The Memphis Grizzlies, who spent their first six years in Vancouver, are one of the league's youngest teams.
They are not just one of the youngest, but also one of the least accomplished, having only made it out of the first round of the playoffs four times in their 28-year history.
In fact, they did not win a single game in their first three postseason visits in their history, not until 2011.
Nonetheless, the Grizzlies have one of the strongest young cores in the NBA right now — assuming Ja Morant can right the ship of his troubled off-court life.
Grizzlies teams of the 2020s have a chance to join the organization's list of greatest teams, but for now, these are the 10 best iterations of the franchise most recognized for its grit and grind identity.
Only three years had passed before the Grizzlies opted to reset the clock, officially ending their Grit and Grind era.
But by then, it was clear that the Grizzlies were on the rise, thanks in large part to their great draft hauls in 2018 and 2019,
which included the selections of Jaren Jackson Jr. and Ja Morant as the foundation of their fledgling club.