2014 NBA Free Agency: Latest official signings
Official signings as players can formally sign with teams following the end of the NBA's free agency moratorium.
Day 1 of 2014 NBA official signing day was relatively slow. Everyone continues to wait on what's happening with LeBron James.
But things have gone official throughout the league, and here you'll find updates throughout the day on what deals are officially done.
Bookmark this page and make sure to refresh early and often in order to stay up to date on all the latest news, rumors and info floating around the NBA during the first official signing day of free agency.
|2014 NBA Free Agency Updates|
|4:35 p.m. -- The Portland Trail Blazers have announced the signing of point guard Steve blake to a reported two-year, $4.2 million deal.|
|4:30 p.m. -- Cleveland made a huge announcement.... they officially re-signed Kyrie Irving to a reported five-year max extension.|
|3:10 p.m.-- The Raptors have officially announced the trade of Steve Novak to Utah for a second-round pick. Our news on the trade can be found here.|
|3:05 p.m. -- The Portland Trail Blazers have announced the signing of Chris Kaman to a reported two-year, $9.8 million deal.|
|3:00 p.m. -- The Cavaliers, Nets, and Celtics have officially announced the completion of their three-way deal sending Jarrett Jack to Brooklyn, Marcus Thornton and Cody Zeller to Boston, and cap space to Cleveland.|
|2:51 p.m. -- The Raptors officially announced they've signed Kyle Lowry. For more on Lowry's reportedly four-year, $48 million deal, click here.|
|2:31 p.m -- The Clippers officially announced the signings of Spencer Hawes and Jordan Farmar shortly after midnight Thursday morning. For more on the Clippers adding the veteran big man on a four-year, $23 million deal, click here. For more on LA adding the former Lakers guard for the bi-annual exception, click here.|
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