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Tuesday, May 12

New Orleans fired head coach Monty Williams.

Thursday, April 30

Oklahoma City named Billy Donovan head coach.

Orlando general manager Rob Hennigan to a contract extension.

Wednesday, April 22

Oklahoma City fired head coach Scott Brooks.

Monday, April 13

Los Angeles Lakers signed guard Vander Blue for the remainder of the season.

Sunday, April 12

Denver signed guard Jamaal Franklin.

Sacramento signed guard David Stockton through 2015-16.

Saturday, April 11

Los Angeles Clippers signed guard Lester Hudson to a multi-year contract.

Phoenix signed guard Jerel McNeal through next season.

Wednesday, April 8

Denver signed forward Shavlik Randolph.

New York signed guard Ricky Ledo for the remainder of the season.

Tuesday, April 7

Milwaukee signed guard Jorge Gutierrez to a multi-year contract.

Minnesota signed forward Arinze Onuaku to a 10-day contract.

Monday, April 6

Boston signed guard Chris Babb and waived forward Shavlik Randolph.

Brooklyn signed forward Earl Clark to a multi-year contract.

Washington signed guard Will Bynum for the rest of the season.

Saturday, April 4

Atlanta signed forward Austin Daye to a multi-year contract.

Friday, April 3

Los Angeles Lakers signed guard Dwight Buycks to a 10-day contract.

Thursday, April 2

Sacramento signed center Sim Bhullar to a 10-day contract.

Wednesday, April 1

Los Angeles Lakers waived guard Steve Nash and signed guard Jabari Brown to a multi-year contract.

Phoenix signed guard Jerel McNeal to a 10-day contract.

Tuesday, March 31

Portland signed guard Tim Frazier for the remainder of the season.

Sunday, March 29

New York signed guard Ricky Ledo to a second 10-day contract.

Los Angeles Clippers signed guard Lester Hudson to a 10-day contract.

Saturday, March 28

Denver signed guard Ian Clark.

Friday, March 27

Brooklyn signed forward Earl Clark to a 10-day contract.

Milwaukee signed forward Chris Johnson to a multi-year contract.

Utah signed forward Jack Cooley to a multi-year contract and waived guard Ian Clark.

Washington signed guard Will Bynum to a 10-day contract and waived guard Toure Murry.

Wednesday, March 25

Atlanta signed forward Austin Daye to a second 10-day contract.

Tuesday, March 24

New Orleans signed guard Toney Douglas for the remainder of the season.

Sacramento signed forward David Wear to a 10-day contract.

Monday, March 23

Washington signed guard Toure Murry to a second 10-day contract.

Saturday, March 21

Los Angeles Lakers signed guard Jabari Brown to a second 10-day contract.

Phoenix signed guard AJ Price to a 10-day contract.

Friday, March 20

Los Angeles Clippers signed forward Jordan Hamilton for the remainder of the season.

Thursday, March 19

Minnesota signed guard Sean Kilpatrick to a 10-day contract.

New York signed guard Ricky Ledo to a 10-day contract.

Wednesday, March 18

Miami signed forward Michael Beasley for the remainder of the season.

Monday, March 16

Milwaukee signed guard Chris Johnson to a second 10-day contract.

Utah signed guard Bryce Cotton to a multi-year contract.

Utah signed forward Jack Cooley to a second 10-day contract.

Sunday, March 15

Atlanta signed forward Austin Daye to a 10-day contract.

Saturday, March 14

New Orleans signed guard Elliot Williams to a second 10-day contract.

Friday, March 13

Miami signed guard Henry Walker for the remainder of the season.

Phoenix signed center Earl Barron for the remainder of the season.

Thursday, March 12

Washington signed guard Toure Murry to a 10-day contract.

Wednesday, March 11

Detroit signed forward Quincy Miller for the remainder of the season.

Phoenix signed guard Seth Curry to a 10-day contract.

Tuesday, March 10

Los Angeles Lakers signed guard Jabari Brown to a 10-day contract.

Sunday, March 8

Miami signed forward Michael Beasley to a second 10-day contract.

Saturday, March 7

LA Clippers signed guard Nate Robinson to a 10-day contract.

Philadelphia signed forward Glenn Robinson III.

Friday, March 6

Los Angeles Clippers signed forward Jordan Hamilton to a second 10-day contract.

Milwaukee signed guard Chris Johnson to a 10-day contract.

Minnesota waived forward Glenn Robinson III and signed center Justin Hamilton.

Utah signed guard Bryce Cotton to a second 10-day contract and forward Jerrelle Benimon to a 10-day contract.

Thursday, March 5

Atlanta signed guard Jarell Eddie to a 10-day contract.

Wednesday, March 4

New Orleans signed guard Elliot Williams to a 10-day contract.

Tuesday, March 3

Denver fired head coach Brian Shaw and named Melvin Hunt interim head coach for the remainder of the season.

Utah signed guard Elliot Williams to a second 10-day contract.

Dallas signed forward Bernard James for the remainder of the season.

Memphis signed forward JaMychal Green to a multi-year contract.

Miami signed guard Henry Walker to a second 10-day contract.

New Orleans waived center Justin Hamilton.

Detroit signed forward Quincy Miller to a second 10-day contract.

Sacramento named Vlade Divac vice president of basketball operations.

Monday, March 2

Philadelphia waived center JaVale McGee.

Thursday, February 26

Miami signed forward Michael Beasley to a 10-day contract.

Wednesday, February 25

Detroit signed forward Shawne Williams.

Detroit signed guard John Lucas for the remainder of the season.

Philadelphia signed forward Thomas Robinson and waived guard Tim Frazier.

Tuesday, February 24

Cleveland signed center Kendrick Perkins.

Los Angeles Clippers signed forward Jordan Hamilton to a 10-day contract.

Utah signed guard Bryce Cotton and forward Jack Cooley to 10-day contracts.

Sunday, February 22

New Orleans waived forward Shawne Williams.

Denver waived forwards Thomas Robinson and Victor Claver.

Philadelphia waived forward Malcolm Thomas and signed guard Ishmael Smith.

Saturday, February 21

Dallas signed forward Bernard James to a second 10-day contract.

Detroit signed forward Quincy Miller to a 10-day contract.

Miami signed forward Henry Walker to a 10-day contract.

Milwaukee waived forward Larry Sanders.

Philadelphia waived forward Andrei Kirilenko.

Phoenix signed center Earl Barron to a 10-day contract.

Utah waived center Kendrick Perkins.

Friday, February 20

Philadelphia signed guard Tim Frazier to a second 10-day contract.

Sacramento signed guard David Stockton to a 10-day contract.

Thursday, February 19

Denver traded guard Arron Afflalo and forward Alonzo Gee to Portland for guard Will Barton, forwards Victor Claver and forward Thomas Robinson and a lottery-protected 2016 first-round pick.

Denver traded center JaVale McGee, a protected 2015 first-round pick and the draft rights to forward Chukwudiebere Maduabum to Philadelphia for the rights to guard Cenk Akyol and cash considerations.

Denver signed forward Joffrey Lauvergne.

Detroit traded forwards Jonas Jerebko and Gigi Datome to Boston for forward Tayshaun Prince and a trade exception.

Golden State signed forward James McAdoo for the remainder of the season.

Memphis signed forward JaMychal Green to a second 10-day contract.

Minnesota traded forward Thaddeus Young to Brooklyn for forward Kevin Garnett.

Minnesota signed Lorenzo Brown for the remainder of the season.

Milwaukee traded guards Brandon Knight and Kendall Marshall to Phoenix for guard Tyler Ennis and forward Miles Plumlee and guard Michael Carter-Williams from Philadelphia, who acquired a protected 2015 first-round pick.

Milwaukee waived forward Kenyon Martin.

New Orleans traded a 2016 protected second-round pick to Oklahoma City for guard Ishmael Smith, a 2015 protected second-round pick, the draft rights to forward Latavious Williams and cash considerations.

New Orleans waived guards Ishmael Smith and Toney Douglas.

New York traded guard Pablo Prigioni to Houston for guard Alexey Shved and second-round picks in 2017 and 2019.

Oklahoma City traded forward Grant Jerrett, center Kendrick Perkins, the draft rights to center Tibor Pleiss and a protected 2017 first-round pick to Utah and guard Reggie Jackson to Detroit for guard DJ Augustin and forward Kyle Singler from Detroit and center Enes Kanter, forward Steve Novak and a 2019 unprotected second-round pick from Utah, who acquired a 2017 second-round pick from Detroit.

Philadelphia traded guard KJ McDaniels to Houston for guard Isaiah Canaan and a 2015 second-round pick.

Phoenix traded guards Goran Dragic and Zoran Dragic to Miami for forward Danny Granger, two future first round picks and John Salmons from New Orleans, who acquired guard Norris Cole, forward Shawne Williams and center Justin Hamilton from Miami.

Phoenix traded guard Isaiah Thomas to Boston for guard Marcus Thornton and a 2016 first-round pick.

Phoenix waived guards John Salmons and Kendall Marshall.

San Antonio signed guard Reggie Williams for the remainder of the season.

Washington traded guard Andre Miller to Sacramento for guard Ramon Sessions.

Wednesday, February 18

Dallas waived guard Ricky Ledo and signed forward Amare Stoudemire.

New Orleans signed guard Toney Douglas to a second 10-day contract.

Monday, February 16

New York waived forward Amare Stoudemire.

Thursday, February 12

Sacramento named George Karl head coach and named Tyrone Corbin advisor to the front office.

Detroit signed guard John Lucas to a second 10-day contract.

Wednesday, February 11

Dallas signed forward Bernard James to a 10-day contract.

Tuesday, February 10

Atlanta traded forward Adreian Payne to Minnesota for a protected future first-round pick.

Minnesota traded guards Mo Williams and Troy Daniels to Charlotte for guard Gary Neal and a second-round pick.

Sunday, February 8

San Antonio signed guard Reggie Williams to a second 10-day contract.

Milwaukee signed guard Jorge Gutierrez to a second 10-day contract.

Miami signed guard Tyler Johnson for the remainder of the season.

Friday, February 6

Minnesota signed guard Lorenzo Brown to a second 10-day contract.

Thursday, February 5

Orlando fired head coach Jacque Vaughn and named James Borrego interim head coach.

Philadelphia signed guard Tim Frazier to a 10-day contract.

Wednesday, February 4

New Orleans signed guard Toney Douglas to a 10-day contract.

Tuesday, February 3

Los Angeles Clippers signed guard Dahntay Jones for the remainder of the season.

Oklahoma City signed forward Nick Collison to a contract extension.

Monday, February 2

Boston signed guard Andre Dawkins to a second 10-day contract.

Detroit signed guard John Lucas to a 10-day contract.

Golden State signed forward James McAdoo to a second 10-day contract.

Memphis signed forward JaMychal Green to a 10-day contract.

Saturday, January 31

New York signed forward Lance Thomas for the remainder of the season.

Tuesday, January 30

New York signed forward Louis Amundson for the remainder of the season.

Sacramento signed forward Quincy Miller to a second 10-day contract.

Thursday, January 29

Miami signed guard Tyler Johnson to a second 10-day contract.

Milwaukee signed forward Kenyon Martin for the remainder of the season.

Minnesota signed guard Lorenzo Brown to a 10-day contract.

Wednesday, January 28

Milwaukee signed guard Jorge Gutierrez to a 10-day contract.

New York signed guard Langston Galloway for the remainder of the season.

San Antonio signed guard Reggie Williams to a 10-day contract.

Utah signed guard Chris Johnson to a 10-day contract.

Monday, January 26

Philadelphia signed guard Larry Drew to a second 10-day contract.

Saturday, January 24

New Orleans signed guard Nate Wolters to a second 10-day contract.

Los Angeles Clippers signed guard Dahntay Jones to a second 10-day contract.

Friday, January 23

Boston signed guard Andre Dawkins to a 10-day contract.

Thursday, January 22

Memphis signed forward Tyrus Thomas to a 10-day contract.

Wednesday, January 21

New York signed forward Lance Thomas to a second 10-day contract.

Tuesday, January 20

New York signed forward Louis Amundson to a second 10-day contract.

Monday, January 19

Golden State signed forward James McAdoo to a 10-day contract.

Milwaukee signed forward Kenyon Martin to a second 10-day contract.

Minnesota signed center Miroslav Raduljica to a second 10-day contract.

Sunday, January 18

Boston waived forward Chris Douglas-Roberts.

New York signed guard Langston Galloway to a second 10-day contract.

Sacramento signed forward Quincy Miller to a 10-day contract.

San Antonio waived forward Austin Daye and signed forward JaMychal Green to a 10-day contract.

Utah signed guard Elliot Williams to a second 10-day contract.

Friday, January 16

Los Angeles Clippers waived guard Jordan Farmar.

Philadelphia signed guard Larry Drew to a 10-day contract.

Thursday, January 15

Memphis traded forward Chris Douglas-Roberts and a 2017 second-round pick to Boston and forward Reggie Bullock to Phoenix for guard Austin Rivers from Boston, who acquired forward Shavlik Randolph.

Utah signed guard Elijah Millsap to a second 10-day contract.

Wednesday, January 14

Boston waived guard Nate Robinson.

Los Angeles Clippers signed guard Dahntay Jones to a 10-day contract.

New Orleans signed guard Nate Wolters to a 10-day contract.

Tuesday, January 13

Boston traded guard Jameer Nelson to Denver for guard Nate Robinson.

Monday, January 12

Memphis traded forward Tayshaun Prince and a protected future first-round pick to Boston and forward Quincy Pondexter and a 2015 second-round pick to New Orleans for a trade exception and forward Jeff Green from Boston and guard Russ Smith from New Orleans, who traded guard Austin Rivers to Boston.

Miami signed guard Tyler Johnson to a 10-day contract.

Saturday, January 10

New York signed forwards Louis Amundson and Lance Thomas to a 10-day contract.

Friday, January 9

Milwaukee signed forward Kenyon Martin to a 10-day contract and waived guard Nate Wolters.

Phoenix traded a future conditional first-round pick and a trade exception to Boston for forward Brandan Wright.

Phoenix waived forward Tony Mitchell.

Thursday, January 8

Minnesota signed center Miroslav Raduljica to a 10-day contract.

Portland signed general manager Neil Olshey to a contract extension.

Wednesday, January 7

Cleveland waived guard AJ Price.

Denver traded center Timofey Mozgov and a 2015 second-round pick to Cleveland for two protected 2015 first-round picks.

Los Angeles Clippers traded guard Jared Cunningham, the drafts rights to guard Cenk Akyol and cash to Philadelphia for the draft rights to forward Sergei Lishouk.

Minnesota waived forward Jeff Adrien.

New York signed guard Langston Galloway to a 10-day contract and waived forwards Louis Amundson and Lance Thomas and center Alex Kirk.

Philadelphia waived guard Jared Cunningham.

Utah signed guard Elliot Williams to a 10-day contract.

Washington waived guard Glen Rice Jr.

Tuesday, January 6

Miami waived guard Andre Dawkins.

Utah waived guard Patrick Christopher.

Monday, January 5

New York traded guards Iman Shumpert and JR Smith to Cleveland for forward Louis Amundson, center Alex Kirk and a 2019 second-round pick from Cleveland and forward Lance Thomas from Oklahoma City, who traded a 2015 protected first-round pick to Cleveland and acquired guard Dion Waiters.

New York waived center Samuel Dalembert.

Brooklyn waived forward Brandon Davies.

Utah signed guard Elijah Millsap to a 10-day contract.

Sunday, January 4

Utah waived guard Toure Murry.

Sunday, December 28

LA Lakers waived guard Xavier Henry and claimed forward Tarik Black off waivers.

Friday, December 26

Houston waived forward Tarik Black and signed forward Josh Smith.

Wednesday, December 24

Phoenix traded forward Anthony Tolliver to Detroit for forward Tony Mitchell.

Tuesday, December 23

Philadelphia waived forward Ronny Turiaf and signed forward Malcolm Thomas.

Monday, December 22

Detroit waived forward Josh Smith.

Friday, December 19

Houston traded guard Troy Daniels, two protected second-round picks and cash to Minnesota and the draft rights to forward Sergei Lishouk and a second-round pick to Philadelphia for guard Alexey Shved from Philadelphia and forward Corey Brewer from Minnesota, who traded forward Ronny Turiaf from Philadelphia.

Houston waived guard Francisco Garcia.

New Orleans waived guard Gal Mekel.

Thuesday, December 18

Dallas traded guard Jameer Nelson, forwards Jae Crowder and Brandan Wright, a conditional first-round pick, a 2016 second-round pick and a $12.9 million trade exception to Boston for Rajon Rondo and forward Dwight Powell.

Boston waived center Vitor Faverani.

Monday, December 15

Philadelphia signed forward Furkan Aldemir and waived forward Ronald Roberts.

Sacramento fired head coach Michael Malone and named Tyrone Corbin interim head coach.

Friday, December 12

Philadelphia signed forward Ronald Roberts and waived guard Jorge Gutierrez.

Thursday, December 11

Brooklyn traded forward Andrei Kirilenko, guard Jorge Gutierrez, a second-round draft pick in 2020 and the right to swap second-round picks in 2018 to Philadelphia for forward Brandon Davies.

Brooklyn signed guard Darius Morris.

Philadelphia waived guard Malcolm Lee.

Wednesday, December 10

Utah signed guard Patrick Christopher.

Friday, December 5

New Orleans signed guard Gal Mekel.

Philadelphia signed guard Malcolm Lee and waived forward Drew Gordon.

Thursday, December 4

New Orleans signed forward Dante Cunningham.

Sunday, November 30

Cleveland signed guard AJ Price and waived guard Will Cherry.

New Orleans waived forwards Darius Miller and Patrick Young.

Saturday, November 29

Minnesota signed forward Jeff Adrien.

Friday, November 28

Indiana waived guard AJ Price.

Wednesday, November 26

Oklahoma City waived guard Sebastian Telfair.

Monday, November 24

Miami signed center Hassan Whiteside and waived guard Shannon Brown.

Thursday, November 20

Memphis waived guard Kalin Lucas and center Hassan Whiteside.

Wednesday, November 19

Memphis re-signed guard Kalin Lucas and center Hassan Whiteside.

