After being waived by the Grizzlies earlier this week, veteran swingman Marko Guduric wasted no time in rejoining his previous team in Turkey. Fenerbahce announced in a press release that it has formally reached an agreement with Guduric on a new three-year deal.
Guduric, 25, signed a two-year, $5.4MM contract with Memphis a year ago and appeared in 44 games with the team last season. However, the 6’6″ Serbian averaged just 3.9 PPG on .395/.301/.923 shooting in 11.0 minutes per contest, falling out of the rotation by December.
While the second year of his contract was guaranteed, Guduric was one of the odd men out for the Grizzlies, who had been carrying 17 players with guaranteed salaries after completing their offseason moves. He and Mario Hezonja were cut as the team pared its roster down to 15 guaranteed players for the regular season.
Guduric previously played for Fenerbahce from 2017-19, winning a Turkish League championship in ’18 and taking home the Turkish Cup in ’19. The team also appeared in the EuroLeague Final Four in each of those two years.