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Frederlin Castro a", @fr3djcd NBA free agency officially opens on Thursday, July 30 at 6 p.m., with teams and players officially cleared to b


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free agency officially opens on Thursday, July 30 at 6 p.m., with teams and players officially cleared to begin negotiating and reaching deals. However, as we all know, there is already a lot of negotiation and maneuvering going on during this so-called moratorium and things will start to announce themselves quickly.

Transfers to date

Atlanta Hawks

Aaron Holiday: 1 year

Nic Claxton: 2 years, $20 million

Patty Mills 2 years, $16 million

chicago bulls

Zach LaVine: 5 years, $212.5 million

Andre Drummond: 2 years, $6 million

Derrick Jones Jr.: 2 years, $6.6 million

Cleveland Cavaliers

Ricky Rubio: 3 years, $18 million

Raul Net: 1 year

Dallas Mavericks

JaVale McGee: 3 years, $17 million

Theo Pinson: 1 year

Denver Nuggets

Nikola Jokic: 5 years, $264 million

Bruce Brown: 2 years, $13 million

DeAndre Jordan: 1 year

Detroit Pistons

Marvin Bagley: 3 years, $37 million

Kevin Knox: 2 years, $6 million

Kevon Looney: 3 years, $25.5 million

Donte DiVincenzo: 2 years, $9.3 million

Houston Rockets

Ja’Sean Tate: 3 years, $22.1 million

Indiana Pacers

Jalen Smith: 2 years

Los Angeles Clippers

Ivica Zubac: 3 years, $33 million

Amir Coffey: 3 years, $11 million

Nick Batum: 2 years

Los Angeles Lakers

Lonnie Walker IV: 1 year, $6.5 million

Damien Jones: 2 years

Troy Brown Jr.: 1 year

Juan Toscano-Anderson: 1 year

memphis grizzlies

Ja Morant: 5 years, $193 million

Tyus Jones: 2 years, $30 million

Miami Heat

Victor Oladipo: 1 year, $11 million

Dewayne Dedmon: 2 years, $9 million

milwaukee bucks

Bobby Portis: 4 years, $49 million

Joe Ingles: 1 year, $6.5 million

Wesley Matthews: 1 year

Jevon Carter: 2 years, $4.6 million

minnesota timberwolves

Kyle Anderson: 2 years, $18 million

Taurean Prince: 2 years, $16 million

New York Knicks

Jalen Brunson: 4 years, $104 million

Mitchell Robinson: 4 years, $60 million

Isaiah Hartenstein: 2 years, $16 million

Oklahoma City Thunder

Lu Dort: 5 years, $87.5 million

Orlando Magic

Gary Harris: 2 years, $26 million

Mo Bamba: 2 years, $21 million

Philadelphia 76ers

PJ Tucker: 3 years, $33.2 million

Daniel House: 2 years, $8.5 million

Trevelin Queen: 2 years, $3.3 million

phoenix suns

Devin Booker: 4 years, $214 million

Damion Lee: 1 year

Portland Trail Blazers

Anfernee Simons: 4 years, $100 million

Gary Payton III: 3 years, $28 million

Drew Eubanks: 1 year

Sacramento Kings

Malik Monk: 2 years, $19 million

Toronto Raptors

Chris Boucher: 3 years, $35.25 million

Thad Young: 2 years, $16 million

Otto Porter Jr.: 2 years

Washington Wizards

Bradley Beal: 5 years, $251 million

Delon Wright: 2 years, $16 million

Anthony Gill: 2 years

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