MONDAY, 7:40am: Kendall Marshall will also work out for the Grizzlies, Wojnarowski tweets. The former 13th overall pick is coming off a near triple-double in his debut for the D-League affiliate of the Sixers.
SUNDAY, 10:53pm: The Grizzlies are bringing in several guards to workout early this week, including Darius Morris, Reggie Williams, and Seth Curry, sources tell Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports (via Twitter). Memphis has been ravaged by injuries early on in the season, requiring extra depth in the backcourt.
Morris was cut loose by the Sixers earlier this season along with Kwame Brown. The guard, 23 in January, has an offer in hand from Turkey but might be able to ply his craft in the U.S. this season if he can impress Memphis brass.
Williams, 27, was a victim of a numbers crunch in Houston, where the Rockets cut his 50% guaranteed contract at the end of the preseason to get under the 15-man roster limit. He worked out for the Bulls last month but didn’t wind up inking a deal.
Curry, of course, is the younger brother of Warriors star Stephen Curry. The Duke University product is currently with the Warriors’ D-League affiliate in Santa Cruz after missing the cut in training camp over the summer.