In a relatively bigger off-season than usual, the Grizzlies did their share of strange moves. It started in drafting Hasheem Thabeet, a player many experts see as a high-risk, high-reward draft pick and one that was extremely disappointing in the Summer League. Next came acquiring Zach Randolph, a talented big man with great stats, but a lengthy track record. Randolph has been heavily criticized for his lackluster defense and cancerous attitude. The Grizzlies looked like they were set for this season, at least in the starting lineup. That is when a new name started buzzing around, NBA All-Star, Allen Iverson. Iverson is arguably the best scoring combo guard in NBA history, but he has lost part of his step that made hi ...
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