NBA transactions: All the moves of the 2015-16 season

February 8: New York fired head coach Derek Fisher and named Kurt Rambis interim head coach.

February 8: Phoenix signed guard Jordan McRae to a second 10-day contract.

February 5: Phoenix signed guard Orlando Johnson to a 10-day contract.

February 5: Utah signed guard Erick Green to a 10-day contract.

February 2: Los Angeles Clippers signed forward Jeff Ayres to a second 10-day contract.

February 2: Phoenix named Bob Hill assistant coach.

February 1: Memphis signed center Ryan Hollins to a second 10-day contract.

February 1: New Orleans signed guard Bryce Dejean-Jones to a second 10-day contract.

February 1: Phoenix fired head coach Jeff Hornacek and named Earl Watson interim head coach.

January 29: New York signed forward Thanasis Antetokounmpo to a 10-day contract.

January 29: Orlando signed guard Keith Appling to a second 10-day contract.

January 29: Phoenix signed guard Jordan McRae to a 10-day contract.

January 26: Utah signed guard Erick Green to a 10-day contract.

January 24: Denver signed guard Sean Kilpatrick to a second 10-day contract.

January 23: Los Angeles Clippers signed forward Jeff Ayres to a 10-day contract.

January 22: Cleveland fired head coach David Blatt and named Tyronn Lue new head coach.

January 22: Los Angeles Clippers traded forward Josh Smith, the draft rights to forward Sergei Lishouk and cash considerations to Houston for the draft rights to forward Maarty Leunen.

January 21: Memphis signed center Ryan Hollins to a 10-day contract.

January 21: New Orleans signed guard Bryce Dejean-Jones to a 10-day contract.

January 19: Phoenix signed guard Lorenzo Brown to a second 10-day contract.

January 19: Denver signed general manager Tim Connelly and assistant general manager Arturas Karnisovas to contract extensions.

January 18: Orlando signed guard Keith Appling to a 10-day contract.

January 16: Utah signed forward JJ O’Brien.

January 12: Cleveland traded guard Joe Harris, a future second-round draft pick and cash considerations to Orlando for a future second-round draft pick.

January 12: Orlando waived guard Joe Harris.

January 12: Denver signed guard Sean Kilpatrick to a 10-day contract.

January 10: Brooklyn fired head coach Lionel Hollins, named Tony Brown interim head coach and reassigned general manager Billy King.

January 5: Utah waived guard Elijah Millsap.

January 8: Memphis signed guard Elliot Williams to a 10-day contract.

January 8: Phoenix signed guard Lorenzo Brown to a 10-day contract.

January 7: Memphis waived center Ryan Hollins.

January 7: Phoenix waived guard Bryce Cotton and forward Cory Jefferson.

January 5: Utah waived guard Elijah Millsap.

January 4: Philadelphia signed forward Elton Brand and waived forward Christian Wood.

December 29: Memphis signed center Ryan Hollins and waived guard Russ Smith.

December 24: Philadelphia traded two second-round picks to New Orleans for guard Ishmael Smith and waived Tony Wroten.

December 23: Washington waived center Ryan Hollins and signed guard Jarell Eddie.

December 19: Philadelphia named Mike D’Antoni associate head coach.

December 11: Philadelphia signed coach Brett Brown to a contract extension.

December 7: Philadelphia named Jerry Colangelo chairman of basketball operations and a special advisor.

December 4: Philadelphia waived Phil Pressey.

December 2: Charlotte signed head coach Steve Clifford to a contract extension.

November 30: Washington waived forward Martell Webster and signed center Ryan Hollins.

November 25: Phoenix signed guard Bryce Cotton.

November 19: New Orleans waived guard Jimmer Fredette.

November 18: Houston fired head coach Kevin McHale and named JB Bickerstaff interim head coach and Chris Finch associate head coach.

November 10: Miami traded guard Mario Chalmers and forward  James Ennis to Memphis for guard Beno Udrih and forward Jarnell Stokes.

November 10: New Orleans signed guard Jimmer Fredette.

November 8: Houston waived forward Chuck Hayes.

November 5: Dallas signed coach Rick Carlisle to a contract extension.

November 5: Denver waived guard Nick Johnson and signed forward Kostas Papanikolaou.

November 4: Philadelphia signed guard Phil Pressey.

November 2: Charlotte signed Jeremy Lamb to a contract extension and exercised the contract option on forward Cody Zeller through 2016-17.

November 2: Toronto signed forward Terrence Ross to a contract extension.


November 1: Houston signed forward Chuck Hayes.

