Report: Clippers sign former Bull Joakim Noah through 2020-21 season

Rob Schaefer
NBC Sports Chicago

Joakim Noah's comeback bid marches on.

Late Saturday night, Jovan Buha of The Athletic reported that Noah and the Los Angeles Clippers have agreed to a contract that extends through not only the end of the 2019-20 season, but the 2020-21 campaign, as well.

Noah signed with the Clips on a 10-day deal just before the league suspended play due to the novel coronavirus pandemic. It was recently reported that the Clippers planned to extend that 10-day through the rest of this season, but now, it appears he'll have a home in Los Angeles for the next one, too.

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The Clippers enter the NBA's 22-team Disney bubble with the fourth-best record in the league (44-20) and second seed in the Western Conference. They're slated to face their crosstown rival Lakers (and LeBron James) on the opening night of the restart, July 30, at 8 p.m. CT.

If or when Noah takes the hardwood, it will be his first NBA action since March 23, 2019 with the Memphis Grizzlies. He's been away from basketball during the 2019-20 season rehabbing an achilles injury he sustained in a fluke accident while moving an ice tub.

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Report: Clippers sign former Bull Joakim Noah through 2020-21 season originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago

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