What offseason? 

That’s a question many fans ask as the flurry of tradesfree agent news and player movement seems to never stop during the summer. Since the Golden State Warriors claimed their third title in four years back on June 8, NBA teams have undergone a massive number of changes as they prepare for the season ahead.

With the opening of training camps just around the corner, NBA.com’s Shaun Powell will evaluate the state of each franchise as it sits today — from the team with the worst regular-season record in 2017-18 to the team with the best regular-season record — as we look at 30 teams in 30 days.

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Today’s Team: Memphis Grizzlies.

2017-18 Record: (22-60, did not qualify for the playoffs)

Who’s new:  Jaren Jackson Jr. (Draft), Jevon Carter (Draft), Kyle Anderson (free agency), Omri Casspi (free agency), Garrett Temple (trade), Shelvin Mack, guard (free agency)

Who’s gone:Tyreke Evans, Jarell Martin, Ben McLemore

The lowdown: The 2017-18 Grizzlies would make a terrific verse in a blues song, something about disappointment and soul searching and being down on your luck. They didn’t exactly get their hearts broken and Memphis still loves its only professional sports team.

Yet their seven-year playoff streak ended rather ingloriously due to Mike Conley playing just 12 games because of heel surgery and Marc Gasol delivering a clunker of a season complete with a reported spat that cost David Fizdale his coaching job. The task of keeping the Grizzlies competitive was largely left to a batch of journeymen and unproven young players who simply didn’t bring enough pop, mainly because they didn’t have much of it to begin with. Memphis sifted through 24 players in all last season in an ambitious yet futile talent hunt. The whole year was a total write-off … or, as BB King would say, the thrill was gone.