October 30: Boston exercised the contract options on guard Marcus Smart, forward James Young and center Kelly Olynyk.

October 30: Chicago exercised the contract options on forwards Tony Snell and Doug McDermott.

October 30: New Orleans signed guard Toney Douglas.

October 30: Philadelphia exercised the contract option on guard Nik Stauskas and centers Nerlens Noel and Joel Embiid.

October 29: New Orleans waived guard Nate Robinson.


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October 27: Atlanta exercised the contract options on guards Dennis Schroeder and Tim Hardaway Jr. through 2016-17.

October 27: Los Angeles Clippers exercised the contract option on guard CJ Wilcox through 2016-17.

October 27: Memphis exercised the contract option on guard Jordan Adams through 2016-17.

October 26: Brooklyn waived guard Dahntay Jones and forward Justin Harper.

October 26: Dallas waived forward Maurice Ndour.

October 26: Detroit waived forward Danny Granger.

October 26: Indiana waived guard Toney Douglas.

October 26: Los Angeles Lakers waived forward Jabari Brown.

October 26: Memphis waived center Ryan Hollins.

October 26: Milwaukee exercised the contract options on guards Michael Carter-Williams and Tyler Ennis and forwards Jabari Parker and Giannis Anteokounmpo through 2016-17.

October 26: New Orleans signed guard Ishmael Smith.

October 26: Philadelphia waived guards Jordan McRae, Scottie Wilbekin, Pierre Jackson and JP Tokoto and forward Furkan Aldemir.

October 26: Phoenix exercised the contract options on guard Archie Goodwin, forward TJ Warren and center Alex Len through 2016-17.

October 26: Utah waived guards Eric Atkins and Phil Pressey.

October 26: Washington waived guard Ishmael Smith.

October 25: Detroit exercised the contract option on guards Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and Reggie Bullock through 2016-17 and waived guard Ryan Boatright.

October 25: Orlando exercised the contract options on guards Shabazz Napier, Victor Oladipo and Elfryd Payton and forward Aaron Gordon  through the 2016-17 season.

October 25: Utah signed guards Phil Pressey and Eric Atkins.

October 24: Atlanta waived forward DeQuan Jones and center Earl Barron.

October 24: Boston waived guard Corey Walden and forward Perry Jones.

October 24: Cleveland waived guard Quinn Cook.

October 24: Dallas waived guard Tu Holloway, forwards Brandon Ashley and Jamil Wilson and center Samuel Dalembert.

October 24: Denver waived guard Devin Sweetney and forward Oleksiy Pecherov.

October 24: Houston waived forward Arsalan Kazemi and center Joshua Smith.

October 24: Indiana waived forwards CJ Fair and Kadeem Jack.

October 24: Los Angeles Clippers waived forward Chuck Hayes.

October 24: Memphis waived guard Lazeric Jones and forwards Sampson Carter, Yakhouba Diawara and Alex Stepheson.

October 24: Miami waived guards Tre Kelley, John Lucas and Briante Walker, forward Greg Whittington and center Keith Benson.

October 24: Minnesota waived guards Lorenzo Brown and Nick Wiggins and center Kleon Penn.

October 24: New Orleans waived guards Bo McCalebb and Bryce Dejean-Jones and forward Jeff Adrien.

October 24: Oklahoma City waived guard Mustapha Farrakhan and center Michael Cobbins.

October 24: Phoenix waived center Henry Sims.

October 24: San Antonio waived guard Reggie Williams and forward Julian Washburn.

October 24: Toronto waived guards Shannon Scott and Axel Toupane and forwards Michale Kyser and Ronald Roberts.

October 24: Washington waived guards Jaron Johnson and Toure Murry and centers Josh Harrellson and Jaleel Roberts.

October 23: Charlotte waived guards Elliot Williams and Damien Wilkins, forward Sam Thompson and center Jason Washburn.

October 23: Cleveland waived guard Dionte Christmas and forwards Jack Cooley, Austin Daye and DJ Stephens.

October 23: Detroit signed guard Ryan Boatright and waived forwards Cartier Martin and Adonis Thomas and center Jordan Bachynski.

October 23: Golden State waived guards Chris Babb and Xavier Henry and forwards Chris Udofia and Jarell Eddie.

October 23: Houston waived guards Will Cummings and Denzel Livingston and forwards Chris Walker and Jeremy Tyler.

October 23: Los Angeles Lakers waived forward Jonathan Holmes.

October 23: New Orleans waived guard Sean Kilpatrick and forward Chris Douglas-Roberts.

October 23: New York waived guards Travis Trice and Wesley Saunders and forwards Thanasis Antetokounmpo, DaJuan Summers and Darion Atkins.

