NBA transactions: All the moves of the 2017-18 season

NBA transactions: All the moves of the 2017-18 season


NBA transactions: All the moves of the 2017-18 season

January 16: Atlanta signed forward Andrew White.

January 16: Brooklyn signed forward James Webb III and waived forward Jacob Wiley.

January 16: Detroit signed guards Kay Felder and Reggie Hearn and waived guard Luis Montero.

January 16: Houston signed guard Markel Brown and waived Briante Weber.

January 16: Indiana signed forward Ben Moore.

January 16: Los Angeles Lakers signed guard Gary Payton II.

January 16: Minnesota signed forward Amile Jefferson.

January 16: Milwaukee signed center Marshall Plumlee.

January 16: Philadelphia signed guard Demetrius Jackson and waived forward James Michael McAdoo.

January 15: Houston signed guard RJ Hunter.

January 14: Memphis waived forward Vince Hunter and signed guard Myke Henry.

January 14: New York signed guard Trey Burke for the remainder of the season.

January 14: New Orleans signed guard Mike James.

January 14: Utah waived guard Naz Long and signed forward Georges Niang.

January 13: Dallas signed guard Kyle Collinsworth to a 10-day contract.

January 13: New York waived guard Ramon Sessions.

January 12: Los Angeles Lakers waived Vander Blue.

January 12: Detroit signed guard Dwight Buycks to a new contract.

January 11: Dallas signed forward Jalen Jones and waived guard Kyle Collinsworth.

January 10: New Orleans signed guard DeAndre Liggins to a 10-day contract.

January 8: New Orleans waived forward Jalen Jones.

January 7: Milwaukee signed guard Sean Kilpatrick to a new contract, signed guard Xavier Munford and waived guard DeAndre Liggins and forward Joel Bolomboy.

January 7: Indiana waived guard Damien Wilkins.

January 6: Houston waived guard Demetrius Jackson.

January 6: Los Angeles Clippers waived forward Jamil Wilson and signed guard Tyrone Wallace.

January 6: Los Angeles Lakers waived center Andrew Bogut.

January 5: Houston re-signed guard Demetrius Jackson to a 10-day contract and waived guard Bobby Brown.

January 5: Philadelphia signed guard James Young.

January 4: Philadelphia waived guard Jacob Pullen.

January 3: Washington waived forward Michael Young.

January 1: Miami signed forward Derrick Jones and waived guard Matt Williams.

December 28: Houston signed guard Gerald Green.

December 28: Indiana signed forward Alex Poythress for the remainder of the season.

December 23: Utah signed guard Naz Long.

December 23: Phoenix waived guard Mike James.

December 22: Utah waived guard Nate Wolters.

December 21: Utah signed forward Erik McCree and waived forward Eric Griffin.

December 20: Brooklyn waived guard Yakuba Ouattara.

December 19: Chicago waived guard Kay Felder.

December 19: Dallas signed guard Kyle Collinsworth and waived guard Antonius Cleveland and center Jeff Withey.

December 18: Brooklyn signed guard Milton Doyle.

December 18: Milwaukee signed guard Sean Kilpatrick and waived guard Gary Payton II.

December 18: Atlanta signed forward Tyler Cavanaugh to a multi-year contract.

December 13: Phoenix signed guard Isaiah Canaan.

December 8: Atlanta waived forward Nicolas Brussino.

December 8: Phoenix signed forward Danuel House.

December 7: Philadelphia traded guard Nik Stauskas, center Jahlil Okafor and a 2019 second-round pick to Brooklyn for forward Trevor Booker.

December 7: Brooklyn waived guard Sean Kilpatrick.

December 7: Phoenix signed guard Mike James to a contract and waived forward Derrick Jones.

November 27: Memphis fired head coach David Fizdale and named JB Bickerstaff interim head coach.

November 17: Philadelphia signed forward Robert Covington to a contract extension.

November 17: Dallas signed guard Antonius Cleveland and waived guard forward Gian Clavell.

November 12: New York waived forward Mindaugas Kuzminskas.

November 10: New Orleans waived forward Josh Smith.

November 7: Phoenix traded guard Eric Bledsoe to Milwaukee for center Greg Monroe and two 2018 draft picks.

November 5: Atlanta signed guard Tyler Cavanaugh.

November 2: Washington waived guard Carrick Felix.

October 31: Boston exercised the contract option on forwards Jaylen Brown and Terry Rozier through 2018-19.

