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2019 NBA FREE AGENCY RESULTS

NBA free agency is ongoing, but here are the reported agreements so far.

Source: South Florida Sun Sentinel
Updated August 16, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. ET

Alex Abrines (Spain)
Jaylen Adams (signed with Bucks)
Deng Adel (Nets)
Al-Farouq Aminu (Magic)
Ryan Arcidiacono (Bulls),Trevor Ariza (Kings)
J.J. Barea (Mavericks)
Harrison Barnes (Kings)
Jerryd Bayless (China)
Michael Beasley (Pistons)
Jordan Bell (Timberwolves)
Dragan Bender (Bucks)
Anthony Bennett (Rockets)
Patrick Beverley (Clippers)
Khem Birch (Magic)
Bojan Bogdanovic (Jazz)
Avery Bradley (Lakers)
Malcolm Brogdon (Pacers)
Thomas Bryant (Wizards)
Reggie Bullock (Knicks)
Trey Burke (76ers)
Alec Burks (Warriors)
Jimmy Butler (Heat)
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (Lakers)
Michael-Carter Williams (Magic). DeMarre Carroll (Spurs)
Vince Carter (Hawks)
Alex Caruso (Lakers)
Omri Casspi (Israel)
Willie Cauley-Stein (Warriors)
Tyler Cavanaugh (Germany)
Tyson Chandler (Rockets)
Wilson Chandler (Nets)
Joe Chealey (Hornets)
Ian Clark (China)
Quinn Cook (Lakers)
DeMarcus Cousins (Lakers)
Seth Curry (Mavericks)
Troy Daniels (Lakers)
Ed Davis (Jazz)
Sam Dekker (Russia)
Dewayne Dedmon (Kings)
Angel Delgado (China)
Marcus Derrickson (Hawks)
Cheick Diallo (Suns)
PJ Dozier (Nuggets)
Jared Dudley (Lakers)
Kevin Durant (Nets)
Henry Ellenson (Nets)
Wayne Ellington (Knicks)
James Ennis (76ers)
Derrick Favors (Pelicans)
Dorian Finney-Smith (Mavericks)
Tim Frazier (Pistons)
Jimmer Fredette (Greece)
Pau Gasol (Trail Blazers)
Rudy Gay (Spurs)
Taj Gibson (Knicks)
Brandon Goodwin (Hawks)
Jerian Grant (China)
Danny Green (Lakers)
Gerald Green (Rockets)
JaMychal Green (Clippers)
Jeff Green (Jazz)
Tobias Harris (76ers)
Shaq Harrison (Bulls)
Udonis Haslem (Heat)
Mario Hezonja (Trail Blazers)
Isaiah Hicks (Russia)
George Hill (Bucks)
Justin Holiday (Pacers)
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (Raptors)
Richaun Holmes (Kings)
Rodney Hood (Trail Blazers)
Al Horford (76ers)
Danuel House (Rockets)
RJ Hunter (Turkey)
Kyrie Irving (Nets)
Amile Jefferson (Magic)
Jonas Jerebko (Russia)
Stanley Johnson (Raptors)
Tyus Jones (Grizzlies)
DeAndre Jordan (Nets)
Cory Joseph (Kings)
Frank Kaminsky (Suns)
Enes Kanter (Celtics)
Maxi Kleber (Mavericks)
Furkan Korkmaz (76ers)
Luke Kornet (Bulls)
Kyle Korver (Bucks)
Kosta Koufos (Russia)
Jeremy Lamb (Pacers)
Jake Layman (Timberwolves)
Damion Lee (Warriors)
Kawhi Leonard (Clippers)
Jordan Lloyd (Spain)
Kevon Looney (Warriors)
Brook Lopez (Bucks)
Robin Lopez (Bucks)
Tyler Lydon (Kings)
Trey Lyles (Spurs)
Shelvin Mack (Italy)
JP Macura (Cavaliers)
Boban Marjanovic (Mavericks)
Jarell Martin (Cavaliers)
Frank Mason (Bucks)
Wesley Matthews (Bucks)
Patrick McCaw (Raptors)
T.J. McConnell (Pacers)
JaVale McGee (Lakers)
Rodney McGruder (Clippers)
Ben McLemore (Rockets)
Nicolo Melli (Pelicans)
Khris Middleton (Bucks)
Darius Miller (Pelicans)
Shake Milton (76ers)
Greg Monroe (Germany)
Marcus Morris (Knicks)
Markieff Morris (Pistons)
Johnathan Motley (Clippers)
Timofey Mozgov (Russia)
Emmanuel Mudiay (Jazz)
Shabazz Muhammad (China)
Mike Muscala (Thunder)
Raul Neto (76ers)
Andrew Nicholson (China)
Nerlens Noel (Thunder)
David Nwaba (Nets)
Kyle O'Quinn (76ers)
Kelly Oubre Jr. (Suns)
Jabari Parker (Hawks)
Cameron Payne (Raptors)
Patrick Patterson (Clippers)
Justin Patton (Thunder)
Elfrid Payton (Knicks)
Theo Pinson (Nets)
Bobby Portis (Knicks)
Vincent Poirier (Celtics)
Alex Poythress (China)
Kristaps Porzingis (Mavericks)
Dwight Powell (Mavericks)
Chasson Randle (China)
Julius Randle (Knicks)
JJ Redick (Pelicans)
Cam Reynolds (Bucks)
Austin Rivers (Rockets)
Devin Robinson (Raptors)
Glenn Robinson III (Warriors)
Rajon Rondo (Lakers)
Derrick Rose (Pistons)
Terrence Ross (Magic)
Terry Rozier (Hornets)
Ricky Rubio (Suns)
D'Angelo Russell (Warriors)
Tomas Satoransky (Bulls)
Mike Scott (76ers)
Wayne Selden (China)
Ish Smith (Wizards)
Ray Spaulding (Hawks)
Nik Stauskas (Spain)
Lance Stephenson (China)
Edmond Sumner (Pacers)
Garrett Temple (Nets)
Daniel Theis (Celtics)
Isaiah Thomas (Wizards)
Klay Thompson (Warriors)
Sindarius Thornwell (Cavaliers)
Anthony Tolliver (Trail Blazers)
Ekpe Udoh (China)
Noah Vonleh (Timberwolves). Nikola Vucevic (Magic)
Jonas Valanciunas (Grizzlies)
Kemba Walker (Celtics)
Tyrone Wallace (Timberwolves)
Derrick Walton Jr. (Clippers)
Brad Wanamaker (Celtics)
Thomas Welsh (Hornets)
Alan Williams (Russia)
Derrick Williams (Turkey)
Christian Wood (Pistons)
Delon Wright (Mavericks)
Guerschon Yabusele (China)
Thaddeus Young (Bulls)
Ivica Zubac (signed with Clippers).


