February 24: New Orleans signed guard Jarrett Jack to a 10-day contract.
February 24: Atlanta signed guard Lamar Patterson and forward Ryan Kelly for the remainder of the season.
February 23: Atlanta traded forward Mike Scott, the draft rights to guard Cenk Akyol and cash considerations to Phoenix for a protected 2017 second-round pick.
February 23: Houston traded guard KJ McDaniels to Brooklyn for cash considerations.
February 23: Houston traded guard Tyler Ennis and the draft rights to guard Brad Newley to Los Angeles Lakers for guard Marcelo Huertas.
February 23: New Orleans waived forward Terrence Jones and signed forward Hollis Thompson to a 10-day contract.
February 23: Philadelphia traded forward Nerlens Noel to Dallas for guard Justin Anderson, center Andrew Bogut and a protected first-round pick.
February 23: Philadelphia waived guard Chasson Randle .
February 23: Phoenix traded forward PJ Tucker to Toronto for forward Jared Sullinger, second-round picks in 2017 and 2018 and cash considerations.
February 23: Milwaukee traded center Roy Hibbert to Denver for a protected 2019 second-round pick.
February 23: Dallas waived guard Deron Williams.
February 23: Brooklyn waived guard Marcus Thornton.
February 23: Memphis signed guard Toney Douglas for the remainder of the season.
February 23: Chicago traded forwards Doug McDermott and Taj Gibson to Oklahoma City for guards Cameron Payne and Anthony Morrow, center Joffrey Lauvergne and a 2018 second-round draft pick.
February 22: Atlanta traded center Tiago Splitter, a second-round pick and the option to swap a second-round pick to Philadelphia for forward Ersan Ilyasova.
February 22: Washington traded guard Marcus Thornton, forward Andrew Nicholson and a protected 2017 first-round pick to Brooklyn for guard Bojan Bogdanovic and forward Chris McCullough.
February 22: Cleveland signed forward Derrick Williams to a second 10-day contract.
February 21: Los Angeles Lakers traded guard Louis Williams to Houston for forward Corey Brewer and a future draft pick.
February 20: Sacramento traded forward Omri Casspi and center DeMarcus Cousins to New Orleans for guards Buddy Hield, Tyreke Evans and Langston Galloway and 2017 first and second-round picks.
February 20: Sacramento waived forward Matt Barnes.
February 14: Golden State signed guard Briante Weber to a second 10-day contract.
February 14: Orlando traded forward Serge Ibaka to Toronto for guard Terrence Ross and a future first-round draft pick.
February 13: Cleveland traded center Chris Andersen and cash considerations to Charlotte for a protected second-round pick.
February 13: Charlotte waived center Chris Andersen.
February 13: Portland traded center Mason Plumlee, a 2018 second-round pick and cash considerations to Denver for center Jusuf Nurkic and a 2017 protected first-round pick.
February 13: Charlotte signed guard Ray McCallum and center Mike Tobey to second 10-day contracts.
February 12: San Antonio signed center Joel Anthony for the remainder of the season.
February 9: Miami signed guard Marcus Georges-Hunt to a 10-day contract.
February 9: Memphis signed guard Toney Douglas to a second 10-day contract.
February 9: Cleveland signed forward Derrick Williams to a 10-day contract.
February 8: Minnesota signed guard Lance Stephenson and to a 10-day contract.
February 8: Atlanta signed guard Lamar Patterson to a second 10-day contract.
February 7: Dallas re-signed guard Yogi Ferrell.
February 6: Denver signed forward Johnny O’Bryant to a second 10-day contract.
February 6: Miami re-signed forward Okaro White and waived forward Derrick Williams.
February 6: Phoenix signed guard Ronnie Price to a second 10-day contract.
February 4: Golden State signed guard Briante Weber to a 10-day contract.
February 3: Charlotte signed guard Ray McCallum and center Mike Tobey to 10-day contracts.
February 3: Golden State waived forward Anderson Varejao.
February 2: San Antonio signed center Joel Anthony to a second 10-day contract.
February 2: Milwaukee traded center Miles Plumlee and cash considerations to Charlotte for centers Spencer Hawes and Roy Hibbert.
February 2: Milwaukee waived forward Steve Novak.
January 30: Brooklyn signed Quincy Acy to a multi-year contract.
January 30: Memphis signed guard Toney Douglas to a 10-day contract and waived forward Troy Williams.
January 30: Philadelphia signed guard Chasson Randle for the remainder of the season.
January 28: Dallas signed guard Yogi Ferrell to a 10-day contract and waived guard Pierre Jackson.
January 27: Atlanta signed guard Lamar Patterson to a 10-day contract.
January 27: Phoenix signed guard Ronnie Price to a 10-day contract.
January 27: Miami signed forward Okaro White to a second 10-day contract.
