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Memphis Grizzlies were one of the most active teams in trading market, giving up several centerpieces of their roster including Jonas Valanciunas.

According to the latest Chris Fedor’s report, they are willing to also part ways with two more starting players for the right price. Namely, Dillon Brooks and Kyle Anderson could be available for the right offer.

“Sources say Grizzlies small forwards Dillon Brooks and Kyle Anderson are available for the right price,” Chris Fedor of cleveland.com wrote in his latest piece.

Brooks made huge strides in the last two seasons as a score and defender, becoming the second most productive player of the Memphis Grizzlies behind Ja Morant.

The Oregon product averaged a career-high 17.2 points in 62 regular season games, helping Memphis to reach the first round of the playoffs.

Kyle Anderson had also a career-year, averaging 12.4 points, 5.7 rebounds and 3.6 rebounds per contest in 69 regular season’s appearances with the Grizzlies.