Sacramento signed forward Rudy Gay to a contract extension.

Saturday, November 15

Philadelphia waived forward Christapher Johnson and signed forward Robert Covington.

Tuesday, November 11

Golden State waived guard Nemanja Nedovic.

Monday, November 10

Philadelphia waived forward Malcolm Thomas and signed center Drew Gordon.

Sunday, November 9

Memphis waived guard Kalin Lucas.

Friday, November 7

Oklahoma City signed guard Ishmael Smith.

Thursday, November 6

Indiana signed guard AJ Price.

Los Angeles Clippers named Gillian Zucker president of business operations.

Utah waived forward Jordan Hamilton.

Tuesday, November 4

Memphis signed guard Kalin Lucas.

Sunday, November 2

Cleveland waived guard AJ Price and signed guard Will Cherry.

Friday, October 31

Cleveland signed forward Anderson Varejao to a contract extension.

Golden State signed guard Klay Thompson to a contract extension.

Minnesota signed guard Ricky Rubio to a contract extension.

Utah signed guard Alec Burks to a contract extension.

Thursday, October 30

Atlanta exercised the contract option on guard Dennis Schroeder through 2015-16.

Charlotte signed guard Kemba Walker to a contract extension.

Golden State exercised the contract options on forwards Harrison Barnes and Festus Ezeli through 2015-16.

Houston exercised the contract options on forwards Terrence Jones and Donatas Motiejunas through 2015-16.

Los Angeles Clippers exercised the contract option on guard Reggie Bullock through 2015-16.

Philadelphia exercised the contract options on guards Michael Carter-Williams and Tony Wroten and forward Nerlens Noel through 2015-16.

Wednesday, October 29

Boston exercised the contract options on forward Jared Sullinger and center Tyler Zeller.

Charlotte exercised the contract options on forwards Michael Kidd-Gilchrist and Cody Zeller through 2015-16.

Dallas waived guard Gal Mekel and signed guard Jose Juan Barea.

Tuesday, October 28

New York exercised the contract option on guard Tim Hardaway Jr. through 2015-16.

Monday, October 27

Boston waived guards Will BynumTim FrazierJarell Eddie and Rodney McGruder and forwards Erik Murphy and Christian Watford.

Chicago exercised the contract option on guard Tony Snell through 2015-16.

Denver waived forward Quincy Miller.

Detroit waived center Aaron Gray.

Houston waived guard Ishmael Smith and forward Jeff Adrien.

Milwaukee waived center Michael Eric.

Minnesota waived guard Jose Juan Barea.

New York traded forward Travis Outlaw, a 2019 second-round pick and the option to exchange 2018 second-round picks to Philadelphia for forward Arnett Moultrie.

New York waived forward Arnett Moultrie.

Philadelphia waived guards Marquis Teague and Elliot Williams and forward Travis Outlaw and signed forward Malcolm Thomas.

Phoenix exercised the contract options on guard Archie Goodwin and centers Alex Len and Miles Plumlee.

Portland exercised the contract options on guard CJ McCollum and center Meyers Leonard through 2015-16.

Utah signed forwards Jordan Hamilton and Joe Ingles and waived forward Carrick Felix.

Saturday, October 25

Brooklyn waived guard Casper Ware.

Cleveland waived forward Shane Edwards and exercised the contract option on guard Dion Waiters through 2015-16.

Dallas signed forward Renaldo Balkman, then waived him and waived guard Doron Lamb, forward Ivan Johnson and center Bernard James.

Golden State waived guards Aaron Craft, Sean Kilpatrick and forwards James Michael McAdooJason Kapono and Mitchell Watt.

Houston signed guard Akeem Richmond, then waived him and waived guard Geron Johnson and forwards Earl Clark and Robert Covington.

Indiana waived forwards CJ FairArinze OnuakuChris Singleton and Adonis Thomas.

Los Angeles Clippers waived forward Joe Ingles.

Los Angeles Lakers waived guard Jabari Brown and forward Roscoe Smith.

Memphis waived guards Kalin Lucas and Patrick Christopher.

Miami waived guards Larry Drew and Tyler Johnson and forwards Khem Birch and Shawn Jones.

Minnesota waived guard Brady Heslip.

New York waived guard Langston Galloway and center Jordan Vandenberg.

Orlando exercised the contract options on guards Victor Oladipo and Evan Fournier and forwards Maurice Harkless and Andrew Nicholson through 2015-16.

Orlando waived guards Drew CrawfordPeyton Siva and Seth Curry and forward Kadeem Batts.

Philadelphia waived guard Malcolm Lee and forwards Drew Gordon and Ronald Roberts.

Phoenix waived center Earl Barron.

Portland waived guards Diante Garrett and Darius Morris.

Sacramento waived guard Trey Johnson.

San Antonio waived guards Fuquan Edwin and Robert Vaden and forward JaMychal Green.

Toronto waived guard Will Cherry and forward Jordan Hamilton.

Utah exercised the contract options on guard Trey Burke center Rudy Gobert through 2015-16 and waived guard Tre Bussey and forward Brock Motum.

Washington waived guards Xavier SilasJohn Lucas and forward Damion James.

Friday, October 24

Boston signed forward Jarrell Eddie.

Brooklyn exercised the contract option on forwards Sergey Karasev and Mason Plumlee through 2015-16 and traded guard Marquis Teague and a 2019 second-round pick to Philadelphia for guard Casper Ware.

Charlotte waived guard Justin Cobbs, forward Dallas Lauderdale and center Brian Qvale.

Detroit exercised the contract options on guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and center Andre Drummond.

Houston signed forward Earl Clark.

New Orleans exercised the contract option on forward Anthony Davis.

New York waived forward Orlando Sanchez and center Didier Ilunga-Mbenga.

Utah signed guard Tre Bussey.

Thursday, October 23

Brooklyn waived forward Willie Reed.

Houston waived forwards Akil Mitchell and Josh Powell and signed guard Geron Johnson.

New York signed Jordan Vanderberg.

Orlando signed center Nikola Vucevic to a contract extension.

San Antonio waived guard Bryce Cotton and forward Josh Davis.

Wednesday, October 22

Oklahoma City exercised the contract options on guard Jeremy Lamb, forwards Perry Jones and Andre Roberson and center Steven Adams through 2015-16.

Utah waived guard Dahntay Jones and forward Jack Cooley.

Tuesday, October 21

Atlanta waived guard Jarell Eddie and center Dexter Pittman.

Dallas waived guard Yuki Togashi and forward Eric Griffin.

Denver waived forwards Jerrelle Benimon and Marcus Williams.

Memphis waived forward Earl Clark and center Hassan Whiteside.

Washington signed guard John Lucas.

Monday, October 20

Detroit waived guards Lorenzo Brown and Josh Bostic, forward Brian Cook and center Hasheem Thabeet.

Golden State signed guard Sean Kilpatrick.

LA Lakers waived guard Keith Appling and center Jeremy Tyler.

Miami signed guard Larry Drew.

Minnesota waived center Kyrylo Fesenko.

Sunday, October 19

Cleveland waived guards Stephen Holt and Chris Crawford.

Minnesota exercised the contract options on forwards Anthony Bennett and Shabazz Muhammad and center Gorgui Dieng.

Sacramento exercised the contract option on guard Ben McLemore through 2015-16.

Saturday, October 18

Sacramento waived guard Deonte Burton, forward David Wear and center Sim Bhullar.

Friday, October 17

Detroit traded guard Will Bynum to Boston for center Joel Anthony.

Chicago waived guards Kim English and Ben Hansbrough and center Solomon Jones.

New Orleans waived guard Dionte Christmas.

Wednesday, October 15

Dallas signed guard Yuki Togashi.

uesday, October 14

Phoenix waived guards Joe Jackson and Casey Prather and forward Jamil Wilson.

Toronto exercised the contract options on forward Terrence Ross and center Jonas Valanciunas.

Washington exercised the contract options on guard Bradley Beal and forward Otto Porter.

Monday, October 13

Memphis waived guard Luke Hancock.

Miami waived guard Reggie Williams and center Chris Johnson.

Portland waived forward James Southerland.

San Antonio waived guard John Holland.

Forward Michael Beasley signed with Shanghai Sharks (China).

Friday, October 10

Utah waived guards Dee Bost and Kevin Murphy.

Thursday, October 9

Indiana exercised the contract option on forward Solomon Hill through 2015-16.

Memphis wavied forward Michael Beasley.

New Orleans waived center Vernon Macklin.

Wednesday, October 8

Denver signed forward Kenneth Faried to a contract extension.

Indiana signed head coach Frank Vogel to a contract extension.

New York signed center Didier Ilunga-Mbenga.

Milwaukee named Peter Feigin team president.

Tuesday, October 7

Philadelphia signed guard Malcolm Lee and forward Drew Gordon and waived guard Keith Bogans and center Jarvis Varnado.

Saturday, October 4

Golden State signed guard Jason Kapono.

Friday, October 3

Forward DJ White signed with Baskonia (Spain).

Washington waived guards David Stockton and Vander Blue.

Wednesday, October 1

Cleveland signed guard Stephen Holt.

New Orleans signed guard DJ Stephens.

Tuesday, September 30

Denver signed forwards Alonzo GeeJerrelle BenimonPops Mensah-Bonsu and Marcus Williams.

Philadelphia waived guard Pierre Jackson.

Monday, September 29

Atlanta signed guard Jarell Eddie and center Dexter Pittman.

Boston waived guard John Lucas and forward Malcolm Thomas and signed guards Evan Turner and Tim Frazier and forwards Rodney McGruder and Christian Watford.

LA Clippers signed guard Jared Cunningham and named Sam CassellLawrence Frank and Mike Woodson assistant coaches.

Orlando signed guards Drew CrawfordPeyton Siva and Seth Curry and forward Kadeem Batts.

Oklahoma City signed guard Michael Jenkins and forwards Richard SolomonLance Thomas and Talib Zanna.

Philadelphia signed guard KJ McDaniels and forwards Ronald Roberts and Jerami Grant.

Phoenix signed guard Zoran Dragic and signed forwards Markieff Morris and Marcus Morris to contract extensions.

Portland exercised the contract option on guard Damian Lillard through 2015-16.

Washington signed guards Vander Blue, Xavier Silas and David Stockton, forwards Rasual Butler and Damion James and center Daniel Orton.

Sunday, September 28

Charlotte signed forward Jason Maxiell.

Cleveland signed guard Chris Crawford and forward Shane Edwards.

Philadelphia claimed forward Chris Johnson off waivers.

Saturday, September 27

Cleveland traded guard Keith Bogans to Philadelphia for a protected 2018 second-round pick.

Friday, September 26

Boston waived guard Chris Babb and forwards Chris Johnson and Christian Watford.

Chicago signed guards Kim English and Ben Hansbrough and forward Solomon Jones.

Cleveland traded guard John Lucas, forwards Dwight PowellErik Murphy and Malcolm Thomas, 2016 and 2017 second-round picks and a trade exception to Boston for guard Keith Bogans and two future conditional second-round picks.

Houston signed forward Akil Mitchell.

Miami signed guard Chris Johnson.

Minnesota named Mike Penberthy shooting coach and Jason Hervey as scout.

New Orleans signed guard Dionte Christmas and forwards Kevin Jones and Vernon Macklin.

Phoenix signed guard Casey Prather and Joe Jackson, forward Jamil Wilson and center Earl Barron.

San Antonio re-signed forward Aron Baynes and signed guard John Holland and Josh Davis.

Thursday, September 25

Brooklyn signed forwards Willie Reed.

Boston waived forward Chris Johnson.

Detroit signed guards Lorenzo Brown and Josh Bostic, forward Brian Cook and center Hasheem Thabeet.

Memphis signed guards Patrick ChristopherLuke Hancock and Kalin Lucas and forwards Michael Beasley and Earl Clark.

Sacramento waived forward Alonzo Gee and signed guard Trey Johnson and forward David Wear.

Utah signed guard Dahntay Jones.

Wednesday, September 24

Los Angeles Lakers signed guard Ronnie Price.

Phoenix re-signed guard Eric Bledsoe.

Portland signed guards Diante Garrett and Darius Morris, and forward James Southerland.

Sacramento waived guard Scotty Hopson.

Tuesday, September 23

Atlanta signed guard Kent Bazemore and re-signed forward Elton Brand.

Chicago re-signed center Nazr Mohammed.

Dallas signed forward Charlie Villanueva.

Houston signed forward Kostas Papanikolaou.

Miami signed guard Andre Dawkins and forward Shawn Jones.

San Antonio named Sean Marks assistant general manager.

Center Gustavo Ayon signed with Real Madrid (Spain).

Center Josh Harrellson signed with Chongqing Flying Dragons (China).

Monday, September 22

Chicago re-signed center Nazr Mohammed.

Cleveland signed guard AJ Price.

Dallas signed guard Doron Lamb.

Los Angeles Lakers signed guard Wayne Ellington.

Charlotte signed guard Justin Cobbs, forward Dallas Lauderdale and center Brian Qvale.

Sacramento signed guard Ramon Sessions.

Utah signed guard Dahntay Jones.

Saturday, September 20

Forward Andray Blatche signed with Xinjiang Flying Tigers (China).

Friday, September 19

Center Miroslav Raduljica signed with Shandong Lions (China).

Thursday, September 18

Sacramento signed forward Omri Casspi and center Ryan Hollins.

Guard Jordan Crawford signed with Xinjiang Flying Tigers (China).

Wednesday, September 17

New York signed forward Orlando Sanchez.

Miami named Keith Smart and Chris Quinn assistant coaches.

Milwaukee signed forward Michael Eric.

Minnesota signed forward Glenn Robinson III.

Sacramento traded guard Jason Terry, a protected 2015 second-round pick and a 2016 second-round pick to Houston for guard Scotty Hopson and forward Alonzo Gee.

Tuesday, September 16

Chicago signed guard E'Twaun Moore.

Los Angeles Clippers signed forward Joe Ingles.

Philadelphia signed forward JaKarr Sampson.

Los Angeles Lakers named Paul PresseyJim Eyen and Mark Madsen assistant coaches.

Friday, September 12

Los Angeles Clippers re-signed forward Hidayet Turkoglu.

Thursday, September 11

Brooklyn signed center Jerome Jordan.

Wednesday, September 10

Golden State signed guard Leandro Barbosa.

Tuesday, September 9

Cleveland signed forward Shawn Marion.

New York signed guard Langston Galloway and forward Travis Wear.

Orlando named Jay Hernandez assistant coach/player development.

Monday, September 8

Detroit re-signed center Greg Monroe.

Golden State signed guard Justin Holiday.

Saturday, September 6

Sacramento waived forward Jeremy Tyler.

Friday, September 5

Washington named Howard Eisley assistant coach.

Indiana signed forwards CJ FairArinze OnuakuChris Singleton and Adonis Thomas.

Thursday, September 4

Toronto signed center Greg Stiemsma.

Wednesday, September 3

Los Angeles Clippers signed guard Chris Douglas-Roberts and forward Ekpe Udoh.

Dallas re-signed center Bernard James.

New York named Jim CleamonsRasheed Hazzard and Brian Keefe assistant coaches.

Tuesday, September 2

Golden State signed guard Aaron Craft and forwards James Michael McAdoo and Mitchell Watt.

Monday, September 1

Philadelphia waived center Hasheem Thabeet.

Sunday, August 31

Memphis waived guard Jamaal Franklin.

Sacramento waived guard Wayne Ellington.

Friday, August 29

Los Angeles Clippers waived guard Carlos Delfino and center Miroslav Raduljica.

Thursday, August 28

Utah signed guard Toure Murry.

Wednesday, August 27

Miami signed guard Shannon Brown.

San Antonio signed forward Josh Davis.

Tuesday, August 26

Atlanta re-signed forward Mike Scott.

New Orleans signed forward John Salmons.

Milwaukee traded guard Carlos Delfino, center Miroslav Raduljica and a 2015 second-round pick to Los Angeles Clippers for forward Jared Dudley and a 2017 protected first-round pick.

Philadelphia traded a trade exception and a 2015 protected second-round pick to Oklahoma City for center Hasheem Thabeet and cash considerations.

Monday, August 25

Utah signed forward Brock Motum.

Los Angeles Lakers signed guard Jordan Clarkson.

Saturday, August 23

Cleveland traded forwards Andrew Wiggins and Anthony Bennett to Minnesota for forward Kevin Love and traded a 2015 first round pick to Philadelphia, who traded forward Thaddeus Young to Minnesota for forward Luc Mbah a Moute and guard Alexey Shved.

Cleveland signed forward Dwight Powell.

Friday, August 22

Atlanta re-signed guard Shelvin Mack.

Houston re-signed guard Francisco Garcia.

Charlotte signed guard PJ Hairston.

Thursday, August 21

Utah signed guard Kevin Murphy.

Wednesday, August 20

Milwaukee signed forward Damien Inglis.

Tuesday, August 19

Guard Toney Douglas signed with Jiangsu Dragons (China).

Utah signed forward Jack Cooley.

Cleveland named Jim BoylanBret BrielmaierLarry Drew and James Posey assistant coaches.

Monday, August 18

Detroit signed forward Cartier Martin and center Aaron Gray.

Memphis signed forward Jarnell Stokes.

Toronto signed forward Jordan Hamilton.

Forward Anthony Randolph signed with Lokomotiv Kuban (Russia).

Friday, August 15

Utah signed guard Dee Bost.

Thursday, August 14

Sacramento signed center Sim Bhullar.

Tuesday, August 12

Miami signed guard Reggie Williams.

Sacramento signed guard Deonte Burton.

Monday, August 11

Cleveland signed center Alex Kirk.

Forward Al Harrington signed with Fujian Sturgeons (China).

Center BJ Mullens signed with Shanxi Brave Dragons (China).

Friday, August 8

Phoenix signed guard Tyler Ennis and forward TJ Warren.

Washington named Roy Rogers assistant coach.

Guard MarShon Brooks signed with Olimpia Milano (Italy).

Thursday, August 7

Detroit named Tim Hardaway and Malik Allen assistant coaches, Quentin Richardson director of player development and Jeff Nix assistant general manager.

Miami signed guard Tyler Johnson.