January 26: Denver signed forward Johnny O’Bryant to a 10-day contract.
January 25: Dallas signed guard Pierre Jackson to a second 10-day contract.
January 23: San Antonio signed center Joel Anthony to a 10-day contract.
January 23: Denver waived guard Maurice Williams.
January 22: Denver signed guard Maurice Williams.
January 22: Orlando signed guard Anthony Brown to a 10-day contract.
January 21: Philadelphia waived guard Maurice Williams.
January 20: Philadelphia signed guard Maurice Williams.
January 20: Philadelphia signed forward Chasson Randle to a second 10-day contract.
January 18: Atlanta signed guard Gary Neal to a 10-day contract.
January 18: Denver traded a player exception and the draft rights to guard Cenk Akyol to Atlanta for guard Maurice Williams.
January 17: Miami signed forward Okaro White to a 10-day contract.
January 15: Dallas signed guard Pierre Jackson to a 10-day contract.
January 10: Brooklyn signed forward Quincy Acy to a 10-day contract.
January 10: Philadelphia signed guard forward Chasson Randle to a 10-day contract.
January 9: Brooklyn waived forward Anthony Bennett.
January 8: Denver signed forward Alonzo Gee to a 10-day contract.
January 7: Atlanta traded guard Kyle Korver to Cleveland for guard Maurice Williams, forward Mike Dunleavy, cash considerations and a protected first-round pick.
January 7: Minnesota waived guard John Lucas.
January 6: Atlanta waived forward Ryan Kelly.
January 6: Cleveland traded an unprotected first-round pick to Portland for a 2018 first-round pick.
January 6: Dallas waived guard Pierre Jackson.
January 6: Denver waived forward Alonzo Gee.
January 6: Orlando waived forward Arinze Onuaku.
January 6: Phoenix waived John Jenkins.
January 4: Philadelphia waived forward Hollis Thompson.
January 3: Charlotte waived guard Aaron Harrison.
January 3: New Orleans signed forward Donatas Motiejunas.
January 1: New Orleans waived guard Reggie Williams.
December 29: Chicago waived guard RJ Hunter.
December 27: Dallas signed guard Pierre Jackson and waived guard Jonathan Gibson.
December 27: San Antonio waived guard Nicolas Laprovittola.
December 16: Houston re-signed guard Bobby Brown.
December 15: Memphis waived guard Toney Douglas.
December 10: New Orleans signed guard Reggie Williams.
December 9: New Orleans waived guard Anthony Brown.
December 8: Brooklyn signed guard Spencer Dinwiddie and waived guard Yogi Ferrell.
December 5: Memphis signed guard Toney Douglas.
December 5: Houston waived guard Bobby Brown.
November 21: New Orleans signed guard Anthony Brown.
November 20: New Orleans waived guard Archie Goodwin.
November 18: Dallas signed guard Jonathan Gibson and waived forward Quincy Acy.
November 15: Denver waived forward Jarnell Stokes.
November 9: Brooklyn waived guard Greivis Vasquez and signed guard Yogi Ferrell.
November 7: New Orleans waived guard Lance Stephenson and signed guard Archie Goodwin.
November 7: Sacramento waived guard Jordan Farmar.
November 2: Sacramento signed guard Jordan Farmar.
November 1: Oklahoma City traded forward Ersan Ilyasova and a conditional first-round pick to Philadelphia for forward Jerami Grant.
October 31: Atlanta signed forward Ryan Kelly and waived center Walter Tavares.
October 31: Boston exercised the contract options on guards Marcus Smart and Terry Rozier through 2017-18.
October 31: Charlotte signed center Cody Zeller to a contract extension.
October 31: Houston exercised the contract options on forward Sam Dekker and center Clint Capela through 2017-18.
October 31: Minnesota signed center Gorgui Dieng to a contract extension.
October 31: Oklahoma City signed guard Victor Oladipo and Steven Adams to contract extensions.
October 31: Utah signed center Rudy Gobert to a contract extension.
October 30: Charlotte exercised the contract option on center Frank Kaminsky through 2017-18.
October 29: Milwaukee exercised the contract option on guard Rashad Vaughn through 2017-18.
October 29: Oklahoma City exercised the contract option on guard Cameron Payne and forward Josh Huestis.
October 28: Chicago exercised the contract option on guard Jerian Grant and forwards Bobby Portis and Doug McDermott through 2017-18.
October 28: Memphis exercised the contract option on forward Jarell Martin through 2017-18.
October 27: Chicago signed guard RJ Hunter.
October 26: Atlanta signed guard Dennis Schroeder to a contract extension.
October 26: Los Angeles Lakers exercised the contract options on guard D’Angelo Russell and forwards Larry Nance Jr and Julius Randle through 2017-18.
