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  • Justin Holiday
    G, Memphis Grizzlies

    According to ESPN's Zach Lowe, the Grizzlies have made JaMychal Green, Garrett Temple and Justin Holiday available for trade.

    The Grizzlies added more of their veterans to their big-ticket duo of Marc Gasol and Mike Conley Jr. on the trading block. This signals a thrust towards a complete reset by the team. That means they'll be after picks, making Jaren Jackson Jr. and Kyle Anderson big names to watch post-trade deadline, should the Grizzlies successfully clean house.

    Source: ESPN.com

  • Justin Holiday
    G, Memphis Grizzlies

    Justin Holiday scored 15 points and added two treys, four rebounds and a steal in Friday’s road loss to the Hornets.

    Holiday played 35 minutes and looks to get heavy run with both Kyle Anderson (right shoulder soreness) and Garrett Temple (left shoulder sprain) are out. Both shouldn’t be out too much longer and Holiday’s play since being traded to Memphis makes him only usable in very deep settings.

  • Garrett Temple
    G/F, Memphis Grizzlies

    Garrett Temple (left shoulder strain) will not play on Friday vs. the Hornets.

    With Kyle Anderson (sore right shoulder) also out, it looks like Justin Holiday will get all the run he can. Holiday has been decent, if uninspiring, during his short run in Memphis so far.

    Source: Omari Sankofa on Twitter

  • Justin Holiday
    G, Memphis Grizzlies

    Justin Holiday had one of his worst games of the season on Wednesday in a loss to the Wolves, with zero points on 0-of-10 shooting in 23 minutes of action.

    He added six rebounds and two assists to the stat sheet, but he could not get a shot to fall in this one. Holiday has not been the same player that he was in Chicago, but it is a perfect buy-low opportunity as his value should skyrocket if Mike Conley and/or Marc Gasol are moved.

  • Justin Holiday
    G, Memphis Grizzlies

    Justin Holiday logged a team-high 39 minutes in Saturday's 106-103 win against the Pacers and tallied 16 points, four assists, one steal and one 3-pointer.

    Holiday is averaging 1.7 steals per game over the last week and is a lock for standard-league value. Ever since January 18, he has been averaging 33.2 minutes and that makes fantasy owners delighted for not dropping him when it looked like he would only be averaging 15-20 minutes with the Grizzlies.

  • Garrett Temple
    G/F, Memphis Grizzlies

    Garrett Temple (left shoulder soreness) left Friday’s game and will not return.

    Temple finished with two points, a rebound and a steal in 12 minutes and Justin Holiday’s path to minutes and value just got easier.

    Source: Grizzlies PR on Twitter

  • Garrett Temple
    G/F, Memphis Grizzlies

    Garrett Temple (right heel) will play on Friday vs. the Kings.

    Temple has maintained around top-150 value in 9-cat on the season but has been near the top-200 over the past two weeks as Justin Holiday has gotten more comfortable in Memphis’ offense. He’s simply a deep-league play at this point.

    Source: Omari Sankofa on Twitter

  • Justin Holiday
    G, Memphis Grizzlies

    Justin Holiday logged a team-high 38 minutes in Monday's 85-105 blowout loss to the Pelicans and tallied eight points, three rebounds, two triples and four steals.

    Glaze over the rest of his line if you will and focus on those four steals. Holiday is now averaging 2.8 steals per game over his last five is now back in the standard-league-value range, or at least headed there, on the strength of his recent performances. He's still a steals specialist for now but those full stat lines that he's delivered early in the season could be on the horizon, so a preemptive pickup should be in order here.

  • Justin Holiday
    G, Memphis Grizzlies

    Justin Holiday scored seven points on 3-of-8 shooting (including a three) with five rebounds, three assists and one steal over 30 minutes in Saturday's blowout loss to the Raptors.

    Holiday's line looks a bit better when you look at it next to his teammates' numbers, and with Kyle Anderson out for a bit here he's an easy must-own player in 12-team formats. He'll get a nice ramp to gear up and he has consistently shown that he can put up late-round value in about 26 mpg. For a team that could easily start tanking, this is all great math.

  • Justin Holiday
    G, Memphis Grizzlies

    Justin Holiday dropped a line reminiscent of his better days as a Bull on Friday, chipping in 14 points on 5-of-12 shooting with six rebounds, two assists, two 3-pointers and four steals.

    This is hands down his best outing as a Grizzly. We knew it would be a matter of time before his talent and skills shone through. He's notable for his ability to hit threes and get steals but is also known to, on occasion, fill up the stat sheet with a well-rounded line.

  • Justin Holiday
    G, Memphis Grizzlies

    Justin Holiday will start on Friday vs. the Celtics.

    Holiday started on Wednesday but only played 17 minutes. He's been a horrible fit in Memphis so far (outside the top-300 in 9-cat) so he'll have to string together a few good games in a row to allay owners' concerns.

    Source: Omari Sankofa on Twitter

  • Justin Holiday
    G, Memphis Grizzlies

    Justin Holiday drew the start on Wednesday night but continued to frustrate fantasy owners, logging only 17 minutes but still managing five points, four rebounds, four steals, a block and a 3-pointer.

    Holiday committed a foolish early foul and ended up sitting most of the first half, but he at least managed to round out his box score nicely thereafter. Fantasy owners can take that with them tonight but they were still likely hoping for a steadier performance given the start. 17 minutes won't be enough to cut it on most nights, and although this one had extensive garbage time we'd still like to see more before declaring him must-start once again. If nothing else, Holiday appears to be back on the right track.