Spurs won’t match Kyle Anderson’s offer sheet from Grizzlies

Ruben Hill
July 9, 2018

While Chicago mulls whether to match or not, the Spurs will also have an interesting decision to make after the Grizzlies came in with an aggressive offer on Kyle Anderson.

Anderson, 24, was a primary target of the Grizzlies and is likely to become their starting small forward.

28th in the National Basketball Association in pace last season - are going after "Slo-Mo" making an offer to restricted free agent to Spurs restricted free agent Kyle Anderson.

The Grizzlies, meanwhile, appear to be intent on injecting more youth into their roster after drafting 18-year-old Jaren Jackson Jr. fourth overall in this summer's draft.

The four-year deal was valued at $37.2 million.

Memphis fell to one of its worst seasons past year after missing the services of their money man in Conley for nearly the entire season due to an injury.

The San Antonio Spurs have 48 hours to match the offer, which includes a 15 percent trade kicker, league sources said.

Now, it's Anderson's time and the Grizzlies had to invest a serious amount in order to secure his services.

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