The Summer of LeBron Begins: BallnRoll’s Offseason Free Agent Tracker
The Summer of LeBron is upon us.
July 1 marks the start of free agency as players can beginning signing with new teams or re-signing with their current teams. An exciting class, which can potentially alter the entire landscape of the league, LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Chris Paul, Paul George and many more names are all expected to make huge decisions.
Stay locked in with BallnRoll for the latest updates on player movements…
– Step in the Right Direction
Nikola Jokic accepts five-year, $148-million maximum contract extension to remain with the Denver Nuggets.
– Remaining in the Bay?
Kevin Durant to re-sign with the Golden State Warriors to a two-year, $61.5-million contract, with the second year being a player option.
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) July 1, 2018
– Staying Put?
As per Adrian Wojnarowski, Paul George has committed to re-signing with the Oklahoma City Thunder. The deal is worth $137-million over four years.
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) July 1, 2018
– Short and Sweet
Denver Nuggets to re-sign Will Barton shortly after the start of the free agency period. Reported deal is worth $54-million over four years with the final year being a player option.
– Remaining a Spur
Veteran forward Rudy Gay to re-sign with the Spurs to a one-year, $10-million deal.
– McBuckets to the Pacers
Indiana Pacers add some shooting depth, sign Doug McDermott to a three-year, $22-million deal.
– Nets sign Harris
Joe Harris signs a two-year, $16-million deal to remain with the Brooklyn Nets.
– Going Home
DeAndre Jordan and Dallas Mavericks have agreed to a one-year, $24.1-million deal. Jordan is set to return to his home state.
— theScore (@theScore) July 1, 2018
– Run it Back
Chris Paul to remain with the Houston Rockets, signs on to four-year, $160-million max contract.
UNFINISHED BUSINESS…RUN IT BACK 🤘🏾🚀 pic.twitter.com/KwWcsp6lx6
— Chris Paul (@CP3) July 1, 2018
– Milwaukee Signs Ilyasova
Ersan Ilyasova signs on with the Milwaukee Bucks to a contract worth $21-million over three years.
– Celtics Hold onto Baynes
Big man Aron Baynes set to return to the Boston Celtics on a two-year, $11-million deal.
– More Moves
After receiving a verbal commitment from Paul George, the Oklahoma City Thunder are signing Jerami Grant to a three-year, $27-million deal.
– Off to the Desert
Trevor Ariza signs with the Phoenix Suns to a one-year, $15-million deal. Solid move for the Suns as their pleasant summer continues.
– Nets Ink Davis
Ed Davis leaves the Portland Trailblazers for the Brooklyn Nets signing onto a one-year, $4.4-million contract.
– D-Rose to Remain in Minnesota
Former League MVP Derrick Rose to re-sign with the Minnesota Timberwolves on a one-year deal worth $2.1-million.
– Casspi to the Grizz
Omri Casspi agrees to one-year contract with the Memphis Grizzlies.
– Eying an Extension?
Minnesota Timberwolves set to offer Jimmy Butler a four-year, $110-million max extension as soon as he is eligible to sign a new deal on July 9.
– The Spurs Way
Marco Belinelli set to return to the San Antonio Spurs on a two-year, $12-million deal.
– Rockets Keep Green
Gerald Green to remain with the Rockets on a one-year deal worth $2.4-million.
– Canadian Signs with Blazers
Nick Stauskas reportedly has agreed to a contract with the Portland Trailblazers worth a one-year minimum.
– Raptors Bring Back Freddy
Fred VanVleet to return to Toronto Raptors on a new two-year, $18-million deal.
– Robinson to Pistons
Glenn Robinson III set to join Detroit Pistons on two-year, $8.3-million deal.
– Keeping Depth in Check
Dallas Mavericks re-sign Salah Mejri to league minimum one-year deal.
– LeBron Goes Hollywood
LeBron James takes his talents to the west coast, signs with the Los Angeles Lakers on a four-year, $154-million deal.
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) July 2, 2018
– KCP Stays in LA
Lakers keep making moves, re-sign Kentavious Caldwell-Pope to one-year, $12-million deal.
– Gordon Remains in Orlando
Aaron Gordon re-signs with the Orlando Magic on a four-year, $84-million deal.
– Stephenson to the Lakers
Lance Stephenson to team up with LeBron James in Los Angeles on a one-year, $4.5-million deal.
– Payton Signs with Pelicans
Elfrid Payton to sign with the New Orleans Pelicans on one-year deal.
– McGee Leaves the Champs
JaVale McGee to sign with the Los Angeles Lakers on a one-year veteran’s minimum deal.
– Jazz Retain Thabo
Utah Jazz guarantee $5.25-million for Thabo Sefolosha for 2018-19.
– Hezonja to the Knicks
Mario Hezonja signs with the New York Knicks to a one-year, $6.5-million deal.
– Redick Trusts the Process
J.J. Redick to re-sign with the Philadelphia 76ers to a one-year deal, worth somewhere between $12-and-13 million.
– Noel to OKC
Nerlens Noel to sign with the Oklahoma City Thunder on a two-year deal, with year two being a player option.
– Favors to Stay in Utah
Derrick Favors to remain with the Utah Jazz – signs to a two-year, $18-million deal.
Scott to the Clips
Mike Scott signs a one-year minimum contract with the Los Angeles Clippers.
– Calderon Teams up with Casey
Jose Calderon signs on with the Detroit Pistons on a one-year, veteran’s minimum deal.
– Rondo to LA
Rajon Rondo set to join Los Angeles Lakers on one-year, $9-million deal.
– Randle to the Pelicans
Seemingly moving on from DeMarcus Cousins, the New Orleans Pelicans sign Julius Randle to a two-year, $18-million deal.
