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Tue. July 15, 2014 | STATS
News: Miller has agreed to a $5.5 million, two-year contract with the Cavaliers, re-uniting the sharpshooting forward with LeBron James, his former teammate in Miami.
Impact: Miller was teammates for three seasons with James in Miami. Last season, Miller played in 82 games for Memphis. He shot 46 percent (107 of 233) on 3-pointers.
Tue. July 15, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Calathes' contract with the Grizzlies was guaranteed for $800,000 this season, Yahoo! Sports reports.
Impact: Calathes will remain in Memphis against his own will, as the point guard reportedly had an offer to play in Greece for $6 million this season. Unfortunately, the Grizzlies couldn't find a suitable replacement for Calathes, who averaged 4.9 points and 2.9 assists in 17 minutes per game as a rookie last season, preventing them from letting him walk. Additionally, Calathes will now be forced to begin this season completing the 20-game suspension he received toward the end of last season for violating the league's drug policy. In all, the 25-year-old Calathes got the sour end of this deal and will consequently remain a reserve guard for the Grizzlies.
Tue. July 15, 2014 | STATS
News: The Memphis Grizzlies have signed guard Beno Udrih to a multiyear contract. The Grizzlies announced the deal Tuesday. Terms and length of the contract weren't disclosed.
Impact: Udrih, 31, averaged 4.9 points, 1.4 rebounds, 2.8 assists and 15.7 minutes in 41 games with the New York Knicks and Grizzlies last season. He played 10 regular-season games for the Grizzlies, who claimed him off waivers on Feb. 27. In the Grizzlies' Western Conference playoff first-round loss to Oklahoma City, Udrih averaged 7.9 points, 1.7 rebounds, 1.7 assists and 16.4 minutes.
Mon. July 14, 2014 | STATS
News: The Grizzlies introduced Carter on Monday after signing him to a reported three-year, $12 million contract. The Grizzlies have reached the playoffs the past four seasons, losing in the Western Conference finals in 2013.
Impact: Carter, heading into his 17th NBA season, doesn't consider age a big issue anymore. Carter said Monday he sees plenty of weapons in Memphis and hopes he can help get the Grizzlies over the hump in the playoffs.