NBA transactions: All the moves of the 2018-19 season

NBA transactions: All the moves of the 2018-19 season

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NBA transactions: All the moves of the 2018-19 season

September 19: Cleveland waived forward JaCorey Williams.

September 19: Toronto signed center Eric Moreland.

September 19: Denver signed guard Xavier Silas.

September 19: New Orleans waived center Emeka Okafor and signed guard Jarrett Jack.

September 19: Forward Lucas Nogueira has signed with Fuenlabrada (Spain).

September 18: Milwaukee waived guard Travis Trice and signed guard Ike Nwamu.

September 18: Washington signed center Lavoy Allen.

September 18: Atlanta signed center Cole Aldrich.

September 18: Chicago signed forward JaKarr Sampson.

September 18: Miami re-signed guard Dwyane Wade.

September 17: Chicago signed forward Kaiser Gates.

September 17: Milwaukee signed guards Robert Johnson and James Young and waived forward Jordan Barnett and center Brandon McCoy.

September 17: San Antonio signed forward Julian Washburn and center Amida Brimah.

September 14: Toronto signed forwards Deng Adel and Kyle Collinsworth.

September 13: Cleveland signed forward Jacorey Williams.

September 12: Miami exercised the contract option on center Bam Adebayo through 2019-20.

September 10: Miami re-signed forward Udonis Haslem.

September 10: Washington signed guard Tiwian Kendley and signed guard Jordan McRae to a two-way contract.

September 10: Minnesota signed forward Luol Deng.

September 10: Cleveland re-signed guard Rodney Hood.

September 8: Cleveland signed guard David Nwaba.

September 7: Los Angeles Clippers signed forward Desi Rodriguez.

September 7: Washington signed guard Chris Chiozza.

September 6: Atlanta signed guard RJ Hunter.

September 5: Golden State signed forward Alfonzo McKinnie.

September 5: Los Angeles Clippers matched the offer sheet tendered by New Orleans to guard Tyrone Wallace.

September 5: Orlando signed guard Gabe York and forward BJ Johnson.

September 5: Guard Aaron Harrison signed with Galatasaray (Turkey).

September 4: Boston signed guard Justin Bibbs and forwards Nicholas King and Jeff Roberson.

September 4: Indiana signed head coach Nate McMillan to a contract extension and signed forward Ben Moore.

September 4: Memphis signed guard Brandon Goodwin.

September 4: New Orleans signed guard Darius Morris  and signed guard Tyrone Wallace to an offer sheet.

September 4: Portland signed guard Gary Payton II, forward Cameron Oliver and center Chinanu Onuaku.

September 4: San Antonio signed forward Chimezie Metu.

September 2: Center Al Jefferson signed with Xinjiang Flying Tigers (China).

September 1: Houston traded forward Ryan Anderson and guard De’Anthony Melton to Phoenix for guard Brandon Knight and forward Marquese Chriss.

September 1: Los Angeles Lakers waived forward Luol Deng.

August 31: New Orleans waived guard DeAndre Liggins.

August 31: Memphis waived center Dakari Johnson.

August 31: Oklahoma City waived forward Kyle Singler.

August 30: Atlanta signed forward Thomas Robinson.

August 30: Memphis signed center Doral Moore.

August 29: San Antonio signed guard Quincy Pondexter.

August 29: Philadelphia signed guard Anthony Brown.

August 28: Memphis waived guard Kobi Simmons.

August 28: Utah signed guard Trey Lewis.

August 27: Miami signed forward Jarnell Stokes.

August 24: Atlanta signed forward Vince Carter.

August 21: Boston signed guard PJ Dozier to a two-way contract.

August 21: Miami signed guard Briante Weber.

August 21: Toronto signed guard Kay Felder.

August 20: Atlanta signed guard Daniel Hamilton and forward Alex Poythress.

August 20: Brooklyn signed guards Mitchell Creek and Jordan McLaughlin.

August 20: Golden State signed forward Danuel House.

August 20: Houston signed forward Bruno Caboclo.

August 17: Houston waived guard RJ Hunter.

August 16: Utah signed center Isaac Haas.

August 15: Charlotte waived center Mangok Mathiang.

August 15: Miami signed forward Marcus Lee.

August 14: Chicago signed guard Derrick Walton.

