The Los Angeles Clippers have until the start of the regular season (December 22) to decide on the future of Joakim Noah with the team.
Noah signed a two-year deal with the Clippers and is set to earn $2.7M next season.
His contract is non-guaranteed and the Clippers have until December 22 to make their decision. After the opening night of the season, his contract will become fully guaranteed.
If the Clippers waive Noah, they can sign two veterans to the minimum exception ($1.6M) but at the cost of the French center, per Bobby Marks of ESPN.