Xavier Henry, Grizzlies Still Enduring Stalemate

July 28th, 2010 by Del Choc Leave a reply »
Xavier Henry, who the Grizzlies selected a little after 20 minutes into the start of this past June's NBA Draft, still hasn't come to a contract agreement with his new team.

It is widely reported and seems to be an embarrassment for Grizzlies owner Michael Heisley , who wants to make a decency of his financial operation. Quietly shoring up a performance-based policy for newly acquired rookies, Heisley's system has to be met in order for any rookie to receive their full incentives.

Henry's agent, Arn Tellem , who is currently inquiring about opportunities for Tracy McGrady, has admitted to a stalemate with Grizzlies GM Chris Wallace and owner Michael Heisley .

Such assent towards disagreement regarding both parties could draw other options in the coming weeks.

Henry could be traded. Henry could sit out.
The league could get involved. Also formatting Henry's transition was the signing of former Celtic, Tony Allen, literally in the middle of July.

The Chicago native made good of his deserving contract by admitting his interest in securing a bigger role on his new team. "Being in Boston, I was kind of overshadowed by th ...

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