August 14: Utah waived guard David Stockton.

August 13: Golden State signed forward Marcus Derrickson.

August 13: Oklahoma City signed forward Tyler Davis to a two-way contract.

August 13: Detroit signed guard Zach Lofton.

August 13: Houston signed forward Carmelo Anthony.

August 13: Memphis signed guard Markel Crawford.

August 10: Toronto signed center Greg Monroe.

August 10: Dallas signed forward Jalen Jones and waived guard Terry Larrier.

August 10: Houston signed guard Rob Gray.

August 8: New Orleans signed center Jahlil Okafor.

August 8: Forward Trevor Booker signed with Shanxi Brave Dragons (China).

August 7: Los Angeles Clippers traded forward Sam Dekker and the draft rights to guard Renaldas Seibutis to Cleveland for cash considerations and the draft rights to forward Vladimir Veremeenko.

August 7: Memphis signed guard Shelvin Mack.

August 7: Milwaukee signed forward Jordan Barnett.

August 7: Minnesota signed forward James Nunnally.

August 6: Brooklyn signed guard Theo Pinson.

August 6: Denver signed forward Emanuel Terry.

August 6: Dallas waived center Chinanu Onuaku.

August 6: Miami signed guard Malik Newman.

August 5: Cleveland waived forward Okaro White.

August 3: Atlanta signed center Alex Len.

August 3: Dallas re-signed center Salah Mejri.

August 3: Indiana signed guard CJ Wilcox to a two-way contract.

August 3: Philadelphia signed center Norvel Pelle.

August 3: Phoenix signed guard Isaiah Canaan.

August 3: Toronto signed guard Jordan Loyd to a two-way contract.

August 2: Charlotte signed center Mangok Mathiang to a two-way contract.

August 2: Houston traded center Chinanu Onuaku, the right to swap a protected future second-round pick and cash considerations to Dallas for the draft rights to forward Maarty Leunen.

August 1: Dallas signed guard Codi Miller-McIntyre.

August 1: Milwaukee signed guard Pat Connaughton and waived guard Brandon Jennings.

August 1: Sacramento signed forward Jamel Artis.

August 1: Utah signed forward Tyler Cavanaugh to a two-way contract.

July 31: Dallas signed guard Terry Larrier.

July 31: Chicago re-signed guard Ryan Arcidiacono.

July 31: Milwaukee signed guard Travis Trice and center Brandon McCoy.

July 31: Minnesota signed guard CJ Williams to a two-way contract.

July 31: Sacramento signed forward Wenyen Gabriel to a two-way contract.

July 31: San Antonio waived guard Brandon Paul.

July 30: Atlanta waived forward Carmelo Anthony.

July 30: Boston waived guard Rodney Purvis.

July 30: Brooklyn signed forward Treveon Graham.

July 30: Dallas re-signed guard Devin Harris and signed guard Daryl Macon to a two-way contract.

July 30: Miami signed forward Yante Maten to a two-way contract.

July 30: Utah named Fotis Katsikaris assistant coach.

July 28: Guard Malcolm Delaney signed with Guangdong Southeastern Tigers (China).

July 28: Philadelphia re-signed guard Demetrius Jackson to a two-way contract.

July 27: Charlotte signed guard Joe Chealey.

July 27: Houston re-signed center Clint Capela.

July 27: Los Angeles Clippers waived guard CJ Williams.

July 27: Oklahoma City signed guard Hamidou Diallo.

July 26: Boston re-signed guard Jabari Bird.

July 26: Charlotte signed guard Jaylen Barford and forwards Zach Smith and Isaiah Wilkins.

July 26: Detroit signed guard Keenan Evans to a two-way contract.

July 26: Milwaukee signed guard Jaylen Morris to a two-way contract.

July 26: Philadelphia signed center Shake Milton to a two-way contract.

July 26: Guard Shane Larkin signed with Anadolu Efes (Turkey).

July 25: Boston signed guard Walt Lemon Jr. to a two-way contract.

July 25: Chicago signed guard Rawle Alkins.

July 25: Denver re-signed guard Monte Morris.

July 25: Detroit signed guard Khyri Thomas.

July 25: Houston signed center Isaiah Hartenstein.

July 25: Los Angeles Lakers re-signed forward Travis Wear to a two-way contract.

