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Brook Lopez agrees to re-sign with Bucks for four years, $52M

In his lone year with the Bucks, Lopez found a home. He had a prominent role in an offense that centers around a superstar in Giannis Antetokounmpo on a team that has Finals potential. 

Kevin Durant to Brooklyn Nets for four years, $164M

The next chapter of Durant's career comes at his own terms. With all signs pointing towards him uniting with Kyrie Irving in Brooklyn, KD will have a chance to once again to lead a team to the promised land. But first, he's gotta let that Achilles heal up.   

D'Angelo Russell to Warriors on sign-and-trade deal for four years, $117M maximum contract

Andre Iguodala to the Memphis Grizzlies

Jonas Valanciunas agrees to re-sign with Grizzlies for three years, $45M

The post-Marc Gasol Grizzlies needed someone to fill the void he left behind as the team’s big man. In his brief stint in Memphis, Valanciunas impressed and the team ultimately decided to keep him onboard.

Khris Middleton agrees to re-sign with Bucks for five years, $178M

If the Bucks wanted to keep Antetokounmpo happy, they needed to re-sign Middleton with the largest contract for a second-round pick in NBA history. As the first night of the free agency period progressed, it became clear that Milwaukee wanted to retain as many players from last season's team as possible. 

JJ Redick agrees to sign with Pelicans for two years, $26.5M

The Pelicans desperately needed shooting. Redick definitely addresses that need. 

Kemba Walker agrees to sign with Celtics for four years, $141M

Kemba in, Kyrie out. The Celtics have seamlessly supplanted Irving with an equally skilled point guard who doesn't bring as much locker room baggage.  

Harrison Barnes agrees to sign with Kings for four years, $85M

Barnes' decision to opt out of a $25.1 million player option with the Kings didn't make much sense at the time. Now it makes all the sense in the world. 

Derrick Rose agrees to sign with Pistons for two years, $15M

After playing 51 games last season, Rose found a team willing to invest $15 million over two years for his services. If the Pistons move off of Reggie Jackson, D-Rose could slide in as the team's starting point guard.  

Al-Farouq Aminu agrees to sign with Magic for three years, $29M

Get your money, Aminu! But we can't help but wonder why the Magic are willing to shell out so much money for another frontcourt player. 

Terrence Ross agrees to re-sign with Magic for four years, $54M

Ross could've probably had his pick of the title contender teams, if he took a pay cut. He chose to get his money instead. 

Garrett Temple agrees to sign with Nets for two years, $10M

The Nets have KD and Kyrie, now it's time to fill out the remaining holes in the roster. Temple isn't a bad place to start, especially at his price tag. 

Danuel House agrees to re-sign with Rockets for three years, $11.1M

House spent the last three seasons bouncing around from team to team. Now he has some financial security with the Rockets where he averaged 9.4 points per game on 41.6 percent shooting from downtown.

Rudy Gay agrees to re-sign with Spurs for two years, $32M

Gay is comfortable in his role with the Spurs. If San Antonio is willing to meet him in the ballpark of his financial demands, why shouldn't he stay? 

Terry Rozier agrees to sign with Hornets for three years, $58M

Scary Terry has made it clear that he believes he's ready to take on a bigger role. The Hornets are taking a chance on him, but is it because they like Rozier, or was it because he came at a far lower price than Kemba?  

Dewayne Dedmon agrees to sign with Kings for three years, $41M

Willie Cauley-Stein wants out of Sacramento, and the signing of Dedmon may lead to the Kings granting his wish. 

Bojan Bogdanovic agrees to sign with Jazz for four years, $73M

The Western Conference could be up for grabs, and the Jazz appear to be going all in. After acquiring Conley and signing Bogdanovic, Utah is looking like an intriguing team if they fill their power forward spot with a viable player. 

Kristaps Porzingis agrees to re-sign with Mavericks for five years, $158M

If the Mavericks are willing to give Porzingis a max contract after coming off a torn ACL where he missed the entire season, you take that deal if you're in his shoes. If KP wants out, you force a trade. It wouldn't be the first time.      

Rodney Hood agrees to re-sign with Trail Blazers for two years, $16M

Hood proved to be a valuable asset off the bench, especially in the playoffs. According to Wojnarowski, the Blazers traded for Bazemore in the event that they lost Hood, but now they have both players.   