October 31: Golden State exercised the contract option on forward Damian Jones through 2018-19.

October 31: Los Angeles Clippers exercised the contract option on forward Sam Dekker through 2018-19.

October 31: Memphis exercised the contract option on forward Jarell Martin through 2018-19.

October 31: Milwaukee exercised the contract option on forward Thon Maker through 2018-19.

October 31: Philadelphia exercised the contract option on guards Justin Anderson and Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot and forwards Ben Simmons and Dario Saric through 2018-19.

October 31: Sacramento exercised the contract option on guards Buddy Hield and Malaki Richardson, forward Skal Labissiere and centers Willie Cauley-Stein and Georgios Papagianis through 2018-19.

October 29: Charlotte exercised the contract option on center Frank Kaminsky through 2018-19.

October 28: Houston waived guard Isaiah Canaan.

October 28: New Orleans signed forward Josh Smith.

October 27: Chicago exercised the contract option on guards Kris DunnDenzel ValentineJerian Grant and Cameron Payne and forward Bobby Portis through 2018-19.

October 24: Houston signed guards Isaiah Canaan and Briante Weber.

October 24: Los Angeles Lakers exercised the contract option on forwards Brandon Ingram and Larry Nance Jr through 2018-19.

October 22: Toronto waived forward KJ McDaniels.

October 22: New Orleans signed guard Jameer Nelson and waived guard Jordan Crawford.

October 22: Phoenix fired head coach Earl Watson and named Jay Triano interim head coach.

October 20: Milwaukee signed forward Joel Bolomboy.

October 20: New York signed guard Isaiah Hicks.

October 19: Portland signed guard Wade Baldwin.

October 18: Cleveland signed guard London Perrantes.

October 18: Denver waived guard Jameer Nelson and signed forward  Richard Jefferson.

October 18: Los Angeles Lakers signed guard Vander Blue.

October 17: Milwaukee signed guard Gary Payton II.

October 17: Oklahoma City signed guard PJ Dozier.

October 17: Phoenix exercised the contract option on guard Devin Booker and forwards Dragan Bender and Marquese Chriss through 2018-19.

October 17: Atlanta signed guard Isaiah Taylor.

October 17: Golden State signed guard Quinn Cook.

October 16: Chicago waived forward Jarell Eddie and center Diamond Stone and signed guard Kay Felder.

October 16: Memphis waived guard Wade Baldwin and forward Rade Zagorac.

October 16: Milwaukee signed guard DeAndre Liggins.

October 16: Orlando signed forward Jamel Artis.

October 16: San Antonio signed forward LaMarcus Aldridge to a contract extension.

October 16: Toronto exercised the contract option on guard Delon Wright and centers Pascal Siakam and Jakob Poeltl.

October 16: Utah waived forward Joel Bolomboy.

October 15: Indiana waived forward Jarrod Uthoff.

October 15: San Antonio exercised the contract option on guard Dejounte Murray through 2018-19.

October 15: Minnesota exercised the contract option on guard Tyus Jones and center Karl-Anthony Towns through 2018-19.

October 15: Detroit exercised the contract option on guard Stanley Johnson and forward Henry Ellenson through 2018-19.

October 14: Toronto waived guard Davion Berry.

October 14: Detroit waived guard Beno Udrih.

October 14: New York waived guards Trey Burke and Xavier Rathan-Mayes and forward Nigel Hayes.

October 14: Golden State waived guard Georges Niang and forward Michael Gbinije.

October 14: Cleveland waived guard Isaac Hamilton and center Kendrick Perkins and traded guard Kay Felder, forward Richard Jefferson, two future second-round picks and cash to Atlanta for the draft rights to guard Sergey Gladyr and forward Dimitrios Agravanis.

October 14: Atlanta waived guard Kay Felder and forward Richard Jefferson and exercised the contract option on guard DeAndre Bembry and forward Taurean Prince through 2018-19.

October 14: Memphis waived guard Durand Scott.

October 14: Philadelphia waived guard James Blackmon, forward Kris Humphries and center Emeka Okafor.

October 14: New Orleans waived forwards Perry Jones and Cliff Alexander.

October 14: Minnesota waived guard Melo Trimble and forwards Shawne Williams and Amile Jefferson.

October 14: Utah waived guard Naz Long and forward Kendall Pollard.

