Joakim Noah may have found himself a new home.
The free agent center, who was released by the Knicks prior to the start of the season, is expected to meet with the Memphis Grizzlies late next week and come to terms on a deal, according to Shams Charania of The Athletic.
Noah, 33, was reportedly garnering "serious" interest from the Grizzlies earlier this week.
The former Knicks center was inked to a four-year, $72 million contract in 2016 by former team president Phil Jackson but played in just 53 games over two years due to injuries and a PED suspension.
Noah played in just seven games last season before he left the team in January after a heated dispute with then-head coach Jeff Hornacek.
The Knicks attempted to buyout Noah's contract before the season, but he rejected the agreement, leaving the Knicks on the hook for the remaining $37.8 million, which will be spread out over the next three seasons.