Wednesday, August 6

New York traded guard Wayne Ellington, forward Jeremy Tyler and a 2016 second-round draft pick to Sacramento for forwards Quincy Acy and Travis Outlaw.

San Antonio signed forward JaMychal Green.

Tuesday, August 5

San Antonio named Becky Hammon assistant coach.

Cleveland signed guard James Jones and forward Mike Miller.

Monday, August 4

Atlanta named Neven Spahija assistant coach.

Sunday, August 3

Toronto signed guard Will Cherry and center Lucas Nogueira.

Friday, August 1

Denver signed guard Erick Green and center Jusuf Nurkic.

Miami signed forward Shawne Williams.

New York signed forward Cleanthony Early.

San Antonio signed guard Tony Parker to a contract extension.

Thursday, July 31

Milwaukee signed guard Jerryd Bayless.

Wednesday, July 30

Brooklyn Paul Westphal, John Welch, Tony Brown, Joe Wolf and Jay Humphries assistant coaches and Jim Sann assistant coach/advance scout.

Golden State waived center Hilton Armstrong.

Miami re-signed forward Chris Bosh.

Milwaukee signed forward Johnny O'Bryant.

Minnesota signed guard Maurice Williams.

Sacramento signed forward Eric Moreland.

Washington waived forward Melin Ely.

Tuesday, July 29

Dallas signed forwards Al-Farouq Aminu and Ivan Johnson.

Memphis named Chris Wallace general manager and Ed Stefanski executive vice president of player personnel.

Monday, July 28

Los Angeles Lakers re-signed forward Wesley Johnson and named Byron Scott head coach.

Friday, July 25

Atlanta signed forward Adreian Payne.

Charlotte re-signed guard Jannero Pargo and signed forward Noah Vonleh.

Houston signed guard Nick Johnson and forward Clint Capela.

Los Angeles Lakers re-signed guard Xavier Henry.

New Orleans re-signed forward Darius Miller.

Orlando signed guard Luke Ridnour.

Thursday, July 24

Cleveland signed guard Joe Harris and forward Andrew Wiggins.

Dallas signed guard Jameer Nelson.

Los Angeles Lakers re-signed forward Jordan Hill.

New Orleans signed guard Jimmer Fredette and forward Patric Young.

Orlando signed guard Devyn Marble.

Philadelphia signed guard Pierre Jackson.

Phoenix waived guard Dionte Christmas.

Wednesday, July 23

Brooklyn signed guard Markel Brown and forward Cory Jefferson.

Cleveland traded guard Carrick Felix, a 2015 second-round draft pick and cash considerations to Utah for guard John Lucas III and forwards Malcolm Thomas and Erik Murphy.

Charlotte signed guard Brian Roberts.

Dallas voided the contract of forward Rashard Lewis.

Los Angeles Lakers signed forward Ed Davis.

Minnesota re-signed forward Robbie Hummel.

New Orleans waived forward Omri Casspi.

New York waived guard Shannon Brown.

Phoenix re-signed forward PJ Tucker.

Tuesday, July 22

Brooklyn signed forward Bojan Bogdanovic.

Chicago signed guard Aaron Brooks and forward Doug McDermott.

Golden State signed guard Brandon Rush.

Monday, July 21

Charlotte signed forward Marvin Willims.

Chicago signed guard Cameron Bairstow and re-signed guard Kirk Hinrich.

Dallas signed guard Richard Jefferson.

Indiana signed guard Rodney Stuckey.

Los Angeles Clippers re-signed forward Glen Davis.

Los Angeles Lakers re-signed guard Nick Young and forward Ryan Kelly.

Phoenix signed forward Anthony Tolliver.

San Antonio re-signed forward Matt Bonner.

Utah signed forward Trevor Booker.

Sunday, July 20

Milwaukee signed guard Kendall Marshall.

Saturday, July 19

Dallas signed forward Rashard Lewis.

Miami re-signed center Chris Andersen.

Toronto waived guards Dwight Buycks and Diante Garrett.

Washington traded a protected 2015 second-round pick to Boston for forward Kris Humphries.

Friday, July 18

Charlotte signed guard Lance Stephenson.

Chicago signed forwards Pau Gasol and Nikola Mirotic.

Dallas signed forward Eric Griffin.

Houston signed guard Ishmael Smith, forward Jeff Adrien and center Joey Dorsey.

Los Angeles Lakers waived guard Kendall Marshall.

Miami signed guard Shabazz Napier and re-signed forward Udonis Haslem.

New York signed center Jason Smith.

Washington re-signed forward Drew Gooden.

Thursday, July 17

Dallas re-signed guard Devin Harris.

Los Angeles Lakers signed forward Carlos Boozer.

Toronto signed forward James Johnson.

Washington signed forward Paul Pierce.

Wednesday, July 16

Oklahoma City re-signed guard Grant Jerrett and signed forward Anthony Morrow.

Washington traded the rights to forward Emir Preldzic and a 2009 second-round pick to Dallas for forward DeJuan Blair.

Tuesday, July 15

Atlanta traded the draft rights to center Sofoklis Schortsanitis and a trade exception to Oklahoma City for guard Thabo Sefolosha, the draft rights to forward Georgios Printezis and cash considerations.

Boston re-signed guard Avery Bradley.

Brooklyn re-signed guard Alan Anderson.

Chicago waived guards Mike James and Ronnie Brewer and forwards Louis Amundson and Carlos Boozer.

Dallas re-signed forward Dirk Nowitzki.

Detroit signed guard DJ Augustin and forward Caron Butler.

Houston traded forward Omri Casspi, center Omer Asik and cash considerations to New Orleans for forward Trevor Ariza from Washington and guard Scotty Hopson, forward Alonzo Gee and a protected first-round pick from New Orleans, who traded forward Melvin Ely to Washington.

Memphis re-signed guard Beno Udrih.

Miami re-signed guard Dwyane Wade and signed forwards Luol Deng and James Ennis.

Oklahoma City signed guard Sebastian Telfair.

Orlando waived forward Anthony Randolph.

Phoenix waived guard Ishmael Smith.

San Antonio named Ettore Messina assistant coach.

San Antonio re-signed forward Boris Diaw.

Toronto re-signed guard Greivis Vasquez.

Monday, July 14

Chicago traded two future second-round picks, cash considerations and forward Anthony Randolph to Orlando for the draft rights to forward Milovan Rakovic.

Chicago traded forward Greg Smith to Dallas for the draft rights to forward Tadija Dragicevic.

Detroit waived guard Peyton Siva and center Josh Harrellson and signed guard Jodie Meeks.

Houston re-signed guard Troy Daniels.

Miami re-signed guard Mario Chalmers and signed forward Danny Granger.

Orlando signed center Channing Frye.

Sunday, July 13

New York re-signed forward Carmelo Anthony.

Los Angeles Lakers signed forward Julius Randle traded the draft rights to center Sergei Lishchuk to Houston for guard Jeremy Lin, a future first-round pick and a 2015 second-round pick.

Sacramento named Tyrone Corbin assistant coach.

Saturday, July 12

Charlotte traded forward Dwight Powell and center Brendan Haywood to Cleveland for guard Scotty Hopson and cash considerations.

Cleveland signed forward LeBron James.

Phoenix traded the draft rights to forward Alex Oriakhi and a trade exception to Sacramento for guard Isaiah Thomas.

Sacramento signed guard Darren Collison.

San Antonio re-signed guard Patrick Mills and signed forward Kyle Anderson.

Toronto re-signed forward Patrick Patterson.

Utah matched the offer sheet tendered by Charlotte to forward Gordon Hayward.

Friday, July 11

Cleveland traded forward Alonzo Gee to New Orleans for future draft considerations.

Indiana signed forwards Damjan Rudez and CJ Miles and re-signed center LaVoy Allen.

Los Angeles Clippers signed guard CJ Wilcox.

Memphis signed guard Vince Carter.

New York signed waived forward Lamar Odom and re-signed center Cole Aldrich.

Utah signed guard Dante Exum and forward Rodney Hood.

Thursday, July 10

Atlanta waived guard John Salmons.

Boston signed guards Marcus Smart and James Young.

Charlotte signed guard Gordon Hayward to an offer sheet.

Cleveland signed guard Kyrie Irving to a contract extension and traded a future first-round pick and center Tyler Zeller to Boston and guard Jarrett Jack and forward Sergey Karasev to Brooklyn for a future conditional second-round pick from Boston and the draft rights to forward Ilkan Karaman and center Edin Bavcic from Brooklyn, who traded guard Marcus Thornton to Boston.

Dallas signed forward Chandler Parsons to an offer sheet.

Golden State signed guard Shaun Livingston.

Los Angeles Clippers signed guard Jordan Farmar and center Spencer Hawes.

Charlotte named Chad Buchanan assistant general manager.

Orlando signed guard Ben Gordon.

Portland signed guard Steve Blake and center Chris Kaman.

Toronto re-signed guard Kyle Lowry.

Utah traded guard Diante Garrett to Toronto for forward Steve Novak and a 2017 second-round pick.

Washington re-signed center Marcin Gortat.

Wednesday, July 9

Denver signed guard Gary Harris.

Milwaukee signed forward Jabari Parker.

San Antonio signed head coach Gregg Popovich to a contract extension.

Guard Nando De Colo signed with CSKA Moscow (Russia).

Monday, July 7

Detroit named Brian Wright assistant general manager.

Memphis signed guard Jordan Adams and signed forward Zach Randolph to a contract extension.

Minnesota signed guard Zach LaVine.

New York named Kurt Rambis associate head coach.

San Antonio signed guard Bryce Cotton.

Toronto waived guard Julyan Stone.

Sacramento signed guard Nik Stauskas.

Saturday, July 5

Oklahoma City signed center Mitch McGary and named Darko Rajakovic assistant coach.

Friday, July 4

Orlando waived forward guard Jason Maxiell.

Thursday, July 3

Golden State named Alvin Gentry associate head coach, Ron Adams and Luke Walton assistant coaches and Jarron Collins and Bruce Fraser player development coaches.

Portland named Joe Cronin director of player personnel.

Wednesday, July 2

Orlando signed guard Elfrid Payton and forward Aaron Gordon and waived guard Ronnie Price.

Indiana signed center Shayne Whittington.

Brooklyn named Lionel Hollins head coach.

Tuesday, July 1

Milwaukee named Jason Kidd head coach.

Monday, June 30

Atlanta tendered a qualifying offer to guard Shelvin Mack.

Boston tendered a qualifying offer to guard Avery Bradley.

Detroit tendered a qualifying offer to center Greg Monroe.

Milwaukee fired head coach Larry Drew.

Minnesota named Ryan Saunders assistant coach.

Orlando waived guards Jameer Nelson and Doron Lamb and signed guard Willie Green.

Philadelphia waived guard James Anderson.

San Antonio tendered a qualiying offer to forward Aron Baynes.

Toronto traded guard John Salmons to Atlanta for guard Louis Williams and the draft rights to forward Lucas Nogueira and exercised the contract option on forward Tyler Hansbrough.

Sunday, June 29

Sacramento waived forward Willie Reed.

LA Lakers tendered a qualifying offer to foward Ryan Kelly.

Saturday, June 28

Toronto tendered qualifying offers to guards Nando De Colo and Greivis Vasquez and forward Patrick Patterson.

Friday, June 27

Phoenix tendered qualifying offers to guard Eric Bledsoe and forward PJ Tucker.

Thursday, June 26

Milwaukee traded the draft rights to guard Lamar Patterson to Atlanta for a 2015 second-round pick.

Denver traded the draft rights to forward Doug McDermott and forward Anthony Randolph to Chicago for the draft rights to guard Gary Harris and center Jusuf Nurkic.

Philadelphia traded the draft rights to guard Elfrid Payton to Orlando for the draft rights to forward Dario Saric, a second-round pick in 2015 and a first-round pick in 2017.

Miami traded the draft rights to guards PJ Hairston and Semaj Christon, a 2019 second-round pick and cash to Charlotte for guard Shabazz Napier.

Charlotte traded the draft rights to guard Semaj Christon to Oklahoma City for cash considerations.

Utah traded the draft rights to forward Jarnell Stokes to Memphis for a 2015 second-round pick.

Washington traded the draft rights to guard Jordan Clarkson to Los Angeles Lakers for cash considerations.

Orlando traded guard Arron Afflalo to Denver for guard Evan Fournier and the draft rights to forward Devyn Marble.

Indiana traded the draft rights to center Louis Labeyrie to New York for cash considerations.

Philadelphia traded the draft rights to guard Nemanja Dangubic to San Antonio for the draft rights to guard Jordan McRae and forward Cory Jefferson.

Brooklyn traded cash considerations to Minnesota, Toronto and Philadelphia for the draft rights to guards Markel Brown and Xavier Thames and forward Cory Jefferson.

Wednesday, June 25

New York traded guard Raymond Felton and center Tyson Chandler to Dallas for guards Jose CalderonShane Larkin and Wayne Ellington, center Samuel Dalembert and two second-round picks.

Utah tendered a qualifying offer to forward Gordon Hayward.

Friday, June 20

Cleveland named David Blatt head coach.

Wednesday, June 18

Charlotte named Steve Hetzel assistant coach.

Tuesday, June 17

Minnesota named Sam Mitchell assistant coach.

Los Angeles Clippers named Doc Rivers president of basketball operations.

Saturday, June 14

Miami signed forward Josh McRoberts.

Friday, June 13

Charlotte named Rich Cho president of basketball operations.

Tuesday, June 10

New York named Derek Fisher head coach.

Dallas exercised the contract option on forward Jae Crowder through 2014-15.

Friday, June 6

Minnesota named Flip Saunders head coach.

Utah named Quin Snyder head coach.

Tuesday, June 3

Detroit named Jeff Bower general manager.

Washington signed head coach Randy Wittman to a contract extension.

Tuesday, May 27

Memphis signed head coach Dave Joerger to a contract extension.

Monday, May 19

Golden State named Steve Kerr head coach.

Thursday, May 15

Portland signed head coach Terry Stotts to a contract extension.

Wednesday, May 14

Detroit named Stan Van Gundy head coach and president of basketball operations.

Monday, May 12

Cleveland fired head coach Mike Brown and named David Griffin general manager.

Friday, May 9

Los Angeles Clippers named Dick Parsons CEO.

Tuesday, May 6

Golden State fired head coach Mark Jackson.

Toronto signed head coach Dwane Casey to a contract extension.

Monday, April 21

New York fired head coach Mike Woodson and assistant coaches Jim ToddDarrell Walker and Herb Williams.

Utah fired head coach Tyrone Corbin.

Head coach Rick Adelman announced his retirement.

Wednesday, April 16

Houston signed forward Josh Powell and waived center Dexter Pittman.

Milwaukee signed forward Chris Wright for the remainder of the season.

New York signed forward Lamar Odom for the remainder of the season.

Monday, April 14

Chicago signed forward Greg Smith and waived forward Tornike Shengelia.

New Orleans waived center Greg Stiemsma and signed center Melvin Ely.

Philadelphia signed guard Casper Ware for the remainder of the season.

Sunday, April 13

San Antonio signed forward Damion James for the remainder of the season.

Friday, April 11

New Orleans signed forward James Southerland for the remainder of the season.

Thursday, April 10

Charlotte signed center DJ White for the remainder of the season.

Chicago signed guard Mike James and forward Louis Amundson for the remainder of the season.

Houston signed center Dexter Pittman and waived forward Greg Smith.

Sacramento signed guard Jared Cunningham for the remainder of the season.

Wednesday, April 9

Golden State signed center Hilton Armstrong for the remainder of the season.

Tuesday, April 8

Minnesota signed guard Othyus Jeffers for the remainder of the season.

Monday, April 7

Chicago signed guard Ronnie Brewer.

Los Angeles Lakers signed general manager Mitch Kupchak to a contract extension.

Oklahoma City signed forward Grant Jerrett for the rest of the season.

Philadelphia signed guard Adonis Thomas to a 10-day contract.

Saturday, April 5

Milwaukee signed forward Chris Wright to a second 10-day contract.

Utah claimed forward Erik Murphy off waivers and waived center Andris Biedrins.

Friday, April 4

Philadelphia signed guard Casper Ware to a second 10-day contract.

Thursday, April 3

Chicago waived forward Erik Murphy.

Minnesota waived guard AJ Price.

San Antonio signed forward Damion James to a 10-day contract.

Monday, March 31

Charlotte signed center DJ White to a second 10-day contract.

Cleveland signed guard Scotty Hopson.

Sacramento signed guard Jared Cunningham to a 10-day contract.

Sunday, March 30

Golden State signed center Hilton Armstrong to a second 10-day contract.

Friday, March 28

Brooklyn signed guard Jorge Gutierrez for the remainder of the season.

Oklahoma City signed guard Reggie Williams to a second 10-day contract.

Sacramento signed forward Willie Reed for the remainder of the season.

Thursday, March 27

Philadelphia signed forward James Nunnally to a second 10-day contract.

Wednesday, March 26

Milwaukee signed guard DJ Stephens to a 10-day contract.

Monday, March 24

Philadelphia signed guard Casper Ware to a 10-day contract.

Friday, March 21

Boston signed guard Chris Babb.

Charlotte signed center DJ White to a 10-day contract.

Cleveland signed guard Seth Curry to a 10-day contract.

Thursday, March 20

New York signed guard Shannon Brown for the remainder of the season.

Tuesday, March 18

New York named Phil Jackson president.

Sacramento signed forward Royce White to a second 10-day contract.

Washington signed forward Drew Gooden for the remainder of the season.

Monday, March 17

Brooklyn signed guard Jorge Gutierrez to a second 10-day contract.

Orlando signed center Dewayne Dedmon for the remainder of the season.

Sunday, March 16

Oklahoma City signed guard Mustafa Shakur to a 10-day contract.

Philadelphia waived guard Eric Maynor and signed forward James Nunnally to a 10-day contract.

Saturday, March 15

Brooklyn signed center Jason Collins for the remainder of the season.

Friday, March 14

Miami signed center Justin Hamilton and waived guard DeAndre Liggins.

Milwaukee signed forward Chris Wright to a 10-day contract.

Philadelphia signed guard Darius Jonhnson-Odom to a 10-day contract and waived guard Lorenzo Brown.