October 14: Indiana waived guard Trey McKinney-Jones and forwards Ben Moore and DeQuan Jones.

October 14: Los Angeles Lakers waived guards Vander Blue and Briante Weber and forward Travis Wear.

October 14: Miami waived guard DeAndre Liggins and forwards Erik McCree and Tony Mitchell.

October 14: Oklahoma City waived guards Semaj Christon and Isaiah Canaan and forwards Yannis Morin and Chris Wright.

October 14: Phoenix waived guard Elijah Millsap.

October 14: Milwaukee waived guard Gerald Green.

October 14: Dallas waived guards Maalik Wayns and PJ Dozier and forward Jameel Warney.

October 14: Philadelphia signed and waived guard Andrew Andrews and forwards Marc Loving and James Webb III.

October 14: Washington waived guard Donald Sloan.

October 14: Sacramento waived guards Reggie Hearn, David Stockton and Matt Jones.

October 14: Los Angeles Clippers waived guard Tyrone Wallace and center Marshall Plumlee.

October 14: Houston waived forward Cameron Oliver.

October 14: Boston waived center Daniel Ochefu.

October 13: Atlanta waived guard Quinn Cook and forwards Tyler Cavanaugh and Jeremy Evans .

October 13: Dallas waived forward Brandon Ashley and signed forward Jameel Warney.

October 13: Utah signed forward Kendall Pollard.

October 13: Orlando waived guards Troy Caupain, Rodney Purvis and Kalin Lucas and forward Damjan Rudez.

October 13: Charlotte waived guards TJ Williams and Terry Henderson and forwards Isaiah Hicks and Luke Petrasek.

October 13: Portland waived guards Isaiah BriscoeArchie Goodwin and Anthony Morrow.

October 13: Chicago waived guard Bronson Koenig and forward Jaylen Johnson.

October 13: Milwaukee waived guards Gary Payton II and Brandon Rush and center Joel Anthony.

October 13: Indiana exercised the contract option on forward Domantas Sabonis and center Myles Turner through 2018-19.

October 13: Phoenix signed and waived forward Tidjan Keita.

October 13: Brooklyn waived forwards Tahjere McCall and Kamari Murphy.

October 13: Houston waived guards Isaiah TaylorTim Quarterman and George De Paula and forward Chris Johnson.

October 13: Boston signed center Daniel Ochefu.

October 13: Minnesota signed forward Shawne Williams.

October 12: Denver signed guard Gary Harris to a contract extension.

October 12: Denver waived forward Josh Childress.

October 12: Miami waived guard Larry Drew II and signed guard Tony Mitchell.

October 12: Boston waived guards Daniel Dixon and LJ Peak and forwards Jonathan Holmes and Andrew White.

October 12: Brooklyn exercised the the contracts options on guards D’Angelo Russell and Caris LeVert and forward Rondae Hollis-Jefferson through 2018-19 and signed guard Tahjere McCall and forward Kamari Murphy.

October 12: Los Angeles Lakers signed forward Travis Wear.

October 12: Milwaukee waived guard Xavier Munford.

October 12: San Antonio waived guard London Perrantes and center Amida Brimah.

October 12: Utah waived guard Torian Graham.

October 11: Brooklyn waived guards Milton Doyle and Jeremy Senglin and forward Akil Mitchell.

October 11: Phoenix waived guard Peter Jok and forward Anthony Bennett.

October 11: Oklahoma City signed forwards Yannis Morin and Chris Wright.

October 11: Cleveland waived center Walter Tavares and signed guard Isaac Hamilton.

October 11: New York signed guard Trey Burke.

October 11: Minnesota signed forward Andrew Wiggins to a contract extension.

October 11: Oklahoma City waived guards Bryce Alford and Markel Brown and forward Rashawn Thomas.

October 11: Toronto signed guard Davion Berry.

October 10: Sacramento signed guards Reggie Hearn and David Stockton and waived guard Marcus Williams.

October 10: Philadelphia signed center Joel Embiid to a contract extension.

October 10: Miami signed guard DeAndre Liggins.

October 9: Detroit waived forward Derek Willis and center Landry Nnoko.

October 9: Los Angeles Clippers waived forward LaDontae Henton.

October 9: Los Angeles Lakers waived forward VJ Beachem and center Stephen Zimmerman.

October 9: Orlando signed guard Rodney Purvis.

October 9: Utah signed guard Torian Graham.

October 9: Washington waived center Daniel Ochefu.

