The biggest question surrounding the Memphis Grizzlies last summer was whether a healthy Jaren Jackson Jr. and another season of player development was enough to push the roster to the top six in the Western Conference.

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They answered that question in 2021-22, finishing with the second-best record in the NBA and a franchise-record 56 wins.

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Now entering the offseason after a six-game loss to the Golden State Warriors in the conference semifinals, the next question is whether this Memphis roster is built for a long playoff run.