October 26: Philadelphia exercised the contract options on guard Nik Stauskas and centers Jahlil Okafor and Joel Embiid through 2017-18.
October 25: Orlando exercised the contract options on guards Mario Hezonja and Elfrid Payton and forward Aaron Gordon through 2017-18.
October 24: Boston waived guard RJ Hunter.
October 24: Cleveland waived guard Dahntay Jones.
October 24: Detroit waived guard Ray McCallum and signed guard Beno Udrih.
October 24: Houston exercised the contract option on center Clint Capela through 2017-18 and waived guards Gary Payton II and Pablo Prigioni and forwards PJ Hairston and Le’Bryan Nash.
October 24: Indiana signed forward Ben Bentil. Waived later that day.
October 24: Los Angeles Lakers waived guard Anthony Brown and forward Yi Jianlian.
October 24: Memphis waived guard Jordan Adams and forward Matt Costello.
October 24: New Orleans waived forward Alonzo Gee.
October 24: Oklahoma City Thunder waived guard Ronnie Price, forwards Mitch McGary and Chris Wright and center Kaleb Tarczewski.
October 24: Philadelphia waived guards Anthony Barber and Brandon Paul and forwards James Webb and Shawn Long.
October 24: Philadelphia signed guard Dionte Christmas. Waived later that day.
October 24: Phoenix waived guard Archie Goodwin and exercised the contract option on guard Devin Booker and forward TJ Warren through 2017-18.
October 24: Portland exercised the contract options on guard forward Shabazz Napier and forward Noah Vonleh through 2017-18.
October 24: Sacramento waived guards Jordan Farmar, Lamar Patterson and Isaiah Cousins.
October 24: Utah exercised the contract options on guards Dante Exum and Rodney Hood and forward Trey Lyles through 2017-18.
October 23: Golden State exercised the contract option on forward Kevon Looney through 2017-18.
October 23: Houston signed forward Le’Bryan Nash.
October 23: Indiana waived guard Julyan Stone and forward Jeremy Evans.
October 23: Minnesota exercised the contract option on guards Zach LaVine and Tyus Jones, forward Andrew Wiggins and center Karl-Anthony Towns.
October 23: Philadelphia waived forward Elton Brand.
October 23: Toronto exercised the contract options on guard Delon Wright fand , forward Bruno Caboclo and center Lucas Nogueira through 2017-18.
October 22: Atlanta waived guard Josh Magette.
October 22: Boston waived forward Ryan Kelly.
October 22: Charlotte waived guard Rasheed Sulaimon, forward Perry Ellis and center Mike Tobey.
October 22: Cleveland waived guard John Holland.
October 22: Dallas waived guards Kyle Collinsworth, Jonathan Gibson, Keith Hornsby and CJ Williams and center Jaleel Cousins.
October 22: Denver waived guard Nate Wolters and forward Robbie Hummel.
October 22: Detroit signed center Mamadou N’Diaye. Waived later that day.
October 22: Detroit waived guards Trey Freeman and Lorenzo Brown.
October 22: Miami waived guards Beno Udrih, Briante Weber and Luis Montero, forward Okaro White and center Vashil Fernandez.
October 22: Memphis waived guards Wayne Selden and DJ Stephens and forward JaKarr Sampson.
October 22: Milwaukee waived guard Orlando Johnson, forward JJ O’Brien and center Jaleel Roberts.
October 22: Minnesota waived guard Toure Murry and forward Rasual Butler.
October 22: New Orleans waived guard Quinn Cook and forward Quincy Ford.
October 22: Orlando waived guards Ramon Galloway and Nick Johnson.
October 22: San Antonio waived guard Ryan Arcidiacono, forwards Patricio Garino and Livio Jean-Charles and center Joel Anthony.
October 22: Toronto waived guards Drew Crawford and Brady Heslip, forwards EJ Singler and Jarrod Uthoff and center Yanick Moreira.
October 22: Utah waived forward Chris Johnson.
October 21: Atlanta waived guard Will Bynum.
October 21: Boston signed forward Ryan Kelly.
October 21: Boston waived forward Ben Bentil.
October 21: Brooklyn waived guard Yogi Ferrell.
October 21: Chicago waived guards Spencer Dinwiddie, Thomas Walkup and D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera and forward JJ Avila.
October 21: Denver exercised the contract option on guards Gary Harris and Emmanuel Mudiay and center Jusuf Nurkic through 2017-18.
October 21: Memphis signed forward JaKarr Sampson and waived guard Kellen Dunham.
October 21: New Orleans waived guard Shawn Dawson and center Robert Sacre.
October 21: New York waived guards Chasson Randle and JP Tokoto and forwards Damien Inglis, Cleanthony Early and Louis Amundson.
October 21: Orlando signed guard Ramon Galloway.
October 21: Portland waived forward Grant Jerrett and center Greg Stiemsma.
