With the Youth Movement now in place for the Memphis Grizzlies, the teams' oldest player says he's ready to Move on to earn his NBA Keep.
12-year veteran point guard Damon Stoudamire told the Tucson Citizen Newspaper Monday he doesn't want to be part of the tough rebuilding process in Memphis.
Speaking at a Charity Basketball game at his Alma Mater, the University of Arizona, Stoudamire
says he's now healthy after suffering a career threatening patellar Tendon Knee Injury 2 seasons ago...but can -quote- "see the handrwiting on the wall" after the Grizzlies used their last 2 first round picks to draft point guards, Kyle Lowry in 2006, and Mike Conley, Jr., this year.
Stoudamire has 2-years left on a deal that pays him about $4-Million a season..
The 34-year old met this summer with Grizzlies new Coach Marc Iavaroni.
He says he's not demanding a trade, but hopes something can be worked out.