2019 NBA FREE AGENCY NEGOTIATIONS START TIME MOVED UP

For 2019 NBA free agency, NBA teams and players may begin free agent negotiations On June 30 at 6 p.m. ET. The start time was going to be 12:01 a.m. ET on July 1, but the league realized it didn't make sense anymore to pointlessly start free agency at a late-night hour. Also, teams are now allowed to communicate with free agents or their representatives starting June 29 at 6 p.m. ET -- but only for the sole purpose of scheduling a meeting to take place at or after 6 p.m. ET on June 30.

Of course, there is no way for the league to actually police what the sides say to each other on phone calls. But, all they can do is establish the rules.

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NBA free agents team by team player list
Best NBA Free Agents rankings page

Updated June 30, 2019 at 1:15 p.m. ET

JULY 12: In 2019 alone, there were 135 free agents, or about one-third of the league. There will be 139 next season. That’s a 61 percent turnover in two years. That isn’t even counting all the players who demand to exit a team while still on (a guaranteed) contract (see Anthony Davis). The bottom line is that the league has never seen such an era of player movement. Speaking at a press conference this week following his meeting with the league's board of governors, Commissioner Adam Silver said, "My sense in the room today was, especially when it comes to free agency and the rules around it, we’ve got work to do." -- Deseret News

JUNE 30: Miami currently has 13 players under contract for 2019-20 who are due about $141 million, and add first-round pick Tyler Herro’s $3.6 million cap hit for next season and that number grows to 14 players with a combined team salary of about $144 million. That puts the Heat above the $109.14 million salary cap and even above the $132.627 million luxury tax line for next season, and seemingly not in a position to pursue free agents. -- Miami Herald

JUNE 29: The Denver Nuggets have exercised a $30 million option on forward Paul Millsap's contract for next season, bringing back a key player for the franchise's pursuit of a Western Conference title, league sources told ESPN on Saturday. -- ESPN.com

JUNE 28: The Charlotte Hornets have offered less than $170 million to resign Kemba Walker, meaning that there’s a strong chance the All-NBA point guard agrees to terms with another NBA team when free agency opens Sunday night. -- Charlotte Observer

