Well, this offseason has already started off with a bang. Three blockbuster trades, countless rumors, and enough free agent speculations to last a lifetime have already thrown these past few weeks into chaos. The best part? It’s not even August yet.
With the NBA Free Agency period upon us, it’s important for you to stay up to date on the latest NBA news. With this Live 2017 free agent signings tracker, we will do just that, by giving out constant updates on the latest signings in the NBA over free agency.
Wednesday, July 5th
2:00 PM EST –
The Warriors have added yet another 3-point arson to their roster. Veteran guard Nick Young has signed a one year, $5.2 million deal with Dub Nation.
Tuesday, July 4th
1:23 PM EST –
Both George Hill and Zach Randolph chose to sign with a surprising team: The Sacramento Kings. Hill has agreed to a two year $57 million contract, while Randolph will sign for two years, $24 million
Sunday, July 2nd
11:28 PM EST –
Yet another All-Star moves West, as Paul Millsap has just agreed to a 3 year, $90 million contract with the Denver Nuggets.
5:24 PM EST –
Lowry returns to Raptors on a 3-year, 100M deal to stay with Raptors, getting the $30M-plus annual salary he wanted.
4:24 PM EST –
Kyle Korver, Cavaliers reportedly agree on 3-year, $22 million contract.
12:43 PM EST –
Free agent Jodie Meeks has agreed to a two-year, $7 million deal with the Washington Wizards.
11:53 AM EST –
Free agent Taj Gibson has agreed to a two-year, $28M deal with Minnesota., reuniting with coach Thibs from their Chicago days.
Free agent forward Serge Ibaka has reportedly reached an agreement on a three-year, $65 million contract to stay with the Toronto Raptors.
12:00 AM EST –
UFA P.J. Tucker has agreed to a four-year, $32M deal with the Rockets.
Saturday, July 1st
11:00 PM EST –
Andre Iguodala has agreed to a three-year, $45 million deal to return to the Warriors.
There is a sense among NBA executives is that Kyle Lowry will return to the Toronto Raptors, with a $27 million a year paycheck being rumored.
9:00 PM EST –
Restricted free agent Joe Ingles agrees to a four-year, $52 million deal to return to the Utah Jazz.
Free agent guard Rudy Gay visited the Oklahoma City Thunder on Friday. No deal has been reported.
Point Guard Jose Calderon has agreed to join the Cavaliers for a one year, veteran minimum deal.
6:00 PM EST –
J.J. Redick has agreed to a 1 year $23 million deal with the 76ers, leaving the Clippers after four seasons with the team. Also joining the 76ers is Boston big man Amir Johnson, who’s agreed to one year, $11 million.
Gordon Hayward has yet to make a decision, but growing speculation around the league hints that the Miami Heat are the front runners so far.
6:43 AM EST –
Free agent guard Jrue Holiday has reached agreement on 5-year, $126 million deal to stay with New Orleans Pelicans. The deal includes bonuses that could move package to $150 million, and a player option on 5th year.
1:40 AM EST –
Lakers have reportedly spoken to unrestricted free agent Andre Iguodala, and recently waived point guard Rajon Rondo.
12:05 AM EST –
Stephen Curry has agreed to a 5-year, $201M deal with Golden State, the richest contract in basketball history.
Shaun Livingston agrees to 3-year, $24 million deal with the Warriors.
Bulls re-sign center Cristiano Felicio to 4-year, $32 million deal.
Aussie Patty Mills has agreed to a 4-year, $50M deal to stay with San Antonio.
Free agent Jeff Teague has agreed to a 3-year, $57M deal with Minnesota.
Tony Snell has agreed to 4-year, $46M deal — $44M guaranteed — to return to Milwaukee. Includes player option.
12:00 AM EST –
Nene extends his contract with Houston for $15 million over 4 years.
For the Wizards, John Wall is considering a 4 year, $168 million contract.
The Warriors and their top Point Guard, Steph Curry, have reportedly reached an agreement for a 5 year, $208 million super-max deal.
The Minnesota Timberwolves also made another move, with point guard Jeff Teague reportedly reaching an agreement with the team.
Free Agent Blake Griffin may not be going anywhere, as reports indicate he is already close to a max deal with the Clippers.
The Chicago Bulls announced that they will waive Rajon Rondo.