The Grizzlies have little time to celebrate and appreciate the best season in this franchise's history after being swept from the Western Conference finals.
The organization faces several major pivotal decisions, including the future of coach Lionel Hollins, free agent Tony Allen and how to handle a couple of burgeoning player salaries.
Guard Mike Conley said Tuesday the Grizzlies got a taste of what they can be with team officials now in position to help improve them for next season.
Hollins already is being mentioned as a candidate elsewhere, and this is the first time the veteran coach has been a hot commodity. He says no team has asked to talk to him yet, but Hollins is hopeful he can reach a deal to stay in Memphis.