The Grizzlies are expected to re-sign Hamed Haddadi within the "next couple of days," according to Ronald Tillery of the Memphis Commercial Appeal (Twitter link). Tillery reported after the Grizzlies finalized their trade for Wayne Ellington that the team would shift its focus to bringing back Haddadi for a salary close to the minimum.
Haddadi, a 7'2" center, has spent his entire NBA career with the Grizzlies, though he's never been a major part of the team's rotation. In four seasons, Haddadi has appeared in just 121 contests, averaging 2.1 PPG, 2.2 RPG, and 0.5 BPG in 6.1 MPG.
Because the Grizzlies hold Haddadi's Bird Rights, the club doesn't necessarily have to sign him to a minimum-salary deal, though he's unlikely to get much more than that. Last December, the 27-year-old agreed to a one-year, $1.3MM contract to remain in Memphis.