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2017 NBA Free Agency Tracker

Houston Rockets' Troy Williams (14) dives for a loose ball against Denver Nuggets' Gary Harris (14) in the second half of an NBA basketball game, Wednesday, April 5, 2017, in Houston. (AP Photo/Michael Wyke)
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2017 NBA free agency is finally here! There were some significant moves made before free agency began, including the blockbuster Chris Paul trade to the Houston Rockets. Expect plenty more fireworks in the coming weeks, and you can keep track of all the movement right here. The deals are in reverse chronological order.

Troy Williams: The former Hoosier is sticking around Houston for a little while longer. ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reports that Williams has agreed to a three-year deal with the Rockets.

Willie Read: Chirs Haynes of ESPN broke the news that Reed is heading to the Clippers on a one-year, $1.5 million deal.

Mario Chalmers: The Memphis Grizzly is sticking with the team, as indicated by his Instagram post.

Luc Mbah a Moute: The former Clippers forward is heading to the Houston Rockets, per ESPN’s Chris Haynes.

Rajon Rondo: The mercurial point guard is heading to the New Orleans Pelicans, per The Vertical’s Shams Charania.

Tarik Black: The big man is heading to the Houston Rockets, per The Vertical’s Shams Charania.

David Nwaba: The Chicago Bulls have claimed the former Los Angeles Lakers guard off waivers, per The Vertical’s Shams Charania.

Jonathon Simmons: The swingman is leaving the San Antonio Spurs and joining the Orlando Magic on a three-year deal, per The Vertical’s Shams Charania.

Chris Boucher: The Oregon product has joined the Golden State Warriors on a two-way deal.

Antonio Blakeney: Blakeney has been rewarded with a two-way contract after impressing with the Chicago Bulls in summer league.

Abdel Nader: The Boston Celtics’ 2016 second-round pick is getting a four-year, $6 million contract, per The Vertical’s Shams Charania.

Nick Collison: The veteran will finish his career on a one-year deal with the Oklahoma City Thunder, per The Vertical’s Shams Charania.

Alex Caruso: The Los Angeles Lakers are signing the summer-league star to a two-way deal, per ESPN’s Ramona Shelburne.

Brandon Paul: Paul is getting a guaranteed deal from the San Antonio Spurs, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Euro reporter David Pick first reported the deal.

Devin Robinson: The rookie product out of Florida is getting a two-way contract from the Washington Wizards, per Candace Buckner of the Washington Post.

Ekpe Udoh: Udoh is coming back over from Europe to the Utah Jazz on a two-year, $6.5 million deal, per The Vertical’s Shams Charania.

Ersan Ilyasova: The veteran forward is returning to the Atlanta Hawks on a one-year, $6 million deal, per The Vertical’s Shams Charania.

Jonas Jerebko: Another deal for the Utah Jazz, as Jerebko is getting a two-year, $8.2 million deal to head to Utah, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Thabo Sefolosha: The veteran swingman is joining the Utah Jazz on a two-year, $10.5 million deal, per The Vertical’s Shams Charania.

Cedi Osman: The Cleveland Cavaliers are bringing over their 2015 draft stash on a three-year, $8.3 million deal, plus $675,000 going to his Euro buyout, per ESPN’s Brian Windhorst.

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope: After the Detroit Pistons withdrew his qualifying offer, Caldwell-Pope is betting on himself and taking a one-year, $18 million deal with the Los Angeles Lakers, per ESPN’s Brian Windhorst.

Dewayne Dedmon: Dedmon is heading to the Atlanta Hawks on a two-year, $14 million deal, per USA TODAY Sports’ Sam Amick. The second year is a player option.

Anthony Tolliver: Tolliver was a member of the Detroit Pistons in 2015-16, and now he’s returning after spending last year with the Sacramento Kings. The deal is for one year and $3.3 million, per The Vertical’s Shams Charania.

