In a summer where DeMarcus Cousins signed with the Golden State Warriors, this may be the most surprising move of the summer.
The Memphis Grizzlies — 28th in the NBA in pace last season — are going after “Slo-Mo” making an offer to restricted free agent to Spurs restricted free agent Kyle Anderson.
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“Slo-mo” fits well with either team. He is crafty pick-and-roll ball handler and a long, switchable defender, who averaged 8 points, 5.8 rebounds, and 2.7 assists this past season. His rather unorthodox game doesn’t fit everywhere, but the Spurs and Grizzlies are the two teams where it would work.
Kyle signed a 4-year, $37.2 million deal. Not bad for a guy who was considered by many to be too slow to make it in the NBA. For some highlights of Kyle’s NBA days go here.