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2019 NBA FREE AGENT TRACKER


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*Remember, these deals are agreed to in principal and are not official until July 6th.*

New Signings

Kevin Durant to the Brooklyn Nets/ 4 years, $164 million?

Kyrie Irving to the Brooklyn Nets/ 4 years, $141 million?

DeAndre Jordan to the Brooklyn Nets/ 4 years, $40 m

Garrett Temple to the Brooklyn Nets/ 2 years. $10 million

Kemba Walker to the Boston Celtics/ 4 years, $141 million

Malcolm Brogdon to the Indiana Pacers via sign-trade/ 4 years, $85 million

Bojan Bogdanovic to the Utah Jazz/ 4 years, $73 million

JJ Redick to the New Orleans Pelicans/ 2 years, $26.5 million

Derrick Rose to the Detroit Pistons/ 2 years, $15 million

Julius Randle to the New York Knicks/ 3 years, $63 million

Taj Gibson to the New York Knicks/ 2 years, $20 million

Jimmy Butler to the Miami Heat via sign-trade/ 4 years, $142 million

DeMarre Carroll to the San Antonio Spurs/ 2 years, $13 million

Ed Davis to the Utah Jazz/ 2 years, $10 million

Terry Rozier to the Charlotte Hornets via sign-trade/ 3 years, $58 million

Trevor Arzia to the Sacramento Kings/ 2 years, $25 million

Dewayne Dedmon to the Sacramento Kings/ 3 years, $41 million

D'Angelo Russell to the Golden State Warriors via sign-trade/ 4 years, $119 million

Al Horford to the Philadelphia 76ers/ 4 years, $109 million

Mario Hezonja to the Portland Trail Blazers/ 1+1 year(s) (2nd year Player Option), $2.6 million

Reggie Bullock to the Utah Jazz/ 2 years, $21 million

Cory Joseph to the Sacramento Kings/ 3 years, $37 million

Ish Smith to the Washington Wizards/ 2 years, $12 million

Tomas Satoransky to the Chicago Bulls via sign-trade/ 3 years, $30 million

Robin Lopez to the Milwaukee Bucks/ 1+1 year(s) (2nd year Player Option), $9.8 million

Wayne Ellington to the New York Knicks/ 2 years, $16 million

Mike Muscala to the Oklahoma City Thunder/ ???

Troy Daniels to the Los Angeles Lakers/ 1 year, $2.1 million

Richaun Holmes to the Sacramento Kings/ 2 years, $10 million

Wesley Matthews to the Milwaukee Bucks/ 1 year, $2.6 million

Enes Kanter to the Boston Celtics/ 2 years, $10 million

Seth Curry to the Dallas Mavericks/ 4 years, $32 million

Elfrid Payton to the New York Knicks/ 2 years, $16 million

EuroLeague guard Matt Thomas to the Toronto Raptors/ 3 years, $4.2M

Jordan Bell to the Minnesota Timberwolves/ 1 year, $1.6 million

Tim Frazier to the Detroit Pistons/1 year, $2 million

Isaiah Thomas to the Washington Wizards/ 1 year, ???

Anthony Tolliver to the Portland Trailblazers/1 year, $2.6 million

French center Vincent Poirier to the Boston Celtics/ 2 years, ???

Willie Cauley-Stein to the Golden State Warriors/ ???

Glenn Robinson to the Golden State Warriors/ 1+1 year(s) (2nd year Player Option), ???

Noah Vonleh to the Minnesota Timberwolves/ 1 year, ???

Jeff Green to the Utah Jazz/ 1 year, $2.5 million

Jared Dudley to the Los Angeles Lakers/ 1 year, $2.6 million

Luke Kornet to the Chicago Bulls/ 2 years, ???

Emmanuel Mudiay to the Utah Jazz/ 1 year, ???