October 8: Boston signed guard Daniel Dixon.

October 8: Milwaukee waived guard Kendall Marshall.

October 8: Toronto signed guard Norman Powell to a contract extension.

October 7: Atlanta waived guards John Jenkins and Jordan Mathews.

October 7: Toronto waived guard Andy Rautins and forwards Kyle Wiltjer and Kennedy Meeks.

October 7: Utah waived guard Taylor Braun.

October 5: Memphis signed guard Durand Scott and waived guard Jeremy Morgan.

October 5: Boston waived forward Devin Williams.

October 4: Milwaukee waived guard James Young and signed guard Xavier Munford.

October 4: New York waived forward Jamel Artis.

October 1: New Orleans waived forward Martell Webster.

September 30: Golden State waived guards Alex Hamilton and Antonius Cleveland.

September 29: Oklahoma City signed guard Russell Westbrook to a contract extension.

September 28: Chicago signed guard Bronson Koenig.

September 27: Denver exercised the contracts options on guards Jamal MurrayMalik Beasley and Emmanuel Mudiay and forwards Juan Hernangomez and Trey Lyles through 2018-19.

September 27: Cleveland signed guard Dwyane Wade and waived forward JaCorey Williams.

September 27: Houston signed guard George De Paula.

September 27: Los Angeles Clippers signed forward LaDontae Henton.

September 27: Memphis re-signed forward JaMychal Green.

September 26: Boston signed forwards Devin Williams and Jonathan Holmes.

September 26: Sacramento signed guard Marcus Williams.

September 26: Utah signed forward Taylor Braun.

September 26: Houston waived forward Shawn Long.

September 26: Phoenix signed forward TJ Warren to a contract extension.

September 26: Cleveland signed forward JaCorey Williams.

September 25: Toronto signed guard Andy Rautins.

September 25: Atlanta signed guard John Jenkins.

September 25: Indiana signed forward Jarrod Uthoff.

September 25: Chicago re-signed forward Nikola Mirotic and waived guard Dwyane Wade.

September 25: Cleveland signed center Kendrick Perkins.

September 25: New Orleans signed forwards Martell Webster and Cliff Alexander.

September 25: Phoenix re-signed center Alex Len.

September 25: San Antonio signed center Amida Brimah.

September 25: Detroit signed signed guard Beno Udrih, forward Derek Willis and center Landry Nnoko.

September 25: Houston re-signed guard Bobby Brown.

September 25: Los Angeles Clippers traded guard DeAndre Liggins and cash considerations to Atlanta for future draft considerations.

September 25: Atlanta waived guard DeAndre Liggins.

September 25: New York waived guard Chasson Randle.

September 25: Oklahoma City traded forward Doug McDermott, center Enes Kanter and a 2018 second-round pick to New York for forward Carmelo Anthony and signed guards Markel BrownBryce Alford and Isaiah Canaan and forward Rashawn Thomas.

September 25: Philadelphia signed forward Kris Humphries and center Emeka Okafor.

September 24: Brooklyn signed forward Akil Mitchell.

September 24: Milwaukee signed forward Gerald Green and center Joel Anthony.

September 24: New Orleans re-signed forward Dante Cunningham.

September 22: Philadelphia signed guard Jacob Pullen.

September 22: Chicago signed forwards Jarell Eddie and Jaylen Johnson.

September 22: Milwaukee waived guard JeQuan Lewis.

September 22: Phoenix signed forward Anthony Bennett.

September 22: Memphis traded guard Troy Daniels and a 2018 second-round pick to Phoenix for a conditional 2018 second-round pick.

September 22: Houston signed forward Chris Johnson.

September 21: Milwaukee signed guard Kendall Marshall and waived guard Bronson Koenig.

September 21: Atlanta signed guard Jordan Mathews and forward Jeremy Evans.

September 21: Memphis signed forward Ivan Rabb.

September 21: Golden State signed guards Alex Hamilton and Antonius Cleveland.

September 21: Minnesota signed guard Aaron Brooks.

September 20: Denver re-signed center Mason Plumlee.

September 19: Los Angeles Lakers signed center Andrew Bogut.

September 19: Miami exercised the contract option on forward Justise Winslow through 2018-19.

September 18: Portland signed guard Anthony Morrow.

September 18: Miami signed forward Erik McCree.

September 18: Milwaukee re-signed guard Jason Terry and signed guard Brandon Rush.

