Joe Ingles is heading back to the Utah Jazz after agreeing to a two-year, $US4.5 million ($A6 million)-deal.
There was speculation the Australian forward might join fellow Boomer Patty Mills at the San Antonio Spurs.
Ingles, however, has agreed to stay in Utah with another young Aussie, Dante Exum.
"Absolutely pumped to be back with the @utahjazz for another 2 years! Lots of exciting times ahead with the group we have!" the 27-year-old South Australian posted on his Instagram page on Tuesday.
It's a nice pay rise for Ingles after earning about $US500,000 ($A667,000) in his rookie season last year.
With Aron Baynes leaving the Spurs for a three-year $US20 million ($A26.68 million) contract with the Detroit Pistons, the only current Australian NBA player without a team is Matthew Dellavedova.
He remains in talks with the Cleveland Cavaliers, the club he emerged as a hero with in last month's failed NBA Finals campaign against Andrew Bogut's Golden State Warriors.