Grizzlies: Mike Conley out another two, three weeks

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The Grizzlies say injured point guard Mike Conley will be out another two to three weeks.

The team said Wednesday before their game in San Antonio that Conley is progressing with therapy and treatment on his sore left heel and Achilles tendon.

Conley has been out since November 13 with the Grizzlies officially announcing he would be benched so he could seek treatment four days later. At the time, the team didn’t know when he would return. They said they would provide an update in the coming weeks.

The Grizzlies said they will have an update on shooting guard Wayne Selden Jr.’s injured right quadriceps in approximately two weeks. Selden has played two games, his last Nov. 15.

But the Grizzlies expect forward Brandan Wright, who has resumed on-court work rehabilitating an injured groin muscle, back within a few games. Wright has missed the last four games.

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