JUNE 28: Ahead of the start of NBA free agency at 4 p.m. MDT Sunday, the Utah Jazz have signaled that they want to be true contenders in the Western Conference after trading for Memphis point guard Mike Conley. The Jazz could still open up a bunch of money to spend, depending on what they do with the team option on Derrick Favors, although now it will also be time for other teams in the West to make moves that could better position themselves to compete. -- Deseret News

JUNE 28: By the time free agency opens Sunday at 6 p.m. ET, the Warriors will have offered both Thompson and Durant full five-year maximum contracts. For Durant, that means $221 million, and for Thompson, $190 million. Even with the reality that Durant might miss all of next season recovering from a torn Achilles and Thompson might miss the bulk of it coming back from an ACL tear, this remains the Warriors' first choice. -- ESPN.com

JUNE 28: This year's free-agent crop it loaded with intriguing options and potential fits alongside LeBron James and Anthony Davis. With Davis declining his $4 million trade kicker, and the Lakers dumping more salary in the AD deal, Los Angeles now has enough cap room to add a third max player, adding yet another layer of intrigue to what's expected to be a crazy NBA summer. -- SI.com

JUNE 26: In a move that was widely expected, Kevin Durant has declined his player option for the 2019-20 season. -- San Francisco Chronicle

JUNE 26: Free agents can begin negotiating with teams on June 30, and the Warriors can offer Durant a max contract of five years and $221 million. Other teams can only offer Durant a max contract of four years and $164 million. -- San Francisco Chronicle

JUNE 23: Fifth-year forward Jabari Parker will become an unrestricted free agent on June 30 after the Washington Wizards declined his team option, Yahoo Sports reported on Saturday. -- NBA.com

JUNE 20: The New Orleans Pelicans have picked up the 2019-20 team option on Jahlil Okafor, league sources told ESPN. Okafor -- who was drafted third by the Philadelphia 76ers in 2015 and spent time playing with the Toronto Raptors and Brooklyn Nets -- signed with the Pelicans during the summer of 2018. -- ESPN.com

JUNE 18: The genius of Ujiri’s roster construction is that the Raptors are never going to have to bottom out regardless of what happens in the wake of Leonard’s decision. At worst — and Toronto will be limited to a mid-level exception slot because of existing commitments if Leonard leaves — the Raptors could throw out a starting five next fall of Kyle Lowry, Norm Powell, OG Anunoby, Pascal Siakam and Gasol, and have Serge Ibaka and Fred VanVleet in key backup roles. -- Toronto Star

JUNE 18: Kings forward Harrison Barnes has reportedly declined his $25.1 million player option for the 2019-20 season and will become an unrestricted free agent, his agent told The Sacramento Bee on Tuesday. -- Sacramento Bee

JUNE 16: Anthony Davis may still for years to come be remembered as the best player in Pelicans franchise history. So who exactly did the team’s executive vice president of basketball operations David Griffin receive for the six-time All-Star forward in return? As the details of the haul of future Draft picks continue to trickle out – we know now for certain that New Orleans now owns the rights to the No. 4 pick from Thursday’s draft in Brooklyn – the Pelicans’ new roster additions include Brandon Ingram and Lonzo Ball, two previous No. 2 picks from the previous three drafts, along with a role-playing former NCAA champion in Josh Hart. -- The Advocate

JUNE 14: Durant can become a free agent on June 30 if he opts out of his $31.5 million player option with the Dubs. The Warriors obviously want to bring back their star forward, despite the fact that he'll miss the 2019-20 season with his injury. -- NBC Sports Bay Area

JUNE 14: No one knows where Durant will sign this offseason, but whichever team lands him will do it knowing that he will miss a majority, if not all, of the 2019-20 season. If you're signing Durant, you're signing him for 2020-21. -- NBC Sports Bay Area

JUNE 14: The Warriors also have limited spending power this summer. Yes, they can and will try to re-sign Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson to max contracts this summer. Other than that? The Warriors cannot offer DeMarcus Cousins any more than $6.3 million because of salary cap rules. The Warriors can sign a player at the taxpayer mid-level exception ($5.3 million). They can spend over the salary cap to retain Kevon Looney since they own his Bird Rights. Other than that, the Warriors can only sign other players on veteran’s minimum deals. -- San Jose Mercury News

JUNE 10: ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reported Monday afternoon that GM David Griffin doesn't believe a two-team deal will fulfill his wishes in an Anthony Davis deal and that he is "working to find multi-team trade scenarios that could redirect assets for players of picks more preferable to the Pelicans." -- NBC Sports Chicago

