Memphis Grizzlies' Dillon Brooks thinks that his team's youth and chemistry will give them an edge

Anthony Sain

Memphis Grizzlies wing Dillon Brooks spoke to the media after practice today and he believes that his teams youth and chemistry will be an advantage when the NBA resumes play in the Orlando Bubble Campus.  

"We're a young group. We've got a great camaraderie here," said Brooks. "I feel like we are all on the same page so I think we are going to get a little head start at it. The bubble is treating me and my teammates great. We are embracing it. We know that we can do big things with the season starting back up.  I feel like we just can't wait to play."

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