Chalmers agreed to a deal with AEK Athens of Greece on Friday, Sportando.com reports.
Chalmers signed with Virtus Bologna of Italy in March and will now make his way to Greece. The 33-year-old hasn't played in the NBA since the 2017-18 season with Memphis.
Chalmers agreed to a deal with Virtus Bologna of Italy on Friday, Emiliano Carchia of Sportando reports.
The 32-year-old will take his playing career oversees after being unable to attract any NBA teams in the 2018-19 season. A return to the NBA at some point in the future is not out of the question, however.
Chalmers mustered 7.7 points, 3.0 assists and 2.4 rebounds across 66 games with the Grizzlies during the 2017-18 season.
Chalmers didn't provide much fantasy value all season long as his stats indicate and he only had one game in which he scored past the 20-point mark. The former NCAA champion with Kansas will be looking for a new home this summer as he still has gas left in the tank at 31 years old though.
Chalmers supplied eight points (1-4 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 6-7 FT), four rebounds, four assists, four steals, and two blocks in 14 minutes during Monday's 113-94 loss to the Timberwolves.
Chalmers saw fewer minutes than any other Grizzly who took the floor. However, he was still able to make his presence felt in the box score, compiling counting stats galore. While Tyreke Evans (personal) and Andrew Harrison (wrist) have joined Mike Conley (heel) on the sidelines, Chalmers doesn't figure to see a bunch of minutes during Wednesday's season finale versus the Thunder.
Chalmers netted 11 points (4-8 FG, 1-4 3Pt, 2-3 FT) and added three assists across 18 minutes in Friday's 94-93 loss to the Kings.
Chalmers' scoring total led the bench in his first game action since March 28. The veteran had seen DNP-CDs in each of the prior three contests, so Friday's production was a welcome late-season sight. Chalmers has some value as a DFS punt play over the last three games if both Tyreke Evans (personal) and Andrew Harrison (wrist) remain out, albeit a risky one due to his somewhat erratic usage lately.
Chalmers will return to a bench role for Friday's matchup with the Jazz.
With both Tyreke Evans (personal) and Andrew Harrison (wrist) out Wednesday against the Trail Blazers, Chalmers was called upon to start, but posted relatively pedestrian numbers of eight points, four rebounds and two assists across 20 minutes. Instead, it was Kobi Simmons (28 minutes) that saw the biggest increase in his workload and he'll now move into the starting five over Chalmers on Friday. While both players should see elevated roles with Evans and Harrison still out, it appears the Grizzlies prefer to get the younger Simmons more reps.
Chalmers will start at point guard for Wednesday's game against the Trail Blazers.
The Grizzlies are set to be without both Tyreke Evans (personal) and Andrew Harrison (wrist, shoulder), so they'll turn to Chalmers to pick up the spot start at point guard. After logging minutes in the mid-teens over the last three contests, Chalmers should see a fairly significant uptick in playing time, which results in a temporary boost in fantasy value as well. He could have some viability as a cheap punt-play option for Wednesday's slate, though as soon as Harrison or Evans returns, Chalmers should head back to the bench.
Chalmers (hamstring) is available for Saturday's game against the Nuggets, Rob Fischer of Fox Sports Southeast reports.
Chalmers is set to return after missing the previous six games with a hamstring injury. It's unclear if he'll be on any minutes restriction in his first game back, so it may be safe to avoid him in daily contests for the time being. He's averaging 7.9 points, 3.1 assists and 2.4 rebounds across 22.5 minutes per game this season.
Chalmers (hamstring) is questionable for Saturday's contest against the Nuggets.
Chalmers has missed six straight games with a persistent hamstring injury. More information on his availability may arrive following the team's morning shootaround.
Chalmers (hamstring) is out for Thursday's game against Chicago.
As expected, Chalmers, who was originally listed as doubtful, will remain out Thursday. His next chance to take the floor will come Saturday against Denver,
Chalmers (hamstring) is doubtful for Thursday's contest against the Bulls.
Chalmers has missed the past five games as a result of a right hamstring injury. That said, it appears he's making some progress, as he's being listed as 'doubtful', rather than simply 'out'. More information on his status may emerge following the team's Thursday morning shootaround.
Chalmers has been ruled out for Monday's game against the Bucks.
Chalmers will miss his fifth consecutive contest due to a lingering hamstring injury. He will likely be re-evaluated before Thursday's matchup with the Bulls, so look for more updates on his status to come at that time. Tyreke Evans (ribs) and Andrew Harrison (wrist) also remain out, which will leave Memphis with a thin backcourt comprised of Kobi Simmons, Ben McLemore, Wayne Selden and Xavier Rathan-Maye.
Chalmers (hamstring) will be reevaluated in a week, Michael Wallace of Grizzlies.com reports.
Chalmers had already been ruled out of Monday's contest, but it appears he'll also miss another three games before potentially returning for a matchup with the Bucks on March 12. With Andrew Harrison (wrist) also out another week, and the likes of Tyreke Evans (ribs) and Ben McLemore (personal) currently sidelined, the Grizzlies are going to be very short-handed in the backcourt. Kobi Simmons is starting at point guard Monday and should see a temporary uptick in usage and minutes. Wayne Selden, Myke Henry and Dillon Brooks are also candidates to benefit with larger workloads in the backcourt for the time being.
Chalmers (hamstring) has been ruled out for Monday's game against the Spurs.
Chalmers was forced out of Saturday's game with the hamstring injury. With Chalmers, Andrew Harrison (wrist) and Tyreke Evans (ribs) all out Monday, the Grizzlies will have very limited point guard depth, which will likely result in rookie Kobi Simmons playing a heavy dose of minutes in San Antonio.
Chalmers suffered a right hamstring injury and will not return to Saturday's game.
Chalmers became the third Grizzlies' point guard felled by injury. This opens the door to more playing time for rookie Kobi Simmons.
Chalmers posted 12 points (3-9 FG, 2-6 3Pt, 4-4 FT), six assists, two blocked shots, a rebound and a steal in 34 minutes during Friday's 108-102 loss to the Nuggets.
Chalmers hasn't seen 34 minutes of playing time since late November so it was understandable that his shot wasn't stellar on Friday, but he contributed in other areas to save his stat line. Chalmers should hold down the job until Andrew Harrison (wrist) returns, so he has some DFS value as long as Harrison is out.
Chalmers will start at point guard in place of the injured Andrew Harrison (wrist) for Friday's contest against the Nuggets.
With Tyreke Evans (ribs) also still out, Chalmers should see an increase in ballhandling duties. In his seven prior starts this season, Chalmers has averaged 9.0 points, 5.4 assists and 4.0 rebounds in 28.7 minutes.
Chalmers collected nine points (2-6 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 4-4 FT), four assists, one rebound, and one steal in 18 minutes during Wednesday's 110-102 loss to the Suns.
Chalmers somehow fouled out despite not even cracking 20 minutes. His shot has mostly abandoned him this season, as Chalmers is connecting on his lowest percentage of field-goal attempts and threes. The veteran is a decent source of dimes, but he's also firmly behind Andrew Harrison on the depth chart.
Chalmers (ankle) will be available for Friday's game versus the Cavaliers.
Chalmers hurt his ankle in the team's final game before All Star Weekend, but it appears the break was enough time to recover. He is set to back up Andrew Harrison at point guard.
Chalmers is questionable for Friday's contest against the Cavaliers due to right ankle tendinitis.
This is the first news of Chalmers dealing with an ankle injury, so it's unclear when the issue began. If he's ultimately ruled out Friday, Andrew Harrison is a candidate to see extra run.