Wednesday, March 12

Chicago signed guard Jimmer Fredette for the remainder of the season.

Cleveland signed forward Shane Edwards to a 10-day contract.

Philadelphia signed forward Jarvis Varnado for the remainder of the season.

Monday, March 10

New York signed guard Shannon Brown and forward Earl Clark to second 10-day contracts.

Sunday, March 9

Boston signed guard Chris Babb to a second 10-day contract.

Saturday, March 8

Miami signed guard DeAndre Liggins to a second 10-day contract.

Sacramento signed guard Orlando Johnson to a second 10-day contract.

Washington signed forward Drew Gooden to a second 10-day contract.

Friday, March 7

Orlando signed guard Adonis Thomas and center Dewayne Dedmon to a second 10-day contract.

Thursday, March 6

Brooklyn signed guard Jorge Gutierrez to a 10-day contract.

Oklahoma City signed guard Reggie Williams to a 10-day contract.

Sacramento signed forward Royce White to a 10-day contract.

Wednesday, March 5

Brooklyn signed center Jason Collins to a second 10-day contract.

Tuesday, March 4

Cleveland signed forward Arinze Onuaku to a second 10-day contract.

Charlotte signed center Justin Hamilton to a 10-day contract.

Milwaukee signed forward Tony Mitchell to a 10-day contract.

Sunday, March 2

Charlotte waived guard Ben Gordon.

Chicago signed guard Jimmer Fredette.

Saturday, March 1

Oklahoma City signed forward Caron Butler for the remainder of the season.

Philadelphia signed forward Jarvis Varnado to a 10-day contract.

Phoenix signed center Shavlik Randolph for the remainder of the season and waived center Vyacheslav Kravtsov.

Friday, February 28

Los Angeles Clippers signed forward Danny Granger.

Boston signed guard Chris Babb to a 10-day contract.

Thursday, February 27

Memphis signed guard Beno Udrih.

Milwaukee waived forward Caron Butler.

Sacramento waived guard Jimmer Fredette.

Atlanta signed forward Mike Muscala and waived center Dexter Pittman.

New York signed guard Shannon Brown and forward Earl Clark to 10-day contracts.

Wednesday, February 26

Sacramento signed guard Orlando Johnson to a 10-day contract.

Washington signed forward Drew Gooden to a 10-day contract.

Philadelphia waived forward Danny Granger.

Tuesday, February 25

Miami signed guard DeAndre Liggins to a 10-day contract.

Orlando signed guard Adonis Thomas and center Dewayne Dedmon to a 10-day contract.

Monday, February 24

Los Angeles Clippers signed forward Glen Davis for the remainder of the season.

New York waived guard Beno Udrih and forward Metta World Peace.

Sunday, February 23

Brooklyn signed center Jason Collins to a 10-day contract.

Saturday, February 22

Atlanta waived guard Jared Cunningham and signed center Dexter Pittman to a 10-day contract.

Cleveland signed forward Arinze Onuaku to a 10-day contract.

Golden State signed center Hilton Armstrong to a 10-day contract.

Friday, February 21

Atlanta waived forward Antawn Jamison and signed guard Cartier Martin for the remainder of the season.

Orlando waived forward Glen Davis.

Houston waived guard Ronnie Brewer and signed guard Troy Daniels.

Thursday, February 20

Indiana traded forward Danny Granger and a future second-round pick to Philadelphia for guard Evan Turner and forward Lavoy Allen.

Atlanta traded the draft rights to guard Cenk Akyol to Los Angeles Clippers for forward Antawn Jamison.

Washington traded forward Jan Vesely to Denver for guard Andre Miller and guard Eric Maynor to Philadelphia, who acquired second-round picks from both Washington and Denver.

Denver traded forward Jordan Hamilton to Houston for guard Aaron Brooks.

Los Angeles Clippers traded center BJ Mullens and a 2018 second-round pick to Philadelphia for a protected 2014 second-round pick.

Miami traded guard Roger Mason to Sacramento for a conditional 2015 second-round pick.

Sacramento waived guard Roger Mason.

Charlotte traded guard Ramon Sessions and forward Jeff Adrien to Milwaukee for guards Gary Neal and Luke Ridnour.

Cleveland traded forward Earl Clark, center Henry Sims and two second-round picks to Philadelphia for center Spencer Hawes.

San Antonio traded guard Nando De Colo to Toronto for forward Austin Daye.

Indiana waived guard Orlando Johnson.

Philadelphia waived forward Earl Clark.

Wednesday, February 19

Los Angeles Lakers traded guard Steve Blake to Golden State for guards Kent Bazemore and MarShon Brooks.

Brooklyn traded guard Jason Terry and forward Reggie Evans to Sacramento for guard Marcus Thornton.

Tuesday, February 18

Chicago signed forward Jarvis Varnado to a 10-day contract.

Wednesday, February 12

San Antonio signed guard Shannon Brown to a second 10-day contract.

Tuesday, February 11

Atlanta signed guard Cartier Martin to a second 10-day contract.

Sunday, February 9

Detroit fired head coach Maurice Cheeks and named John Loyer interim head coach.

Friday, February 7

Boston signed forward Chris Johnson for the remainder of the season.

Thursday, February 6

Cleveland fired general manager Chris Grant and named David Griffin interim general manager.

Los Angeles Lakers signed forward Shawne Williams to a 10-day contract.

Tuesday, February 4

New Orleans signed forward Luke Babbitt.

Monday, February 3

Los Angeles Clippers signed guard Sasha Vujacic to a 10-day contract.

Sunday, February 2

Memphis signed guard Darius Morris to a 10-day contract.

Saturday, February 1

Atlanta signed guard Cartier Martin to a 10-day contract.

Indiana signed center Andrew Bynum for the remainder of the season.

San Antonio waived guard Othyus Jeffers and signed guard Shannon Brown to a 10-day contract.

Tuesday, January 28

Boston signed forward Chris Johnson to a second 10-day contract.

Phoenix signed guard Leandro Barbosa for the remainder of the season.

Sunday, January 26

Los Angeles Lakers signed guard Manny Harris to a second 10-day contract.

Saturday, January 25

Utah signed forward Malcolm Thomas.

Friday, January 24

Philadephia signed center Dewayne Dedmon to a second 10-day contract.

San Antonio signed forward Othyus Jeffers to a 10-day contract.

Thursday, January 23

New Orleans waived guard Tyshawn Taylor.

San Antonio waived forward Malcolm Thomas.

Wednesday, January 22

Atlanta signed forward James Nunnally to a second 10-day contract.

Boston signed guard Vander Blue to a 10-day contract.

Chicago signed guard Mike James to a 10-day contract.

Tuesday, January 21

Brooklyn traded forward Tornike Shengelia to Chicago for guard Marquis Teague.

Chicago signed forward Cartier Martin to a second 10-day contract.

New Orleans traded the draft rights to Edin Bavcic to Brooklyn for guard Tyshawn Taylor.

Saturday, January 18

Phoenix signed guard Leandro Barbosa to a second 10-day contract.

Friday, January 17

Boston signed forward Chris Johnson to a 10-day contract.

Thursday, January 16

Oklahoma City signed guard Royal Ivey to a 10-day contract.

Los Angeles Lakers signed guard Manny Harris to a 10-day contract.

Los Angeles Clippers signed forward Hidayet Turkoglu, signed guard Darius Morris to a second 10-day contract and waived guard Maalik Wayns.

Wednesday, January 15

Boston traded guards Jordan Crawford and Marshon Brooks to Golden State for center Joel Anthony, a conditional first-round pick, a second-round pick and cash consideration from Miami, who acquired guard Toney Douglas.

Tuesday, January 14

Philadephia signed center Dewayne Dedmon to a 10-day contract.

Saturday, January 11

Atlanta signed forward James Nunnally to a 10-day contract.

Friday, January 10

Chicago signed guard Cartier Martin to a 10-day contract.

Wednesday, January 8

Phoenix signed guard Leandro Barbosa to a 10-day contract.

LA Clippers signed guard Maalik Wayns to a 10-day contract.

Tuesday, January 7

Atlanta waived forward Cartier Martin.

Boston traded guard Courtney Lee and a 2016 second-round pick to Memphis for Jerryd Bayless from Memphis and Ryan Gomes from Oklahoma City, who acquired a conditional 2014 second-round pick and a conditional 2017 second-round pick from Memphis in exchange of cash considerations.

Boston waived forward Ryan Gomes.

Chicago waived center Andrew Bynum.

LA Clippers waived forward Stephen Jackson.

LA Lakers waived forward Shawne Williams.

Philadelphia waived center Daniel Orton.

Utah waived guard Mike Harris.

Monday, January 6

Chicago traded forward Luol Deng to Cleveland for center Andrew Bynum, a conditional first-round pick and second-round picks in 2015 and 2016.

LA Clippers signed guard Darius Morris to a 10-day contract.

Sacramento waived center Hamady Ndiaye.

Sunday, January 5

LA Clippers waived guard Maalik Wayns.

Memphis waived guard Seth Curry.

Saturday, January 4

Orlando waived center Solomon Jones.

Friday, January 3

Orlando waived forward Hidayet Turkoglu.

Wednesday, January 1

New Orleans waived forward Louis Amundson.

Tuesday, December 31

New York waived guard Chris Smith and signed center Jeremy Tyler.

Sunday, December 29

Golden State waived center Hilton Armstrong.

Tuesday, December 24

Memphis signed guard Seth Curry.

Friday, December 20

Los Angeles Lakers signed guard Kendall Marshall.

New Orleans signed center Alexis Ajinca.

Monday, December 16

Memphis signed forward James Johnson.

Chicago waived guard Mike James.

Friday, December 13

Chicago signed guard DJ Augustin.

New Orleans waived guard Josh Childress.

Wednesday, December 11

Charlotte signed guard Chris Douglas-Roberts and waived forward James Southerland.

Golden State signed center Hilton Armstrong.

Tuesday, December 10

Los Angeles Clippers signed forward Stephen Jackson.

Monday, December 9

Sacramento traded guard Greivis Vasquez and forwards John SalmonsPatrick Patterson and Chuck Hayes to Toronto for forwards Rudy Gay and Quincy Acy and center Aaron Gray.

Toronto waived guard DJ Augustin.

Thursday, December 5

Golden State waived center Dewayne Dedmon.

Friday, November 29

Los Angeles Lakers waived guard Elias Harris.

Tuesday, November 26

Minnesota traded forward Derrick Williams to Sacramento for forward Luc Richard Mbah a Moute.

Monday, November 25

LA Lakers signed guard Kobe Bryant to a contract extension.

Wednesday, November 20

Philadelphia signed guards Lorenzo Brown and Elliot Williams and waived guard Darius Morris and center Kwame Brown.

Monday, November 18

Golden State signed center Dewayne Dedmon.

Wednesday, November 13

Utah signed guard Diante Garrett.

Tuesday, November 12

New Orleans signed forwards Josh Childress and Louis Amundson and waived forwards Lance Thomas and Arinze Onuaku.

Utah waived guard Jamaal Tinsley.

Thursday, October 31

Boston exercised the contract option on forward Jared Sullinger through 2014-15.

Charlotte exercised the contract options on guard Kemba Walker, forward Michael Kidd-Gilchrist and center Bismack Biyombo through 2014-15.

Memphis signed forward Quincy Pondexter to a contract extension.

Atlanta exercised the contract option on guard John Jenkins through 2014-15.

Philadelphia exercised the contract option on guard Tony Wroten and forward Arnett Moultrie through 2014-15.

Washington exercised the contract option on guard Bradley Beal through 2014-15.

Wednesday, October 30

Chicago exercised the contract option on guard Marquis Teague and forward Jimmy Butler through 2014-15.

Denver exercised the contract options on guard Evan Fournier and forward Kenneth Faried through 2014-15.

Tuesday, October 29

Houston exercised the contract options on forwards Donatas Motiejunas and Terrence Jones through 2014-15.

Utah exercised the contract options on guard Alec Burks and center Enes Kanter through 2014-15.

Monday, October 28

Philadelphia signed forward Brandon Davies.

New York exercised the contract option on guard Iman Shumpert through 2014-15.

San Antonio exercised the contract options on guard Cory Joseph and forward Kawhi Leonard through 2014-15.

Houston waived guard Reggie Williams and center Marcus Camby.

Washington waived guards Shannon BrownMalcolm Lee and Kendall Marshall.

Saturday, October 26

Atlanta waived forward Eric Dawson.

Boston waived guard Chris Babb.

Brooklyn waived guard Jorge Gutierrez and forwards Chris Johnson and Adonis Thomas.

Chicago waived forward DJ White and center Dexter Pittman.

Dallas waived guard Mickey McConnell.

Denver waived forward Damion James.

Houston waived guard Troy Daniels.

Indiana waived center Hilton Armstrong.

Memphis waived guard Andre Barrett and forwards Melvin ElyTony Gaffney and Willie Reed.

Miami waived forward Eric Griffin and center Justin Hamilton.

Milwaukee waived guards Trey McKinney Jones and Stephen Graham and forward Olek Czyz.

Minnesota waived center Chris Johnson and exercised the contract options on guard Ricky Rubio and forward Derrick Williams through 2014-15.

Orlando signed exercised the contract options on forwards Moe HarklessTobias Harris and Andrew Nicholson and center Nikola Vucevic through 2014-15.

Philadelphia waived forwards Rodney Williams and Gani Lawal.

San Antonio waived forward Josh Howard.

Phoenix exercised the contract options on forwards Markieff Morris and Marcus Morris and center Miles Plumlee through 2014-15.

Toronto waived guard Carlos Morais and forward Chris Wright.

Utah signed guard Jamaal Tinsley and waived guards Lester HudsonJustin Holiday and Scott Machado and forwards Dominic McGuire and Brian Cook.

Friday, October 25

Atlanta waived guard Royal Ivey.

Los Angeles Clippers waived center Louis Amundson.

Los Angeles Lakers waived guard Marcus Landry.

Orlando waived guard Manny Harris, forwards Kris Joseph and Romero Osby and center Mickell Gladness.

Cleveland waived guards Jermaine Taylor and Elliot Williams, forward Kenny Kadji and center DeSagana Diop.

Golden State signed center Andrew Bogut to a contract extension, exercised the contract options on guard Klay Thompson, forward Harrison Barnes and center Festus Ezeli and waived guard Seth Curry, forward Joe Alexander and center Dewayne Dedmon.

Minnesota waived guards Othyus Jeffers and Lorenzo Brown.

New York waived guard Chris Douglas-Roberts and forwards Ike DioguCJ LeslieJosh Powell and Jeremy Tyler.

Oklahoma City waived guards Diante Garrett and Rodney McGruder and exercised the contract options on guards Reggie Jackson and Jeremy Lamb and forward Perry Jones through 2014-15.

Washington traded center Emeka Okafor and a 2014 protected first round draft pick to Phoenix for guards Shannon BrownMalcolm Lee and Kendall Marshall and center Marcin Gortat.

Thursday, October 24

Boston waived forward DeShawn Sims.

Phoenix waived forward James Nunnally.

Philadelphia waived guards Vander Blue and Khalif Wyatt and forwards Nayal Koshwal and Royce White.

Sacramento waived guard Trent Lockett.

Toronto exercised the contract option on forward Terrence Ross and center Jonas Valanciunas.

Washington waived guard Xavier Silas, forwards Josh Childress and Pops Mensah-Bonsu and center D'Or Fischer.

Wednesday, October 23

Cleveland exercised the contract options on guards Kyrie Irving and Dion Waiters, forward Tristan Thompson and center Tyler Zeller.

Boston waived guard Kammron Taylor and forward Damen Bell-Holter.

Charlotte waived center Patrick O'Bryant.

Tuesday, October 22

Dallas waived guard DJ Kennedy, forwards Renaldo Balkman and Devin Ebanks and center Fab Melo.

Portland waived guards Dee Bost and EJ Singler and forward Richard Howell.

Monday, October 21

Atlanta waived forward James Johnson.

Miami waived guards Larry Drew and Charlie Westbrook and forward Jarvis Varnado.

Los Angeles Clippers waived forward Brandon Davies.

Sunday, October 20

San Antonio waived guard Courtney Fells and forward Dan Nwaelele.

Saturday, October 19

Utah signed forward Derrick Favors to a contract extension.

Cleveland waived guard Michael Lee.

Milwaukee exercised the contract options on forward John Henson and guard Brandon Knight through 2014-15.

Detroit exercised the contract option on forward Andre Drummond through 2014-15.

Thursday, October 17

Brooklyn waived forward Gary Forbes.

Indiana waived guard Ron Howard and forward Darnell Jackson.

Wednesday, October 16

Denver waived guard Kyle Fogg and forward Reginald Becton.

Los Angeles Lakers waived guard Darius Johnson-Odom.

Philadelphia signed center Daniel Orton and waived center Tim Ohlbrecht.

Tuesday, October 15

Atlanta signed guard Cartier Martin.

San Antonio waived guard Myck Kabongo, forward Corey Maggette and center Marcus Cousin.

Monday, October 14

Atlanta waived guard David Lighty and forwards Damien Wilkins and Adonis Thomas.

Utah waived center Dwayne Jones.

Guard Sebastian Telfair signed with Tianjin Golden Lions (China).

Sunday, October 13

New Orleans waived forward Lazar Hayward.

Thursday, October 10

Charlotte waived guards Abdul Gaddy and Troy Daniels.

Memphis signed guard Andre Barrett.

Oklahoma City waived center Daniel Orton.

San Antonio waived forward Sam Young.

Wednesday, October 9

Los Angeles Lakers waived centers Eric Boateng and Dan Gadzuric.

Golden State waived guard Cameron Jones.

Tuesday, October 8

Chicago waived guard Dahntay Jones.

Los Angeles Clippers signed guard Mustapha Farrakhan and forward JaMychal Green.

Miami exercised the contract option on guard Norris Cole through 2014-15.

Monday, October 7

New Orleans waived forward Rodney Carney.

Sunday, October 6

Memphis waived guard Josh Akognon and forward Derrick Byars.

Saturday, October 5

Philadelphia signed forward Gani Lawal and waived center Solomon Alabi.