JUNE 8: The Sixers’ current situation — just four players fully guaranteed to be on the roster next season — suggests that they might be searching for players who can contribute immediately in the second round of the NBA draft. They own four selections in the second round (Nos. 33, 34, 42 and 54) as well as the No. 24 pick. -- NBC Sports Philly

JUNE 8: The Hornets have an unsettled situation at shooting guard. Jeremy Lamb, second in scoring last season at 15.3 points per game, is an unrestricted free agent. Malik Monk, who the Hornets drafted 11th overall in 2017, hasn’t established himself, slipping in and out of the rotation his first two seasons. -- Charlotte Observer

2019 NBA FREE AGENCY NEWS FROM AROUND THE WEB

JUNE 6: Most Jazz fans know the team could have upwards of $30 million to spend in free agency this summer. After all, Ricky Rubio has come out and said the team has told him he’s not priority No. 1. And Derrick Favors’ salary doesn’t become guaranteed until July 6. Meanwhile, Thabo Sefolosha and Ekpe Udoh are unrestricted free agents unlikely to return. -- Salt Lake Tribune

JUNE 4: ESPN has reported the Suns would potentially trade the sixth overall pick if "the right veteran guard is available,” but league sources told The Republic the franchise isn’t looking to part ways with that selection under those conditions. Phoenix certainly needs a point guard. -- Arizona Republic

JUNE 1: Thanks to his place in the All-NBA third team this season, and his Defensive Player of the Year trophy last season, Rudy Gobert has made himself eligible — along with a few of the NBA’s other elite players — for what would be the largest contract in NBA history: approximately a five-year, $247.3 million extension that would begin in the 2021-22 season. Such a deal, referred to as a “supermax” contract by most but by the term “Designated Veteran Player Extension” in the league’s 598-page Collective Bargaining Agreement, was introduced to give the home team the advantage in keeping a star player. Only the player’s current team can give a supermax contract; where every other team is limited to giving a player with 7-9 years in the NBA 30% of the salary cap and four years, the current team can offer 35% of it and five years. -- Salt Lake Tribune

MAY 29: The Warriors could lose Durant, Klay Thompson and DeMarcus Cousins in free agency, which could change things dramatically in the West. Even still, the Warriors likely will be the favorites to win next season as well. The Rockets, one of the top contenders this season, are looking to remake their entire roster, according to a report. -- Detroit News

MAY 29: Who will land the Warriors’ Kevin Durant? Will Klay Thompson also bolt? Has Kawhi Leonard lifting the Raptors to new heights made him an even bigger prize than Durant? Where will Kyrie Irving land? How about Kemba Walker? Will New Orleans really trade Anthony Davis when it has a chance to draft Williamson first overall, too? -- Miami Herald

MAY 29: And does LeBron still have the cache’ and pull to attract at least one of the grand prizes out there to L.A. and make a liar of all those writing off the Lakers (and, by extension, LeBron)? Or are the New York Knicks poised to go fast from laughingstock to power by landing Durant after it drafts in the top three? Or might the L.A. Clippers finally make that leap? -- Miami Herald

MAY 28: The Hornets have failed to reach the playoffs the past three years and approach a crucial off-season: Three-time All-Star point guard Kemba Walker becomes an unrestricted free agent in July, meaning the Hornets could lose him for no compensation. -- Charlotte Observer

May 23: Kemba Walker "was named to the All-NBA Third Team Thursday, making Walker immediately eligible to receive a supermax extension from the only NBA team he’s ever known. The former UConn star is one of the top targets in this summer’s loaded free-agent class — also featuring Kevin Durant, Kawhi Leonard, Kyrie Irving, Klay Thompson and Jimmy Butler — and could now receive a five-year, $221.3 million deal from Charlotte, while other teams can offer no more than a four-year, $140.6 million deal. If Walker fell short of his first All-NBA honor, the largest contract he could have signed would have been for $189.7 million." -- NY Post

May 23: "Karl-Anthony Towns came up one spot shy of an extra $32 million. Towns finished fourth in voting among centers in All-NBA voting — only the top three vote-getters receive All-NBA honors. That’s what Towns needed this season to qualify for a supermax extension, which would have allowed him to receive up to 30 percent of the team’s salary cap space, as opposed to the standard 25 percent." -- St Paul Pioneer Press



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2018 NBA Free Agency Agreements
Updated September 2, 2018
Source: South Florida Sun Sentinel