October 21: Sacramento exercised the contract option on center Willie Cauley-Stein through 2017-18.
October 21: San Antonio exercised the contract option on forward Kyle Anderson through 2017-18.
October 21: Washington exercised the contract option on forward Kelly Oubre through 2017-18.
October 21: Washington waived guard Casper Ware and forwards Jarell Eddie and Johnny O’Bryant.
Guard Steve Blake signed with Sydney Kings (Australia).
October 20: Atlanta waived guard Jarrett Jack.
October 20: Boston waived forwards Damion Lee, Jalen Jones and forward Marcus Georges-Hunt.
October 20: Charlotte waived guard Andrew Andrews.
October 20: Cleveland waived guard Markel Brown and forwards Jonathan Holmes and Cory Jefferson.
October 20: Dallas exercised the contract option on guard Justin Anderson through 2017-18.
October 20: Detroit exercised the contract option on guard guard Stanley Johnson through 2017-18.
October 20: Golden State waived guards Phil Pressey, Elliot Williams and Cameron Jones.
October 20: Indiana exercised the contract option on forward Myles Turner through 2017-18.
October 20: Memphis waived guard Chris Crawford and forward Vince Hunter and signed guard Kellen Dunham and forward Matt Costello.
October 20: Utah waived center Henry Sims.
October 19: Milwaukee exercised the contract option on forward Jabari Parker through 2017-18.
October 19: New York exercised the contract option on center Kristaps Porzingis through 2017-18.
October 19: Oklahoma City waived guard Reggie Williams.
October 19: Sacramento waived guard Lamar Patterson.
October 18: Atlanta waived forward Ryan Kelly.
October 18: Miami signed guard Luis Montero and waived forward Keith Benson.
October 18: New York re-signed forward Cleanthony Early.
October 18: Brooklyn waived guard Jorge Gutierrez, forwards Beau Beech and Chase Budinger and center Egidijus Mockevicius.
October 17: Dallas signed center Jaleel Cousins.
October 17: Detroit waived center Nikola Jovanovic.
October 17: Oklahoma City signed guard Reggie Williams and waived guard Alex Caruso.
October 17: Indiana waived guard Nick Zeisloft and forward Alex Poythress.
October 17: Miami exercised their contract option on guard Justise Winslow through 2017-18.
October 17: Miami signed center Vashil Fernandez and waived forward Stefan Jankovic.
October 17: New Orleans signed forward Quincy Ford.
October 17: Chicago traded forward Tony Snell to Milwaukee for guard Michael Carter-Williams.
October 17: Atlanta waived forward Matt Costello.
October 16: Dallas waived forward Jameel Warney.
October 16: Houston waived guard Isaiah Taylor.
October 16: Orlando waived guard Kevin Murphy and forwards Cliff Alexander and Branden Dawson.
October 15: Portland waived guard Luis Montero.
October 15: Denver waived guard DJ Kennedy and forwards JaKarr Sampson and Axel Toupane.
October 15: Cleveland re-signed guard JR Smith and waived guard Toney Douglas.
October 13: Utah waived guards guard Marcus Paige and forwards Quincy Ford and Eric Dawson.
October 12: Los Angeles Clippers waived guard Xavier Munford and forward Dorell Wright.
October 12: Los Angeles Lakers waived guard Julian Jacobs and forwards Zach Auguste and Travis Wear.
October 11: New York signed forward Damien Inglis.
October 10: Phoenix waived guard Shaquille Harrison, forward Derek Cooke and center Gracin Bakumanya.
October 9: Golden State waived guard Elgin Cook and forward Scott Wood.
October 9: Memphis signed forward Vince Hunter.
October 7: Forward Greg Smith signed witg Istanbul BSB (Turkey).
October 7: Memphis waived guard Tony Wroten.
October 5: Milwaukee waived guard Jabari Brown.
October 4: Chicago waived forward Vince Hunter.
October 3: Atlanta signed guard Josh Magette.
October 3: New Orleans waived forward Chris Copeland.
October 3: Cleveland signed guard Toney Douglas and waived forward Eric Moreland.
October 1: Atlanta waived forward Richard Solomon.
September 29: San Antonio waived forward Ryan Richards .
September 29: Houston signed forward PJ Hairston.
September 26: Brooklyn signed guard Jorge Gutierrez and forward Chase Budinger.
September 26: San Antonio signed guard Nicolas Laprovittola, forward Ryan Richards and center Joel Anthony.
September 26: Chicago signed guard Thomas Walkup and forward Vince Hunter.
September 26: Memphis signed guard Chris Crawford.
September 26: Cleveland signed guard John Holland and forwards Jonathan Holmes, Cory Jefferson and Eric Moreland.
September 26: Los Angeles Clippers signed guard Xavier Munford and forward Dorell Wright.