Friday, October 4

Houston waived center Jordan Henriquez.

Tuesday, October 1

Chicago waived guards Kalin Lucas and Patrick Christopher.

New York signed guard Chris Douglas-Roberts and waived forward Justin Brownlee.

Houston waived guard BJ Young.

Monday, September 30

Brooklyn signed guards Marko Jaric and Jorge Gutierrez and forwards Gary Forbes and Chris Johnson.

Cleveland signed guards Matthew DellavedovaElliot Williams and Jermaine Taylor, forward Kenny Kadji and centers DeSagana Diop and Henry Sims.

Charlotte signed guards Abdul Gaddy and Troy Daniels and center Patrick O'Bryant.

Milwaukee signed guards Trey McKinney and Stephen Graham and forward Olek Czyz.

Minnesota signed guard AJ Price.

New Orleans signed forward Rodney Carney.

Utah signed guard Lester Hudson.

San Antonio named Dave Telep as draft scouting coordinator.

Sunday, September 29

Atlanta signed guards Royal Ivey and David Lighty and forwards Eric DawsonJames JohnsonDamien Wilkins and Adonis Thomas.

Boston signed guards Chris Babb and Kammron Taylor and forwards DeShawn Sims and Damen Bell-Holter.

Cleveland signed center DeSagana Diop.

Dallas signed forward Renaldo Balkman.

Denver signed guard Kyle Fogg and forwards Reginald Becton and Damion James.

Los Angeles Clippers named Brendan O'Connor assistant coach.

Memphis signed forwards Derrick ByarsMelvin Ely and Tony Gaffney.

Milwaukee named Dave Babcock vice president of player personnel.

New Orleans signed forward Lazar Hayward.

New York signed forwards Josh Powell and Justin Brownlee.

New York exercised the contract option on head coach Mike Woodson through 2014-15.

Portland exercised the contract options on guard Damian Lillard, forward Thomas Robinson and center Meyers Leonard through 2014-15.

Sacramento signed center DeMarcus Cousins to a contract extension.

San Antonio signed guards Courtney Fells and Myck Kabongo and forwards Corey MaggetteSam Young and Dan Nwaelele.

Utah signed guard Justin Holiday, forward Brian Cook and center Dwayne Jones.

Saturday, September 28

Philadelphia signed forward Nayal Koshwal and center Solomon Alabi.

Phoenix signed forward James Nunnally.

Miami named Andy Elisburg general manager, Adam Simon assistant general manager, Chad Kammerer director of NBA scouting, Keith Askins director of college and pro scouting and Juwan Howard and Dan Craig assistant coaches.

Friday, September 27

Center Hamed Haddadi signed with Sichuan Blue Whales (China).

Chicago signed guards Mike JamesDahntay JonesKalin Lucas and Patrick Christopher, forward DJ White and center Dexter Pittman.

Cleveland named Trent Redden assistant general manager and Koby Altman director of pro player personnel.

Golden State signed signed forward Joe Alexander and center Ognjen Kuzmic.

Indiana signed forward Rasual Butler and center Hilton Armstrong.

Los Angeles Lakers signed center Dan Gadzuric.

Miami signed guard Roger Mason.

New York signed forward Ike Diogu.

Oklahoma City signed guards Diante Garrett and Rodney McGruder.

Orlando signed guard Manny Harris, forwards Romero Osby and Kris Joseph and centers Solomon Jones and Mickell Gladness.

Philadelphia signed guards Khalif WyattDarius Morris and Vander Blue and forwards Hollis Thompson and Rodney Williams.

Washington signed guard Xavier Silas, forwards Josh Childress and Pops Mensah-Bonsu and center D'Or Fischer.

Thursday, September 26

New York named Steve Mills president and general manager.

Minnesota signed guards Lorenzo Brown and Othyus Jeffers and forward Robbie Hummel.

Utah signed forwards Dominic McGuire and Mike Harris.

Wednesday, September 25

Los Angeles Clippers signed center Louis Amundson.

Los Angeles Lakers signed guard Darius Johnson-Odom and center Eric Boateng.

Utah waived guard Jerel McNeal.

Detroit named Henry Bibby and Maz Trakh assistant coaches and Rasheed Wallace player development coach.

Indiana signed forward Paul George to a contract extension.

Center Earl Barron signed with Qingdao DoubleStar (China).

Tuesday, September 24

Utah signed guard Scott Machado.

New York signed center Cole Aldrich.

Philadelphia signed guard Michael Carter-Williams and center Nerlens Noel.

Monday, September 23

Golden State signed guard Cameron Jones and center Dewayne Dedmon.

Miami signed guard Larry Drew.

Portland waived guard Terrel Harris.

Friday, September 20

Los Angeles Lakers signed forward Ryan Kelly.

Thursday, September 19

Atlanta signed forward James Johnson.

Toronto signed guards Carlos Morais and Julyan Stone and forward Chris Wright.

Wednesday, September 18

Golden State named Lindsey Hunter assistant coach.

Tuesday, September 17

Boston waived forward Donte Greene.

Chicago named Randy Brown assistant general manager and Ivica Dukan director of international scouting/special assistant to the general manager.

Monday, September 16

Los Angeles Lakers signed forward Marcus Landry.

Washington named Tommy Sheppard senior vice president of basketball operations, Ed Tapscott vice president of player programs, Pat Sullivan assistant coach, Brett Greenberg director of basketball analytics/salary cap management, Bryan Oringher video coordinator, Ryan Richman assistant video coordinator, Marc Eversley vice president of scouting, Frank Ross director of player personnel, Greg Ballard advance pro scout and Thomas Knox director of player performance and rehabilitation.

Friday, September 13

Dallas signed forward Devin Ebanks.

Portland signed forward Richard Howell.

Thursday, September 12

New York signed guards Toure Murry and Chris Smith.

Sacramento named Robert Schaefer director of athletic performance.

Wednesday, September 11

Chicago signed guard Mike James.

Indiana signed guard Ron Howard and forward Darnell Jackson.

Miami signed forwards Michael Beasley and Eric Griffin and center Justin Hamilton.

Tuesday, September 10

Dallas signed guard DJ Kennedy and Richard McConnell and center Fab Melo.

Monday, September 9

Minnesota named David Adelman assistant coach and Bobby Jackson player development coach.

Friday, September 6

Oklahoma City waived guard DeAndre Liggins.

Minnesota named Milt Newton general manager.

Thursday, September 5

Charlotte signed forward James Southerland.

Los Angeles Clippers signed forward Brandon Davies.

Los Angeles Lakers signed guard Xavier Henry.

Sacramento named Chris Mullin advisor to the chairman.

Wednesday, September 4

Los Angeles Lakers signed forward Shawne Williams.

Milwaukee named Jim Cleamons, Scott Williams and Josh Oppenheimer assistant coaches.

Portland signed guard EJ Singler.

Tuesday, September 3

Phoenix waived forward Michael Beasley.

Friday, August 30

Memphis waived center Fab Melo.

Toronto waived guard Quentin Richardson.

Thursday, August 29

Milwaukee traded guard Ishmael Smith and center Vyacheslav Kravtsov to Phoenix for forward Caron Butler.

Phoenix signed center Alex Len.

Forward Ivan Johnson signed with Zhejiang Golden Bulls (China).

Wednesday, August 28

Los Angeles Clippers signed forward Antawn Jamison.

Houston signed guard Ronnie Brewer.

Sacramento signed guard Trent Lockett.

Forward Luke Babbitt signed with Nizhny Novgorod (Russia).

Tuesday, August 27

Milwaukee named David Morway assistant general manager.

Friday, August 23

Golden State signed guard Seth Curry.

Guard Ben Hansbrough signed with Gran Canaria (Spain).

Thursday, August 22

Memphis traded guard Tony Wroten to Philadelphia for a conditional 2014 second-round pick and a trade exception.

New Orleans signed forwards Lance Thomas and Arinze Onuaku.

Wednesday, August 21

Detroit signed center Josh Harrellson.

Boston named Ron Adams, Micah Shrewsberry and Walter McCarty assistant coaches.

Sacramento named Corliss Williamson assistant coach and assistant director of player development.

Tuesday, August 20

Cleveland signed forward Anthony Bennett.

Memphis signed guard Nick Calathes.

Milwaukee signed forward Larry Sanders to a contract extension.

Brooklyn named Charles Klask, Joe Prunty and John Welch assistant coaches and Jim Sann advanced scout.

Utah named Justin Zanik assistant general manager.

Monday, August 19

Charlotte signed forward Anthony Tolliver.

Portland signed guard Dee Bost.

Sunday, August 18

Guard Nolan Smith signed with Cedevita Zagreb (Croatia).

Saturday, August 17

Utah named David Fredman director of pro player personnel and Richard Smith executive director of basketball operations.

Friday, August 16

Minnesota re-signed center Nikola Pekovic.

Thursday, August 15

Memphis traded forward Donte Greene to Boston for center Fab Melo and cash considerations.

Wednesday, August 14

Indiana named Popeye Jones assistant coach.

Los Angeles Lakers signed guard Elias Harris.

Philadelphia named Brett Brown head coach.

Tuesday, August 13

Guard Kim English signed with Montepaschi Siena (Italy).

Philadelphia waived guard Justin Holiday.

Sunday, August 11

Guard Kevin Murphy signed with Strasbourg (France).

Friday, August 9

Charlotte re-signed guard Jannero Pargo.

Thursday, August 8

New York signed guard Beno Udrih.

Portland signed guard Maurice Williams.

Wednesday, August 7

Dallas signed forward DeJuan Blair.

Miami signed center Greg Oden.

Oklahoma City signed forward Ryan Gomes.

Tuesday, August 6

Cleveland signed guard Carrick Felix.

New York signed forward Jeremy Tyler.

Monday, August 5

Detroit signed guard Peyton Siva.

Saturday, August 3

Atlanta waived guard DeShawn Stevenson and signed forward DeMarre Carroll.

Friday, August 2

Atlanta named Jim Thomas assistant coach.

Houston signed center Jordan Henriquez.

Orlando waived forward Al Harrington.

Sacramento named Corliss Williamson assistant coach.

Thursday, August 1

Boston waived forward Shavlik Randolph.

Houston re-signed guard Francisco Garcia.

Milwaukee signed guard Nate Wolters.

Toronto signed forward Austin Daye.

Wednesday, July 31

Dallas signed guard Devin Harris.

Milwaukee traded guard Brandon Jennings to Detroit for guard Brandon Knight, forward Khris Middleton and center Viacheslav Kravtsov.

Oklahoma City named Robert Pack and Mike Terpstra assistant coaches.

Washington signed guard John Wall to a contract extension.

Forward DaJuan Summers signed with Budivelnik Kiev (Ukraine).

Forward Mickael Gelabale signed with Khimki Moscow (Russia).

Tuesday, July 30

Brooklyn signed guard Alan Anderson.

Memphis signed forward Mike Miller.

Milwaukee signed guard Gary Neal and forward Giannis Antetokounmpo.

New Orleans signed center Jeff Withey.

Guard Charles Jenkins signed with Red Star Belgrade (Serbia).

Monday, July 29

Atlanta signed forward Gustavo Ayon.

Dallas signed guard Shane Larkin.

Houston signed center Marcus Camby.

Los Angeles Lakers named Kurt Rambis and Johnny Davis assistant coaches.

Utah signed guard Ian Clark.

Sunday, July 28

Charlotte re-signed guard Gerald Henderson.

Saturday, July 27

Phoenix traded forward Luis Scola to Indiana for guard Gerald Green, forward Miles Plumlee and a future first-round pick.

Denver re-signed center Timofey Mozgov.

Friday, July 26

Dallas re-signed forward Bernard James.

Denver signed guard Nate Robinson.

Memphis signed forward Jamaal Franklin.

Milwaukee signed forward Miroslav Raduljica.

Forward Linas Kleiza signed with Fenerbahce Ulker (Turkey).

Guard Andrew Goudelock signed with Unics Kazan (Russia).

Thursday, July 25

Atlanta signed forward Pero Antic.

Dallas re-signed forward Brandan Wright.

New York re-signed forward Kenyon Martin.

Orlando signed guard Ronnie Price.

Toronto named Bill Bayno and Jesse Mermuys assistant coaches.

Wednesday, July 24

Dallas signed guard Ricky Ledo.

Golden State waived guards Scott Machado and Kevin Murphy and center Dwayne Jones.

Memphis signed guard Josh Akognon.

Oklahoma City re-signed guard Derek Fisher.

Tuesday, July 23

Chicago waived forward Malcolm Thomas.

Dallas signed guard Monta Ellis.

Golden State signed center Jermaine O'Neal.

Utah named Alex Jensen player development assistant.

Monday, July 22

Boston signed guard Phil Pressey and forward Vitor Faverani.

Cleveland signed forward Sergey Karasev.

Dallas named Gersson Rosas general manager.

Los Angeles Cippers signed center BJ Mullens.

Memphis lifted the protection on a 2016 second-round pick for the draft rights to guard Nick Calathes.

Toronto signed guard DJ Augustin.

Utah signed guard John Lucas.

Sunday, July 21

Dallas waived guard Josh Akognon.

Saturday, July 20

Dallas waived forward Bernard James.

Friday, July 19

Cleveland signed center Andrew Bynum and waived guards Chris Quinn and Kevin Jones.

Houston signed guards Reggie Williams and Aaron Brooks.

Dallas signed center Samuel Dalembert.

Detroit signed guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and forward Tony Mitchell.

Los Angeles Lakers named Mark Madsen and Larry Lewis player development coaches.

Thursday, July 18

Brooklyn waived forward DJ White.

Golden State signed guard Toney Douglas.

Minnesota signed forward Ronny Turiaf.

New Orleans signed forward Anthony Morrow.

Orlando signed forward Jason Maxiell.

Sacramento signed guard Ray McCallum.

Wednesday, July 17

Toronto waived center Marcus Camby.

Milwaukee signed forward Carlos Delfino and center Zaza Pachulia.

Tuesday, July 16

Denver named Arturas Karnisovas assistant general manager.

Houston signed forward Omri Casspi.

Miami waived forward Mike Miller.

Milwaukee waived forward Drew Gooden.

New York signed forward Metta World Peace.

Toronto signed guard Dwight Buycks.

Monday, July 15

Atlanta signed forward Elton Brand.

Boston waived forward Kris Joseph.

Detroit signed guards Chauncey Billups and Gigi Datome and re-signed guard Will Bynum.

Houston signed guards Isaiah Canaan and BJ Young and forward Robert Covington.

Los Angeles Lakers signed forward Wesley Johnson.

Memphis re-signed guard Tony Allen and forward Jon Leuer.

Philadelphia signed forward James Anderson and center Tim Ohlbrecht.

Sacramento signed forward Carl Landry.

Toronto signed forward Tyler Hansbrough.

Sunday, July 14

Indiana signed forward Chris Copeland.

Minnesota signed center Gorgui Dieng.

Phoenix signed guard Archie Goodwin.

Saturday, July 13

Atlanta matched the offer sheet tendered to guard Jeff Teague by Milwaukee.

Houston signed center Dwight Howard, waived forward James Anderson and center Tim Ohlbrecht and traded forward Royce White, the draft rights to forward Furkan Aldemir and cash considerations to Philadelphia for future draft considerations.

Milwaukee signed guard OJ Mayo.

Sacramento signed guard Ben McLemore.

San Antonio re-signed forward Tiago Splitter.

Friday, July 12

Atlanta re-signed forward Kyle Korver.

Brooklyn traded guards MarShon Brooks and Keith Bogans, forwards Gerald Wallace, Kris Joseph and Kris Humphries, the 2014, 2016 and 2018 first-round draft picks and the right to swap first-round picks in 2017 to Boston for guard Jason Terry and forwards Paul PierceKevin Garnett and DJ White.

Brooklyn signed forward Andrei Kirilenko.

Cleveland signed guard Jarrett Jack and forward Earl Clark.

Golden State signed forward Marreese Speights.

Los Angeles Lakers signed center Chris Kaman.

Milwaukee traded forward Luc Richard Mbah a Moute to Sacramento for two future second-round picks.

Minnesota signed forwards Corey Brewer and Shabazz Muhammad and re-signed forward Chase Budinger.

Oklahoma City signed forward Andre Roberson and center Steven Adams.

Philadelphia traded guard Jrue Holiday and the draft rights to guard Pierre Jackson to New Orleans for the draft rights to forward Nerlens Noel and a 2014 first-round pick.

Thursday, July 11

Atlanta named Taylor Jenkins assistant coach.

Brooklyn signed guard Shaun Livingston and re-signed forward Andray Blatche.

Charlotte re-signed forward Josh McRoberts.

Chicago re-signed center Nazr Mohammed.

Dallas signed guards Jose Manuel Calderon and Gal Mekel.

Denver signed forward JJ Hickson.

Detroit waived guard Kim English.

Los Angeles Clippers signed forward Reggie Bullock.

Los Angeles Lakers signed guard Nick Young and waived forward Metta World Peace.

Milwaukee signed guard Jeff Teague to an offer sheet.

Minnesota traded guard Luke Ridnour and a 2014 second-round pick to Milwaukee for guard Kevin Martin and cash considerations from Oklahoma City, who traded cash considerations to Milwaukee for the draft rights to forward Szymon Szewczyk.

New York re-signed guard JR Smith.

Portland signed guards Earl Watson and CJ McCollum.

San Antonio re-signed guard Manu Ginobili and signed guard Marco Belinelli and forward Jeff Pendergraph.

Wednesday, July 10

Atlanta signed guard Dennis Schroeder and forward Paul Millsap.

Charlotte signed forwards Al Jefferson and Cody Zeller and waived forward Tyrus Thomas.

Chicago signed guard Tony Snell and forwards Mike Dunleavy and Erik Murphy and waived guard Richard Hamilton.

Dallas signed guard Wayne Ellington.

Detroit signed forward Josh Smith.

Golden State traded guard Brandon Rush, forward Richard Jefferson, center Andris Biedrins, two first-round picks in 2014 and 2017, two second-round picks in 2016 and 2017 and cash to Utah and a 2018 second-round pick to Denver for guard Andre Iguodala from Denver and guard Kevin Murphy from Utah.