Here's the giant list of 2018 NBA free agency agreements: Jaylen Adams (Hawks), Kadeem Allen (Knicks), Carmelo Anthony (Rockets), Ryan Arcidiacono (Bulls), Trevor Ariza (Suns), Kyle Anderson (Grizzlies), Jamel Artis (Kings), Wade Baldwin (Trail Blazers), Will Barton (Nuggets), Brandon Bass (China), Aron Baynes (Celtics), Nemanja Bjelica (Kings), Michael Beasley (Lakers), Marco Belinelli (Spurs), Davis Bertans (Spurs), Joel Berry (Lakers), Jabari Bird (Celtics), Tarik Black (Israel), Antonio Blakeney (Bulls), Trevon Bluiett (Pelicans), Trevor Booker (China), Chris Boucher (Raptors), Avery Bradley (Clippers), Anthony Brown (76ers), Lorenzo Brown (Raptors), Markel Brown (Turkey), Bruno Caboclo (Rockets), Jose Calderon (Pistons), Isaiah Canaan (Suns), Clint Capela (Rockets), Vince Carter (Hawks), Michael Carter-Williams (Rockets), Ian Clark (Pelicans), Antonius Cleveland (Bulls), Pat Connaughton (Bucks), DeMarcus Cousins (Warriors), Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (Lakers), Omri Casspi (Grizzlies), Norris Cole (Italy), Torrey Craig (Nuggets), Dante Cunningham (Spurs), Seth Curry (Trail Blazers), Ed Davis (Nets), Malcolm Delaney (Turkey), Milton Doyle (Spain), Toney Douglas (Turkey), PJ Dozier (Celtics), Kevin Durant (Warriors), Wayne Ellington (Heat), James Ennis (Rockets), Tyler Ennis (Turkey), Tyreke Evans (Pacers), Dante Exum (Jazz), Derrick Favors (Jazz), Kay Felder (Raptors), Yogi Ferrell (Kings), Bryn Forbes (Spurs), Channing Frye (Cavaliers), Rudy Gay (Spurs), Raymond Felton (Thunder), Paul George (Thunder), Aaron Gordon (Magic), Treveon Graham (Nets), Jerami Grant (Thunder), Gerald Green (Rockets), Jeff Green (Wizards), Montrezl Harrell (Clippers), Devin Harris (Mavericks), Joe Harris (Nets), Daniel Hamilton (Hawks), Aaron Harrison (Turkey), Nigel Hayes (Turkey), Mario Hezonja (Knicks), Darrun Hilliard (Turkey), Danuel House (Warriors), Dwight Howard (Wizards), Ersan Ilyasova (Bucks), Demetrius Jackson (76ers), LeBron James (Lakers), Al Jefferson (China), Amile Jefferson (Magic), Brandon Jennings (Russia), Jonas Jerebko (Warriors), Amir Johnson (76ers), Dominique Jones (China), Jalen Jones (Mavericks), Nikola Jokic (Nuggets), DeAndre Jordan (Mavericks), Shane Larkin (Turkey), Joffrey Lauvergne (Turkey), Zach LaVine (Bulls), Walter Lemon (Celtics), Kevon Looney (Warriors), Brook Lopez (Bucks), Damion Lee (Warriors), Alex Len (Hawks), Shelvin Mack (Grizzlies), Daryl Macon (Mavericks), JP Macura (Hornets), Yante Maten (Heat), Mangok Mathiang (Italy), Luc Mbah a Moute (Clippers), James Michael McAdoo (Italy), Erik McCree (Italy), Doug McDermott (Pacers), JaVale McGee (Lakers), Jordan McRae (Wizards), Salah Mejri (Mavericks), Jordan Mickey (Russia), Greg Monroe (Raptors), Monte Morris (Nuggets), Shabazz Muhammad (Bucks), Shabazz Napier (Nets), Raul Neto (Jazz), Malik Newman (Heat), Georges Niang (Jazz), Andrew Nicholson (China), Nerlens Noel (Thunder), Dirk Nowitzki (Mavericks), James Nunnally (Timberwolves), Jusuf Nurkic (Trail Blazers), David Nwaba (Cavaliers), Jahlil Okafor (Pelicans), Cam Oliver (Trail Blazers), Chinanu Onuaku (Trail Blazers), Kyle O'Quinn (Pacers), Zaza Pachulia (Pistons), Jabari Parker (Bulls), Tony Parker (Hornets), Chris Paul (Rockets), Elfrid Payton (Pelicans), Gary Payton II (Trail Blazers), Norvel Pelle (76ers), Alec Peters (Russia), Quincy Pondexter (Spurs), Alex Poythress (Hawks), Chassan Randle (Wizards), Julius Randle (Pelicans), JJ Redick (76ers), Glenn Robinson (Pistons), Nate Robinson (Lebanon), Thomas Robinson (Hawks), Rajon Rondo (Lakers), Derrick Rose (Timberwolves), Luis Scola (China), Mike Scott (Clippers), Marcus Smart (Celtics), Raymond Spalding (Mavericks), Marreese Speights (China), Nik Stauskas (Trail Blazers), Lance Stephenson (Lakers), Elijah Stewart (Pacers), Jarnell Stoles (Heat), Jared Sullinger (China), Isaiah Taylor (Cavaliers), Isaiah Thomas (Nuggets), Anthony Tolliver (Timberwolves), Fred VanVleet (Raptors), Noah Vonleh (Knicks), Tyrone Wallace (Pelicans), Derrick Walton Jr. (Bulls), Yuta Watanabe (Grizzlies), Travis Wear (Lakers), James Webb III (Germany), Briante Weber (Heat), Thomas Welsh (Nuggets), Isaiah Whitehead (Russia), C.J. Williams (Timberwolves), Troy Williams (Pelicans), Christian Wood (Bucks).

