NBA Free Agency Tracker

NBA Free Agency is so critical to the future of every team in the league. Every signing impacts the other 29 teams in multiples ways. A great signing can make your franchise look attractive next season or even lift you to an NBA Championship; moreover, a poor signing can decimate salary cap and ruin the potential for better free agents in the years to come. While many teams utilize the draft to bolster their rosters, NBA Free Agency allows teams to observe players with a proven track record and to bid on the answers for the problems plaguing the organization. Check out where some of the biggest names in the NBA are heading below:

  • Kyrie Irving: Brooklyn Nets (4 years- 141 million)
  • Kevin Durant: Brooklyn Nets (4 years- 164 million)
  • Khris Middleton: Milwaukee Bucks (5 years- 178 million)
  • JJ Reddick: New Orleans Pelicans (2 years- 26.5 million)
  • Kemba Walker: Boston Celtics (4 years- 141 million)
  • Harrison Barnes: Sacramento Kings (4 years- 85 million)
  • Derrick Rose: Detroit Pistons (2 years- 15 million)
  • Jonas Valanciunas: Memphis Grizzlies (3 years- 45 million)
  • Bojan Bogdanovic: Utah Jazz (4 years- 73 million)
  • Malcolm Brogdon: Indiana Pacers (4 years- 85 million)
  • Tobias Harris: Philadelphia 76ers (5 years- 180 million)
  • Julius Randle: New York Knicks (3 years- 63 million)
  • Al Horford: Philadelphia 76ers (4 years- 109 million)
  • DeAndre Jordan: Brooklyn Nets (4 years- 40 million)
  • D’Angelo Russell: Golden State Warriors (4 years- 117 million)
  • Jimmy Butler: Miami Heat (4 years- 142 million)
  • Mario Herzonja: Portland Trailblazers (Veterans minimum)
  • Patrick Beverley: Los Angeles Clippers (3 years- 40 million)
  • Bobby Portis: New York Knicks (2 years- 31 million)
  • Mike Scott: Philadelphia 76ers (2 years- 9.8 million)
  • George Hill: Milwaukee Bucks (3 years- 29 million)
  • Thaddeus Young: Chicago Bulls (3 years- 41 million)
  • Kristaps Porzingis: Dallas Mavericks (5 years- 158 million)
  • Ricky Rubio: Phoenix Suns (3 years- 51 million)
  • Trevor Ariza: Sacramento Kings (2 years- 25 million)
  • Rudy Gay: San Antonio Spurs (2 years- 32 million)
  • Brook Lopez: Milwaukee Bucks (4 years- 52 million)
  • Terry Rozier: Charlette Hornets (3 years- 58 million)
  • Dewayne Dedmon: Sacramento Kings (3 years- 40 million)
  • Seth Curry: Dallas Mavericks (4 years- 32 million)
  • Kevon Looney: Golden State Warriors (3 years- 15 million)
  • Elfrid Payton: New York Knicks (2 years- 16 million)
  • Isiah Thomas: Washington Wizards (1 year deal)
  • Enes Kanter: Boston Celtics (2 years- 10 million)
  • Rodney Hood: Portland Trailblazers (2 years- 16 million)
  • Terrance Ross: Orlando Magic (4 years- 54 million)
  • Dorian Finney-Smith: Dallas Mavericks (3 years- 12 million)
  • Willie Cauley-Stein: Golden State Warriors (1 year deal)
  • Jared Dudley: Los Angeles Lakers (1 year- 2.6 million)
  • Rodney McGruder: Los Angeles Clippers (3 years- 15 million)
  • Boban Marjanovic: Dallas Mavericks (2 years- 7 million)
  • Alex Caruso: Los Angeles Lakers (2 years- 5.5 million)
  • Ivica Zubac: Los Angeles Clippers (4 years- 28 million)
  • Danny Green: Los Angeles Lakers (2 years- 30 million)
  • T.J McConnell: Indiana Pacers (2 years- 7 million)
  • DeMarcus Cousins: Los Angeles Lakers (1 year- 3.5 million)
  • Kawhi Leonard: Los Angeles Clippers (4 years)

Stay tuned as the page is updated!

*Although this isn’t a free agent signing, it is important to note that Paul George was traded to the Clippers for 5 1st round picks, 2 pick swaps, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and Danilo Gallinari.

**Please note: Not every free agent that signed was included in this list. I tried to limit the list to both the big contracts and veterans’ contracts (ie: the ones I deemed important or impactful). The information from this list- in addition to a more comprehensive list featuring rumors, possible movement and other league information- can be found at: https://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/26914752/2019-nba-free-agency-latest-buzz-news-reports

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