The NBA’s sudden hiatus left two 10-day contract players in limbo, but it appears that Anthony Tolliver and Joakim Noah have reached agreements to stick with their respective teams for the rest of the season.
According to The New York Times NBA contributor Marc Stein, Tolliver is set to agree to a deal that will keep him with the Grizzlies for the remainder of the year.
Anthony Tolliver and the Memphis Grizzlies have a verbal agreement on a deal that can be finalized starting Tuesday when the league's one-week transaction window opens, league sources say— Marc Stein (@TheSteinLine) June 22, 2020
Tolliver played in 33 games with the Trail Blazers to start the 2019-20 season before he was traded to the Kings in a deal that sent Trevor Ariza to Portland. Prior to the NBA’s halt in play, the 35-year-old forward appeared in five games with the Grizzlies.
According to The Athletic’s Shams Charania, Noah is poised to agree to a season-long deal that will keep him with the Clippers. The former Bulls star signed a 10-day contract on March 9. Noah last appeared on the court in Memphis during a 42-game stint with the Grizzlies during the 2018-19 season.