September 26: Minnesota signed forward Rasual Butler.
September 25: Phoenix signed forward Derek Cooke and center Gracin Bakumanya.
September 24: Minnesota waived forward Kevin Garnett.
September 24: New Orleans signed guard Quinn Cook.
September 23: Charlotte signed forward Perry Ellis.
September 23: Houston signed guards Gary Payton II, Isaiah Taylor and Bobby Brown and forward Kyle Wiltjer.
September 23: Los Angeles Lakers re-signed forward Metta World Peace.
September 23: Miami signed forward Keith Benson.
September 23: Milwaukee signed guard Jabari Brown.
September 23: Oklahoma City signed guard Alex Caruso, forward Chris Wright and center Kaleb Tarczewski.
September 23: Utah signed forward Eric Dawson.
September 23: Washington signed forward Johnny O’Bryant.
September 22: Golden State signed forward Scott Wood.
September 22: Houston traded forward Michael Beasley to Milwaukee for guard Tyler Ennis.
September 22: New Orleans signed forward Chris Copeland and center Robert Sacre.
September 22: Forward Jeff Ayres signed with CSKA Moscow (Russia).
September 21: Utah signed center Henry Sims.
September 21: Los Angeles Lakers signed forward Thomas Robinson.
September 20: Milwaukee waived forward Xavier Henry.
September 20: Washington signed guard Casper Ware.
September 20: Atlanta signed guard Will Bynum and forwards Ryan Kelly and Richard Solomon.
September 20: Toronto signed guard Brady Heslip.
September 20: Milwaukee signed forward Giannis Antetokounmpo to a contract extension.
September 19: Dallas signed guard CJ Williams.
September 19: New York re-signed forward Louis Amundson.
September 19: Chicago signed forward JJ Avila.
September 15: Denver signed guards DJ Kennedy and Nate Wolters and forwards Robbie Hummel and Jarnell Stokes.
September 14: Chicago signed guard D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera.
September 14: Detroit signed guard Trey Freeman and center Nikola Jovanovic.
September 14: Phoenix signed guard Shaquille Harrison and forward Derrick Jones.
September 14: New Orleans signed guard Lance Stephenson.
September 14: Sacramento signed guard Jordan Farmar.
September 12: Boston signed forwards Jalen Jones and Damion Lee.
September 12: Golden State signed guards Phil Pressey and Cameron Jones, forward Elgin Cook and center JaVale McGee.
September 12: Milwaukee signed guard Xavier Henry.
September 12: Portland signed center Greg Stiemsma.
September 8: Indiana signed forward Kevin Seraphin.
September 8: Milwaukee signed guard Orlando Johnson and forward JJ O’Brien.
September 8: Orlando signed guards Nick Johnson and Kevin Murphy, forwards Cliff Alexander, Branden Dawson and Damjan Rudez and center Arinze Onuaku.
September 7: Philadelphia re-signed forward Elton Brand.
September 7: Toronto signed forward EJ Singler.
September 7: Charlotte signed guards Andrew Andrews and Rasheed Sulaimon.
September 7: Cleveland signed guard Markel Brown.
September 7: Utah signed forward Quincy Ford.
September 6: Indiana signed guard Nick Zeisloft.
September 6: Sacramento signed guard Isaiah Cousins.
September 2: Toronto signed president Masai Ujiri to a contract extension, named Jeff Weltman general manager and Bobby Webster assistant general manager.
September 1: Los Angeles Lakers signed guard Julian Jacobs and forward Travis Wear.
August 31: Boston waived guard John Holland.
August 31: Philadelphia signed guard Anthony Barber and waived forward Carl Landry and center Tibor Pleiss.
August 31: Sacramento signed guard Ty Lawson.
August 30: Denver traded forward Joffrey Lauvergne to Oklahoma City for two 2017 second-round picks.
August 29: Los Angeles Lakers signed forward Zach Auguste.
August 29: Milwaukee re-signed forward Steve Novak.
August 29: Indiana signed guard Julyan Stone and forward Alex Poythress.
August 27: Guard Bryce Cotton signed with Anadolu Efes (Turkey).
August 26: Philadelphia traded guard Kendall Marshall to Utah for center Tibor Pleiss, two 2017 second-round picks and cash considerations.
August 26: Utah waived guard Kendall Marshall.
August 26: Indiana signed guard Julyan Stone.
August 24: Minnesota signed guards John Lucas and Toure Murry.
August 23: Los Angeles Lakers re-signed center Tarik Black.
August 23: Los Angeles Lakers signed forward Brandon Ingram.
August 22: Los Angeles Lakers signed forward Yi Jianlian.
August 22: Milwaukee signed guard Jason Terry.
August 22: Utah signed guard Marcus Paige.
August 20: Oklahoma City signed guard Semaj Christon.
