As Anthony Tolliver continues to look for a job for the coming season, it appears his potential landing spots extend beyond the NBA. According to Jerry Zgoda of the Star Tribune (via Twitter), Tolliver doesn't necessarily have plans to play overseas, but says it's an option while he continues to talk to NBA teams. A report out of Greece today suggested that Greek team Panathinaikos is targeting Tolliver (Twitter link).
After a down year with the Timberwolves, Tolliver hasn't drawn a ton of interest on the free agent market. The Hawks, Bulls, Wizards, Pacers, and T-Wolves were said earlier this month to be in play for Tolliver, but many of those teams could only offer minimum-salary deals. At this point, the 27-year-old appears unlikely to get any more than that.
As for Panathinaikos, the team reportedly had interest in Louis Amundson earlier in the offseason. Amundson also remains unsigned, though Panathinaikos agreed to terms with Hilton Armstrong in late August, so it's not clear how strong an interest the club has in additional frontcourt help.