After weeks of uncertainty, the Memphis Grizzlies and restricted free agent Jamychal Green finally came to terms, agreeing to a two-year deal with a guaranteed salary of $17 million. Shams Charania of The Vertical first reported the deal, which will keep Green to the team that he has played for in the last two-plus seasons. After going undrafted in 2002, the 27-year-old Green played a full season with the Austin Toros of the G League, a season with Chorale Roanne in France and another half-year stint in the G League before he got his first NBA break with the San Antonio Spurs on a 10-day contract in 2014.

Green played four games for the Spurs, averaging 2.0 points and 1.5 boards.

After he deal with the Spurs expired, Green signed for the rest of the year with the Grizzlies. In 2015, he signed a three-year deal worth $1.95 million with the Grizzlies. Under the contract, the Grizzlies can extend him a qualifying offer for $1.3 million of Green is with them for the 2017-18 season. With the new deal, Charania said that the two sides will avoid an Oct. 1 deadline of the $2.8 million qualifying offer. The contract will also give Green a chance to test the free-agent market in 2019.

Last season, Green averaged 8.9 points and 7.1 boards in 77 games as the starting power forward for the Grizzlies. He also expanded his arsenal by shooting 37.9 percent from beyond the arc and 48.7 percent from the field, making him a match-up problem for opponents.

Kings sign GM Vlade Divac to extension

The Sacramento Kings announced that they signed general manager Vlade Divac to a contract extension and exercised the option in head coach Dave Joerger’s contract. The moves will keep Divac and Joerger with the team through the 2019-20 season. The Kings exercised Joerger’s option despite leading the Kings to a 32-50 record in his first season at the helm.

In 2016, Joerger signed a deal with the Kings after he was fired by Memphis Grizzlies. The Kings are eyeing their first playoff berth since 2006.

Suns ink TJ Warran to extension

Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reported that the Phoenix Suns and TJ Warren agreed on a four-year extension worth $50 million. With the new deal, Warren will receive an average of $12.5 million.

Last season, Warren emerged as an starting option for the Suns after averaging 14.4 points and 5.1 rebounds a game last season. However, Warren’s three-point shooting faltered last season, making just 26.5 percent of his attempts from beyond the arc. He's also considered a liability on defense.