September 18: Charlotte signed forward Luke Petrasek.

September 18: Miami signed guard Josh Richardson to a contract extension.

September 18: Minnesota signed guard Melo Trimble and forward Amile Jefferson.

September 17: Forward Boris Diaw signed with Paris-Levallois (France).

September 15: New Orleans signed guard Tony Allen.

September 15: New York signed guard Jarrett Jack.

September 15: Charlotte signed guard Terry Henderson.

September 14: Portland signed guard Isaiah Briscoe.

September 14: Minnesota re-signed guard Shabazz Muhammad.

September 14: Phoenix signed forward Alec Peters.

September 13: Phoenix signed guard Peter Jok.

September 13: Los Angeles Clippers signed guard CJ Williams.

September 13: New Orleans signed forward Perry Jones.

September 13: Chicago signed center Diamond Stone.

September 13: Utah signed guard Nate Wolters.

September 12: Brooklyn signed center Tyler Zeller.

September 12: Denver signed forward Josh Childress.

September 11: Sacramento signed guard Matt Jones.

September 11: Memphis signed forward Vince Hunter.

September 11: Portland signed guard Archie Goodwin.

September 11: San Antonio signed guard Darrun Hilliard.

September 11: Utah signed guard Naz Long.

September 10: Milwaukee waived forward Jalen Moore.

September 8: Washington signed guard Carrick Felix.

September 7: Cleveland signed guard John Holland.

September 7: Indiana signed guard Trey McKinney-Jones and forward DeQuan Jones.

September 7: Orlando re-signed forward Damjan Rudez.

September 7: Forward Andrew Nicholson signed with Guangdong Southern Tigers (China).

September 6: Detroit signed guard Dwight Buycks.

September 6: Milwaukee signed guard James Young.

September 6: Atlanta signed guards Quinn Cook and Josh Magette and forward Tyler Cavanaugh.

September 5: Miami signed guard Larry Drew II.

September 5: Boston signed guard Jabari Bird.

September 1: New Orleans traded forward Quincy Pondexter and cash considerations to Chicago for the draft rights to forward Ater Majok.

September 1: Milwaukee waived forward Spencer Hawes.

August 30: Portland waived forward Andrew Nicholson.

August 30: Philadelphia signed guard James Blackmon and forward James Michael McAdoo.

August 29: Golden State signed forward Michael Gbinije.

August 29: Guard guard Sasha Vujacic signed with Torino (Italy).

August 28: Boston signed guard LJ Peak and forward Andrew White.

August 25: Dallas re-signed forward Nerlens Noel.

August 25: Washington signed guard Donald Sloan.

August 24: San Antonio re-signed guard Manu Ginobili.

August 23: Charlotte signed guard Julyan Stone.

August 23: San Antonio signed guard London Perrantes.

August 23: Los Angeles Clippers signed center Marshall Plumlee.

August 22: Indiana signed forward Alex Poythress.

August 21: Indiana exercised the contract option on forward Myles Turner through 2018-19.

August 22: Toronto signed forward KJ McDaniels.

August 22: Cleveland traded guard Kyrie Irving to Boston for guard Isaiah Thomas, forward Jae Crowder, center Ante Zizic, a 2018 first-round pick and a 2020 first-round pick.

August 21: Dallas signed center Jeff Withey.

August 21: Houston signed guard Demetrius Jackson.

August 21: Orlando signed forward Adreian Payne.

August 20: Miami signed forward Jordan Mickey.

August 18: New York signed guard Xavier Rathan-Mayes and forwards Jamel Artis and Nigel Hayes.

August 16: Orlando signed guards Troy Caupain and Kalin Lucas.

August 16: Golden State signed forward Georges Niang.

August 15: Los Angeles Clippers signed guard Tyrone Wallace.

August 15: Indiana signed guard Damien Wilkins and forward Ben Moore.

August 15: Toronto signed forward Kyle Wiltjer.

August 14: Los Angeles Lakers signed guard Briante Weber.

August 14: Brooklyn signed forward Jacob Wiley.

August 14: Guard Norris Cole signed with Maccabi Tel Aviv (Israel).

August 11: Los Angeles Lakers signed forward VJ Beachem.

August 10: Minnesota signed guard Marcus Georges-Hunt.

August 9: Atlanta signed forward Luke Babbitt.

August 9: Forward Christian Wood signed with Fujian Sturgeons (China).

