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NBA Free Agency Tracker

Tracking all the latest moves and rumors in the NBA's free agency period

June 28, 2019 - 12:03 am

The free agency period in the NBA has officially opened with a number of big moves already made by a number of players and teams around the league.

Get all the latest news, moves, and rumors that swirl around NBA circles on WGR's official NBA free agency tracker:


  • Wizards sign Isaiah Thomas 

The veteran point guard is looking for a fresh start, hoping to return to the high level of play he was use to with the Boston Celtics. 

Thomas is hoping that place will be Washington. Playing time could increase significantly while John Wall continues to recover from a torn achilies. 


  • Clippers re-sign Patrick Beverley

A key part of the Clippers run to the playoffs last season is staying put. Los Angeles has signed PG Patrick Beverley through 2022.


  • Golden State clears up cap space sending Andre Iguodala to the Grizzlies 

After handing D'Angelo Russell a max contract, the Warriors cleared up the neccessary salary cap space by trading former Finals MVP Andre Iguodala to the Memphis Grizzlies for multiple draft picks.


  • Warriors add D'Angelo Russell through sign and trade with Brooklyn

The Golden State Warriors have replaced Kevin Durant in the form of D'Angelo Russell through a sign and trade with the Brooklyn Nets.

Russell could now be the third splash brother shooting nearly 37% from three-point range last season (36.9%).



  • Durant and Irving teaming up in Brooklyn 

It is official. The speculation that Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving wanted to join forces has become reality. Both stars are set to sign long-term deals with the Nets. 


  • Philadelphia keep Tobias Harris and bring in Al Horford

The 76ers made sure it was just Jimmy Butler that was headed out of town. Philadelphia re-signed F Tobias Harris to a five year $180 million contract.

Veteran forward Al Horford is also headed to the city of brotherly love.


  • 76ers and Heat agree to sign and trade for Jimmy Butler

It looks like Butler's short time in Philadelphia is coming to an end.  The veteran guard is joining the Miami Heat through a sign and trade that will send Josh Richardson to Philadelphia.

Butler's contract in Miami is four years worth $142 million.


  • Jazz sign another shooter in Bojan Bogdanovic

Utah didn't stop with trading for Mike Conley. The Jazz brought in another shooter to surround Conley and Donavan Mitchell by signing former Indianna Pacers veteran Bojan Bogdanovic.


  • Knicks add two free agents to the frontcourt

New York added two big men to the front court bringing in Julius Randle and Taj Gibson.

Knicks President Steve Mills released a statement after reports came out that New York was not willing to offer Kevin Durant a max contract due to his achilies injury.


  • Pelicans add veteran talent to young core

New Orleans has signed sharp shooting SG JJ Reddick and are on the verge of bringing in former Utah Jazz C Derek Favors to compliment their core of Zion Willamson, Jrue Holiday, Brandon Ingram, and Lonzo Ball.


  • Sign and trade sends Kemba Walker to Celtics and Terry Rozier to Charlotte

Kemba Walker is headed to Boston as expected but the Hornets were able to land G Terry Rozier as part of the sign and trade with the Celtics.

Rozier received a $58 million contract from the Hornets.



  • Damian Lillard to receive super max in Portland 

The Trail Blazers are set to pay their franchise point guard the largest contract in franchise history. After making it all the way to the Western Conference Finals, Portland is about to reward Lillard. 


  • Bucks keep Khris Middleton with max deal


The right hand man to Giannis Antetokounmpo is staying in Milwaukuee.


  • Malcolm Brogdon headed to Indianna


The former rookie of the year was traded from Milwaukee to Indianna.


  • Ricky Rubio to join Suns

The former Utah Jazz PG is being added to the Phoneix backcourt with Devin Booker.


  • Raptors C Marc Gasol picks up $25.6 million player option 


As Toronto focuses on retaining their reigning finals MVP in Kawhi Leonard, they will not have to worry about also losing Marc Gasol. 

The Raptors traded for Gasol at the 2019 trade deadline where he then became a key piece in Toronto's first ever NBA championship.

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