Wilson Chandler to the Brooklyn Nets/ 1 year, $2.6 million

Re-Signings

Khris Middleton re-signs with the Milwaukee Bucks/ 5 years, $178 million

Brooks Lopez re-signs with the Milwaukee Bucks/ 4 years, $52 million

George Hill re-signs with the Milwaukee Bucks/ 3 years, $29 million

Harrison Barnes re-signs with the Sacramento Kings/ 4 years. $85 million

Jonas Valanciunas re-sign with the Memphis Grizzlies/ 3 years, $45 million

Kristaps Porzingis re-signs with the Dallas Mavericks/ 5 years, $158 million

Tobias Harris re-signs with the Philadelphia 76ers/ 5 years, $180 million

Nikola Vucevic re-signs with the Orlando Magic/ 4 years, $100 million

Rudy Gay re-signs with the San Antonio Spurs/ 2 years, $32 million

Nerlens Noel re-signs with the Oklahoma City Thunder/ ???

Thomas Bryant re-signs with the Washington Wizards/ 3 years, $35 million

Rodney Hood re-signs with the Portland Trail Blazers/ 2 years, $16 million

Patrick Beverly re-signs with the Los Angeles Clippers/ 3 years, $40 million

Michael Carter-Williams re-signs with the Orlando Magic/ ???

J.J. Barea re-signs with the Dallas Mavericks/ 1 year, $2.6 million

Maxi Kleber re-signs with the Dallas Mavericks/ 4 years, $35 million

Dwight Powell re-signs with the Dallas Mavericks/ 3 years, $33 million

Austin Rivers re-signs with the Houston Rockets/ 1 year, $2.6 million

Kevon Looney re-signs with the Golden State Warriors/ 3 years, $15 million

Dorian Finney-Smith re-signs with the Dallas Mavericks/ 3 years, $12 million

Daniel Theis re-signs with the Boston Celtics/ 2 years, $10 million

Brad Wanamaker re-signs with the Boston Celtics/ 1 year, ???

James Ennis re-signs with the Philadelphia 76ers/ 1+1 year(s) (2nd year Player Option), $4.1 million

Ryan Arcidiacono re-signs with the Chicago Bulls/ 3 years, $9 million

Shake Milton re-signs with the Philadelphia 76ers/ 4 years, ???

Trades

The Miami Heat are finalizing a sign-and-trade deal with the Philadelphia 76ers to acquire star guard Jimmy Butler, league sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. - @ESPN

Malcolm Brogdon has agreed to a four-year, $85 million deal with the Indiana Pacers, league sources told ESPN on Sunday. Indiana is trading a first-round draft pick in 2020 and two future second-round picks to the Milwaukee Bucks for Brogdon, league sources said. - @ESPN

The Golden State Warriors and Brooklyn Nets have agreed on a sign-and-trade that will send point guard D'Angelo Russell to the Warriors, who will send Andre Iguodala to the Memphis Grizzlies, league sources told ESPN. - @wojespn

Golden State is moving Shabazz Napier, Treveon Graham and cash onto Minnesota, league sources tell ESPN. Napier and Graham are part of the D'Angelo Russell sign-and-trade. - @wojespn

Russell will receive a four-year, $117 million maximum contract, league sources said. The 23-year-old no longer fit on the Nets after they landed Kyrie Irving on Sunday. League sources told ESPN that Irving will sign with Brooklyn on a four-year deal worth up to $141 million.

As part of the Iguodala trade, the Warriors are also sending a protected first-round pick to the Grizzlies. - @ESPN

Miami has been busy in the first day of free agency. After working on a three-way trade for Jimmy Butler that hit a snag, the Heat and Blazers finalized a deal that will send Hassan Whiteside to Portland in exchange for Meyers Leonard and Mo Harkless, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. - @CBS

So the Clippers get a future first-round pick to take on Harkless, who is another starting level forward with significant playoff experience... - @wojespn

Pelicans are sending 2021 and 2023 second-round picks -- both via Warriors -- in trade for Derrick Favors, league source tells ESPN. - @wojespn

Info via:

@wojespn

@ShamsCharania

@Tjonesonthenba

@TheSteinLine

@CBS

@BR_NBA

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