August 9: New York exercised the contract option on forward Kristaps Porzingis through 2018-19.

August 9: Guard Ty Lawson and forward Donatas Motiejunas signed with Shandong Golden Stars (China).

August 9: Portland signed guard CJ Wilcox.

August 9: Los Angeles Lakers signed center Stephen Zimmerman.

August 9: Dallas signed guard Maalik Wayns.

August 8: New York signed guard Ramon Sessions and forward Michael Beasley.

August 8: Dallas signed guard PJ Dozier.

August 7: New York re-signed guard Ron Baker and signed guard Damyean Dotson.

August 4: San Antonio re-signed guard Patrick Mills.

August 4: Los Angeles Lakers signed guard Vander Blue.

August 4: Brooklyn signed guards Milton Doyle and Jeremy Senglin.

August 4: Detroit signed and waived forward Jason Maxiell.

August 4: Forward Kevin Seraphin signed with FC Barcelona (Spain).

August 3: New Orleans signed guard Ian Clark.

August 3: Dallas signed forward Brandon Ashley.

August 3: Los Angeles Clippers signed center Willie Reed.

August 3: Oklahoma City signed guard Daniel Hamilton.

August 3: Los Angeles Clippers signed forward Jamil Wilson.

August 2: New Orleans signed guard Charles Cooke and forward Jalen Jones.

August 2: Charlotte signed guards TJ Williams and Marcus Paige and forwards Isaiah Hicks and Mangok Mathiang.

August 1: Dallas signed guard Gian Clavell.

August 1: Orlando waived guard Patricio Garino.

August 1: Golden State re-signed center JaVale McGee.

August 1: Chicago signed guard Ryan Arcidiacono.

August 1: Minnesota signed forward Anthony Brown.

July 31: Atlanta waived center Diamond Stone.

July 31: Indiana waived forward Kevin Seraphin.

July 31: Orlando waived forward Marcus Georges-Hunt.

July 31: Milwaukee re-signed guard Tony Snell.

July 31: Boston signed guard Shane Larkin.

July 30: Houston waived forward Jarrod Uthoff.

July 30: Los Angeles Lakers signed center Thomas Bryant.

July 29: Sacramento signed forwards Jack Cooley and JaKarr Sampson.

July 29: Oklahoma City signed guard Terrance Ferguson.

July 28: Charlotte waived guard Briante Weber.

July 28: Brooklyn waived guard Archie Goodwin.

July 27: Orlando signed guard Arron Afflalo and centers Marreese Speights and Khem Birch.

July 26: Los Angeles Clippers signed guard Sindarius Thornwell.

July 26: Los Angeles Lakers signed guard Tyler Ennis.

July 26: New Orleans signed guard Darius Miller.

July 26: Washington signed guard John Wall to a contract extension.

July 25: Atlanta re-signed forward Mike Muscala.

July 25: Cleveland signed guard Derrick Rose.

July 25: Detroit signed forward Luis Montero.

July 25: Houston re-signed forward Troy Williams.

July 25: New Orleans waived guards Quinn Cook and forward Axel Toupane.

July 25: Orlando signed forward Wesley Iwundu.

July 25: Portland traded guard Allen Crabbe to Brooklyn for forward Andrew Nicholson.

July 25: Toronto signed guard Lorenzo Brown.

July 25: Utah re-signed forward Joe Ingles.

July 25: Golden State re-signed guards Stephen Curry and Shaun Livingston, forwards Kevin Durant, Andre Iguodala and David West and center Zaza Pachulia.

July 24: Miami signed guards Derrick Walton and Matt Williams.

July 24: San Antonio re-signed center Pau Gasol.

July 24: Cleveland named Koby Altman general manager.

July 22: Atlanta signed guard Nicolas Brussino.

July 22: Oklahoma City signed center Dakari Johnson.

July 21: Oklahoma City re-signed forward Nick Collison.

July 21: Atlanta re-signed forward Ersan Ilyasova and signed center Dewayne Dedmon.

July 21: Memphis signed guard Dillon Brooks.

July 21: Denver signed guard Monte Morris.

July 21: Brooklyn signed guard Yakuba Ouattara.

July 20: Utah signed forward Eric Griffin and center Ekpe Udoh.

July 20: Brooklyn signed center Jarrett Allen.

July 20: Miami re-signed forward Udonis Haslem.

July 20: Boston signed forward Guerschon Yabusele.