Reggie Bullock: Bullock is returning to the Detroit Pistons on a two-year, $5 million deal, per The Vertical’s Shams Charania. This despite the Pistons earlier withdrawing his qualifying offer and making him an unrestricted free agent.

Joffrey Lauvergne: Lauvergne is heading to the San Antonio Spurs after the Chicago Bulls pulled his qualifying offer, per The Vertical’s Shams Charania.

Alan Williams: The Phoenix Suns big man is returning on a three-year, $17 million deal, per The Vertical’s Shams Charania.

Malcolm Miller and Alfonzo McKinnie: The Toronto Raptors signed Miller to a two-way deal and McKinnie to a multi-year contract.

Aron Baynes: The Boston Celtics needed some help in the frontcourt, and they’ll get it in the form of former Detroit Pistons big man Aron Baynes. The deal is for one year and $4.3 million, per The Vertical’s Shams Charania.

C.J. Miles: The Toronto Raptors got out of DeMarre Carroll’s contract on Saturday, and now they’re set to replace him with Miles. ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reports Toronto is finalizing a sign-and-trade deal for Miles with the Indiana Pacers that will send Cory Joseph to Indiana. Miles will get three years and $25 million, and the third year is a player option.

Analysis: Raptors and Pacers both benefit from C.J. Miles-Cory Joseph trade

Cameron Oliver: The Houston Rockets signed the undrafted rookie out of Nevada.

Jamal Crawford: The veteran gunner is joining the Minnesota Timberwolves on a two-year, $8.9 million deal, per The Vertical’s Shams Charania. The second year is a player option.

Analysis: Timberwolves seek bench scoring with Jamal Crawford deal

James Harden: The Houston Rockets star signed a massive four-year extension that will run through 2022-23. Harden will make $228 million from now through the rest of the deal, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Analysis: James Harden’s extension with Rockets is worth it for both parties

Shelvin Mack: The Orlando Magic are bringing in the veteran point guard on a two-year, $12 million pact, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Jeff Green: The veteran forward is heading to the Cleveland Cavaliers on a one-year, $2.3 million contract, per ESPN’s Brian Windhorst.

Analysis: Jeff Green isn’t good but is a reasonable cheap deal for Cavaliers

Zaza Pachulia: The Golden State Warriors center is back on a one-year, $3.5 million deal, per USA TODAY Sports’ Sam Amick.

Raymond Felton: The Oklahoma City Thunder have a new backup point guard on a one-year deal, per ESPN’s Chris Haynes.

Analysis: Raymond Felton gives Thunder an upgrade at point guard

Bojan Bogdanovic: The Washington Wizards pulled Bogdanovic’s qualifying offer, and he quickly agreed to a two-year, $21 million deal with the Indiana Pacers, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. The second year is partially guaranteed.

Tyreke Evans: The Memphis Grizzlies are getting Evans on a cheap $3.3 million contract for one season, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Mike Muscala: The Atlanta Hawks are bringing back the big man on a two-year, $10 million deal, per The Vertical’s Shams Charania. The second year is a player option.

Tim Hardaway Jr.: Hardaway signed a massive four-year, $71 million offer sheet with the New York Knicks, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski and Ian Begley. The deal has a 15 percent trade kicker and a player option on the four year, per Begley. The Atlanta Hawks didn’t match the deal.

Analysis: Knicks gonna Knick with massive 4-year offer sheet for Tim Hardaway Jr. 

James Johnson: As expected, the Miami Heat soon agreed to a four-year deal with Johnson after their agreements to sign Kelly Olynyk and trade Josh McRoberts, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Tim Reynolds of The Associated Press reports the deal is for $60 million.

Analysis: Heat shell out 4-year deals to James Johnson and Kelly Olynyk

Bogdan Bogdanovic: There were reports before free agency began that the Sacramento Kings were bringing over the 2016 draftee, and Bogdanovic is getting a record three-year, $27 million deal, per Euro reporter David Pick.

