This won’t be Jevon Carter's first stop in Grind City. His mother grew up in Memphis and he went to Grizzlies games as a child.
Grizzlies GM Chris Wallace thinks Jaren Jackson Jr. has potential to become franchise’s best defender yet
by: Rexwell Villas — Clutchpoints 20h
The Memphis Grizzlies sound very much convinced that they spent their first-round pick in the draft on a future star – at least that’s what general manager Chris Wallace’s level of confidence is on Jaren Jackson Jr., whom Memphis took as the fourth...
by: Sports Illustrated — Yahoo Sports 5h
The Crossover TV NBA Draft Extravaganza guys react to the Memphis Grizzlies taking Jaren Jackson Jr. with the 4th pick of the 2018 NBA draft.
by: Evan Barnes, Memphis Commercial Appeal — The Commercial Appeal 21h
Memphis Grizzlies select West Virginia guard Jevon Carter with the No. 32 pick in the second round of the 2018 NBA Draft
by: Kevin Lipe — Memphis Flyer: Beyond The Arc 21h
The Grizzlies have selected West Virginia guard Jevon Carter with the 32nd pick in the 2018 NBA Draft. Carter was on many people's draft boards...
by: Jack Noonan — SB Nation: Grizzly Bear Blues 22h
Grit and Grind is all you need to know about this kid.
by: Christian Dudley — Fansided: Beale Street Bears 23h
The Memphis Grizzlies received their opportunity on the clock in the first round of the 2018 NBA Draft. Did they make the right choice? The pick is in! The...
by: AP — Fox Sports 22 Jun
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) The Memphis Grizzlies have selected forward Jaren Jackson Jr. of Michigan State with the fourth overall pick in the NBA draft.
by: Dane Belbeck — The Score 22 Jun
With the No. 4 pick in the 2018 NBA Draft, the Memphis Grizzlies selected Michigan State forward Jaren Jackson Jr.While Jackson didn't exactly light the world on fire in his one season at Michigan State, his skill set makes him a safe pick. He's also one.
by: alec.Brzezinski@performgroup.com (Alec Brzezinski) — Sporting News 22 Jun
The Grizzlies convinced Jackson he could be an integral part of their roster before selecting him No. 4 overall.