Iavaroni: Does He Stay or Does He Go? 

Outside of playoff games themselves, coaching changes -- actual and anticipated -- are dominating NBA news, but things are strangely silent on the Grizzlies' front.

Over the past week or so, everyone I've talked to about this -- both within the organization and tangentially connected -- has echoed a similar take: If Marc Iavaroni was going to be gone, then it would have happened by now. I do think it's likely Iavaroni is retained, but I don't buy this line of argument. I think it’s more valid to spin it around: If Iavaroni was coming back, wouldn’t we know by now? What's Michael Heisley waiting for ...

Read Chris Herrington's thoughts on the Grizzlies' off-season prospects at Beyond the Arc, the Flyer's Grizblog.

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