s a likelihood that Clarke may nonetheless return this season. But it from a long-term perspective, Memphis is anticipated to take a cautious strategy on Clarke’s situation. Hence, there’s a likelihood he could sit out the complete 2023-24 NBA season, Sports Illustrated reported.
Steven Adams on the mend
This improvement delivers an enormous blow for the Grizzlies, significantly within the entrance court docket. Steven Adams can also be working his method again from an harm and has already gotten clearance at coaching camp.
However, like Clarke, the workforce shall be conservative so far as fielding within the 30-year-old large man.
The Grizzlies shall be in for a troublesome begin with Morant and Clarke not round to begin the season.
Marcus Smart and Derrick Rose shall be tasked to steer the best way however head coach Taylor Jenkins should present the veteran guards much-needed assist – a minimum of for the primary 25 video games as Morant serves out his suspension.
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