Vince Carter: The Sacramento Kings have added another vet by inking Carter to a one-year, $8 million deal, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Analysis: Kings boost veteran presence even more with addition of Vince Carter

Rudy Gay: Gay will try to bounce back from an Achilles injury with the San Antonio Spurs. The deal is for two years, $17 million and has a player option, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Analysis: San Antonio is the best place for Rudy Gay to succeed

Kelly Olynyk: The former Boston Celtics big man is heading to the Miami Heat on a four-year, $50 million deal (fourth-year player option), per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. The Heat are dealing Josh McRoberts and a second-round pick to the Dallas Mavericks for A.J. Hammons to create cap space for Olynyk and James Johnson, per The Vertical’s Shams Charania.

Bronson Koenig: The undrafted guard out of Wisconsin isn’t going far, as he has signed a two-way deal with the Milwaukee Bucks. Undrafted rookie JeQuan Lewis from VCU also got a deal.

Eric Moreland: The Detroit Pistons have signed the big man after a solid summer league.

Milos Teodosic: Euro stud point guard Milos Teodosic is heading to the Los Angeles Clippers on a two-year, $12.3 million deal, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. The second year is a player option.

Analysis: Clippers add entertainment and valuable playmaking with Milos Teodosic

Dirk Nowitzki: The Dallas Mavericks legend will continue his career on a two-year, $10 million deal, per ESPN’s Tim MacMahon. The second year is a team option.

Analysis: Dirk Nowitzki will never stop helping out Mavericks

Andre Roberson: The defensive specialist is returning to the Oklahoma City Thunder on a three-year, $30 million pact, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Analysis: Thunder solidify their imposing defense with Andre Roberson deal

Dion Waiters: Waiters is returning to the Miami Heat on a four-year deal, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Basketball Insiders’ Michael Scotto reports it’s for $52 million.

Analysis: Heat kick off Plan B by retaining Dion Waiters

Darius Miller: The 2012 draft pick is coming over from Europe to join the New Orleans Pelicans, per Euro reporter David Pick.

Mike Young: The Washington Wizards have signed the undrafted rookie out of Pittsburgh to a two-way contract.

Nick Young: The Golden State Warriors are now even swaggier than before. Young is heading to the defending champs on a one-year, $5.2 million deal, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Analysis: Warriors are even swaggier with addition of Nick Young

Patrick Patterson: The Oklahoma City Thunder got Patterson on an incredibly affordable three-year, $16.4 million deal, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. The third year is a player option.

Analysis: Thunder’s quick rebuild adds another good piece in Patrick Patterson

Otto Porter: Porter has agreed to a four-year max offer sheet ($106 million) with the Brooklyn Nets, per The Vertical’s Shams Charania. The Washington Wizards are expected to match and have until July 8 to do so.

Analysis: Nets keep smartly swinging for fences with Otto Porter offer sheet

Gordon Hayward: Hayward was taking his talents to the Boston Celtics … until he wasn’t … until he was. ESPN’s Chris Haynes initially reported a decision to go to Boston, and it was confirmed by a host of other reporters. However, Hayward’s agent, Mark Bartelstein, soon announced that no decision had been made. After several hours of waiting, Hayward announced it himself on The Players’ Tribune.

Analysis: Celtics save their offseason with big addition of Gordon Hayward | What comes next for Jazz now that Gordon Hayward is gone? | Gordon Hayward leaves Utah for greener pastures

Omri Casspi: The veteran sharpshooter is bringing more shooting to the Golden State Warriors on a one-year deal, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Analysis: Omri Casspi deal shows Warriors are still light years ahead

Zach Randolph: The Sacramento Kings are in serious action on the Fourth! Z-Bo is also joining the Kings, and he’ll be coming on a two-year, $24 million contract, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Analysis: Zach Randolph and Grizzlies better for having found each other

George Hill: In a curious move, the Sacramento Kings have agreed to a three-year, $57 million deal with George Hill after making point guard De’Aaron Fox the fifth pick in the draft, per The Vertical’s Shams Charania. TNT’s David Aldridge reports the deal is partially guaranteed.

