With the Grizzlies solidly in the three seed hunt in the Western Conference with one of the NBA’s youngest rosters, the teams certainly doesn’t need to do much of anything in terms of improvement. Melton is signed to a team-friendly contract, is only 23-years-old, and has displayed an elite ability to play defense the way Grizzlies Head Coach Taylor Jenkins wants. If a team for some reason wanted to throw the Grizzlies a 2nd rounder to take on a player with a $6 million or so price tag in to next season for Culver’s expiring deal? Kleiman has made it clear he loves assets, so I would not remove that from the realm of possibility. With the issues the Grizzlies have in the half court, and from beyond the arc, is it really probable that this Memphis roster as-in can knock of the Suns, Warriors, Jazz, or some other possible surprise in the semifinals? Dillon Brooks will of course help the Grizzlies as the playoffs unfold, and a 2nd round appearance would be a massive success for this team.