General NBA Free Agency Overview

In NBA free agency, players seek new contracts, whether with their current team or another squad elsewhere. They are NBA free agents. Unrestricted free agents can sign with any team that offers them a contract. Restricted free agents can do the same BUT the team they had just been a member of has the right to match that new contract and keep the player.

Therefore, if a team signs an unrestricted free agent, it's a done deal, that team has added that player. But if a team signs a restricted free agent (of another team), the original team could match the offer and keep him, so signing a restricted free agent (of another team) is a bit of a gamble. Because while the new team is waiting to see if the original team matches the offer, there's a chance some other free agent they also wanted signs elsewhere.

With the way the NBA is structured salary rule-wise, the many good players in need of a new contract often re-sign with their current team rather than go someplace new, because their current team can often sign them to a longer contract and for more money.

Often, you hear that a star player in NBA free agency may seek a new home, but in reality, the vast majority of teams in the league are at or above the salary cap limit and simply don't have the money available to sign a star.

Be sure to see our 2018 NBA Free Agents page for complete team-by-team lists.

And see the best NBA Free Agents list.



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2017 NBA FREE AGENCY

2017 NBA free agency signings list: Arron Afflalo (Magic), Tony Allen (Pelicans), James Anderson (Russia), Joel Anthony (Bucks), Luke Babbitt (Hawks), Ron Baker (Knicks), Brandon Bass (China), Aron Baynes (Celtics), Michael Beasley (Knicks), Tarik Black (Rockets), Bojan Bogdanovic (Pacers), Andrew Bogut (signed with Lakers), Aaron Brooks (Timberwolves), Bobby Brown (Rockets), Reggie Bullock (Pistons), Jose Calderon (Cavaliers), Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (Lakers), Isaiah Canaan (Thunder), Vince Carter (Kings), Michael Carter-Williams (Hornets), Omri Casspi (Warriors), Mario Chalmers (Grizzlies), Rakeem Christmas (Turkey), Ian Clark (Pelicans), Norris Cole (Israel), Darren Collison (Pacers), Nick Collison (Thunder), Quinn Cook (Hawks), Jamal Crawford (Timberwolves), Dante Cunningham (Pelicans), Stephen Curry (Warriors), Dewayne Dedmon (Hawks), Boris Diaw (France), Larry Drew II (Heat), Kevin Durant (Warriors), Tyreke Evans (Grizzlies), Cristiano Felicio (Bulls), Raymond Felton (Thunder), Jimmer Fredette (China), Danilo Gallinari (Clippers), Langston Galloway (Pistons), Pau Gasol (Spurs), Rudy Gay (Spurs), Michael Gbinije (Warriors), Taj Gibson (Timberwolves), Manu Ginobili (Spurs), Marcus Georges-Hunt (Timberwolves), Archie Goodwin (Trail Blazers), Gerald Green (Bucks), Jeff Green (Cavaliers), Blake Griffin (Clippers), Justin Hamilton (China), Tim Hardaway Jr. (Knicks), Manny Harris (Greece), Udonis Haslem (Heat), Gordon