August 20: Boston signed forward Marcus Georges-Hunt.
August 19: Utah signed forward Joel Bolomboy.
August 17: Miami signed guard Beno Udrih.
August 17: Portland signed forward Grant Jerrett.
August 16: Denver signed guard DJ Kennedy.
August 15: Milwaukee named Craig Robinson vice president of player and organizational development.
August 14: Oklahoma City signed guard Ronnie Price.
August 12: Oklahoma City signed forward Domantas Sabonis.
August 12: Cleveland re-signed forward LeBron James.
August 11: New Orleans signed guard Shawn Dawson.
August 10: Golden State signed guard Elliot Williams.
August 10: Toronto signed guard Drew Crawford and center Yanick Moreira.
August 10: Guard Shane Larkin signed with Baskonia (Spain).
August 8: Denver named Willie Green assistant coach/player development.
August 8: Memphis signed guards Tony Wroten and Wayne Selden.
August 6: Cleveland signed guard Kay Felder.
August 5: Los Angeles Lakers re-signed guard Marcelo Huertas.
August 4: New York signed guard Chasson Randle.
August 4: Oklahoma City signed guard Russell Westbrook to a contract extension.
August 4: Philadelphia named Jim O’Brien and Kevin Young assistant coaches and John Bryant and Alvin Williams as player development coaches.
August 3: Cleveland re-signed forward James Jones.
August 3: Los Angeles Clippers signed guard Alan Anderson.
August 3: Milwaukee re-signed center Miles Plumlee.
August 3: San Antonio signed forward David Lee.
August 2: Cleveland signed guard DeAndre Liggins.
August 2: New York signed guard JP Tokoto.
August 2: Toronto signed forward Jarrod Uthoff.
August 1: Denver signed guards Malik Beasley and Jamal Murray and forward Juan Hernangomez.
August 1: New York signed guard Ron Baker.
July 30: Cleveland waived guard Dahntay Jones.
July 29: Houston signed guard Pablo Prigioni.
July 29: Indiana waived center Shayne Whittington.
July 29: Milwaukee signed guard Malcolm Brogdon and forward Thon Maker.
July 29: San Antonio signed forward Patricio Garino.
July 28: Cleveland re-signed forward Richard Jefferson.
July 28: Chicago signed guard Spencer Dinwiddie.
July 28: Washington re-signed guard Marcus Thornton.
July 27: Boston re-signed center Tyler Zeller and signed guards Gerald Green and Demetrius Jackson and forwards Jaylen Brown and forward Ben Bentil.
July 27: Dallas re-signed center Dirk Nowitzki and signed guard Keith Hornsby and forward Jameel Warney.
July 27: Brooklyn signed center Egidijus Mockevicius.
July 27: Phoenix named Jay Triano associate head coach, Tyrone Corbin and Nate Bjorkgren assistant coaches and Marlon Garnett assistant coach/player development coordinator.
July 27: Portland re-signed forward Moe Harkless and signed guard CJ McCollum to a contract extension.
July 26: Atlanta signed forward Matt Costello.
July 26: Charlotte signed guard Treveon Graham.
July 26: Cleveland re-signed head coach Tyronn Lue.
July 26: Detroit signed guard Ray McCallum.
July 26: Memphis signed forward Troy Williams.
July 26: Miami signed guard Dion Waiters.
July 26: Washington signed forward Danuel House and re-signed guard Bradley Beal.
July 25: Brooklyn signed forward Beau Beech.
July 25: Portland signed guard Tim Quarterman.
July 25: Philadelphia signed guard Brandon Paul.
July 25: Los Angeles Clippers signed guard Raymond Felton.
July 25: Charlotte signed center Mike Tobey.
July 23: Oklahoma City signed guard Alex Abrines.
July 22: Brooklyn signed guard Yogi Ferrell.
July 22: Cleveland signed center Chris Andersen.
July 22: New Orleans signed guard Buddy Hield.
July 22: San Antonio signed forward Livio Jean-Charles.
July 21: Indiana signed guard Aaron Brooks.
July 21: Memphis signed guard DJ Stephens.
July 21: New Orleans signed guards Langston Galloway and E’Twaun Moore and forward Solomon Hill and re-signed guard Alonzo Gee.
July 21: Washington signed guard Tomas Satoransky.
July 20: Chicago signed guard Isaiah Canaan.
July 20: Dallas signed guard Kyle Collinsworth and forward Quincy Acy.
July 20: Houston signed centers Nenê and Chinanu Onuaku.
July 20: Minnesota signed forward Jordan Hill.
July 20: Guard Donald Sloan signed with Guandong Southern Tigers (China).
July 19: Brooklyn signed guard Joe Harris.
July 19: Denver re-signed forward Mike Miller.
July 19: Detroit signed forward Henry Ellenson.