July 20: Dallas waived guard Nicolas Brussino.

July 19: Washington re-signed forward Otto Porter.

July 19: Minnesota signed guard Jamal Crawford.

July 19: New Orleans signed guard Rajon Rondo.

July 19: Houston signed forward Luc Richard Mbah a Moute.

July 19: Memphis signed guard Mario Chalmers.

July 19: Utah signed forward Royce O’Neale.

July 19: Denver signed guard Torrey Craig.

July 19: Boston signed guard Kadeem Allen, forward Daniel Theis and center Aron Baynes.

July 19: Los Angeles Clippers re-signed forward Blake Griffin.

July 18: Boston signed forward Semi Ojeleye.

July 18: Utah signed guard Tabo Sefolosha.

July 18: Cleveland signed forward Cedi Osman.

July 18: Toronto signed forward Kennedy Meeks.

July 18: San Antonio signed forward Joffrey Lauvergne.

July 17: Utah signed forward Jonas Jerebko.

July 17: Houston signed forward Tarik Black.

July 17: Boston signed forward Paul Pierce.

July 16: Guard Sergio Rodriguez signed with CSKA Moscow (Russia).

July 15: Detroit waived guard Michael Gbinije.

July 15: Los Angeles Clippers waived forward Kyle Wiltjer.

July 15: Boston waived guard Demetrius Jackson and signed forward Abdel Nader.

July 15: Orlando signed forward Jonathon Simmons.

July 14: Indiana re-signed guard CJ Miles and traded him to Toronto along with the draft rights to forward Emir Preldzic for guard Cory Joseph.

July 14: San Antonio signed guard Brandon Paul.

July 14: Golden State signed forward Chris Boucher.

July 14: Chicago signed guards Antonio Blakeney and David Nwaba.

July 14: Oklahoma City re-signed guard Andre Roberson.

July 14: Atlanta signed guard Tyler Dorsey.

July 14: Detroit re-signed guard Reggie Bullock and signed forward Anthony Tolliver.

July 14: Indiana waived forward Georges Niang.

July 14: Washington signed forward Devin Robinson.

July 14: Toronto waived center Justin Hamilton.

July 14: Boston signed forward Gordon Hayward.

July 13: Los Angeles Lakers signed guards Alex Caruso and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope.

July 13: Denver signed forward Paul Millsap.

July 13: Toronto traded forward DeMarre Carroll and 2018 first and second-round picks to Brooklyn for center Justin Hamilton.

July 13: Utah waived forward Boris Diaw.

July 13: Boston waived forward Jordan Mickey.

July 13: Sacramento signed guards Bogdan Bogdanovic and Frank Mason.

July 12: Golden State signed forward Omri Casspi.

July 12: Indiana signed center Ike Anigbogu.

July 12: Dallas signed forward Maxi Kleber.

July 12: Los Angeles Lakers waived guard David Nwaba.

July 12: Cleveland re-signed forward Kyle Korver.

July 11: Cleveland signed forward Jeff Green.

July 11: Denver waived guard Mike Miller.

July 11: Los Angeles Clippers signed guard Jawun Evans.

July 11: Washington signed guard Jodie Meeks.

July 11: Oklahoma City signed guard Raymond Felton and forward Patrick Patterson.

July 10: Phoenix re-signed forward Alan Williams.

July 10: Indiana signed forward Bojan Bogdanovic.

July 10: Minnesota signed guard Jeff Teague and forward Taj Gibson.

July 10: Orlando waived guard CJ Watson.

July 10: Sacramento signed guards Vince Carter and George Hill and forward Zach Randolph.

July 10: Chicago signed guard Justin Holiday.

July 10: Los Angeles Clippers signed guard Milos Teodosic.

July 10: Memphis signed guard Tyreke Evans.

July 10: Cleveland signed guard Jose Manuel Calderon.

July 9: Toronto signed forwards Malcolm Miller and Alfonzo McKinnie.

July 9: New Orleans signed guard Frank Jackson.

July 8: Philadelphia signed guards Markelle Fultz and JJ Redick and forward Amir Johnson.

July 8: New York signed guard Tim Hardaway Jr.

July 8: Houston signed guard James Harden to a contract extension.

July 8: Milwaukee signed guard Sterling Brown and forward Jalen Moore.

July 8: Golden State signed forward Jordan Bell.

July 8: Orlando signed guard Shelvin Mack.

