Joakim Noah may be close to finding a new home after his exile from New York.
The Knicks bust is reportedly in talks with the Memphis Grizzlies about a potential contract, sources told the New York Times.
The Grizzlies have held "extensive discussions" with Noah's camp, per the report, and may come together on a deal in time for the center to suit up against the Knicks Sunday in Memphis.
The Knicks waived Noah last month after a disastrous tenure on Broadway. After signing a monster four-year, $72 million deal with Phil Jackson's club in 2016, Noah played in just 52 games over two seasons, undergoing a pair or surgeries and plenty of drama with former Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek.
The pair had to be separated during a practice session in January, which led to Noah's exile. That came after the 33-year-old served a 20-game PED suspension to start the year.
Noah rejected a buyout agreement with the Knicks. The team is still on the hook for the remaining $37.8 million on his contract but is using the stretch provision to lessen his annual cap hit to $6.4 million for each of the next three seasons.
Noah would join the Grizzlies to try to help the frontcourt and fellow big man Marc Gasol, whose feud with David Fizdale led to the Knicks coach's ouster in Memphis last season.
Gasol is a big reason why the Grizzlies are tied for the top spot in the Western Conference with an 11-5 record.