July 19: Los Angeles Clippers signed forward Brandon Bass.
July 19: Phoenix signed guard Leandro Barbosa.
July 18: Forward Cameron Bairstow signed with Brisbane Bullets (Australia).
July 17: Los Angeles Clippers waived forward Branden Dawson.
July 17: Philadelphia waived center Sasha Kaun.
July 16: Chicago signed guard Denzel Valentine.
July 16: Golden State re-signed center Anderson Varejao.
July 16: Toronto signed guard Fred VanVleet.
July 15: Atlanta signed guards Jarrett Jack and Malcolm Delaney and forwards Taurean Prince and DeAndre Bembry.
July 15: Brooklyn signed guard Randy Foye.
July 15: Chicago signed guard Dwyane Wade and forward Paul Zipser.
July 15: Dallas signed guards Nicolas Brussino, Seth Curry and Jonathan Gibson.
July 15: Detroit re-signed center Andre Drummond.
July 15: Los Angeles Clippers waived Devyn Marble.
July 15: Memphis signed guard Wade Baldwin.
July 15: Miami signed forward Okaro White.
July 15: Orlando traded guard Devyn Marble and a 2020 second-round pick to Los Angeles Clippers for guard CJ Wilcox and cash.
July 15: Philadelphia signed forwards Dario Saric and James Webb and traded the draft rights to forward Chu Chu Maduabum to Cleveland for center Sasha Kaun and cash considerations.
July 15: Sacramento signed Skal Labissiere.
July 14: Brooklyn signed guard Caris LeVert and forward Anthony Bennett.
July 14: Charlotte signed forward Christian Wood.
July 14: Detroit signed guard Michael Gbinije.
July 14: Los Angeles Clippers signed center Diamond Stone.
July 14: Memphis re-signed guard Mike Conley.
July 14: New York re-signed guard Sasha Vujacic and signed forward Maurice Ndour.
July 14: Sacramento signed guard Lamar Patterson.
July 14: San Antonio re-signed Manu Ginobili and signed guards Dejounte Murray, Bryn Forbes and Ryan Arcidiacono, forward Davis Bertans and centers Pau Gasol and Dewayne Dedmon.
July 14: Toronto re-signed guard DeMar DeRozan and signed forward Jared Sullinger.
July 13: Brooklyn signed guard Greivis Vasquez and forward Luis Scola.
July 13: Golden State signed center Damian Jones and re-signed forward James Michael McAdoo.
July 13: Memphis signed forward James Ennis.
July 13: Miami signed center Willie Reed.
July 13: Minnesota signed center Cole Aldrich.
July 13: Sacramento signed center Georgios Papagiannis.
July 12: Atlanta signed center Dwight Howard, re-signed forward Kris Humphries and waived guard Lamar Patterson.
July 12: Miami signed forward Stefan Jankovic.
July 12: New Orleans waived guard Toney Douglas.
July 12: Philadelphia signed guards Sergio Rodriguez and Jerryd Bayless.
July 12: Sacramento signed guard Malachi Richardson.
July 12: Charlotte traded guard Troy Daniels to Memphis for cash considerations.
July 12: Golden State signed center Zaza Pachulia.
July 12: Los Angeles Clippers signed forwards Marreese Speights and Brice Johnson.
July 12: Memphis signed guard Andrew Harrison and center Deyonta Davis and waived guard Tony Wroten.
July 11: San Antonio waived forward Tim Duncan.
July 11: Brooklyn signed forward Justin Hamilton.
July 11: Detroit signed center Boban Marjanovic.
July 11: Indiana signed forward Georges Niang.
July 10: Charlotte re-signed forward Marvin Williams.
July 10: Houston waived guard Andrew Goudelock.
July 10: Miami matched the contract offer tendered to guard Tyler Johnson by Brooklyn, signed guard Wayne Ellington and forwards James Johnson and Derrick Williams and re-signed forward Udonis Haslem.
July 10: New Orleans traded Luke Babbitt to Miami for a 2018 second-round pick and cash considerations.
July 10: Portland re-signed center Meyers Leonard and matched the contract offer tendered to guard Allen Crabbe by Brooklyn.
July 9: Denver re-signed forward Darrell Arthur.
July 9: Golden State re-signed forward David West.
July 9: Houston signed guard James Harden to a contract extension and signed guard Eric Gordon and forward Ryan Anderson.
July 9: New York signed forward Mindaugas Kuzminskas.
July 9: Philadelphia signed guard Gerald Henderson.
July 9: Sacramento signed guards Arron Afflalo and Garrett Temple and forwards Matt Barnes and Anthony Tolliver.
July 9: Toronto signed forward Pascal Siakam and center Jakob Poeltl.
July 8: Boston signed forward Al Horford.
July 8: Brooklyn signed guard Isaiah Whitehead and forward Trevor Booker.