July 8: Atlanta waived guard Jamal Crawford.

July 8: Memphis signed forward Rade Zagorac.

July 7: Golden State signed guard Nick Young.

July 7: Indiana signed guard Darren Collison.

July 7: Charlotte signed guard Michael Carter-Williams.

July 7: Miami re-signed guard Dion Waiters and forward James Johnson and signed center Kelly Olynyk.

July 7: Washington signed forward Mike Scott.

July 7: Sacramento signed guard De’Aaron Fox.

July 7: Toronto signed forward OG Anunoby.

July 7: Houston signed forward Cameron Oliver.

July 7: Miami traded forward Josh McRoberts, a 2023 second-round pick and cash considerations to Dallas for center AJ Hammons.

July 7: Detroit traded forward Marcus Morris to Boston for guard Avery Bradley and a 2019 second-round pick.

July 7: New York waived center Marshall Plumlee.

July 7: Houston waived forward Ryan Kelly.

July 7: Toronto re-signed guard Kyle Lowry and forward Serge Ibaka.

July 6: Dallas re-signed forward Dirk Nowitzki.

July 6: Memphis signed guard Ben McLemore.

July 6: Milwaukee signed guards JeQuan Lewis and Bronson Koenig.

July 6: Charlotte signed guard Dwayne Bacon.

July 6: Detroit signed guard Langston Galloway and center Eric Moreland.

July 6: Golden State re-signed forward Kevin Durant.

July 6: Indiana traded forward Paul George to Oklahoma City for guard Victor Oladipo and forward Domantas Sabonis.

July 6: Indiana waived forward Rakeem Christmas.

July 6: Chicago re-signed forward Cristiano Felicio.

July 6: New Orleans re-signed guard Jrue Holiday.

July 6: San Antonio signed guard Derrick White and forward Rudy Gay.

July 6: Sacramento signed forward Justin Jackson.

July 6: Phoenix signed guard Davon Reed.

July 6: Philadelphia traded the draft rights to guard Sterling Brown to Milwaukee for cash considerations.

July 6: Denver signed forward Tyler Lydon, re-signed forward Danilo Gallinari and traded him to Los Angeles Clippers for a 2019 second-round pick from Atlanta, who acquired guard Jamal Crawford, center Diamond Stone and a 2018 protected first-round pick.

July 6: Houston re-signed center Nene and signed forward PJ Tucker and center Zhou Qi.

July 6: Oklahoma City traded the draft rights to guard Jawun Evans to Los Angeles Clippers for cash considerations.

July 6: Milwaukee signed forward DJ Wilson.

July 5: Washington signed forward Michael Young.

July 5: New York signed guard Frank Ntilikina.

July 5: Utah signed guard Donovan Mitchell and center Tony Bradley.

July 5: Indiana signed guard Edmond Sumner and waived guard Monta Ellis.

July 5: Chicago signed forward Lauri Markkanen.

July 5: Dallas signed guard Dennis Smith.

July 4: Brooklyn signed forward Otto Porter to an offer sheet..

July 4: Minnesota signed center Justin Patton.

July 4: Philadelphia signed forward Furkan Korkmaz.

July 4: Orlando waived center Stephen Zimmerman.

July 4: Sacramento signed center Harry Giles.

July 4: Miami waived forward Chris Bosh.

July 3: Phoenix signed guard Mike James and forward Josh Jackson and waived guard Leandro Barbosa.

July 3: Dallas signed forward Jonathan Motley.

July 3: Charlotte signed guard Malik Monk.

July 3: New York signed center Luke Kornet.

July 3: Portland signed forward Caleb Swanigan and center Zach Collins.

July 3: Los Angeles Lakers signed guards Lonzo Ball and Josh Hart and forward Kyle Kuzma.

July 2: Boston waived center Tyler Zeller.

July 1: Indiana signed forward TJ Leaf.

July 1: Los Angeles Lakers waived center Tarik Black.

July 1: Memphis re-signed guard Wayne Selden and signed guard Kobi Simmons.

July 1: Detroit signed guard Luke Kennard.

July 1: Atlanta signed forward John Collins.

July 1: Boston signed forward Jayson Tatum and center Ante Zizic.

July 1: Orlando signed forward Jonathan Isaac.

July 1: Miami signed center Bam Adebayo.

July 1: Indiana named Chad Buchanan general manager.

* Check out all the 2016-17 season transactions here.



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