Report: Raptors not pursuing deal for Grizzlies' Conley, Pistons pessimistic
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Contrary to recent reports linking the Toronto Raptors with Mike Conley, the team isn't currently pursuing a trade for the Memphis Grizzlies' longtime point guard, a league source told The New York Times' Marc Stein.

The framework of one potential deal reportedly initiated by the Grizzlies would've seen Kyle Lowry and Jonas Valanciunas sent to Memphis in exchange for Conley and Marc Gasol, unspecified sources told Sportsnet's Michael Grange.

Memphis had also talked with the Utah Jazz on the possibility of a three-way trade including Toronto, ESPN's Brian Windhorst said on "The Jump" on Wednesday.

That hypothetical deal would've sent Lowry to the Jazz and Conley to the Raptors, according to Windhorst.

The Detroit Pistons have also been linked to Conley, but are reportedly pessimistic about being able to meet the Grizzlies' asking price for the 31-year-old, according to Stein.

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Report: Raptors not pursuing deal for Grizzlies' Conley, Pistons pessimistic
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