From the commercialappeal.com:
The Grizzlies' resources for acquiring a shooter may be limited, however, given their reluctance to disrupt their core group and contractual barriers. Second-year guard Javaris Crittenton has been the odd man out in the Grizzlies' backcourt and someone involved in past trade discussions.
Conventional wisdom suggests Crittenton and forward Hakim Warrick, who the Griz didn't offer a contract extension, could be trade bait
I'm still unsure about acquiring a young player that has already been traded in less than a year. But not many contending teams go into the season with only 2 PGs.
The salaries do match: JJ and Cook for Crittenton and Warrick. They get their shooters and we get our PG and a SF/PF. Thoughts?