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Trade Winds Still Blowing for Grizzlies

The Trade Winds are Blowing on the Grizzlies Future in the NBA Trade Market.

With the Deadline rapidly approaching next week and one BIG deal already done....word throughout the league is the Grizzlies are ANYTHING BUT done wheeling and dealing..

Next on the move after Pau Gasol's departure...shooting guard Mike Miller, point guard Kyle Lowry, and..if at all possible, forward Brian Cardinal.

ESPN.com reports the Nuggets, Bulls, Sixers, Heat, Warriors and Nets are among the teams looking at acquiring Lowry...

The 24th overall pick in the 2006 draft, Lowry is said to be expendable after the Grizz acquired guard Javaris Crittenton in the Gasol trade with the Lakers.

The Grizzlies are also fielding offers for Miller, who's having one of his best seasons at 17-points, 6.6 rebounds and almost 4-assists...

Miller is has 2-years and about $19-Million dollars left on his contract.

but the team is trying to include little used and heavily compensated Brian Cardinal in any deal for Mike.

Cardinal has 2-years and more than $13-Million left on HIS pact.

A move could be made for Top Free Agents, expiring contracts, or draft picks.

ESPN.com reports the Grizzlies want at least 3-First Round picks in this summer's Draft.

The NBA Trade Deadline is February 21st.

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