Analysis: George Hill and Zach Randolph deals  are a mixed bag for Kings

Mike Scott: The forward is expected to sign with the Washington Wizards on a minimum deal, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Danilo Gallinari: Gallinari is heading to the Los Angeles Clippers in a three-way sign-and-trade deal that involves the Denver Nuggets and Atlanta Hawks, per The Vertical’s Shams Charania and others. Jamal Crawford, Diamond Stone and a 2018 first-round pick are heading from the Clippers to Atlanta. The Nuggets are getting a 2019 second-round pick from the Hawks, and Denver will subsequently have the ability to add Paul Millsap.

Analysis: Clippers can keep making the best of free agency with Danilo Gallinari

Johnathan Motley: The undrafted rookie out of Baylor is joining the Dallas Mavericks on a two-way contract.

Mike James: The Phoenix Suns have signed the guard who has played the last five years in Europe.

Darren Collison: Collison reunites with the Indiana Pacers on a two-year, $20 million deal, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Kevin Durant: The 2017 NBA Finals MVP is taking a significant discount to stay with the Golden State Warriors. Durant is taking a two-year, $53 million deal, per ESPN’s Chris Haynes. The first year is about $9 million less than his max and roughly $6 million less than he was expected to take. The second year is a player option.

Analysis: Durant’s team-friendly contract proves he’s all-in with Warriors

Luke Kornet: The New York Knicks added the undrafted rookie on a two-way contract.

Paul Millsap: The Denver Nuggets make a big splash by nabbing Millsap on a three-year, $90 million deal, per The Vertical’s Shams Charania. CBS Sports’ Matt Moore reports the third year is a team option.

Analysis: Paul Millsap joins Nuggets as West gets even stronger

Ben McLemore: The Sacramento Kings castoff is heading to the Memphis Grizzlies, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. ESPN’s Chris Haynes reports the deal is two years, $10.7 million.

Justin Holiday: A year after trading Holiday away in the Derrick Rose trade, the Chicago Bulls are getting him back on a two-year, $9 million deal, per The Vertical’s Shams Charania.

Kyle Lowry: Lowry penned a Players’ Tribune article to announce he’s staying with the Toronto Raptors. The deal is for three years and $100 million, per Michael Scotto of Basketball Insiders.

Analysis: Raptors give Kyle Lowry big 3-year deal to keep core on same timeline

Nene: So this situation was a bit weird. Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle initially reported that Nene would be back with the Houston Rockets on a four-year, $15 million deal. ESPN’s Bobby Marks then reported it’d be a three-year deal worth close to $11 million because a four-year deal for Nene is illegal due to the Over-38 rule. Nene first balked at the three-year offer, per Marc Spears of The Undefeated, but he wound up taking the deal, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Kyle Korver: The Cleveland Cavaliers have agreed to re-sign the sharpshooter on a three-year, $22 million contract, per The Vertical’s Shams Charania. ESPN’s Brian Windhorst reports the third year has a partial guarantee.

Analysis: Cavaliers make necessary move by retaining Kyle Korver

Jodie Meeks: Meeks is heading to the Washington Wizards to help their poor bench on a two-year, $7 million deal, per The Vertical’s Shams Charania.

Analysis: Standig: Wizards add Meeks and prepare to match any offer for Porter

Taj Gibson: Taj Gibson is reuniting with Tom Thibodeau and Jimmy Butler in Minnesota on a two-year, $28 million deal, per The Vertical’s Shams Charania.

Analysis: Tom Thibodeau getting band back together with addition of Taj Gibson

Serge Ibaka: The Toronto Raptors are bringing back the big man on a three-year, $65 million deal, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Analysis: Raptors help their defense and future flexibility with Serge Ibaka deal

P.J. Tucker: The Houston Rockets missed out on Iggy, but they get a nice consolation prize in the form of Tucker on a four-year, $32 million deal, per The Vertical’s Shams Charania.