Golden State exercised the contract option on head coach Mark Jackson through 2014-15 and named Brian Scalabrine assistant coach.

Houston traded forward Thomas Robinson to Portland for the draft rights to forwards Kostas Papanikolau and Marko Todorovic and two future second-round picks.

Indiana signed guard CJ Watson and re-signed forward David West.

Los Angeles Clippers signed guard Darren Collison and re-signed guard Chris Paul, forward Matt Barnes and center Ryan Hollins.

Los Angeles Lakers re-signed center Robert Sacre.

Miami re-signed center Chris Andersen.

Milwaukee re-signed guard JJ Redick and traded him to Los Angeles Clippers for a 2014 second-round pick from Phoenix and a future second-round pick from Los Angeles Clippers, who traded guard Eric Bledsoe and forward Caron Butler to Phoenix for forward Jared Dudley.

New Orleans traded guard Terrel Harris and center Robin Lopez to Portland and Greivis Vasquez to Sacramento for the draft rights to center Jeff Withey from Portland and guard Tyreke Evans from Sacramento.

New Orleans re-signed forward Al-Farouq Aminu, signed center Greg Stiemsma and waived forward Lance Thomas.

New York re-signed guard Pablo Prigioni.

Portland signed forwards Dorell Wright and Allen Crabbe.

Toronto traded forward Andrea Bargnani to New York for guard Quentin Richardson, forward Steve Novak, center Marcus Camby, a 2016 second-round pick and second-round picks in 2014 and 2017.

Utah re-signed guard Randy Foye and traded him to Denver for a 2018 second-round pick.

Washington re-signed guards Garrett Temple and Martell Webster and signed guards Eric Maynor and Glen Rice Jr and forward Otto Porter.

Tuesday, July 9

Los Angeles Clippers waived forward DaJuan Summers.

Golden State signed guard Nemanja Nedovic.

Monday, July 8

New York signed guards CJ Leslie and Tim Hardaway Jr.

Los Angeles Clippers named Alvin Gentry associate head coach and Armond Hill, Kevin Eastman and Tyronn Lue assistant coaches.

Sacramento named Dee Brown director of player development and assistant coach, Micah Nori assistant coach and Bill Pope advanced scout.

Sunday, July 7

Orlando signed guard Victor Oladipo.

Boston signed center Kelly Olynyk.

Minnesota waived forward Mickael Gelabale and center Greg Stiemsma.

Saturday, July 6

Utah signed guard Trey Burke and center Rudy Gobert.

Wednesday, July 3

Boston named Brad Stevens head coach.

Brooklyn signed forward Mason Plumlee.

Indiana signed guard Donald Sloan and forward Solomon Hill.

Monday, July 1

Indiana named Nate McMillan associate head coach.

Charlotte named Patrick Ewing associate head coach and Bob BeyerStephen SilasBob Weiss and Mark Price assistant coaches.

Toronto named Jeff Weltman executive vice president of basketball operations.

Sunday, June 30

Indiana tendered a qualifying offer to forward Tyler Hansbrough.

Atlanta tendered a qualifying offer to guard Jeff Teague.

Boston waived guard Terrence Williams.

Saturday, June 29

Los Angeles Lakers waived guard Chris Duhon.

Phoenix waived center Hamed Haddadi.

Denver tendered a qualifying offer to center Timofey Mozgov.

Friday, June 28

San Antonio named Jim Boylan assistant coach.

Brooklyn named Lawrence Frank, Roy Rogers and Eric Hughes assistant coaches.

Minnesota exercised the contract option on forward Dante Cunningham.

Charlotte tendered a qualifying offer to guard Gerald Henderson.

Thursday, June 27

Cleveland traded the draft rights to guard Allen Crabbe to Portland for a 2015 second-round pick and a 2016 second-round pick.

Atlanta traded the draft rights to guard Raul Neto to Utah for a 2015 second-round pick.

Portland traded the draft rights to forward Grant Jerrett to Oklahoma City for cash.

Dallas traded the draft rights to center Kelly Olynyk to Boston for the draft rights to forward Lucas Nogueira and two future second-round picks.

Dallas traded guard Jared Cunningham and the draft rights to forward Lucas Nogueira to Atlanta for the draft rights to guard Shane Larkin and forward Mike Muscala.

Indiana traded the draft rights to center Colton Iverson to Boston for cash.

Denver traded the draft rights to center Rudy Gobert to Utah for the draft rights to guard Erick Green and cash.

Memphis traded forward Darrell Arthur tand the draft rights to forward Joffrey Lauverge to Denver for center Kosta Koufos.

Miami traded a future second-round pick to Atlanta for the draft rights to forward James Ennis.

Philadelphia traded the draft rights to forward Glen Rice Jr. to Washington for the draft rights to guard Nate Wolters and forward Arsalan Kazemi.

Philadelphia traded the draft rights to guard Nate Wolters to Milwaukee for the draft rights to guard Ricky Ledo and a future second-round pick.

Minnesota traded the draft rights to guard Trey Burke to Utah for the draft rights to guard Shabazz Muhammad and center Gorgui Dieng.

Minnesota traded the draft rights to forward Andre Roberson and guard Malcolm Lee to Golden State for a 2014 second-round pick and cash.

Golden State traded the draft rights to forward Andre Roberson to Oklahoma City for the draft rights to guard Archie Goodwin and cash.

Golden State traded the draft rights to Archie Goodwin and guard Malcolm Lee to Phoenix for the draft rights to guard Nemanja Nedovic.

Indiana named Larry Bird president of basketball operations.

Memphis named Dave Joerger head coach.

Minnesota tendered a qualifying offer to center Nikola Pekovic.

Wednesday, June 26

LA Lakers tendered a qualifying offer to center Robert Sacre and exercised the contract option on guard Jodie Meeks through 2013-14.

New York tendered a qualifying offer to guard Pablo Prigioni.

Miami exercised the contract option on guard Mario Chalmers through 2013-14.

Tuesday, June 25

LA Clippers named Doc Rivers head coach and senior vice president of basketball operations.

Denver named Brian Shaw head coach.

New York tendered a qualifying offer to forward Chris Copeland.

Sacramento tendered a qualifying offer to guard Tyreke Evans.

Sacramento named Brendan Malone assistant coach.

Wednesday, June 19

Toronto named Bobby Webster vice president of basketball management and strategy.

Utah named Jerry Sloan senior basketball advisor.

Monday, June 17

Milwaukee named Bob Bender and Nick Van Exel assistant coaches.

Sunday, June 16

Sacramento named Pete D'Alessandro general manager.

Saturday, June 15

Atlanta named Darvin Ham assistant coach.

Wednesday, June 12

Brooklyn named Jason Kidd head coach.

Monday, June 10

Detroit named Maurice Cheeks head coach.

Atlanta named Quin Snyder assistant coach.

Sacramento named Chris Jent assistant coach.

Thursday, June 6

Denver fired head coach George Karl.

Phoenix named Pat Connelly and Trevor Bukstein assistant general managers, Ronnie Lester scout and Emilio Kovacic international scouting consultant.

Monday, June 3

Sacramento named Michael Malone head coach.

Friday, May 31

Sacramento fired head coach Keith Smart.

Milwaukee named Larry Drew head coach.

Toronto named Masai Ujiri general manager.

Wednesday, May 29

Charlotte named Steve Clifford head coach.

Tuesday, May 28

Phoenix named Jeff Hornacek head coach.

Atlanta named Mike Budenholzer head coach.

Tuesday, May 14

Philadelphia named Sam Hinkie general manager.

Portland named Nate Tibbetts assistant coach.

Friday, May 10

Minnesota waived guard Brandon Roy.

Tuesday, May 7

Phoenix named Ryan McDonough general manager.

Friday, May 3

Minnesota named Flip Saunders president of basketball operations.

Dallas named Kaleb Canales assistant coach.

Wednesday, May 1

Milwaukee fired head coach Jim Boylan.

Friday, April 26

Brooklyn signed general manager Billy King to a contract extension.

Toronto named Tim Leiweke president and CEO.

Wednesday, April 24

Cleveland named Mike Brown head coach.

Tuesday, April 23

Charlotte fired head coach Mike Dunlap.

Friday, April 19

Cleveland waived assistants Paul Pressey and Joe Prunty.

Thursday, April 18

Portland waived forward Jared Jeffries.

Philadelphia named Doug Collins consultant.

Cleveland fired head coach Byron Scott.

Detroit fired head coach Lawrence Frank.

Wednesday, April 17

New York signed center Earl Barron and waived forward Rasheed Wallace.

Memphis signed forwards Willie Reed and Donte Greene.

Tuesday, April 16

New York signed guard Quentin Richardson.

San Antonio signed forward Tracy McGrady.

Monday, April 15

New York waived center Solomon Jones.

Sunday, April 14

Los Angeles Lakers signed guard Andrew Goudelock.

Memphis waived center Dexter Pittman.

Saturday, April 13

Dallas signed guard Josh Akognon for the remainder of the season.

Friday, April 12

New York waived forward Kurt Thomas and signed center Solomon Jones.

San Antonio waived guard Stephen Jackson.

Monday, April 8

Chicago signed forward Malcolm Thomas for the remainder of the season.

Sunday, April 7

Golden State signed guard Scott Machado.

Saturday, April 6

Utah signed guard Jerel McNeal for the remainder of the season.

Thursday, April 4

Los Angeles Clippers signed forward DaJuan Summers for the remainder of the season.

Wednesday, April 3

Charlotte signed guard Jannero Pargo for the remainder of the season.

Dallas signed guard Josh Akognon to a 10-day contract.

Memphis signed guard Keyon Dooling.

Tuesday, April 2

Brooklyn signed forward Kris Joseph to a 10-day contract.

Monday, April 1

Philadelphia signed guard Justin Holiday and waived guard Jeremy Pargo.

Friday, March 29

Los Angeles Clippers signed guard Maalik Wayns for the remainder of the season.

Chicago signed forward Malcolm Thomas to a second 10-day contract.

Thursday, March 28

New Orleans signed guard Terrel Harris for the remainder of the season.

Wednesday, March 27

Utah signed guard Jerel McNeal to a 10-day contract.

Tuesday, March 26

Atlanta signed guard Shelvin Mack for the remainder of the season.

Monday, March 25

Dallas signed guard Justin Dentmon to a 10-day contract.

Los Angeles Clippers signed forward DaJuan Summers to a second 10-day contract.

Saturday, March 23

Charlotte signed guard Jannero Pargo to a second 10-day contract.

Friday, March 22

Miami signed forward Juwan Howard for the remainder of the season.

Thursday, March 21

Boston signed forward Shavlik Randolph to a multi-year contract.

Wednesday, March 20

Cleveland signed guard Chris Quinn for the remainder of the season.

Boston signed forward DJ White to a multi-year contract.

Tuesday, March 19

Chicago signed forward Malcolm Thomas to a 10-day contract.

Los Angeles Clippers signed guard Maalik Wayns to a second 10-day contract.

Monday, March 18

New Orleans signed guard Terrel Harris to a second 10-day contract.

Saturday, March 16

Atlanta signed guard Shelvin Mack to a second 10-day contract.

Friday, March 15

New York signed forward Kenyon Martin for the remainder of the season.

Los Angeles Clippers signed forward DaJuan Summers to a 10-day contract.

Thursday, March 14

Charlotte signed guard Jannero Pargo to a 10-day contract.

Los Angeles Clippers waived forward Trey Thompkins.

Wednesday, March 13

Dallas signed guard Chris Wright to a 10-day contract.

Tuesday, March 12

New Orleans signed forward Louis Amundson for the remainder of the season and waived forward Henry Sims.

Miami signed forward Juwan Howard to a second 10-day contract.

Monday, March 11

Boston signed forward Shavlik Randolph to a second 10-day contract.

Sunday, March 10

Boston signed forward DJ White to a second 10-day contract.

Utah waived guard Raja Bell and signed guard Travis Leslie to a 10-day contract.

Saturday, March 9

Dallas waived guard Dominique Jones.

Friday, March 8

Golden State signed forward Malcolm Thomas to a 10-day contract.

Los Angeles Clippers signed guard Maalik Wayns to a 10-day contract.

New Orleans signed guard Terrel Harris to a 10-day contract.

Wednesday, March 6

Atlanta signed guard Shelvin Mack to a 10-day contract and waived forward Jeremy Tyler.

Tuesday, March 5

Houston signed guard Aaron Brooks and waived forward Tyler Honeycutt.

New York signed forward Kenyon Martin to a second 10-day contract.

Sunday, March 3

Boston signed guard Terrence Williams to a multi-year contract.

New Orleans signed center Henry Sims to a 10-day contract.

Cleveland waived guard Josh Selby.

Saturday, March 2

Chicago signed forward Louis Amundson to a 10-day contract.

Miami signed forward Juwan Howard to a 10-day contract.

Friday, March 1

Boston signed forward Shavlik Randolph to a 10-day contract.

Sacramento waived guard Aaron Brooks.

Thursday, February 28

Boston signed forward DJ White to a 10-day contract.

Monday, February 25

Oklahoma City signed guard Derek Fisher.

Houston signed center Tim Ohlbrecht.

Saturday, February 23

New York signed forward Kenyon Martin to a 10-day contract.

Orlando waived forward Hakim Warrick.

Thursday, February 21

Atlanta traded forward Anthony Morrow to Dallas for guard Dahntay Jones.

Golden State traded forward Jeremy Tyler and cash to Atlanta for future draft considerations.

Houston traded forward Marcus Morris to Phoenix for a 2013 second-round draft pick.

Miami traded center Dexter Pittman and a second-round pick to Memphis for the draft rights to forward Ricky Sanchez.

Milwaukee traded guards Beno Udrih and Doron Lamb, forward Tobias Harris and cash to Orlando for guards JJ Redick and Ishmael Smith and center Gustavo Ayon.

New York traded guard Ronnie Brewer to Oklahoma City for a 2014 second-round pick.

Oklahoma City traded guard Eric Maynor to Portland for the draft rights to forward Georgios Printezis.

Orlando traded forward Josh McRoberts to Charlotte for forward Hakim Warrick.

Philadelphia traded future draft considerations to Golden State for guard Charles Jenkins.

Phoenix traded guard Sebastian Telfair to Toronto for center Hamed Haddadi and a 2014 second-round pick.

Portland waived guard Ronnie Price.

Washington traded guard Jordan Crawford to Boston for guard Leandro Barbosa and center Jason Collins.

Wednesday, February 20

Sacramento traded guard Francisco Garcia and forwards Thomas Robinson and Tyler Honeycutt to Houston for guard Toney Douglas, forward Patrick Patterson, center Cole Aldrich and cash.

Boston signed guard Terrence Williams to a 10-day contract.

Monday, February 18

Philadelphia signed guard Jeremy Pargo for the remainder of the season.

Friday, February 8

Miami signed center Chris Andersen for the remainder of the season.

Minnesota signed forward Mickael Gelabale and center Chris Johnson for the remainder of the season and waived forward Louis Amundson.

Thursday, February 7

Philadelphia signed guard Jeremy Pargo to a 10-day contract.

Sunday, February 3

Memphis signed guard Chris Johnson to a second 10-day contract.

Saturday, February 2

Atlanta signed guard Jannero Pargo to a second 10-day contract.

Wednesday, January 30

Memphis traded forward Rudy Gay and center Hamed Haddadi to Toronto for forward Ed Davis and a second-round pick and cash and forwards Austin Daye and Tayshaun Prince from Detroit, who acquired guard Jose Manuel Calderon.

Miami signed center Chris Andersen to a second 10-day contract and signed forward Jarvis Varnado for the remainder of the season.

Tuesday, January 29

Minnesota signed forward Mickael Gelabale and center Chris Johnson to a second 10-day contract.

Monday, January 28

Dallas signed guard Mike James for the remainder of the season.

Indiana signed guard Sam Young.

Philadelphia signed guard Shelvin Mack to a second 10-day contract.

Wednesday, January 23

Milwaukee signed general manager John Hammond to a contract extension.

Memphis signed guard Chris Johnson to a 10-day contract.

San Antonio signed center and Aron Baynes.

Tuesday, January 22

Memphis traded guards Wayne Ellington and Josh Selby, forward Marreese Speights and a future first-round pick to Cleveland for forward Jon Leuer.

Cleveland waived guard Jeremy Pargo.

Monday, January 21

Atlanta signed guard Jannero Pargo to a 10-day contract.

Sunday, January 20

Phoenix named Lindsey Hunter interim head coach.

Miami signed center Chris Andersen to a 10-day contract and forward Jarvis Varnado to a second 10-day contract.

Saturday, January 19

Minnesota signed center Chris Johnson to a 10-day contract.

Friday, January 18

Phoenix fired head coach Alvin Gentry.

Dallas signed guard Mike James to a second 10-day contract.

Minnesota signed forward Mickael Gelabale to a 10-day contract.

Thursday, January 17

Indiana signed forward Dominic McGuire to a second 10-day contract.

Philadelphia signed guard Shelvin Mack to a 10-day contract.

Sunday, January 13

Brooklyn signed forward Damion James to a 10-day contract.

Wednesday, January 9

Miami signed forward Jarvis Varnado and center Josh Harrellson to a 10-day contract.

Tuesday, January 8

Dallas signed guard Mike James to a 10-day contract.

Philadelphia signed guard Maalik Wayns to a 10-day contract.

Milwaukee named Jim Boylan head coach.

Monday, January 7

New Orleans signed guard Donald Sloan to a 10-day contract.

Miami waived center Josh Harrellson.

Los Angeles Lakers waived guard Darius Johnson-Odom.

Houston signed guard Patrick Beverley and waived guard Scott Machado.

Washington waived guard Shelvin Mack.

Indiana signed forward Dominic McGuire to a 10-day contract.

Indiana signed head coach Frank Vogel to a contract extension.

Sunday, January 6

Chicago signed guard Daequan Cook.

Cleveland waived forward Samardo Samuels.

Dallas waived guard Chris Douglas-Roberts.

Indiana waived guard Sam Young.

Philadelphia waived guard Maalik Wayns.

Boston waived forwards Kris Joseph and Jarvis Varnado.

Minnesota waived forward Lazar Hayward.

Saturday, January 5

Miami waived guard Terrel Harris.