October 23: Oklahoma City exercised the contract option on guard Andre Roberson, forward Mitch McGary and center Steven Adams through 2016-17.

October 23: Orlando waived center Nnanna Egwu.

October 23: Portland waived guard Phil Pressey and forward Omari Johnson.

October 22: Atlanta waived guard Terran Petteway.

October 22: Dallas waived forward Jarrid Famous.

October 22: Chicago waived guards Jordan Crawford and Marcus Simmons.

October 22: Cleveland re-signed forward Tristan Thompson and waived forward Nick Minnerath.


October 22: Oklahoma City signed guard Mustapha Farrakhan and forward Michael Cobbins and waived guards Michael Qualls, Julyan Stone and Dez Wells and forward Talib Zanna.

October 22: Orlando waived center Greg Stiemsma.

October 22: San Antonio signed forward Julian Washburn.

October 22: Utah waived guard David Stockton and forward EJ Singler.

October 21: Orlando waived forward Melvin Ejim.

October 21: Minnesota exercised the contract options on guards Zach LaVine and Shabazz Muhammad, forwards Andrew Wiggins and Adreian Payne and center Gorgui Dieng through 2016-17.

October 21: Milwaukee waived guard Jorge Gutierrez and forwards Marcus Landry and Josh Powell.

October 21: San Antonio waived guards Jimmer Fredette and Keifer Sykes, forward Deshaun Thomas and center Youssou Ndoye.

October 21: Utah signed forward EJ Singler.

October 20: Boston waived guard Levi Randolph and forwards Coty Clarke and Malcolm Miller.

October 20: Brooklyn waived guard Ryan Boatright, forward Quincy Miller and center Chris Daniels.

October 20: Los Angeles Lakers waived guard Michael Frazier and center Robert Upshaw.

October 20: Utah waived guards Bryce Cotton and Treveon Graham.

October 19: Golden State signed guard Xavier Henry and forward Chris Udofia.

October 19: Orlando waived guards Keith Appling and Jordan Sibert.

October 19: Miami signed guard Briante Weber and waived Corey Hawkins.

October 17: Utah exercised the contract options on guards Dante Exum and Trey Burke, forward Rodney Hood and center Rudy Gobert through 2016-17.

October 17: Cleveland signed forward Jack Cooley and waived center Chris Johnson.

October 16: Charlotte signed guard Damien Wilkins.

October 16: New Orleans signed guard Nate Robinson and waived centers Jerome Jordan and Mirza Begic.

October 15: Golden State waived guard Juwan Staten.

October 15: Sacramento waived guard Marshall Henderson and forward Vince Hunter.

October 15: Denver waived guard Matt Janning.

October 15: Los Angeles Lakers exercised the contract option on forward Julius Randle through 2016-17.


October 15: New Orleans waived guard Corey Webster and signed guard Bo McCalebb.

October 15: Phoenix waived guard Terrico White and forward Kyle Casey.

October 15: Utah waived center Grant Jerrett.

October 14: Golden State waived guard Ben Gordon.

October 14: New Orleans signed center Mirza Begic.

October 13: Chicago waived guards Jake Anderson and Stefhon Hannah.

October 13: Utah waived forwards Jack Cooley and JJ O’Brien.

October 12: Golden State waived forward Tony Mitchell.

October 12: Houston claimed forward Arsalan Kazemi off waivers.

October 11: Denver exercised the contract options on guard Gary Harris and center Jusuf Nurkic through 2016-17.

October 11: New Orleans signed center Jerome Jordan.

October 10: Atlanta waived guard Edgar Sosa and forward Arsalan Kazemi.

October 10: Cleveland signed guard Dionte Christmas and waived center Michael Dunigan.

October 7: Memphis waived center Michael Holyfield and signed forward Alex Stepheson.

October 6: Memphis signed forward Sampson Carter.

October 6: Phoenix waived guard Deonte Burton.

October 5: Indiana signed forward Kadeem Jack.

October 5: Milwaukee waived guard Charlie Westbrook and forward Jon Horford.

October 5: Detroit waived forward Eric Griffin.

October 5: Memphis waived guard Daniel Nwaelele.

October 3: Sacramento exercised the contract option on guard Ben McLemore through 2016-17.

October 3: Milwaukee signed forward John Henson sto a contract extension.

October 2: Los Angeles Clippers waived center Nikoloz Tskitishvili.

October 1: Chicago signed guard Stefhon Hannah.

September 30: Denver signed forward Mike Miller.

September 30: Portland exercised the contract options on guard CJ McCollum and forwards Mason Plumlee and Noah Vonleh through 2016-17.