Analysis: Rockets place important emphasis on defense with PJ Tucker deal

Andre Iguodala: The Golden State Warriors veteran took other meetings, but he ultimately decided to return to the defending champs on a three-year, $48 million deal. Iggy even broke the news himself.

Analysis: Warriors keep their core together by bringing back Andre Iguodala

Joe Ingles: The Utah Jazz are bringing back their swingman on a four-year, $52 million deal, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Good sign for Gordon Hayward?

Analysis: Re-signing Joe Ingles a vital part of free agency for Jazz

Jose Calderon: Calderon’s agency, Priority Sports, announced that the veteran point guard has a deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Michael Carter-Williams: The former Rookie of the Year is joining the Charlotte Hornets, per ESPN’s Jeff Goodman. The deal is for one year and $2.7 million.

Amir Johnson: Johnson will also be joining the Philadelphia 76ers on a one-year deal, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. It’s worth $11 million.

J.J. Redick: Redick is trusting the process for at least a year for $23 million big ones, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Analysis: J.J. Redick’s big 1-year deal with 76ers is great for both parties

Ante Zizic and Daniel Theis: The Boston Celtics officially inked one of their 2016 draft-and-stashes in Zizic, while Theis is a German forward coming over on a two-year deal, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Langston Galloway: The 25-year-old guard is heading to the Detroit Pistons on a three-year, $21 million pact, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Analysis: Pistons in tough situation to keep Kentavious Caldwell-Pope

David West: The veteran big man heads back to the Golden State Warriors for one final season before calling it a career, per TNT’s David Aldridge.

Zhou Qi: The Houston Rockets are bringing over 7-foot-2 2016 second-round pick Zhou Qi on a multi-year deal, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Wayne Selden: The Memphis Grizzlies have agreed to a two-year deal with swingman Wayne Selden, per Michael Scotto of Basketball Insiders.

Jrue Holiday: Holiday is heading back to the New Orleans Pelicans on a massive five-year, $126 deal, per per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Analysis: Pelicans pay price for Jrue Holiday to keep their best option at point guard

Ron Baker: The New York Knicks guard tweeted that he is returning to the team.

Shaun Livingston: The Golden State Warriors are bringing back their reliable backup point guard on a three-year, $24 million deal, per Jon Krawczynski of The Associated Press. ESPN’s Zach Lowe reports the third year is only $2 million guaranteed.

Patty Mills: Mills is heading back to the San Antonio Spurs on a four-year, $50 million contract, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Analysis: Spurs make good deal by bringing back Patty Mills at low cost

Cristiano Felicio: The Chicago Bulls big man returns on a four-year, $32 million deal, per The Vertical’s Shams Charania.

Tony Snell: The Milwaukee Bucks swingman is back on a four-year, $46 million deal, with $44 million guaranteed, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Stephen Curry: Surprise! Steph is getting his supermax deal worth over $200 million over five years, per Marc Stein.

Analysis: Stephen Curry finally gets the money he deserves in free agency

Paul George: This isn’t a free-agency signing of course, but the Oklahoma City Thunder pulled off a bombshell trade by acquiring George from the Indiana Pacers, per ESPN’s Ramona Shelburne. The return is Victor Oladipo and Domantas Sabonis.

Analysis: Thunder step up to the plate with gutsy move for Paul George | Pacers pull trigger on Paul George trade and get polarizing return

Jeff Teague: Right after the Ricky Rubio trade, reports came out saying the Minnesota Timberwolves were the favorite for Teague. And sure enough, Teague got a three-year, $57 deal in Minny, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Analysis: Timberwolves make mediocre offensive move by getting Jeff Teague

Blake Griffin: Before free agency officially even started, Griffin agreed to a five-year, $173 million deal to stay with the Los Angeles Clippers, per The Vertical’s Shams Charania. ESPN’s Ramona Shelburne reports that there is no no-trade clause as part of the deal.

Analysis: Blake Griffin gets his big payday to stay with Clippers

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