The Memphis Grizzlies have had just enough success the past two seasons that they are back and craving more.
The franchise that simply wanted to win a postseason game two years ago goes into this season with all five starters back and healthy with enough playoff experience to know how much harder they need to work. Knocking off the No. 1 seed as they did in 2011 against San Antonio is not enough anymore, and neither is landing home-court advantage to start the postseason.
Forward Zach Randolph says the Grizzlies' expectations are high. He says they also know enough to take the season one game at a time and not look too far ahead.
The Grizzlies also want to see if everyone can stay healthy all season.