2012 NBA Free Agency Tracker: Signing Day
2012 NBA Free Agency deal tracker, keeping you up to date on all the signings on July 11th.
Teams have been able to work out deals with free agents since July 1st, but July 11th is the first day that teams can officially sign their prizes to deals. We've give you the lowdown all week on what those deals mean, but here you'll find them all collected so you can try and keep track of one of the most hectic free agency periods in years, and that's counting the 2010 class of The Decision.
- The Spurs announced they've officially re-signed Boris Diaw.
- Milwaukee has re-signed Ersan Ilyasova to a multi-year deal, via press release.
- Landry Fields officially signed a 3-year offer sheet with the Raptors.
- The Blazers re-signed J.J. Hickson to a 1-year deal.
- Chris Kaman signed a one-year deal with the Mavericks.
- The Suns signed Eric Gordon to an offer sheet. New Orleans is expected to match.
- The Pacers signed Gerald Green to a multi-year contract.
- The Spurs announced they've re-signed guard Danny Green.
- The Clippers have officially signed Jamal Crawford.
- The Knicks have officially signed Marcus Camby in a sign-and-trade from Houston.
- The Spurs have officially announced that they have re-signed Tim Duncan. Please hold your gasps of surprise.
- Blazers officially announce signing of Spanish forward Victor Claver.
- The Knicks have officially re-signed J.R. Smith to a one-year, $2.8 million deal.
- The Knicks and Rockets officially agreed to the sign-and-trade deal for Marcus Camby.
- The Kings have agreed to a new contract with Jason Thompson.
- The Spurs have officially re-signed Tim Duncan for three more years.
- The Thunder have officially signed 7-3 big man Hasheem Thabeet.
- Kyle Lowry has officially been traded to the Toronto Raptors.
- Roy Hibbert has agreed to a four-year max with the Pacers.
- The Knicks have signed James White.
- The Miami Heat have signed Rashard Lewis to a two-year veteran minimum deal.
- Deron Williams has signed his five-year, $98 million deal with the Nets, on an iPad. Ken Berger reports it contains an opt-out after the fourth year.
- Steve Nash is officially a Laker in a three-year sign-and-trade deal.
- The Heat acquired Ray Allen for less money than the Celtics offered.
- Hornets acquired Ryan Anderson in a sign-and-trade for Gustavo Ayon, for a four-year, $36 million deal.
- The Nets added Gerald Wallace for four-years, $40 million.
- The Pistons announced they signed 2011 second round draft pick Kyle Singler.
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