September 30: Washington exercised the contract options on forward Otto Porter through 2016-17.

September 29: Toronto exercised the contract options on forwards Bruno Caboclo and Lucas Nogueira through 2016-17.

September 28: Memphis signed guards Lazeric Jones and Daniel Nwaelele, forward Yakhouba Diawara and centers Michael Holyfield and Ryan Hollins.

September 28: San Antonio signed forward Rasual Butler.

September 28: Milwaukee named Rod Thorn special consultant.

September 28: Miami signed guards John Lucas and Tre Kelley.

September 28: Golden State signed guard Ben Gordon.

September 28: Chicago signed guards Jordan Crawford, Marcus Simmons and Jake Anderson.

September 28: Cleveland signed guards Quinn Cook, DJ Stephens and Jared Cunningham, forwards Austin Daye and Nick Minnerath and centers Michael Dunigan and Chris Johnson.

September 28: Portland waived forward Mike Miller.

September 28: Detroit signed forward Eric Griffin and center Jordan Bachynski.

September 28: Houston signed forward Jeremy Tyler.

September 27: Philadelphia waived forward Gerald Wallace and signed guards TJ McConnell, Jordan McRae and JP Tokoto and forward Christian Wood.

September 27: Toronto signed forward Anthony Bennett.

September 25: Atlanta waived guard Jason Richardson.

September 25: Denver waived forward Kostas Papanikolaou.

September 25: Atlanta signed forward DeQuan Jones and center Earl Barron.

September 25: Boston signed guards Levi Randolph and Corey Walden and forwards Coty Clarke and Malcolm Miller.

September 25: Golden State signed guards Ian Clark and Juwan Staten and forwards Tony Mitchell and Jarell Eddie.

September 25: Golden State named Steve Nash player development consultant.

September 25: Los Angeles Clippers signed forward Luc Mbah a Moute and center Nikoloz Tskitishvili.

September 25: Oklahoma City signed guards Julyan Stone and Dez Wells and forward Talib Zanna.

September 25: Portland signed forward Omari Johnson.

September 25: Washington signed guards Jaron Johnson, Toure Murry and Ish Smith and centers Josh Harrellson and Jaleel Roberts.

September 24: Memphis waived guard Patrick Christopher.

September 24: Minnesota waived forward Anthony Bennett and named Calvin Booth to director of player personnel and Kaayla Chones to player program director.

September 24: Orlando signed guards Keith Appling and Jordan Sibert and centers Nnanna Egwu and Greg Stiemsma.

September 24: Los Angeles Lakers signed forward Metta World Peace.

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September 23: Brooklyn signed center Chris Daniels.

September 23: New Orleans signed guards Chris Douglas-Roberts and Corey Webster and forward Jeff Adrien.

September 22: Houston signed guards Will Cummings and Denzel Livingston, forward Chris Walker and center Joshua Smith.

September 22: New York signed guard Travis Trice and forward DaJuan Summers.

September 22: Portland named Jim Moran assistant coach.

September 22: San Antonio named Jacque Vaughn pro scout.

September 18: Houston signed forward Montrezl Harrell and center Joshua Smith.

September 18: Milwaukee signed guard Charlie Westbrook and forwards Jon Horford and Josh Powell.

September 18: Minnesota signed guard Nick Wiggins and center Kleon Penn.

September 17: New Orleans re-signed guard Norris Cole.

September 16: Phoenix signed guards Deonte Burton and Terrico White, forwards Cory Jefferson and Kyle Casey and center Henry Sims.

September 15: Charlotte signed forward Sam Thompson and center Jason Washburn.

September 14: Memphis signed guard Patrick Christopher.

September 14: Los Angeles Lakers signed center Robert Upshaw.

September 14: Milwaukee signed general manager John Hammond to a contract extension.

September 10: Brooklyn signed guard Dahntay Jones.

September 10: New Orleans signed guard Sean Kilpatrick.

September 9: Sacramento signed center Eric Moreland.

September 9: Los Angeles Lakers signed guard Marcelo Huertas.


September 9: Philadelphia signed guard Kendall Marshall.

September 9: Cleveland signed center Sasha Kaun.

September 3: Miami signed forward Greg Whittington.

September 2: Cleveland re-signed guard JR Smith.

August 31: Los Angeles Clippers signed forward Chuck Hayes.

August 31: Sacramento named Vlade Divac president of basketball operations and general manager and Predrag Stojakovic director of player personnel and development.

August 28: Utah signed forward JJ O’Brien.

August 25: Charlotte signed forward Michael Kidd-Gilchrist to a contract extension.

