The Memphis Grizzlies have announced that they expect to have second-year forward Jaren Jackson Jr. and recently acquired Justice Winslow back in the lineup within a week.
The Grizzlies are currently holding onto the eight and final playoff spot in a tough Western Conference, with only four games in the loss column separating them from the Pelicans and Kings for that final playoff spot.
Injuries have been an issue all season for Winslow.
He has only seen action in eleven games all season and has yet to join his new team on the floor after being traded by Miami last month.
Winslow has been out since January 8 with a back injury, a frustrating outcome for the Grizzlies who are yet to work out exactly what they have in the in 23-year-old.
The same can not be said for second-year forward Jaren Jackson Jr, as he is the teams second-leading scorer at close to 17 points per game.
He went down with a left knee sprain on February 21 against the Lakers.