Here you can find the latest on all that's gone on in a wild free agency for the NBA. Updating regularly ...
Blazers get Ezeli bargain
Months ago, no one would have believed center Festus Ezeli would sign for just two years and $15 million in this market. Even a week ago, a big payday seemed possible -- Timofey Mozgov got four years and $64 million from the Lakers as soon as free agency began. Knee surgery and a disappointing playoff run clearly harmed Ezeli's value, though, giving Portland an opportunity to nab him on the cheap.
Crabbe signs Nets offer sheet
Brooklyn has offered restricted free agent Allen Crabbe a reported $75 million contract that could reach $83 million with incentives. That's a heck of a lot of money for a role player who is essentially just a shooting specialist, but the Nets likely knew the Blazers would match a smaller offer. They could still match this one.
Speights to Clippers for minimum
The Marreese Speights era is over in Golden State, and his quotes and celebrations will be missed. So will his newly developed 3-point shot. This is a nice little move by the Clippers, who needed another big man, especially one who can stretch the floor.
Warriors keep Clark
Golden State will retain reserve guard Ian Clark on a reported one-year deal. Given that Leandro Barbosa is out of the picture, Clark could get many more minutes next season, unless some more veterans decide to chase rings with the Warriors.
Huertas stays in Los Angeles
Jose Calderon won't be the Lakers' only point guard who passes brilliantly and defends questionably. The Lakers and Marcelo Huertas agreed to a two-year deal, and I'll bet he produces more in Luke Walton's system if he gets the opportunity to play.
Delly to Bucks in sign-and-trade
Milwaukee got some cash in a sign-and-trade for NBA champion Matthew Dellavedova, and Cleveland got a $4.8 million trade exception. This tidy swap meant no offer sheet was necessary for the restricted free agent guard.
Wade leaves Miami for Chicago
The NBA world is hit with another free agent shocker on Wednesday, this time involving a Heat Lifer. Dwyane Wade is reportedly ending his 13-season run in Miami, telling the Bulls he will sign with his home town team. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical, Wade will sign a two-year, $47.5 million deal with Chicago where he'll join Jimmy Butler and Rajon Rondo. The deal includes a player option.
Boban is likely heading to Detroit
According to ESPN's Marc Stein, the Pistons have agreed to sign to a Boban Marjanovic to a three-year, $21 million deal. Marjanovic is a restricted free agent so the Spurs could match the offer but this may be too expensive of a deal for San Antonio.
Ginobili will re-sign with the Spurs
Taking to Twitter, Manu Ginobili announced on Thursday that he will re-sign with the Spurs. Details of a possible new contract for Ginobili has not been reported yet.
Spurs add center Dewayne Dedmon
It looks like the Spurs won't be matching Detroit's offer to Boban Marjanovic as according to The Vertical's Shams Charania, San Antonio has agreed to sign big man Dewayne Dedmon to a two-year deal.
Bulls trade Calderon, Dunleavy
In order for the Bulls to clear enough space to sign Dwyane Wade, they must trade Jose Calderon and Mike Dunleavy. And that's exactly what they are reportedly doing. Just minutes after the news broke that Wade is leaving Miami for Chicago, the Bulls have reportedly sent Calderon to the Lakers ( per Adrian Wojnarowski) and are finalizing a trade that would send Dunleavy to the Bulls (per Wojnarowski).
Pelicans nab Langston Galloway
The Pelicans already agreed with E'Twuan Moore this summer, but they're adding even more depth to the backcourt. Former Knicks guard Langston Gallowa is nearing a deal with New Orleans. He's from Baton Rouge, Lousiana.
Rush heads to Timberwolves
The Wolves need a shooter and now they've got one as the Warriors shooter goes to Minnesota on a one-year, $3.5 million deal. Rush is a smart player and a knockdown shooter. The Wolves have been one of the worst 3-point teams in the league over the past five seasons.
Rockets add Nene
The Rockets collected a big man to go in their rotation by adding Nene on Wednesday, Yahoo reports. The Brazilian big man should fit well in D'Antoni's system with its focus on high pick and roll and as a cleanup man who is used to an up-tempo system after so many years under George Karl in Denver.
Ray Allen could stage return
The former Heat and Celtics (and Bucks and Sonics) sharpshooter is thinking about heading back to rain from 3-point range again, with the Clippers, Spurs, Warriors, and Cavaliers on his radar. Always the ring chaser, that Ray Allen.
Mavs trade Evans to Pacers
Jeremy Evans could help Indiana's depth, but he's also only a $1.2 million deal so could be bought out and waived easily. More on Dallas' cap-clearing trade to Indiana here.