– Curry to the Blazers
Seth Curry, not to be mistaken for his brother Steph Curry, has signed a two-year, $2.75-million deal with the Portland Trailblazers. The second year is a player option.
– Game Over
DeMarcus Cousins signs a one-year, $5.3-million deal with the Golden State Warriors.
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) July 3, 2018
– Tolliver to Minnesota
Anthony Tolliver signs a one-year, $5-6 million deal with the Minnesota Timberwolves.
– Bradley Re-signs
Avery Bradley signs a two-year, $25-million deal with the Los Angeles Clippers.
– MCG to Rockets
Michael Carter-Williams agrees to one-year minimum deal with Houston Rockets
– Green to the Wiz
Jeff Green signs one-year minimum deal with the Washington Wizards.
– Neto Re-signs with Jazz
Raul Neto re-signs to a two-year, $4.4-million deal with the Utah Jazz
– Evans moves to Indi
Tyreke Evans signs a one-year, $12-million deal with the Indiana Pacers.
– Sixers Trade for Chandler
Wilson Chandler traded to the Philadelphia 76ers. Draft picks included in the deal as the Denver Nuggets aim to shed salary.
– New Team for D12
Dwight Howard signs with Washington Wizards for mid-level exception.
– Jazz Lock up Exum
Dante Exum signs three-year, $33-million deal to remain in Utah with the Jazz.
– Felton Sticks in OKC
Raymond Felton re-signs with Oklahoma City Thunder to one-year minimum contract.
– Johnson Remains in Philly
Amir Johnson re-signs to one-year deal with the Philadelphia 76ers.
– Briscoe to Magic
Isaiah Briscoe agrees to deal with the Orlando Magic.
– O’Quinn to Pacers
Kyle O’Quinn signs a one-year, $4.5-million deal with the Indiana Pacers.
– Another NBA Shocker
Tony Parker signs two-year, $10-million deal with the San Antonio Spurs.
— Bleacher Report NBA (@BR_NBA) July 6, 2018
– Clark Stays in NOP
Ian Clark to re-sign with the New Orleans Pelicans on one-year deal.
– Blazers Retain Nurkic
Josef Nurkic re-signs with the Portland Trailblazers on a four-year, $53-million deal.
– LaVine to Remain in a Bulls Uniform
Chicago Bulls match the Sacramento Kings offer sheet of four-years, $80-millions and will hold onto Zach LaVine.
– Anderson to Grizzlies?
Kyle Anderson agrees to four-year, $37.3-million offer sheet with the Memphis Grizzlies. The San Antonio Spurs decline to match
– Booker Inks Extension with Suns
Devin Booker receives five-year, $158-million extension from the Phoenix Suns.
– Jerebko to the Warriors
Jonas Jerebko agrees to one-year deal with the Golden State Warriors after being bought out by the Utah Jazz.
– Zaza to Detroit
Zaza Pachulia signs a one-year, $2.4-million contract with the Detroit Pistons.
– Lopez to the Bucks
Brook Lopez signs a one-year, $3.4-million deal with the Milwaukee Bucks.
– Spurs Lock up Bertans
Davis Bertans signs four-year, $20-million extension with the San Antonio Spurs.
– Back to the Clips
Luc Mbah a Moute re-joins Los Angeles Clippers on one-year, $4.3-million deal.
– Forbes Re-Signs with Spurs
Bryn Forbes inks two-year extension with San Antonio Spurs.
– Ennis to Rockets
James Ennis signs two-year deal with the Houston Rockets.
-IT to the Nuggets
Isaiah Thomas signs for the minimum (one-year, $2.2-million) with the Denver Nuggets.
Reports: Isaiah Thomas is heading to Denver on a one-year deal. (Via ESPN) pic.twitter.com/4jmZHuhUXc
— NBA on TNT (@NBAonTNT) July 13, 2018
– Ellington Remains in South Beach
Sharp-shooter Wayne Ellington re-signs with the Miami Heat on a one-year, $6.27-million deal.
– Parker Heading Home
Jabari Parker signs a two-year, $40-million deal with his hometown Chicago Bulls.
– Frye Back in the Land
Channing Frye returns to the Cleveland Cavaliers on a one-year, $2.4-million deal.
– Napier to the Nets
Shabazz Napier signs a two-year deal with the Brooklyn Nets.
– Cunningham to the Spurs
Dante Cunningham signs a one-year deal with the San Antonio Spurs.
– Staying Put
Marcus Smart re-signs with the Boston Celtics on a four-year, $52-million deal.
Dirk Nowitzki inks a one-year, $5-million deal with the Dallas Mavericks.
– Beasley to LA
Michael Beasley signs a one-year, $3.5-million deal with the Los Angeles Lakers.
– Ferrell to the Kings
Yogi Ferrell signs with the Sacramento Kings on a two-year, $6.2-mill deal.
– Kings Sign Bjelica
Nemanja Bjelica agrees to a three-year, $20.5-million deal with the Kings, opting against a stint in Europe.
– Harrell re-signs with Clips
Montrezl Harrell re-signs with the Clippers on a two-year, $12-million deal.
– Len to Hawks
Alex Len signs a two-year, $8.5-million deal with the Atlanta Hawks.
– Cavs Extend Love
Kevin Love receives a four-year, $120-million extension from the Cleveland Cavaliers.
– Carter to Hawks
Vince Carter to play his 21st season with the Atlanta Hawks on a one-year, $2.4-million veteran’s minimum deal.
– Capela Re-Signs
Clint Capela re-signs with the Houston Rockets on a five-year, $90-million deal.