August 25: Miami signed center Keith Benson.

August 25: Los Angeles Lakers signed guard Michael Frazier.

August 24: Utah signed center Jeff Withey.

August 24: Houston re-signed guard Jason Terry.

August 24: Guard Jeffery Taylor signed with Real Madrid (Spain).

August 22: Miami signed guard Corey Hawkins.

August 22: Toronto signed guard Shannon Scott.

August 20: Minnesota signed forward Tayshaun Prince.

August 20: Toronto signed center Jonas Valanciunas to a contract extension.

August 20: New Orleans signed guard Bryce Dejean-Jones.

August 19: Atlanta signed guard Jason Richardson.

August 18: Denver waived forward Joey Dorsey.

August 18: Utah signed guard Treveon Graham.

August 18Forward Dorell Wright signed with Chongqing Flying Dragons (China).

August 17: Milwaukee signed forward Marcus Landry.

August 13: Dallas signed forward JaVale McGee.

August 13: Los Angeles Lakers signed forward Jonathan Holmes.

August 11: Indiana signed guard Toney Douglas.

August 10: Boston waived guard Zoran Dragic.


August 10: Brooklyn signed guard Donald Sloan and waived forward Earl Clark.

August 7 : New York signed guard Sasha Vujacic and forward Thanasis Antetokounmpo.

August 7: Denver signed re-signed guards Will Barton and Jameer Nelson and forward Darrell Arthur.

August 6: Dallas signed center Samuel Dalembert.

August 6 : New York signed forward Kevin Seraphin.

August 5: Cleveland signed forward Richard Jefferson.

August 4: Dallas re-signed forward Charlie Villanueva.

August 4: Orlando signed forward Melvin Ejim.

August 4: Toronto named Teresa Resch vice president of basketball operations and player development and Dan Tolzman director of player personnel.

August 4: Denver signed forward Danilo Gallinari to a contract extension.

August 3: Los Angeles Clippers signed guard Pablo Prigioni.

August 3: Minnesota signed guard Andre Miller.

August 3: Miami signed guard Josh Richardson.

August 1: Dallas signed guard Justin Anderson.

August 1: Los Angeles Clippers waived forward Jordan Hamilton.

July 31: Golden State traded forward Gerald Wallace and draft and cash considerations to Philadelphia for forward Jason Thompson.

July 31: New Orleans waived guard Toney Douglas.

July 31: Dallas signed forward Jeremy Evans.

July 31: Philadelphia signed forward Richaun Holmes.

July 31: Forward Robbie Hummel signed with Olimpia Milano (Italy).

July 30: Dallas signed center Salah Mejri.

July 30: Oklahoma City signed forward Josh Huestis.

July 30: New York waived guard Ricky Ledo and signed guard Jerian Grant and center Kristaps Porzingis.

July 30: Portland waived center Brendan Haywood.

July 29: Toronto named Rex Kalamian, Andy Greer and Jerry Stackhouse assistant coaches.

July 29: Sacramento waived center Eric Moreland.

July 29: New York re-signed forward Louis Amundson.

July 29: Milwaukee signed forward Chris Copeland.

July 28: Charlotte signed guard Elliot Williams.

July 28: Denver signed center Nikola Jokic.

July 28: New Orleans signed center Kendrick Perkins.

July 28: Forward Ekpe Udoh signed with Fenerbahce Ulker (Turkey).

July 27: Boston signed guards RJ Hunter and Terry Rozier and forward Jae Crowder.

July 27: Cleveland re-signed guard Matthew Dellavedova.

July 27: Cleveland traded guard Mike Miller, center Brendan Haywood and two future second-round picks to Portland for cash considerations.

July 27: Dallas signed forwards Jamil Wilson and Brandon Ashley.

July 27: Golden State traded forward David Lee to Boston for forward Gerald Wallace and guard Chris Babb.

July 27: Indiana re-signed forward Lavoy Allen and center Shayne Whittington and signed forwards Glenn Robinson III and Rakeem Christmas.

July 27: Miami waived guard Henry Walker.

July 27: Miami traded guard Zoran Dragic, a future second-round pick and cash considerations to Boston for a conditional future second-round pick.

July 27: Orlando traded a conditional 2016 second-round pick to Miami for guard Shabazz Napier and cash considerations.

July 27: Center Ognjen Kuzmic signed with Panathinaikos (Greece).

July 26: Center Justin Hamilton signed with Valencia Basket (Spain).

July 25: Cleveland re-signed forward James Jones.

July 25: Denver signed guard Emmanuel Mudiay.

