Zach Randolph agrees to 4-year deal

Turns out that Zach Randolph’s Game 1 performance Sunday afternoon against the San Antonio Spurs came with added motivation.

The Grizzlies’ forward is set to sign a four-year contract extension
this week worth $66 million guaranteed with an additional $5 million in
incentives, according to two sources with knowledge of the situation.
Randolph’s agent, Raymond Brothers, and Griz general manager Chris
Wallace agreed to a deal in principle late Saturday night, the sources

Randolph is expected to sign the contract Monday or Tuesday with the
Griz making an official announcement before Wednesday’s Game 2 against
the Spurs.

Within the past week, both sides agreed on financial terms that
includes a player option for the fourth year. They were working through
other clauses, including one that had to do with personal conduct.

But Randolph, who turns 30 in July, hasn’t had any off-court problems
since joining the Griz in 2009. Instead, he’s been one of the league’s
top contributors in the community to go with career productivity on the

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