Wizards add Jason Smith
The Wizards nabbed a decent screener and pick-and-pop man in Jason Smith on a value deal Tuesday.
Spurs deal Diaw to Jazz
To make room for Pau Gasol, San Antonio dealt their eclectic forward to the Jazz on Wednesday.
Dirk Nowitzki sticking with Mavs
The Dallas Mavericks didn't get the biggest names in free agency but they managed to make their biggest name happy. After a couple of years of pay cuts for Dirk Nowitzki to give the Mavs flexibility, the two sides have agreed on a pay bump for the Hall of Famer. He's going to re-sign for two years, $40 million.
Gerald Henderson goes to Philly
The Philadelphia 76ers are trying to bring in veterans to help teach the young guys how to win in the NBA. They're turning to Pennsylvania native Gerald Henderson on a two-year, $18 million deal to join Jerryd Bayless and Sergio Rodriguez as other veterans they're bringing in this season.
Zaza Pachulia is Warriors' big man
After signing Kevin Durant, shipping out Andrew Bogut, and letting Harrison Barnes walk to Dallas, the Golden State Warriors needed to add size and did so by agreeing on a one-year deal with Zaza Pachulia.
Roy Hibbert is headed to Charlotte
The Charlotte Hornets lost big man Al Jefferson to the Indiana Pacers at the opening of free agency, but they've found a center to add into the rotation. The Hornets and Roy Hibbert have agreed to a one-year, $5 million contract.
Seth Curry agrees to join Dallas
The other Curry, Seth Curry, also had a good Monday. After Steph Curry got Kevin Durant to join him in the Bay Area, his brother Seth Curry agreed to join the Dallas Mavericks. He's headed to Texas for two years and $6 million.
Kevin Durant joins Warriors
The main event of free agency, Kevin Durant's decision, is done. He announced he has taken a deal with the Golden State Warriors. It is for two years and a reported $54.3 million. To keep you informed, we'll be pinning the most notable news at the top of this post.
Spurs to sign Pau Gasol
Pau Gasol has reportedly agreed to a two-year, $30 million deal to go to San Antonio. He might be trying to fill the shoes of a certain first-ballot Hall of Famer who is reportedly "strongly leaning" toward retirement.
Tim Duncan to retire?
The San Antonio Spurs may be without their icon next season, as Tim Duncan is "leaning strongly toward retirement," according to The Vertical's Adrian Wojnarowski.
Rondo replaces Rose in Chicago
The Chicago Bulls have a new point guard who struggles with his jump shot and came back from a serious knee injury. His name is Rajon Rondo, and he reportedly agreed to a two-year, $30 million deal with both a player option and a team option after this season.
Horford didn't want to join Dwight
Part of the reason Al Horford went to Boston: He had no interest in teaming up with Dwight Howard in Atlanta's frontcourt, per CBS Sports' Ken Berger. He didn't want to wait around for Kevin Durant's decision, either.
Horford agrees to sign with Celtics
The Boston Celtics got their guy. After being the frontrunners to sign Horford, the Celtics a greed to sign the All-Star big man to a four-year deal on Saturday. Horford is perhaps one of the biggest free agent signings in Boston's history.
Mavs agree to give Barnes max deal
After whiffing on other free agent targets, the Mavs have reportedly agreed to sign Harrison Barnes to a four-year max deal. The Warriors can match the deal and the Mavs are well aware of that but are taking the chance anyways.
Rockets agree to terms with Gordon
The Rockets added yet another offensive player to their roster. Houston has reportedly have agreed to sign Eric Gordon to a four-year, $53 million deal. If Gordon is healthy, he should be a good fit in Houston.
Luol Deng is heading to L.A.
The Lakers add another quality to their roster by agreeing to sign Luol Deng to a four-year, $72 million deal. Deng will provide veteran leadership while also becoming the Lakers starting small forward.
Jazz add Joe Johnson to their bench
The Utah Jazz made another smart move this offseason by agreeing to sign Joe Johnson to a two-year, $22 million deal. Johnson is a seven-time All-Star and will provide some much needed scoring punch off the bench for Utah.
Howard heads home to Atlanta
The big man focused in on Atlanta and now he's headed to Georgia. Howard landed a 3-year, $70.5 million deal with the Hawks. It's a win for both sides in many ways as the Hawks only commit for three years to Howard and Howard gets big money. The bigger questions surround what this means for Al Horford and the Hawks from here on out.
Conley signs largest contract in NBA history
It is $153 million for five years and people are losing their minds over it. Here's why the deal makes sense, and why it doesn't. The Grizzlies have reloaded.