July 24: Dallas signed guard John Jenkins and forward Jarrid Famous.

July 24: Houston signed guard Marcus Thornton.

July 24: Philadelphia signed guard Scottie Wilbekin.

July 24: Portland signed guard Phil Pressey and forward Cliff Alexander.

July 23: Atlanta signed guards Edgar Sosa, Lamar Patterson and Terran Petteway and forward Arsalan Kazemi.

July 23: Dallas signed forward Maurice Ndour.

July 23: Detroit signed forward Adonis Thomas.

July 23: Cleveland traded the draft rights for forward Rakeem Christmas to Indiana for a 2019 second-round pick.

July 23: Sacramento signed forward Caron Butler.

July 23: Toronto signed guard Axel Toupane and forward Michale Kyser.

July 22: Sacramento signed guard Seth Curry and forwards Quincy Acy and Duje Dukan.

July 22: San Antonio signed guards Jimmer Fredette and Jonathon Simmons.

July 22: Charlotte signed forward Tyler Hansbrough.

July 22: Detroit signed forward Stanley Johnson.

July 21: Houston re-signed guard KJ McDaniels.

July 21: Indiana re-signed guard Rodney Stuckey.

July 21: Toronto signed forward Ronald Roberts.

July 20: Boston signed forward Jordan Mickey.

July 20: Houston traded guards Pablo Prigioni and Nick Johnson, forwards Joey Dorsey and Kostas Papanikolaou, a protected 2016 first-round pick and cash considerations to Denver for guard Ty Lawson and a 2017 second-round pick.

July 20: Denver waived guard Pablo Prigioni.

July 20: Detroit re-signed guard Reggie Jackson and cente Joel Anthony and signed guard Darrun Hilliard.

July 20: New Orleans re-signed forward Luke Babbitt.

July 20: San Antonio re-signed guard Manu Ginobili.

July 17: Brooklyn signed forward Andrea Bargnani.

July 17: Milwaukee signed guard Rashad Vaughn.

July 17: Phoenix re-signed guard Brandon Knight, signed guards Ronnie Price and Sonny Weems and forward Mirza Teletovic and waived guard Jerel McNeal.

July 17: San Antonio signed forward David West and center Boban Marjanovic.

July 17: Toronto signed center Bismack Biyombo.

July 16: Los Angeles Clippers signed forward Josh Smith.


July 16: New Orleans signed guard Alonzo Gee.

July 16: Sacramento signed guard James Anderson and center Willie Cauley-Stein.

July 16: San Antonio re-signed forward Kawhi Leonard.

July 16: Guard Alexey Shved signed with Khimki Moscow (Russia).

July 15: Los Angeles Clippers waived guard Lester Hudson and signed forward Brandon Dawson.

July 15: San Antonio signed forward Matt Bonner.

July 15: Toronto signed guard Norman Powell.

July 15: Guard Nick Calathes signed with Panathinaikos (Greece).

July 14: Charlotte signed guard Aaron Harrison.

July 14: Dallas signed guard Deron Williams and forward Jeremy Evans.

July 14: Houston re-signed forward Corey Brewer.

July 14: Minnesota signed forward Nemanja Bjelica.

July 14: Indiana signed guards Monta Ellis and Joe Young and forward Jordan Hill.

July 14: Oklahoma City traded forward Perry Jones, a 2019 second round draft pick and cash considerations to Boston for a trade exception and a protected 2018 second round draft pick.

July 14: Orlando re-signed forward Tobias Harris, signed center Jason Smith and traded forward Moe Harkless for Portland for a conditional future second round draft pick.

July 14: Philadelphia signed guard Pierre Jackson.

July 14: San Antonio re-signed guard Danny Green.

July 14: Utah signed center Tibor Pleiss.

July 14: Sacramento re-signed forward Omri Casspi.

July 13: Brooklyn waived forward Cory Jefferson.

July 13: Detroit traded forward Quincy Miller to Brooklyn for guard Steve Blake.

July 13: Golden State re-signed guard Leandro Barbosa.

July 13: Indiana signed forward Myles Turner.

July 13: Los Angeles Clippers re-signed guard Austin Rivers and signed center Cole Aldrich.

July 13: Phoenix signed guard Devin Booker.

July 13: Sacramento signed guards Rajon Rondo and Marco Belinelli and center Kosta Koufos.

July 13: Forward Gigi Datome signed with Fenerbahce (Turkey).

July 10: Washington signed guard Alan Anderson.

July 13: Memphis re-signed center Marc Gasol.

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July 12: Minnesota traded forward Chase Budinger to Indiana for forward Damjan Rudez.

