Memphis Grizzlies Recall James Ennis, Jarell Martin and Russ Smith from Iowa Energy
Des Moines, Iowa - The Memphis Grizzlies recalled forward James Ennis, forward Jarell Martin and guard Russ Smith from the Iowa Energy, Grizzlies General Manager Chris Wallace announced today. All three players were assigned to Iowa earlier today.
Ennis completed his fourth assignment with the Energy, while Martin and Smith completed their first this season.
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