Friday, January 4

New Orleans waived forward Dominic McGuire.

Wednesday, January 2

Houston signed guard James Anderson and waived guard Daequan Cook.

Monday, December 31

Minnesota signed forward Lazar Hayward.

Sunday, December 30

Brooklyn waived forward Josh Childress.

Thursday, December 27

Brooklyn fired head coach Avery Johnson and named PJ Carlesimo head coach.

Tuesday, December 25

Cleveland signed guard Shaun Livingston and waived guard Donald Sloan.

Washington signed guards Shelvin Mack and Garrett Temple.

Monday, December 24

Boston signed forward Jarvis Varnado.

Sunday, December 23

Dallas signed guard Chris Douglas-Roberts.

Saturday, December 22

Dallas waived guard Derek Fisher.

Washington waived guard Shaun Livingston and center Earl Barron.

Thursday, December 20

Minnesota waived forward Josh Howard.

San Antonio waived forward James Anderson.

Sunday, December 16

New Orleans signed forward Dominic McGuire.

Thursday, December 13

Memphis named John Hollinger vice president of basketball operations and Stu Lash director of player personnel and basketball development.

Sunday, December 9

Charlotte waived guard Cory Higgins and signed forward Jeff Adrien.

Friday, November 30

Toronto waived forward Dominic McGuire and signed guard Mickael Pietrus.

Thursday, November 29

Dallas waived forward Troy Murphy and signed guard Derek Fisher.

Cleveland signed forward Kevin Jones and waived forward Luke Harangody.

Wednesday, November 28

Denver named Pete D'Alessandro vice president of basketball operations and Mike Bratz to director of player personnel.

Wednesday, November 21

Boston waived center Darko Milicic.

San Antonio signed guard James Anderson.

Tuesday, November 20

New Orleans waived guard Matt Carroll.

Sunday, November 18

Los Angeles Lakers named Dan D'Antoni assistant coach.

Friday, November 16

New Orleans signed general manager Dell Demps to a contract extension.

Thursday, November 15

Washington signed guard Shaun Livingston and waived guard Jannero Pargo.

Minnesota signed forward Josh Howard and waived guard Will Conroy.

Tueday, November 13

Charlotte traded guard Matt Carroll to New Orleans for forward Hakim Warrick.

Sunday, November 11

Los Angeles Lakers named Mike D'Antoni head coach.

Friday, November 9

Los Angeles Lakers fired head coach Mike Brown and named Bernie Bickerstaff interim head coach.

Friday, November 2

Dallas waived center Eddy Curry and signed forward Troy Murphy.

Philadelphia named Aaron Barzilai director of basketball analytics.

Wednesday, October 31

Chicago signed forward Taj Gibson to a contract extension and named Scottie Pippen senior adviser to president and chief operating officer.

Golden State signed guard Stephen Curry to a contract extension.

Houston signed guard James Harden to a contract extension and exercised the contract options on forwards Patrick Patterson and Marcus Morris through 2013-14.

Memphis exercised the contract option on guard Quincy Pondexter through 2013-14.

Oklahoma City signed center Daniel Orton.

Philadelphia signed guard Jrue Holiday to a contract extension.

Toronto signed guard DeMar DeRozan to a contract extension.

Tuesday, October 30

Boston exercised the contract option on guard Avery Bradley through 2013-14.

Utah exercised the contract option on head coach Tyrone Corbin through 2013-14.

Los Angeles Clippers waived guard Travis Leslie.

Denver signed guard Ty Lawson to a contract extension.

Chicago exercised the contract option on guard Jimmy Butler through 2013-14.

Minnesota exercised the contract options on guard Ricky Rubio and forward Derrick Williams through 2013-14.

Monday, October 29

Oklahoma City exercised the contract option on guard Reggie Jackson through 2013-14.

New Orleans exercised the contract option on guard Greivis Vasquez through 2013-14.

Portland named Chris McGowan president and chief executive officer.

Dallas waived guard Delonte West.

Houston waived guard Shaun Livingston and forwards Lazar Hayward, Gary Forbes, Jon Brockman and JaJuan Johnson.

Sunday, October 28

Dallas waived guard Chris Douglas-Roberts and center Melvin Ely.

Charlotte waived forwards Josh Owens and DaJuan Summers.

Minnesota waived forward Mike Harris and center Chris Johnson.

Washington waived guard Shelvin Mack and forward Brian Cook.

Saturday, October 27

Atlanta waived forwards James Anderson and Damion James.

Cleveland waived guard D'Aundray Brown and forwards Micheal Eric and Kevin Jones.

Dallas signed guard Chris Douglas-Roberts and center Melvin Ely.

Los Angeles Clippers waived guard Marqus Blakely.

Los Angeles Lakers waived guard Andrew Goudelock.

Memphis waived guards Ronald Dupree and Ronald Murray and center Jerome Jordan.

Miami waived guard Garrett Temple.

Milwaukee waived guards Mustapha Farrakhan, Eddie GillOrien Greene and forward Alando Tucker.

New Orleans waived guard Chris Wright and center Solomon Alabi.

New York waived guard Oscar Bellfield, forwards John Shurna and Mychel Thompson and center Henry Sims.

Oklahoma City traded guards James Harden and Daequan Cook, forward Lazar Hayward and center Cole Aldrich to Houston for guards Kevin Martin and Jeremy Lamb, two first-round picks and a second-round pick. Waived guard Andy Rautins, forward Hollis Thompson and center Daniel Orton.

Orlando waived guard Quentin Richardson, forwards Justin Harper and Chris Johnson and exercised the contract option on center Nikola Vucevic through 2013-14.

Philadelphia waived forward Devin Searcy.

Portland waived guards Demonte HarperJustin Holiday and Coby Karl and forwards Dallas Lauderdale and Adam Morrison.

Toronto waived center Jamaal Magloire.

Washington waived guard Steven Gray and forward Shavlik Randolph.

Friday, October 26

Utah exercised the contract options on guard Alec Burks, forwards Gordon Hayward and Derrick Favors and center Enes Kanter through 2013-14.

San Antonio exercised the contract options on guard Cory Joseph and Kawhi Leonard through 2013-14 and waived forwards JaMychal Green, Wesley Whiterspoon and Josh Powell.

Charlotte exercised the contract options on guard Kemba Walker and forward Bismack Biyombo through 2013-14.

Miami waived guard Rodney Carney and forward Jarvis Varnado.

Sacramento waived forwards Willie Reed and Tony Mitchell and center Hamady Ndiaye.

Boston waived forwards Micah Downs and Rob Kurz.

New York waived guard Chris Smith.

Thursday, October 25

Phoenix exercised the contract option on forward Markieff Morris through 2013-14.

Golden State exercised the contract option on forward Klay Thompson through 2013-14.

Utah waived guard Chris Quinn and forward Darnell Jackson.

Dallas signed center Eddy Curry.

Philadelphia exercised the contract option on guard Evan Turner through 2013-14.

Denver waived guards Anthony Carter and Ben Uzoh.

Los Angeles Clippers waived guard Hank Thorns and forward Trent Plaisted.

Cleveland signed guard D'Aundray Brown.

Wednesday, October 24

Golden State waived guards Tarence Kinsey and Carlon Brown and forwards Rick Jackson and Lance Goulbourne.

Chicago waived guards Ryan Allen and Marko Jaric.

Phoenix waived forwards Ike Diogu and Solomon Jones.

Milwaukee exercised the contract options on forwards Tobias Harris, Larry Sanders and Ekpe Udoh through 2013-14.

Tuesday, October 23

Brooklyn waived guard Stephen Dennis.

San Antonio waived forward Derrick Brown and center Eddy Curry.

Memphis waived guard Kyle Weaver and forward Michael Dunigan.

Orlando waived guards Christian Eyenga and Armon Johnson.

Monday, October 22

Detroit exercised the contract options on guard Brandon Knight and center Greg Monroe through 2013-14 and waived guards Jonny Flynn and Terrence Williams.

Indiana exercised the contract option on forward Paul George through 2013-14 and waived guards Sundiata Gaines and Blake Ahearn and center Luke Nevill.

Oklahoma City waived guard Walker Russell.

Toronto waived guard Jerel McNeal and forward Chris Wright.

Los Angeles Lakers waived guard Chris Douglas-Roberts and center Greg Somogyi.

Denver exercised the contract option on guard Jordan Hamilton and forward Kenneth Faried through 2013-14.

Sunday, October 21

Miami waived forward Robert Rozier and center Mickell Gladness.

Saturday, October 20

Los Angeles Lakers waived forward Reeves Nelson and center Ronnie Aguilar.

Friday, October 19

Cleveland exercised the contract options on guard Kyrie Irving and forward Tristan Thompson through 2013-14.

Washington exercised the contract options on guards John Wall and Jordan Crawford and forwards Trevor Booker, Jan Vesely, Kevin Seraphin and Chris Singleton through 2013-14.

Brooklyn exercised the contract option on guard Marshon Brooks through 2013-14.

Minnesota waived guard Jermaine Taylor.

Thursday, October 18

Dallas waived guard Josh Akognon.

Chicago waived center Kyrylo Fesenko.

Philadelphia waived center Dan Gadzuric.

Utah waived forward Trey Gilder and center Brian Butch.

Boston signed guard Leandro Barbosa.

Wednesday, October 17

Atlanta waived guard Carldell Johnson.

Sacramento exercised the contract options on guard Jimmer Fredette and center DeMarcus Cousins through 2013-14.

Toronto exercised the contract option on forward Ed Davis through 2013-14.

Tuesday, October 16

Boston waived guards Jamar Smith and Dionte Christmas.

New York exercised the contract option on guard Iman Shumpert through 2013-14.

Monday, October 15

Sacramento waived center Cyril Awere.

Chicago waived guard Andre Emmett.

Sunday, October 14

Cleveland waived guard Kelenna Azubuike.

Saturday, October 13

Golden State waived guard Stefhon Hannah.

Minnesota waived guard Seth Tarver and forward Phil Jones.

Friday, October 12

Guard Lester Hudson signed with Dongguan Leopards (China).

Portland signed guard Justin Holiday.

Thursday, October 11

Atlanta waived guard Isma'il Muhammad and forward Keith Benson.

San Antonio waived forward Tyler Wilkerson.

Houston waived guards Kyle Fogg and Demetri McCamey.

Wednesday, October 10

Cleveland waived guards Justin Holiday and Kevin Anderson.

Philadelphia waived forward Mikki Moore.

Tuesday, October 9

Guard Tracy McGrady signed with Qingdao Eagles (China).

Orlando signed guard Chris Johnson.

Philadelphia waived guard Xavier Silas.

San Antonio named Sean Marks director of basketball operations and Austin Toros general manager, Brian Pauga director of scouting and Gabe Farkas director of basketball analytics and Trajan Langdon pro scout.

Monday, October 8

New Orleans waived guard Dominique Morrison.

Sunday, October 7

Memphis waived guard DJ Kennedy and center Jarrid Famous.

LA Clippers waived guard Courtney Fortson and center Chris Johnson.

Saturday, October 6

Charlotte waived guard Paris Horne and forward Jeff Adrien.

Friday, October 5

San Antonio waived guard Sherron Collins.

Thursday, October 4

Chicago waived guard Vance Cooksey.

Wednesday, October 4

New York signed forward Rasheed Wallace.

Tuesday, October 2

Dallas waived guard Tu Holloway and center Didier Ilunga-Mbenga.

Miami exercised the contract option on guard Norris Cole through 2013-2014.

Philadelphia named Jordan Cohn pro personnel scout.

New York named LaSalle Thompson and Jerry Dunn assistant coaches.

Monday, October 1

Chicago signed guards Marko Jaric, Ryan Allen, Vance Cooksey and Andre Emmett and center Kyrylo Fesenko.

Los Angeles Lakers signed guard Chris Douglas-Roberts.

New Orleans signed guard Dominique Morrison, forward Chris Wright and center Solomon Alabi.

Phoenix signed guards Diante Garrett and Othyus Jeffers, forwards Ike Diogu and Solomon Jones and center Luke Zeller.

Cleveland signed guard Justin Holiday.

Portland named John McCullough advance scout.

San Antonio signed guard Sherron Collins and center Eddy Curry.

Denver signed guards Ben Uzoh and Anthony Carter.

Golden State signed guard Stefhon Hannah.

Atlanta signed guard Isma'il Muhammad.

Chicago signed head coach Tom Thibodeau to a contract extension.

Philadelphia signed head coach Doug Collins to a contract extension.

Milwaukee signed guards Eddie Gill, Orien Greene and Mustapha Farrakhan and forward Alando Tucker.

Memphis signed guards Kyle Weaver and Ronald Murray.

New Orleans signed guard Dominique Morrison, forward Chris Wright and center Solomon Alabi.

Oklahoma City signed guard Walker Russell.

Philadelphia signed forward Mikki Moore.

Phoenix signed forward Ike Diogu.

Washington signed guard Jannero Pargo.

Sunday, September 30

Portland signed guard Coby Karl.

Saturday, September 29

Orlando signed guards Armon Johnson and DeQuan Jones.

LA Clippers signed guards Courtney Fortson and Hank Thorns and center Chris Johnson.

Memphis signed guard DJ Kennedy, forwards Michael Dunigan and Ronald Dupree and centers Jarrid Famous and Jerome Jordan.

Friday, September 28

Boston signed forwards Rob Kurz and Micah Downs and center Darko Milicic.

Minnesota signed guards Will Conroy, Seth Tarver and Jermaine Taylor, forwards Mike Harris and Phil Jones and center Chris Johnson.

Cleveland signed guard Kevin Anderson.

Thursday, September 27

Atlanta signed guards James Anderson and Carldell Johnson and forwards Keith Benson, Damion James and Anthony Tolliver.

Dallas signed guards Josh Akognon and Tu Holloway and center Didier Ilunga-Mbenga.

Los Angeles Lakers signed center Ronnie Aguilar.

Miami signed forwards Rodney Carney and Robert Dozier.

Philadelphia re-signed guard Xavier Silas and signed forwards Damien Wilkins and Devin Searcy and center Dan Gadzuric.

San Antonio signed forwards Derrick Brown, Josh Powell, Tyler Wilkerson and Wesley Witherspoon.

Utah signed guard Chris Quinn and forwards Trey Gilder and  Darnell Jackson and center Brian Butch.

Wednesday, September 26

Golden State signed guards Tarence Kinsey and Carlon Brown and forwards Rick Jackson and Lance Goulbourne.

Tuesday, September 25

Charlotte signed guard Paris Horne and forwards Jeff Adrien, DaJuan Summers and Josh Owens.

Houston signed guards Kyle Fogg and Demetri McCamey, waived guard Courtney Fortson and named Dean Cooper and Jesse Mermuys assistant cocaches, Gianluca Pascucci director of player personnel, Jason Staudt NBA advance scout and Jim Paulis personnel scout.

Milwaukee signed guard Marquis Daniels.

Utah named Johnnie Bryant player development assistant.

Monday, September 24

Sacramento signed forwards Tony Mitchell and Willie Reed and centers Hamady Ndiaye and Cyril Awere.

Minnesota signed forward Louis Amundson.

Forward Yi Jianlian signed with Guangdong Southern Tigers (China).

Friday, September 21

Philadelphia named Tony DiLeo general manager.

Toronto signed guard Jerel McNeal and forward Chris Wright.

Portland signed guard Demonte Harper and forwards Adam Morrison and Dallas Lauderdale.

Thursday, September 20

Boston waived guard Keyon Dooling.

Los Angeles Clippers exercised the contract option on guard Eric Bledsoe through 2013-14.

Wednesday, September 19

Washington re-signed forward Brian Cook and signed guard Steven Gray, forward Shavlik Randolph and center Earl Barron.

Boston named Jay Larranaga assistant coach.

Tuesday, September 18

Atlanta re-signed forward Ivan Johnson.

Houston signed guard Scott Machado and waived forward Diamon Simpson.

Indiana signed guard Ben Hansbrough and center Luke Nevill.

Memphis waived guard DJ Kennedy.

Toronto re-signed center Jamaal Magloire.

Forward James Singleton signed with Xinjiang Flying Tigers (China).

Monday, September 17

Miami signed center Josh Harrellson.

Atlanta waived forward Jordan Williams.

Brooklyn signed guard Stephen Dennis and forwards James Mays and Carleton Scott.

Friday, September 14

Los Angeles Lakers signed guard Darius Johnson-Odom.

Los Angeles Clippers signed forward Matt Barnes.

Utah signed guard Kevin Muprhy.

Thursday, September 13

Brooklyn signed forward Josh Childress.

Miami signed guard Garrett Temple.

Wednesday, September 12

Brooklyn signed forward Andray Blatche.

Oklahoma City signed guards DeAndre Liggins and Andy Rautins.

Toronto signed forward Dominic McGuire.

Guard Manny Harris signed signed with Azovmash Mariupol (Ukraine).

Tuesday, September 11

New York signed guard Oscar Bellfield, forwards Mychel Thompson and John Shurna and center Henry Sims.

Golden State named Bob Beyer and Darren Erman assistant coaches.

Monday, September 10

Cleveland re-signed forwards Alonzo Gee and signed forward Kevin Jones.

Miami re-signed guard Terrel Harris.

Friday, September 7

Miami signed forward Jarvis Varnado and center Mickell Gladness.

Los Angeles Lakers signed center Robert Sacre and named Eddie Jordan, Steve Clifford and Bernie Bickerstaff assistant coaches.

Thursday, September 6

Atlanta signed forward Mike Scott.

Denver signed forward Quincy Miller.

Houston named Gersson Rosas executive vice president of basketball operations.

Indiana signed guards Sam Young, Sundiata Gaines and Blake Ahearn.

New Orleans signed forward Darius Miller.

Orlando signed guard E'Twaun Moore.

Utah named Michael Sanders and Brad Jones assistant coaches.

Wednesday, September 5

LA Lakers signed forward Reeves Nelson and center Greg Somogyi.

San Antonio named Scott Layden assistant general manager.

Tuesday, September 4

LA Clippers named named Gary Sacks vice president of basketball operations.

Thursday, August 30

Orlando named Laron Profit and Luke Stuckey assistant coaches and Gordon Chiesa special consultant to the head coach.