July 8: Dallas re-signed guard Deron Williams, signed forwards Harrison Barnes and Dorian Finney-Smith and center AJ Hammonds and waived center JaVale McGee.
July 8: Golden State re-signed guard Ian Clark.
July 8: Indiana signed center Al Jefferson.
July 8: Los Angeles Clippers re-signed guards Austin Rivers and Jamal Crawford and forwards Luc Richard Mbah a Moute and Wesley Johnson.
July 8: Los Angeles Lakers signed center Timofey Mozgov.
July 8: Milwaukee signed forward Mirza Teletovic.
July 8: Minnesota signed forward Brandon Rush.
July 8: New York re-signed forward Lance Thomas and signed guards Brandon Jennings and Courtney Lee, forward Willy Hernangomez and center Marshall Plumlee.
July 8: Phoenix signed forward Jared Dudley.
July 8: San Antonio traded forward Boris Diaw, a future second-round draft pick and cash considerations to Utah for the draft rights to guard Olivier Hanlan.
July 8: Utah signed guard Joe Johnson.
July 7: Atlanta traded guard Jeff Teague to Indiana for the draft rights to forward Taurean Prince and re-signed guard Kent Bazemore.
July 7: Brooklyn signed guard Jeremy Lin.
July 7: Charlotte signed guards Ramon Sessions and Brian Roberts and center Roy Hibbert and re-signed forward Nicolas Batum.
July 7: Chicago signed guard Rajon Rondo.
July 7: Chicago traded the draft rights to center Ater Majok to Los Angeles Lakers for guard Jose Manuel Calderon and two future second-round picks.
July 7: Chicago waived guard Spencer Dinwiddie.
July 7: Cleveland traded the draft rights to forward Albert Miralles to Chicago for forward Mike Dunleavy and the draft rights to forward Vladimir Veremeenko.
July 7: Dallas signed forward Harrison Barnes to an offer sheet.
July 7: Dallas traded forward Jeremy Evans, the draft rights to forward Emir Preldzic and cash to Indiana for the draft rights to center Stanko Barac.
July 7: Detroit signed guard Ishmael Smith and forward Jon Leuer and waived forwards Cameron Bairstow and center Joel Anthony.
July 7: Golden State signed forward Kevin Durant and traded center Andrew Bogut and a future second-round pick to Dallas for a future conditional second-round pick.
July 7: Indiana traded the draft rights to guard Caris LeVert and a future second-round pick to Brooklyn for forward Thaddeus Young.
July 7: Indiana traded guard George Hill to Utah.
July 7: Memphis signed forward Chandler Parsons.
July 7: Miami signed guard Rodney McGruder and re-signed center Hassan Whiteside.
July 7: Milwaukee traded the draft rights to forward Albert Miralles to Cleveland for guard Matthew Dellavedova and cash.
July 7: Los Angeles Lakers signed forward Luol Deng and center Ivica Zubac and re-signed guard Jordan Clarkson.
July 7: Orlando signed guard DJ Augustin, forward Jeff Green and centers Bismack Biyombo and Stephen Zimmerman and re-signed guard Evan Fournier.
July 7: Orlando traded guard Shabazz Napier to Portland for cash considerations.
July 7: Phoenix signed forwards Dragan Bender and Marquese Chriss and guard Tyler Ulis.
July 7: Portland signed forwards Evan Turner and Jake Layman, signed center Festus Ezeli to an offer sheet and waived forward Cliff Alexander.
July 7: Sacramento traded guard Marco Belinelli to Charlotte for the draft rights to guard Malachi Richardson.
July 7: Washington traded a 2021 second-round pick to Utah for guard Trey Burke.
July 7: Washington signed forwards Andrew Nicholson and Jason Smith and center Ian Mahinmi, re-signed guard Marcus Thornton and waived forward Drew Gooden.
July 6: Golden State named Mike Brown assistant coach and signed guard Patrick McCaw.
July 5: Brooklyn named Jacque Vaughn, Chris Fleming and Bret Brielmaier assistant coaches, Adam Harrington assistant coach and director of player development, Jordan Ott assistant coach and manager of advance scouting and Mike Batiste player development assistant.
July 5: Minnesota signed guard Kris Dunn.
July 4: Sacramento waived forwards Caron Butler and Duje Dukan.
July 3: Los Angeles Lakers named Brian Shaw, Jesse Mermuys and Mark Madsen assistant coaches.
July 2: Philadelphia signed guard Timothe Luwawu and forward Ben Simmons.
July 1: Brooklyn waived guard Jarrett Jack.
July 1: Los Angeles Clippers named Lawrence Frank executive president of basketball operations.
July 1: Oklahoma City named Adrian Griffin, Vin Bhavnani and Royal Ivey assistant coaches.
* Check out all the 2015-16 season transactions here.