July 12: Chicago signed forward Cristiano Felicio.

July 12: Detroit signed center Aron Baynes.

July 12: Denver waived guard Jamaal Franklin.

July 12: Oklahoma City matched the offer sheet tendered by Portland to center Enes Kanter.

July 12: Center Joel Freeland signed with CSKA Moscow (Russia).

July 11: Brooklyn waived guard Deron Williams.

July 11: Denver signed guard Wilson Chandler to a contract extension.

July 11: Portland signed guard Luis Montero.

July 10: Cleveland re-signed forward LeBron James and signed guard Maurice Williams.

July 10: Los Angeles Lakers signed guard D’Angelo Russell and forward Larry Nance Jr.

July 10: Memphis signed forward Jarell Martin.

July 10: Miami re-signed guard Dwyane Wade and signed forward Amare Stoudamire.

July 10: Minnesota re-signed forward Kevin Garnett.

July 10: New York re-signed forward Lance Thomas.

July 10: Oklahoma City signed guard Cameron Payne.

July 10: Orlando signed guard Mario Hezonja.

July 10: Philadelphia traded the rights to forward Luka Mitrovic and center Arturas Gudaitis to Sacramento for guard Nik Stauskas, forwards Carl Landry and Jason Thompson, a future first-round pick and the rights to swap first round picks in 2016 and 2017.

July 10: Utah re-signed forward Joe Ingles.

July 10: Washington re-signed forward Drew Gooden.

July 10: Los Angeles Clippers signed forward Paul Pierce.

July 9: Atlanta re-signed forward Paul Millsap, signed guard Justin Holiday and center Walter Tavares and waived forward Austin Daye.

July 9: Atlanta traded the draft rights to forward Georgios Printezis and a future second-round pick to San Antonio for center Tiago Splitter.

July 9: Boston re-signed forward Jonas Jerebko and signed forward Amir Johnson.

July 9: Brooklyn re-signed forward Thaddeus Young and center Brook Lopez.

July 9: Brooklyn signed guards Shane Larkin and Wayne Ellington and forwards Thomas Robinson and Willie Reed.

July 9: Charlotte signed guard Jeremy Lin.

July 9: Chicago re-signed guards Jimmy Butler and Aaron Brooks and forward Mike Dunleavy Jr.

July 9: Cleveland re-signed guard Iman Shumpert and forward Kevin Love.

July 9: Dallas signed guard Wesley Matthews, re-signed guard Jose Juan Barea and traded a future second-round pick to Milwaukee for center Zaza Pachulia.

July 9: Golden State re-signed forward Draymond Green.

July 9: Houston re-signed guard Patrick Beverley.

July 9: Los Angeles Clippers re-signed center DeAndre Jordan and signed forward Wesley Johnson.

July 9: Los Angeles Lakers signed guard Louis Williams and forwards Brandon Bass and Anthony Brown.

July 9: Los Angeles Lakers traded a future second-round pick to Indiana for center Roy Hibbert.

July 9: Memphis signed forward Brandan Wright.

July 9: Miami re-signed guard Goran Dragic and signed guard Gerald Green.

July 9: Milwaukee re-signed guard Khris Middleton and signed forward Greg Monroe.

July 9: New Orleans re-signed forward Dante Cunningham and centers Alexis Ajinca and Omer Asik.

July 9: New Orleans signed forward Anthony Davis to a contract extension.

July 9: New York signed guard Arron Afflalo, forward Derrick Williams and center Robin Lopez.

July 9: New York traded the right to exchange 2019 second-round draft picks and cash considerations to Orlando for forward Kyle O’Quinn.

July 9: Oklahoma City re-signed forward Kyle Singler.

July 9: Orlando signed guard CJ Watson.

July 9: Phoenix traded guard Reggie Bullock and forwards Marcus Morris and Danny Granger to Detroit for a 2020 second-round draft pick.

July 9: Phoenix signed center Tyson Chandler.

July 9: Portland signed center Enes Kanter to an offer sheet and signed guard Pat Connaughton.

July 9: Sacramento traded guard Ray McCallum to San Antonio for a 2016 second-round pick.

July 9: San Antonio signed forward LaMarcus Aldridge and re-signed center Tim Duncan.

July 9: Toronto signed guard Cory Joseph and forward DeMarre Carroll and waived guard Luke Ridnour.

July 9: Utah signed guard Raul Neto and exercised the contract option on forward Trevor Booker.

July 9: Washington signed guard Gary Neal and forward Kelly Oubre and traded a protected future second-round pick to Milwaukee for forward Jared Dudley.