Trevor Ariza agrees to sign with Kings for two years, $25M

Ariza chose money over taking less to chase a title. It wouldn't be the first time

Jeremy Lamb agrees to sign with Pacers for three years, $31.5M

Bogdanovic turned out to be way too expensive for the Pacers. Lamb slots in nicely for Indiana who has constructed a sneaky good team, with or without Victor Oladipo.  

Ricky Rubio agrees to sign with Suns for three years, $51M

The Suns finally have a point guard. Like, an actual point guard!  

Malcolm Brogdon agrees to sign with Pacers for four years, $85M

Malcolm Brogdon got PAID. Brogdon will be entrusted with running point for the Pacers, but there are only a few better situations to get yourself into than this one.  

Thomas Bryant agrees to re-sign with Wizards for three years, $25M

When he was given the chance to showcase his talent, Bryant gave the Wizards something to think about. Dwight Howard missed all but nine games last season, but you probably couldn't tell because Bryant helped everyone forget.  

Tobias Harris agrees to re-sign with 76ers for five years, $180M

Jimmy Butler's departure paved the way for Harris' return to the 76ers. It allowed for Tobias to be offered the max, and helped him become the team's (maybe) second offensive option. When you see a negative on Harris' end, let us know. 

Jimmy Butler to Heat in Sign-and-Trade, four-year, $142M maximum contract

Damian Lillard extends contract with Blazers for six years, $258M

Mike Scott agrees to re-sign with 76ers for two years, $9.8M 

Scott is a solid role player on a cheap contract. Given the amount of money that the 76ers were spending on the first day of free agency, these smaller deals matter.  

DeMarre Carroll agrees to sign with Spurs for two years, $13M 

After an underwhelming 2018-19 campaign, Carroll turns to the Spurs to help revitalize his career. It could be a wise choice for both sides. 

Julius Randle agrees to sign with Knicks for three years, $63M 

Randle is sneaky good. He was 19th in the league in points per game (21.4) last season, and at 24 years old, he may be only beginning to unlock his potential. But then again, he's not Kevin Durant, and that's all the New York media will want to talk about.  

George Hill agrees to re-sign with Bucks for three years, $29M

The Bucks are running it back with Hill, Middleton, and Lopez. Hill's presence in wake of Bledsoe's playoff disappearing act was proof enough that Milwaukee needed to keep him around.

Taj Gibson agrees to sign with Knicks for two years, $20M 

In the shadow of today's free agency debacle for the Knicks, this deal doesn't blow you away, but Gibson is a consistently solid presence on the boards who can serve as a leader for the team's younger players. 

Al Horford agrees to sign with 76ers for four years, $109M

WOW. Of all the teams vying for Horford, who could saw him going to Philadelphia? With Embiid at the 5, Horford will slot in at the 4. On paper, the Sixers' starting five looks quite impressive, but we will not get carried away just yet. 

DeAndre Jordan agrees to sign with Nets for four years, $40M

The KD-Kyrie-DJ trio signing is complete, but Jordan's contract wouldn't have been possible if it weren't for an assist from Durant and Irving. 

Ed Davis agrees to sign with Jazz for two years, $10M 

The Jazz were in need of a power forward, and Davis fits that need. With Mike Conley, Donovan Mitchell, Joe Ingles, and Bojan Bogdanovic expected to carry most of the offensive weight, Utah needed a glass eater who would pair nicely with Gobert, especially on defense. They may have found that person. 

Bobby Portis to Knicks on two-year, $31M deal

Patrick Beverley to stay with the Clippers in three-year, $40M deal

Seth Curry agrees to four-year $32M deal with Mavericks

Cory Joseph agrees to three-year, $37M deal with Kings

Enes Kanter agrees to two-year, $10M deal with Celtics

Richaun Holmes agrees to two-year, $10M deal with Kings

Wesley Matthews agrees to one-year deal with Bucks

Frank Kaminsky agrees to two-year, $10M deal with Suns

Kevon Looney agrees to three-year, $15M deal with Warriors 

Isaiah Thomas agrees to one-year deal with Washington Wizards 

This post will be updated.

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