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Memphis Grizzlies Tickets 2019 Season Outlooks

To say that the Memphis Grizzlies will be hard to recognize this season will be an understatement. Throughout the past decade, players such as Zach Randolph, Marc Gasol and Mike Conley have been pillars in Memphis. For the first time in a while, the Grizzlies will open the season without any of them on their roster. The new era of the Memphis Grizzlies will be led by Jaren Jackson Jr. and Ja Morant. Both were top 5 draft picks in back-to-back seasons, and the guard-forward combo will look to lead the Grizzlies back to the playoffs.

The supporting cast for these future stars will definitely help out the Grizzlies right away.  The Grizzlies have surrounded the studs with players such as Kyle Anderson, Dillon Brooks, Josh Jackson and Jonas Valaciunas. All four have carved out a role for themselves in the NBA and will be able to help the Grizzlies from opening tip. From there, the Grizzlies were also able to acquire veterans such as Dwight Howard and Andre Iguodala. Both players have had illustrious NBA careers and knows what it takes to perform at the highest level. In many eyes, they are past their prime, but they can bring something to this locker room that the rest of the young players can absorb and take with them their whole career. 

Fans who want to get to FedEx Forum this season to support their Memphis Grizzlies should take a look at the schedule and find a game that works for them! The team will be fun to watch so secure your Grizzlies tickets today.

History of the Memphis Grizzlies

The Memphis Grizzlies franchise began as an expansion team north of the border in Vancouver, Canada. The Grizzlies and Toronto Raptors first took the court in 1995 as part of the National Basketball Association's expansion into Canada. From the franchise's first season through 2001 when it subsequently moved to Memphis, the team compiled a record of 101-359. The Grizzlies' struggles were amplified in Vancouver as fan interest in buying tickets began to waver and attendance began to drop. The NBA granted the Grizzlies ownership their request to move to Memphis and began play in 2001. In a new city, the Memphis Grizzlies also brought with them a highly touted center from Spain named Pau Gasol. The seven-foot center was drafted third overall in the NBA Draft and quickly became the first superstar to play for the Grizzlies. For his career in Memphis, Pau Gasol averaged nearly 20 points, more than eight rebounds and three assists per game. In 2006, he became an NBA All Star, the first Spaniard ever to do so. He was also the key piece during the most successful run in Memphis Grizzlies history.

In three seasons from 2003 through 2006, the Memphis Grizzlies finished with a combined record of 144-102, including a 50-win season in 2003-04. In each of those basketball seasons, the team gave their fans the chance to get Memphis Grizzlies tickets in the postseason. Although the team was unable to make it out of the first round, for the basketball-crazy town of Memphis it was a big step forward. The pressure will be on point guard Mike Conley to lead the team to uncharted territory. Marc Gasol is still a pillar of the organization and will have to stay healthy for the Grizzlies to compete in a tough Western Conference. Known mostly for their defense and work ethic, Memphis tried to get younger and more athletic. In 2016 they signed forward Chandler Parsons in free agency to help take some of the scoring load off Conley.

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