July 9: Portland signed guard Damian Lillard to a contract extension and signed forwards Ed Davis and Al-Farouq Aminu.

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July 7: Chicago signed forward Bobby Portis and named Randy Brown and Charlie Henry assistant coaches.

July 7: Golden State signed forward Kevon Looney.

July 7: Houston signed forward Sam Dekker.

July 7: Minnesota signed guard Tyus Jones and forward Karl-Anthony Towns.

July 7: Philadelphia signed center Jahlil Okafor.

July 7: Utah signed forward Trey Lyles.

July 6: Brooklyn signed forward Rondae Hollis-Jefferson.

July 3: Brooklyn signed guard Ryan Boatright.

July 3: Miami signed guard Justise Winslow.

July 2: Charlotte named Bruce Kreutzer assistant coach.

July 2: Charlotte signed center Frank Kaminsky.

July 1: Brooklyn signed forward Chris McCullough.

July 1: Utah named Igor Kokoskov assistant coach and Andrae Patterson player personnel/player programs coordinator.

June 30: Atlanta named Mike Budenholzer president of basketball operations and Wes Wilcox general manager.

June 30: Milwaukee waived forwards Caron Butler and Shawne Williams.

June 30: Toronto traded the draft rights to forward Tomislav Zubcic to Oklahoma City for guard Luke Ridnour and cash considerations.

June 30: Center Pero Antic signed with Fenerbahce Ulker (Turkey).

June 30: Oklahoma City named Monty Williams, Maurice Cheeks and Anthony Grant assistant coaches.

June 29: Brooklyn waived guard Darius Morris.

June 29: Golden State exercised the contract option on forward Marreese Speights through 2015-16.

June 29: Orlando waived guard Ben Gordon.

June 25: Brooklyn traded forward Mason Plumlee and the draft rights to guard Pat Connaughton to Portland for guard Steve Blake and the draft rights to forward Rondae Hollis-Jefferson.

June 25: Charlotte traded the draft rights to forward Juan Vaulet to Brooklyn for a 2018 second-round pick, a 2019 second-round pick and cash considerations.

June 25: Cleveland traded the draft rights to guard Tyus Jones to Minnesota for the draft rights to forwards Cedi Osman and Rakeem Christmas and a 2019 second-round pick.

June 25: New Orleans traded the draft rights to forward Branden Dawson to Los Angeles Clippers for cash considerations.

June 25: New York traded guard Tim Hardaway Jr. to Atlanta for the draft rights to guard Jerian Grant from Washington, who traded two-future second-round picks to Atlanta for the draft rights to forward Kelly Oubre.

June 25: New York traded two future second-round picks to Philadelphia for the draft rights to forward Willy Hernangomez.

June 25: Phoenix traded to the draft rights to guard Andrew Harrison to Memphis for forward Jon Leuer.

June 25: Toronto traded guard Greivis Vasquez to Milwaukee for the draft rights to guard Norman Powell and a protected 2017 first-round pick.

June 25: Utah traded the draft rights to forward Dani Diez to Portland for cash considerations.

June 25: Oklahoma City traded guard Jeremy Lamb to Charlotte for guard Luke Ridnour and a conditional 2016 second-round.

June 25: Memphis traded guard Luke Ridnour to Charlotte for guard Matt Barnes.

June 24: Houston exercised the contract option on forward Kostas Papanikolaou through 2015-16.

June 24: Portland traded forward Nicolas Batum to Charlotte for guard Gerald Henderson and forward Noah Vonleh.

June 24: Memphis traded the draft rights to forward Janis Timma to Orlando for guard Luke Ridnour.

June 23: Cleveland exercised the contract option on center Timofey Mozgov through 2015-16.

June 22: Atlanta fired general manager Danny Ferry.

June 15: Los Angeles Clippers traded guard Matt Barnes and center Spencer Hawes to Charlotte for guard Lance Stephenson.


June 15: Denver named Michael Malone head coach.

June 12: Denver named Pete D’Alessandro senior vice president of business and team operations.

June 11: Milwaukee traded forward Ersan Ilyasova to Detroit for forwards Caron Buter and Shawne Williams.

June 2: Chicago named Fred Hoiberg head coach.

June 1: New Orleans named Alvin Gentry head coach.

May 29: Orlando named Scott Skiles head coach.

May 28: Chicago fired head coach Tom Thibodeau.

May 12: New Orleans fired head coach Monty Williams.


April 30: Oklahoma City named Billy Donovan head coach.

April 30: Orlando signed general manager Rob Hennigan to a contract extension.

April 22: Oklahoma City fired head coach Scott Brooks.

Thank you Scotty!

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