1. GG Jackson
Without question, GG Jackson came away from this year's trade deadline as the biggest winner on the Memphis Grizzlies.
Aside from creating extra playing time within the rotation with the offloading of guys like Steven Adams, Xavier Tillman, and David Roddy, ultimately, the front office created an extra roster spot in the process.
With this opening, the rookie was granted a lucrative four-year, $8.5 million deal with the first three years being fully guaranteed.
Considered by some as "the best-looking prospect" the Grizzlies have seen since taking Ja Morant second overall back in 2019, Jackson has shined bright during his first season with the team and finds himself sporting averages of 10.1 points and 3.4 rebounds on 37.9 percent shooting from deep.
On top of this, since becoming a regular within coach Jenkins' rotation back in mid-January, the wing has seen 15 or more points on eight of 15 occasions and, on February 8, made league history as the youngest player (19 years, 53 days old) to score 25 or more points off the bench, a record that previously belonged to the legendary Kobe Bryant.
With every passing day, Jackson is only strengthening his claim as being a future core piece within what is hoped to be a title-contending Grizzlies rotation.
Following this year's trade deadline, one can assume it's safe to say he'll be in the 38103 for the long-haul.