Wednesday, August 29

Washington signed forward Martell Webster.

Indiana named Peter Dinwiddie vice president of basketball operations.

Portland named Dale Osbourne assistant coach.

Tuesday, August 28

Atlanta named Kenny Atkinson and Bob Weiss assistant coaches and Rick Sund senior advisor of basketball operations.

San Antonio named Ime Udoka assistant coach.

Center Shelden Williams signed with Elan Chalon (Fance).

Monday, August 27

Charlotte named Dan Leibovitz and Brian Winters assistant coaches.

Houston waived forward Sean Williams.

Wednesday, August 22

Boston signed forward Jeff Green.

Tuesday, August 21

San Antonio waived forward Derrick Byars.

Monday, August 20

Houston signed forward Carlos Delfino.

Cleveland named Mike Gansey director of D-League operations.

Sunday, August 19

Center Vernon Macklin signed with Gaziantep (Turkey).

New Orleans signed head coach Monty Williams to a contract extension.

Guard Morris Almond signed with Red Star Belgrade (Serbia).

Saturday, August 18

Oklahoma City signed forward Serge Ibaka to a contract extension.

Friday, August 17

Portland named Jay Triano, Kim Hughes and David Vanterpool assistant coaches.

Thursday, August 16

New Orleans signed guard Brian Roberts.

Wednesday, August 15

Orlando re-signed guard Ishmael Smith.

Detroit signed forward Khris Middleton.

Phoenix signed center Jermaine O'Neal and waived guard Jerome Dyson and center Brad Miller.

Cleveland named Koby Altman pro personnel manager.

Houston waived center Josh Harrellson.

Tuesday, August 14

Guard Ben Uzoh signed with Cholet (France).

Chicago named Brian Hagen assistant general manager.

Monday, August 13

Los Angeles Lakers signed guard Jodie Meeks and re-signed forward Devin Ebanks.

Saturday, August 11

Forward Craig Smith signed with Hapoel Jerusalem (Israel).

Friday, August 10

Orlando traded guard Chris Duhon, forward Earl Clark and center Dwight Howard to Los Angeles Lakers and guard Jason Richardson to Philadelphia; Los Angeles Lakers traded center Andrew Bynum to Philadelphia and guard Christian Eyenga, forward Josh McRoberts and a 2017 first-round pick to Orlando; Philadelphia traded guard Andre Iguodala to Denver and forward Moe Harkless, center Nikola Vucevic and a first-round pick to Orlando; Denver traded guard Arron Afflalo, forward Al Harrington and the lower of its 2014 first-round picks to Orlando.

Cleveland signed center Micheal Eric.

Thursday, August 9

Orlando signed center Kyle O'Quinn.

Washington named Jerry Sichting assistant coach.

Milwaukee signed center Joel Przybilla.

Wednesday, August 8

Chicago signed guard Marquis Teague.

Cleveland signed guard CJ Miles.

Tuesday, August 7

Utah named Dennis Lindsey general manager.

Portland named Terry Stotts head coach.

Monday, August 6

Sacramento signed head coach Keith Smart to a contract extension.

Saturay, August 4

New Orleans signed guard Roger Mason.

Oklahoma City signed center Daniel Orton.

Thursday, August 2

Minnesota signed center Greg Stiemsma.

Wednesday, August 1

Golden State signed forward Carl Landry.

Phoenix signed forward PJ Tucker.

New York signed guard Chris Smith.

Forward Craig Brackins signed with Angelico Biella (Italy).

Tuesday, July 31

Chicago signed guard Nate Robinson.

Golden State re-signed guard Brandon Rush.

Minnesota signed guard Brandon Roy.

Philadelphia signed guard Maalik Wayns.

Boston re-signed guard Keyon Dooling and signed guards Jamar Smith and Dionte Christmas and center Jason Collins.

Monday, July 30

Atlanta re-signed guard Willie Green and traded him to the Los Angeles Clippers for the draft rights to center Sofoklis Schortsanitis.

Golden State signed forward Draymond Green.

Toronto re-signed guard Alan Anderson.

Saturday, July 28

Orlando named Jacque Vaughn head coach.

Memphis re-signed center Hamed Haddadi.

Friday, July 27

Phoenix re-signed center Robin Lopez and traded him to New Orleans along with forward Hakim Warrick and cash for guard Jerome Dyson, center Brad Miller and guard Wesley Johnson from Minnesota, who acquired two second-round picks from New Orleans.

Toronto signed guard John Lucas and re-signed center Aaron Gray.

Minnesota signed forward Andrei Kirilenko.

Chicago signed center Nazr Mohammed.

Philadelphia signed guard Royal Ivey.

Dallas re-signed guard Delonte West.

Los Angeles Clippers signed center Ronny Turiaf.

Thursday, July 26

Houston signed guard Jeremy Lamb and forwards Royce White and Terrence Jones.

Golden State signed guard Kent Bazemore.

Utah signed guard Randy Foye.

Wednesday, July 25

Memphis traded guard Jeremy Pargo, a 2014 second-round pick and cash to Cleveland for guard DJ Kennedy.

Minnesota signed guard Alexey Shved.

Phoenix re-signed guard Shannon Brown.

Dallas signed forward Bernard James.

New York signed guard Ronnie Brewer.

Los Angeles Lakers signed forward Antawn Jamison and re-signed forward Jordan Hill.

Tuesday, July 24

Memphis traded forward Dante Cunningham to Minnesota for guard Wayne Ellington.

New Orleans signed guard Austin Rivers and forward Anthony Davis.

Chicago signed guard Marco Belinelli.

Brooklyn signed forward Tornike Shengelia.

New York signed guard Pablo Prigioni.

Houston signed center Omer Asik and waived guard E'Twaun Moore.

Philadelphia signed forwards Arnett Moultrie and Moe Harkless.

Washington signed guard AJ Price.

Monday, July 23

Brooklyn signed guard CJ Watson.

Chicago signed guard Kirk Hinrich.

Saturday, July 21

Dallas signed guard Jared Cunningham.

Friday, July 20

Cleveland signed forward Jon Leuer.

Phoenix signed forward Michael Beasley.

Denver signed forward Anthony Randolph.

Dallas signed forward Jae Crowder.

Houston re-signed guard Courtney Lee and traded him to Boston for guard E’Twaun Moore, forwards JaJuan Johnson and Sean Williams, a 2013 second-round pick and the draft rights to guard Jon Diebler from Portland, who acquired forward Aleksandar Pavlovic from Boston.

Thursday, July 19

Los Angeles Clippers signed center Ryan Hollins.

Dallas signed guard OJ Mayo.

Phoenix signed guard Goran Dragic.

Chicago signed forward Vladimir Radmanovic.

Brooklyn signed guard Keith Bogans.

Portland waived center Dan Gadzuric.

Wednesday, July 18

Portland signed guard Ronnie Price and matched the offer sheet tendered to forward Nicolas Batum by Minnesota.

Denver re-signed center Javale McGee.

Boston signed guard Jason Terry.

Toronto signed center Jonas Valanciunas.

Houston waived forward Jon Leuer and center Jerome Jordan.

Los Angeles Clippers signed forward Grant Hill.

Tuesday, July 17

Houston signed guard Jeremy Lin.

Washington waived forward Andray Blatche.

Denver waived forward Chris Andersen.

Los Angeles Clippers waived forward Ryan Gomes.

Brooklyn re-signed forward Kris Humphries.

Monday, July 16

Portland re-signed guard Raymond Felton and traded him with forward Kurt Thomas to New York for forward Jared Jeffries, center Dan Gadzuric, the draft rights to forwards Georgios Printezis and Kostas Papanikolaou, a 2016 second-round pick and cash.

Brooklyn signed guard Jerry Stackhouse.

Orlando re-signed guard Jameer Nelson.

New York signed forward Chris Copeland.

Toronto signed forward Quincy Acy.

Atlanta waived guard Jordan Farmar.

Sacramento signed guard Aaron Brooks and waived center Hassan Whiteside.

Philadelphia waived center Darryl Watkins.

Phoenix signed guard Kendall Marshall.

Toronto traded forward James Johnson to Sacramento for a 2014 second-round pick.

Sunday, July 15

Minnesota signed forward Nicolas Batum to an offer sheet.

Phoenix signed forward Luis Scola.

Saturday, July 14

Boston re-signed forwards Kevin Garnett and Brandon Bass and signed forward Chris Wilcox.

Portland signed forward Will Barton.

New Orleans matched the offer sheet tendered to guard Eric Gordon by Phoenix.

Houston signed guard Jeremy Lin to an offer sheet.

Detroit signed center Vyacheslav Kravtsov.

Charlotte signed center Brendan Haywood.

Friday, July 13

Minnesota waived forward Martell Webster.

Charlotte signed guard Ramon Sessions.

Indiana signed guard DJ Augustin.

Portland signed guard Damian Lillard, forward Joel Freeland and center Meyers Leonard.

San Antonio re-signed guard Patrick Mills and signed guard Nando De Colo.

Houston waived forward Luis Scola.

Portland re-signed forward JJ Hickson.

Los Angeles Clippers re-signed guard Chauncey Billups.

Indiana re-signed guard George Hill and center Roy Hibbert.

Dallas signed forward Elton Brand and center Chris Kaman.

Memphis signed Jerryd Bayless and Tony Wroten and re-signed forwards Darrell Arthur and Marreese Speights.

Charlotte signed forward Jeffery Taylor.

New Orleans traded a future conditional second-round pick to Minnesota for center Brad Miller and two future second-round picks.

Philadelphia re-signed center Spencer Hawes.

Thursday, July 12

Dallas re-signed center Ian Mahinmi and traded him to Indiana for guards Darren Collison and Dahntay Jones.

Atlanta signed guard Louis Williams.

Washington re-signed forward Cartier Martin.

Indiana signed guard Gerald Green.

Detroit signed guard Kim English.

Philadelphia waived forward Elton Brand.

San Antonio re-signed forward Boris Diaw.

Minnesota waived center Darko Milicic.

New York signed guard Jason Kidd and re-signed forward Steve Novak.

Philadelphia signed guard Nick Young.

Milwaukee re-signed forward Ersan Ilyasova.

Guard Jordan Farmar signed with Anadolu Efes (Turkey).

Dallas waived center Brendan Haywood.

Wednesday, July 11

Brooklyn signed forward Mirza Teletovic and re-signed center Brook Lopez.

Los Angeles Clippers re-signed forward Reggie Evans and traded him to Brooklyn for the right to swap second-round picks in 2016.

New Orleans traded guard Jarrett Jack to Golden State for the rights to forward Edin Bavcic from Philadelphia, who acquired guard Dorell Wright from Golden State and center Darryl Watkins from New Orleans.

Atlanta traded guard Joe Johnson to Brooklyn for guards Jordan Farmar and DeShawn Stevenson, forwards Anthony Morrow and Jordan Williams, center Johan Petro, first-round pick in 2013 and a 2017 second-round pick.

Portland signed forward Victor Claver and waived forward Shawne Williams.

New York re-signed guard JR Smith.

Milwaukee signed forward Doron Lamb.

Oklahoma City signed forward Hollis Thompson.

Toronto signed guard Landry Fields to an offer sheet.

San Antonio re-signed guard Danny Green.

Phoenix signed guard Eric Gordon to an offer sheet.

Los Angeles Clippers signed guard Jamal Crawford.

Utah traded guard Devin Harris to Atlanta for forward Marvin Williams.

Houston re-signed center Marcus Camby and traded him to New York for guard Toney Douglas, center Josh Harrellson and Jerome Jordan and two future second-round picks.

Detroit signed forward Kyle Singler.

Philadelphia re-signed forward Lavoy Allen.

Denver signed guard Evan Fournier and re-signed guard Andre Miller.

Oklahoma City signed center Hasheem Thabeet.

San Antonio re-signed forward Tim Duncan.

Utah re-signed forward Jeremy Evans.

Sacramento re-signed forward Jason Thompson.

New York signed forward James White.

Orlando re-signed forward Ryan Anderson and traded him to New Orleans for forward Gustavo Ayon.

Miami signed guard Ray Allen and forward Rashard Lewis.

Brooklyn re-signed guard Deron Williams and forward Gerald Wallace.

Houston traded guard Kyle Lowry to Toronto for a future first-round lottery pick and forward Gary Forbes.

Phoenix re-signed guard Steve Nash and traded him to the Los Angeles Lakers for first-round picks in 2013 and 2015 and second-round picks in 2013 and 2014.

Tuesday, July 10

Los Angeles Clippers signed forward Blake Griffin to a contract extension.

Toronto signed guard Terrence Ross.

Monday, July 9

Milwaukee signed forward John Henson.

Sacramento signed forward Thomas Robinson.

Detroit signed forward Andre Drummond.

Atlanta signed guard John Jenkins.

Washington named Don Newman assistant coach.

Sunday, July 8

Washington signed guard Bradley Beal.

Saturday, July 7

Charlotte signed forward Michael Kidd-Gilchrist.

Friday, July 6

Oklahoma City signed forward Perry Jones.

Houston signed forward Donatas Motiejunas.

Brooklyn signed guard Tyshawn Taylor.

Golden State signed center Festus Ezeli.

Thursday, July 5

Cleveland signed guard Dion Waiters and forward Tyler Zeller.

Indiana signed forward Miles Plumlee.

Wednesday, July 4

Guard Rudy Fernandez signed with Real Madrid (Spain)

Tuesday, July 3

Golden State signed forward Harrison Barnes.

Detroit named George David assistant general manager.

Orlando signed forward Andrew Nicholson.

Atlanta named Wes Wilcox assistant general manager.

Boston signed forwards Kris Joseph and Jared Sullinger and center Fab Melo.

Center Semih Erden signed with Anadolu Efes (Turkey).

Monday, July 2

Oklahoma City re-signed head coach Scott Brooks.

Charlotte waived forward Jamario Moon.

Cleveland waived guard Manny Harris.

Los Angeles Lakers re-signed guard Darius Morris.

Saturday, June 30

Cleveland tendered a qualifying option to center Semih Erden.

Dallas exercised the contract option on guard Vince Carter through 2012-13.

New Orleans waived forward Rashard Lewis.

Friday, June 29

Cleveland tendered a qualifying offer to forward Luke Harangody.

Utah tendered a qualifying offer to forward Jeremy Evans and exercised the contract option on guard Jamaal Tinsley through 2012-13.

Los Angeles Clippers traded guard Maurice Williams to Utah and the draft rights to forward Furkan Aldemir to Houston for forward Lamar Odom from Dallas, who traded the draft rights to guard Shan Foster to Utah for the draft rights to forward Tadija Dragicevic and cash from Houston.

Boston tendered a qualifying offer to center Greg Stiemsma.

Charlotte tendered a qualifying offer to guard DJ Augustin and forward Derrick Brown.

Cleveland tendered a qualifying offer to forward Alonzo Gee.

Los Angeles Lakers tendered a qualifying offer to guards Darius Morris and Devin Ebanks.

Memphis tendered a qualifying offer to forwards Darrell Arthur and Marreese Speights.

Toronto tendered a qualifying offer to guards Jerryd Bayless and Sonny Weems.

San Antonio tendered a qualifying offer to guards Danny Green and Patrick Mills.

Portland traded the draft rights to guard Tyshawn Taylor to Brooklyn for cash.

Dallas traded the draft rights to guard Darius Johnson-Odom to Los Angeles Lakers for cash.

Philadelphia traded the draft rights to forward Tornike Shengelia to Brooklyn for cash.

Dallas traded guard Kelenna Azubuike and the draft rights to forward Tyler Zeller to Cleveland for the draft rights to guard Jared Cunningham, forward Jae Crowder and center Bernard James .

Sacramento traded the draft rights to guard Orlando Johnson to Indiana for cash.

Miami traded the draft rights to forward Arnett Moultrie to Philadelphia for the draft rights to center Justin Hamilton and a future first-round pick.

Thursday, June 28

New Orleans tendered a qualifying offer to guard Eric Gordon

Phoenix tendered a qualifying offer to guard Aaron Brooks and center Robin Lopez

Orlando tendered a qualifying offer to forward Ryan Anderson.

Wednesday, June 27

Indiana named Donnie Walsh president and Kevin Pritchard general manager.

Houston traded center Samuel Dalembert, the 14th overall pick, a future second-round pick and cash considerations to Milwaukee for guard Shaun Livingston, forwards Jon Leuer and Jon Brockman and the 12th overall pick.

Brooklyn tendered a qualifying offer to center Brook Lopez.

New York tendered a qualifying offer to guards Jeremy Lin and Landry Fields.

Tuesday, June 26

Detroit traded guard Ben Gordon and a future first-round pick to Charlotte for forward Corey Maggette.

Golden State tendered a qualifying offer to guard Brandon Rush.

Houston traded forward Chase Budinger and the draft rights to forward Lior Eliyahu to Minnesota for the 18th overall pick.

Monday, June 25

Atlanta named Danny Ferry president of basketball operations and general manager.

Orlando fired director of player development Adonal Foyle.

Portland tendered a qualifying offer to forward Nicolas Batum.

Sacramento tendered a qualifying offer to forward Jason Thompson.

Wednesday, June 20

Washington traded forward Rashard Lewis and the 46th overall pick to New Orleans for forward Trevor Ariza and center Emeka Okafor.

Orlando named Rob Hennigan general manager.

Charlotte named Mike Dunlap head coach.

Monday, June 4

Los Angeles Lakers exercised the contract option on center Andrew Bynum through 2012-13.

Washington signed head coach Randy Wittman to a contract extension.

Portland named Neil Olshey general manager.

Thursday, May 31

Los Angeles Lakers named Glenn Carraro assistant general manager.

Friday, May 25

New York signed head coach Mike Woodson to a contract extension.

Monday, May 21

Orlando fired head coach Stan Van Gundy and President of basketball operations and general manager Otis Smith.

Tuesday, May 15

Dallas signed head coach Rick Carlisle to a contract extension.

Wednesday, May 14

Golden State named Kirk Lacob assistant general manager.

Friday, April 27

Toronto exercised the contract option on head coach Dwane Casey through 2013-14.

Charlotte signed guard Gordon Hayward to an offer sheet.