Marcus Morris and Nerlens Noel have given their agent, Rich Paul, the pink slip.

Both players have faced some hurdles this offseason during contract negotiations. Morris reportedly signed a one-year deal worth $15 million with the New York Knicks this past Thursday after rethinking an agreement he had agreed to this summer with the San Antonio Spurs.

Noel, who declined his $1.9 million player option for the upcoming season, also reconsidered the deal he signed with the Oklahoma City Thunder prior to agreeing to terms with the team.

Paul continues to represent several high-profile NBA players, top of that list is LeBron James and Anthony Davis. Some of his other NBA clients include John Wall, Ben Simmons, Eric Bledsoe and Morris’s brother Markieff.

With all of the other clients Paul won’t be sitting around doing nothing, he should be fine. The question is, who will both Morris and Noel will be hiring to take over prior to the start of the upcoming season.