Hayward (Celtics), George Hill (Kings), Darrun Hilliard (Spurs), Jrue Holiday (Pelicans), Justin Holiday (Bulls), Kris Humphries (76ers), Serge Ibaka (Raptors), Andre Iguodala (Warriors), Ersan Ilyasova (Hawks), Joe Ingles (Jazz), Jarrett Jack (Knicks), Demetrius Jackson (Rockets), Pierre Jackson (Israel), Brandon Jennings (China), Jonas Jerebko (Jazz), Amir Johnson (76ers), James Johnson (Heat), Terrence Jones (China), Ryan Kelly (Spain), D.J. Kennedy (Turkey), Kyle Korver (Cavaliers), Shane Larkin (Celtics), Ty Lawson, (China), Alex Len (Suns), Shaun Livingston (Warriors), Joffrey Lauvergne (Spurs), Kyle Lowry (Raptors), John Lucas III (retired), Shelvin Mack (Magic), Kendall Marshall (Bucks), Luc Richard Mbah a Moute (Rockets), James Michael McAdoo (76ers), Ray McCallum (Spain), K.J. McDaniels (Raptors), JaVale McGee (Warriors), Ben McLemore (Grizzlies), Jordan McRae (Spain), Jodie Meeks (Wizards), Jordan Mickey (Heat), C.J. Miles (Raptors), Patty Mills (Spurs), Paul Millsap (Nuggets), Nikola Mirotic (Bulls), Eric Moreland (Pistons), Anthony Morrow (Trail Blazers), Donatas Motiejunas (China), Shabazz Muhammad (Timberwolves), Mike Muscala (Hawks), Gary Neal (Spain), Nene (Rockets), Georges Niang (Warriors), Andrew Nicholson (China), Nerlens Noel (Mavericks), Dirk Nowitzki (Mavericks), Kelly Olynyk (Heat), Cedi Osman (Cavaliers), Zaza Pachulia (Warriors), Patrick Patterson (Thunder), Brandon Paul (Spurs), Adreian Payne (Magic), Marshall Plumlee (Clippers), Mason Plumlee (Nuggets). Otto Porter Jr. (Wizards), Alex Poythress (Pacers), Phil Pressey (Spain), Zach Randolph (Kings), J.J. Redick (76ers), Willie Reed (Clippers), Andre Roberson (Thunder), Brian Roberts (Greece), Sergio Rodriguez (Russia), Rajon Rondo (Pelicans), Derrick Rose (Cavaliers), Damjan Rudez (Magic), Brandon Rush (Bucks), Robert Sacre (Japan), Luis Scola (retired), Mike Scott (Wizards), Thabo Sefolosha (Jazz), Wayne Selden (Grizzlies), Kevin Seraphin (Spain), Ramon Sessions (Knicks), Jonathon Simmons (Magic), Tony Snell (Bucks), Marreese Speights (Magic), Diamond Stone (Bulls), Jarnell Stokes (China), Amar'e Stoudemire (retired), Jared Sullinger (China), Jeff Teague (Timberwolves), Milos Teodosic (Clippers), Jason Terry (Bucks), Jason Thompson (Turkey), Anthony Tolliver (Pistons), Alex Toupane (Lithuania), P.J. Tucker (Rockets), Ekpe Udoh (Jazz), Jarrod Uthoff (Pacers), Sasha Vujacic (Italy), Dion Waiters (Heat), Briante Weber (Lakers), David West (Warriors), Jeff Withey (Mavericks), C.J. Wilcox (Trail Blazers), Damien Wilkins (Pacers), Alan Williams (Suns), Troy Williams (Rockets), Kyle Wiltjer (Raptors), Christian Wood (China), James Young (Bucks), Nick Young (Warriors), Tyler Zeller (Nets), Stephen Zimmerman (Lakers).

Source: South Florida Sun Sentinel
Updated September 24, 2017



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Key 2016 NBA free agent dates:
July 1-6: Teams can negotiate deals with free agents.
July 7 and on: Teams can actually sign free agents

