O.J. Mayo Remains In Memphis

2:05pm: The Grizzlies didn't like any of the proposed deals and decided not to move Mayo, according to Tillery (on Twitter).

1:05pm: Don't expect a Mayo trade, tweets Alex Kennedy of HoopsWorld, who hears from rival executives that the Grizzlies aren't interested in moving him.

11:34am: The Grizzlies are still "seriously considering" trades involving O.J. Mayo, reports Ronald Tillery of the Memphis Commercial Appeal (via Twitter). As recently as Saturday, we heard that Memphis was unlikely to move Mayo.

The Pacers have long had interest in Mayo, but they probably won't make a deal for him now that they've acquired Leandro Barbosa from the Raptors.

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3 thoughts on “O.J. Mayo Remains In Memphis

  1. jwsox

    Kyle korver and 2 first round picks should get it done for sure. Korvers deal is non guaranteed and the bulls have 2 first round picks. That alone is probably more than above can offer.

    • Chickmagnet910

      Memphis doesnt like dealing with Chicago for some reason. I dont know why teams let players sit on the bench that they dont need instead of getting something for them

      • jwsox

        im noticing that…the bulls happily would have sent their own 1st round pick and the bobcats protected pick, lottery protected this year, top 5 next year unprotected in 2014 and korver and his potentially expiring deal for Mayo…I dont get how they dont make that move…Mayo would be starting for most NBA teams but the Griz seem to want to limit him to a 6th man role its just weird to me


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