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 guard Marcus Georges-Hunt.
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 forward 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 Jr.
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: 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 center 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.