2016 NBA FREE AGENCY RESULTS
Updated September 23
Source: South Florida Sun Sentinel

Agreed to terms (with 2016-17 team in parentheses): Quincy Acy (Mavericks), Arron Afflalo (Kings), Cole Aldrich (Timberwolves), Lou Amundson (Knicks),Alan Anderson (Clippers), Chris Andersen (Cavaliers), James Anderson (Turkey), Ryan Anderson (Rockets), Joel Anthony (Spurs), Darrell Arthur (Nuggets), D.J. Augustin (Magic), Nicolas Batum (Hornets), Leandro Barbosa (Suns), Brandon Bass (Clippers), Jerryd Bayless (76ers), Harrison Barnes (Mavericks), Matt Barnes (Kings), Kent Bazemore (Hawks), Bradley Beal (Wizards), Anthony Bennett (Nets), Bismack Biyombo (Magic), Tarik Black (Lakers), Trevor Booker (Nets), Elton Brand (76ers), Aaron Brooks (Pacers), Markel Brown (Cavaliers), Chase Budinger (Nets), Rasual Butler (Timberwolves), Isaiah Canaan (Bulls), Ian Clark (Warriors), Jordan Clarkson (Lakers), Mike Conley (Grizzlies), Allen Crabbe (Trail Blazers), Jamal Crawford (Clippers), Seth Curry (Mavericks), Troy Daniels (Grizzlies), Branden Dawson (Magic), Dewayne Dedmon (Spurs), Matthew Dellavedova (Bucks), Luol Deng (Lakers), DeMar DeRozan (Raptors), Spencer Dinwiddie (Bulls), Andre Drummond (Pistons), Jared Dudley (Suns), Kevin Durant (Warriors), Wayne Ellington (Heat), James Ennis (Grizzlies), Festus Ezeli (Trail Blazers), Jordan Farmar (Kings), Raymond Felton (Clippers), Evan Fournier (Magic), (Nets), Tim Frazier (Pelicans), Langston Galloway (Pelicans), Pau Gasol (Spurs), Alonzo Gee (Pelicans), Manu Ginobili (Spurs), Eric Gordon (Rockets), Gerald Green (Celtics), Jeff Green (Magic), Jorge Gutierrez (Nets), Justin Hamilton (Nets), Maurice Harkless (Blazers), Joe Harris (Nets), Udonis Haslem (Heat), Gerald Henderson (76ers), Roy Hibbert (Hornets), J.J. Hickson (China), Jordan Hill (Timberwolves), Solomon Hill (Pelicans), John Holland (Cavaliers), Al Horford (Celtics), Dwight Howard (Hawks), Marcelo Huertas (Lakers), Kris Humphries (Hawks), LeBron James (Cavaliers), Al Jefferson (Pacers), Richard Jefferson (Cavaliers), Brandon Jennings (Knicks), James Johnson (Heat), Joe Johnson (Jazz), Tyler Johnson (Heat), Wesley Johnson (Clippers), Dahntay Jones (Cavaliers), James Jones (Cavaliers), Terrence Jones (Pelicans), Ryan Kelly (Hawks), Shane Larkin (Spain), Ty Lawson (Kings), Courtney Lee (Knicks), David Lee (Spurs), Meyers Leonard (Blazers), Jon Leuer (Pistons), Jeremy Lin (Nets), JaVale McGee (Warriors), Ian Mahinmi (Pacers), Boban Marjanovic (Pistons), Luc Richard Mbah a Moute (Clippers), James Michael McAdoo (Warriors), Mike Miller (Nuggets), E'Twaun Moore (Pelicans), Eric Moreland (Cavaliers), Timofey Mozgov (Lakers), Xavier Munford (Clippers), Nene (Rockets), Andrew Nicholson (Wizards), Joakim Noah (Knicks). Steve Novak (Bucks), Dirk Nowitzki (Mavericks), Zaza Pachulia (Warriors), Chandler Parsons (Grizzlies), Lamar Patterson (Kings), Miles Plumlee (Bucks), Dwight Powell (Mavericks), Ronnie Price (Thunder), Pablo Prigioni (Rockets), Willie Reed (Heat), Austin Rivers (Clippers), Brian Roberts (Hornets), Thomas Robinson (Lakers), Rajon Rondo (Bulls), Damjan Rudez (Magic), Brandon Rush (Timberwolves), Robert Sacre (Pelicans), Luis Scola (Nets), Kevin Seraphin (Pacers), Ramon Sessions (Hornets), Henry Sims (Jazz), Donald Sloan (China), Ish Smith (Pistons), Jason Smith (Wizards), Marreese Speights (Clippers), Lance Stephenson (Pelicans), Jared Sullinger (Raptors), Mirza Teletovic (Bucks), Garrett Temple (Sacramento), Jason Terry (Bucks), Lance Thomas (Knicks), Jason Thompson (China), Marcus Thornton (Wizards), Anthony Tolliver (Kings), Evan Turner (Trail Blazers), Beno Udrih (Heat), Anderson Varejao (Warriors), Greivis Vasquez (Nets), Sasha Vujacic (Knicks), Dwyane Wade (Bulls), Dion Waiters (Heat), David West (Warriors), Hassan Whiteside (Heat), Deron Williams (Mavericks), Derrick Williams (Heat), Marvin Williams (Hornets), Christian Wood (Hornets), Metta World Peace (Lakers), , Dorell Wright (Clippers), Tyler Zeller (Celtics).

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