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Jun 30, 2022, 2:22 PM | Updated: Jul 11, 2022, 3:06 pm

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Welcome to free agency season NBA fans!

The NBA’s legal tampering period officially kicked off Thursday at 3 P.M. PST, starting the most dramatic and chaotic time of the year for the league. Where will the stars and the role players of the NBA wind up? Below is everything you need to know to stay up-to-date with all the moves of the NBA during the first week of free agency.

For live reaction to all the latest NBA free agency news and updates, listen to Sactown Sports in the morning and afternoon.

NOTE: Players can not sign contracts until the legal tampering period ends on July 6th.

Sunday, July 10th

3:55 pm PST

Taj Gibson agrees to deal with the Washington Wizards

Contract: 1-year, Vet minimum

2:25 pm PST

Danilo Gallinari agrees to deal with the Boston Celtics

Contract: 2-year, $13.3 million

Friday, July 8th

2:15 pm PST

Damian Lillard agrees to extension with the Portland Trailblazers

Contract: 2-year, $122 million

11:30 am PST

Frank Kaminsky agrees to deal with the Atlanta Hawks

Contract: 1-year, Vet minimum

Thursday, July 7th

9:50 am PST

John Konchar agrees to extension with the Memphis Grizzles

Contract: 3-year, $19 million

Wednesday, July 6th

9:20 am PST

Caleb Martin agrees to re-sign with the Miami Heat

Contract: 3-year, $20-plus million

Tuesday, July 5th

8:45 am PST

Edmond Sumner agrees to deal with the Brooklyn Nets

Contract: 1-year, Vet minimum

6:45 am PST

T.J. Warren agrees to deal with the Brooklyn Nets

Contract: 1-year, Vet minimum

5:30 am PST

Gorgui Dieng intends to sign with the San Antonio Spurs

Contract: 1-year, Vet minimum

Monday, July 4th

8:55 am PST

Serge Ibaka intends to re-sign with the Milwaukee Bucks

Contract: 1-year, Vet minimum

Sunday, July 3rd

12:15 pm PST

Goran Dragic intends to sign with the Chicago Bulls

Contract: 1-year, $2.9 million

Saturday, July 2nd

1:50 pm PST

Zion Williamson agrees to max extension with the New Orleans Pelicans

Contract: 5-years, $193 million up to $231 million

12:30 PM PST

Cody Martin intends to re-sign with the Charlotte Hornets

Contract: 4-year, $32 million

9:30 am PST

Darius Garland agrees to max extension with the Cleveland Cavaliers

Contract: 5-years, $193 million up to $231 million

9:20 am PST

Bismack Biyombo intends to re-sign with the Phoenix Suns

Contract: TBD

Friday, July 1st

8:25 pm PST

Damion Lee intends to sign with the Phoenix Suns

Contract: 1-year, Vet minimum

6:45 pm PST

Bryn Forbes intends to sign with the Minnesota Timberwolves

Contract: 1-year, Vet minimum

5:10 pm PST

Jalen Smith intends to re-sign with the Indiana Pacers

Contract: 2-years, TBD

4:20 pm PST

Donte DiVincenzo intends to sign with the Golden State Warriors

Contract: 2-years, $9.3 million

12:45 pm PST

The Utah Jazz is trading center Rudy Gobert to the Minnesota Timberwolves for multiple draft picks and players.

12 pm PST

Kevon Looney intends to re-sign with the Golden State Warriors

Contract: 3-years, $25.5 million

10:40 am PST

The Boston Celtics grabbed Malcolm Brogdon from the Indiana Pacers in a multi-player trade.

10:15 am PST

The Atlanta Hawks have traded Kevin Huerter to the Sacramento Kings for Justin Holiday, Moe Harkless, and a future first-round pick, according to Adrian Wojnarowski.

9:20 am PST

John Wall agrees to sign with the Los Angeles Clippers

Contract: 2-years, $13.2 million

9 am PST:

Zach LaVine intends to re-sign with the Chicago Bulls

Contract: 5-years, $215.2 million

8:30 am PST:

Otto Porter Jr. intends to sign with the Toronto Raptors 

Contract: TBD

7:40 am PST:

Thaddeus Young intends to re-sign with the Toronto Raptors

Contract: TBD

7:30 am PST:

Mitchell Robinson intends to re-sign with the New York Knicks

Contract: 4-years, $60 million

7:21 am PST:

Bruce Brown intends to sign with the Denver Nuggets

Contract: 2-years, $13 million

6:40 am PST

Ricky Rubio intends to sign with the Cleveland Cavaliers

Contract: TBD

Thursday, June 30th

10:30 pm PST:

Gary Payton II intends to sign with the Portland Trailblazers

Contract: 3-years, $28 million

7:15 pm PST:

Andre Drummond intends to sign with the Chicago Bulls

Contract: 2-years, $6.6 million

6 pm PST:

Delon Wright intends to sign with the Washington Wizards

Contract: 2-years, $16 million

5:30 pm PST:

Kevin Knox intends to sign with the Detroit Pistons

Contract: 2-years, $6 million

4:40 pm PSTJavale McGee intends to sign with the Dallas Mavericks

Contract: 3-year, $20.1 million

Grade: B

4:40 pm PSTJuan Tuscano-Anderson intends to sign with the LA Lakers

Contract: TBD

Grade: Incomplete

4:15 pm PSTNic Claxton intends to re-sign with the Brooklyn Nets

Contract: 2-year, $20 million

Grade: B+

4:05 pm PSTTroy Brown Jr. intends to sign with the LA Lakers

Contract: 1-year, veteran minimum

Grade: B-

4 pm PSTLonnie Walker IV intends to sign with the LA Lakers

Contract: 1-year, $6.5 million

Grade: A-

3:55 pm PSTJae’Sean Tate intends to re-sign with the Houston Rockets

Contract: 3-year, $22.1 million

Grade: B

3:55 pm PSTPatty Mills intends to re-sign with the Brooklyn Nets

Contract: 2-year, $14 million

Grade: B-

3:50 pm PSTMarvin Bagley III intends to re-sign with the Detroit Pistons

Contract: 3-year, $37 million

Grade: C+

3:30 pm PSTThaddeus Young intends to re-sign with the Toronto Raptors

Contract: 2-year, $16 million

Grade: B-

3:25 pm PSTDewayne Dedmon intends to re-sign with the Miami Heat

Contract: 2-year, $9 million

Grade: B

3:20 pm PSTDamian Jones intends to sign with the LA lakers

Contract: 2-year, TBD

Grade: Incomplete

3:15 pm PSTAmir Coffey intends to re-sign with the LA Clippers

Contract: 3-year, $11 million

Grade: A-

3:15 pm PSTChris Boucher intends to re-sign with the Toronto Raptors

Contract: 3-year, $35.25 million

Grade: C+

3:15 pm PSTLu Dort intends to re-sign with the OKC Thunder

Contract: 5-year, $87.5 million

Grade: B+

3:10 pm PST: Joe Ingles intends to sign with the Milwaukee Bucks

Contract: 1-year, $6.5 million

Grade: B+

3:10 pm PST: Tyus Jones intends to re-sign with the Memphis Grizzlies

Contract: 2-year, $30 million

Grade: B

3:10 pm PST: Mo Bamba intends to re-sign with the Orlando Magic

Contract: 2-year, $21 million

Grade: B-

3:05 pm PSTBobby Portis intends to re-sign with the Milwaukee Bucks

Contract: 4-year, $49 million

Grade: B

3:05 pm PSTAnfernee Simons agrees to extension with the Portland Trail Blazers

Contract: 4-year, $100 million

Grade: B-

3:05 pm PSTNicolas Batum intends to re-sign with the LA Clippers

Contract: 2-year, $22 million

Grade: B

3:05 pm PSTP.J. Tucker intends to sign with the Philadelphia 76ers

Contract: 3-year, $33.2 million

Grade: B-

3 pm PSTIsaiah Hartenstein intends to sign with the New York Knicks

Contract: 2-year, $16 million

Grade: C

3 pm PSTNikola Jokic agrees to supermax extension with the Denver Nuggets

Contract: 5-year, $264 million

Grade: A

3 pm PSTDevin Booker agrees to supermax extension with the Phoenix Suns

Contract: 4-year, $214 million

Grade: A-

A no-brainer move for the Suns as Devin Booker is just starting to enter his prime at age 25. Making his first All-NBA team last season, Book averaged 26.8 ppg, 5 rpg, 4.8 apg in 21-22, leading the Suns to the best record in the NBA.

An elite scorer entering the better part of his career, the sky is the limit for Booker.

3 pm PSTBradley Beal intends to re-sign with the Washington Wizards

Contract: 5-year, $251 million

Grade: C

Love Beal’s abilities on the basketball court, hate the contract. At his best, Bradley is a second option on a contending team but by giving him the 10-year max, the Wizards are looking at a similar situation they faced with John Wall in 2019.

Don’t expect the Wizards and Beal to stay together throughout the entirely of this contract as the last three years equal more than $50 million per season for a player entering his 30s.

3 pm PSTVictor Oladipo intends to re-sign with the Miami Heat

Contract: 1-year, $11 million

Grade: B+

A good move for the Miami Heat to bring back their perimeter depth in Oladipo. Even though he’s often injured, Vic showed real signs of his former all-star self last season, despite his limited playing time.

This is a win-now move for Miami that keeps their culture together.

3 pm PST: Malik Monk intends to sign with the Sacramento Kings

Contract: 2-year, $19 million

Grade: B

This was first reported by James Ham of The Kings beat earlier today and now it’s official: Malik Monk is coming to Sacramento to play alongside his former Kentucky teammate De’Aaron Fox.

The move should be seen as a good one for Kings fans as Monk is a certified bucket-getter that showed real improvement on the Lakers last season. The Kings certainly need more perimeter defense, but it doesn’t hurt to get another above average shot creator on a fairly reasonable deal.

3 pm PST: Jalen Brunson intends to sign with the New York Knicks

Contract: 5-year, $106 million

Grade: B

Brunson joining his hometown New York Knicks seemed more of a formality as the president of basketball operations Leon Rose and Worldwide West had zeroed in on Brunson after hiring his father, Rick, to their coaching staff earlier this offseason. The signing became even more apparent after the Knicks cleared $30 million in cap space by trading away Nerlens Noel and Alec Burks to the Pistons Tuesday. The move is a good one for the Knicks as Brunson is only 25-years-old, establishing himself as a valuable contributor during the playoffs last season.

The staggering part comes with the contract as five years, $106 million seems to be a bit of an overpay for a player that hasn’t made an all-star team yet. Still, the move is a step in the right direction as Knicks fans should be excited to have an above average playoff point guard on the roster, even if it isn’t the splashiest of moves.

 

 

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