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The Plan For the Grizzlies

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Looks Brian Davis and Christian Laettner
are looking to cut labor costs
as a key part of their plan to make money
with the Grizzlies, assuming the sale goes through. They argue that the
potential revenue sources are pretty much maxed out and cutting salaries is the
best way to become profitable.

Could be. Laettner must have a good idea of who can do what and what it
takes to compete. On the other hand, though, once you identify underpaid
talent and highlight those players, they're going to get higher offers.
Which means you have to offer long-term contracts. Which means you better
be pretty sure about who you sign!