July 25: Milwaukee signed guard Trevon Duval to a two-way contract.

July 25: New York signed guard Kadeem Allen.

July 25: Oklahoma City traded forward Carmelo Anthony and a protected 2022 first-round pick to Atlanta for guard Dennis Schroeder from Atlanta and forward Timothe Luwawu from Philadelphia, who also traded guard Justin Anderson to Atlanta for forward Mike Muscala.

July 25: Philadelphia signed forward Jonah Bolden.

July 24: Los Angeles Clippers re-signed forward Montrezl Harrell.

July 24: Brooklyn re-signed guard Joe Harris.

July 24: Cleveland signed forward Kevin Love to a contract extension.

July 24: New York signed forward Noah Vonleh.

July 23: Boston traded guard Abdel Nader and cash considerations to Oklahoma City for guard Rodney Purvis.

July 23: Brooklyn signed forward Ed Davis.

July 23: Charlotte signed guard Tony Parker.

July 23: Chicago claimed guard Antonius Cleveland off waivers.

July 23: Dallas re-signed forward Dirk Nowitzki and signed guard Ding Yanyuhang.

July 23: Los Angeles Clippers traded the draft rights to forward Maarty Leunen and cash to Dallas for forward Johnathan Motley and the draft rights to guard Renaldas Seibutis.

July 23: Memphis traded forward Jarell Martin and cash considerations to Orlando for center Dakari Johnson and the draft rights to guard Tyler Harvey.

July 23: New Orleans signed guards Garlon Green and Kenrich Williams.

July 23: Sacramento signed Yogi Ferrell.

July 21: Atlanta waived guard Antonius Cleveland.

July 21: Los Angeles Lakers signed forward Johnathan Williams.

July 21: Sacramento signed forward Nemanja Bjelica.

July 20: Brooklyn traded forward Darrell Arthur to Phoenix for forward Jared Dudley and cash considerations.

July 20: Dallas signed forward Raymond Spalding.

July 20: Los Angeles Lakers signed forward Michael Beasley.

July 20: Memphis signed forward Yuta Watanabe to a two-way contract and waived guard Myke Henry.

July 20: Oklahoma City traded center Dakari Johnson to Orlando for guard Rodney Purvis.

July 20: Phoenix traded cash considerations to Philadelphia for forward Richaun Holmes.

July 20: San Antonio signed guard Marco Belinelli and forward Dante Cunningham.

July 20: Toronto re-signed guard Lorenzo Brown and signed forward Chris Boucher.

July 19: Guard Tyler Ennis signed with Fenerbahce (Turkey).

July 19: Atlanta waived guard Jaylen Morris.

July 19: Boston re-signed guard Marcus Smart.

July 19: Chicago re-signed guard Antonio Blakeney.

July 19: Cleveland signed center Channing Frye.

July 19: Detroit named Tim Grgurich and Micah Nori assistant coaches.

July 19: Los Angeles Lakers waived guard Malik Newman and signed guard Jeffrey Carroll.

July 18: Los Angeles Lakers signed guard Joel Berry II.

July 18: Denver waived guard Isaiah Whitehead.

July 18: San Antonio traded forward Kawhi Leonard and guard Danny Green to Toronto for guard DeMar DeRozan, center Jakob Poeltl and a protected 2019 first-round pick.

July 17: Cleveland waived center Kendrick Perkins.

July 17: Denver signed center Thomas Welsh to a two-way contract.

July 17: Golden State signed head coach Steve Kerr to a contract extension.

July 17: Memphis traded guard Ben McLemore, center Deyonta Davis, a 2021 second-round pick and cash considerations to Sacramento for guard Garrett Temple.

July 17: Milwaukee signed center Brook Lopez.

July 17: New Orleans signed guard Trevon Bluiett to a two-way contract.

July 17: Portland waived center Georgios Papagiannis.

July 17: Toronto waived forward Alfonzo McKinnie.

July 16: Dallas signed guard Jalen Brunson.

July 16: Milwaukee signed forward Ersan Ilyasova.

July 16: Philadelphia re-signed forward Amir Johnson.

July 16: Brooklyn signed forward Rodions Kurucs.

July 16: Denver signed guard Isaiah Thomas.

July 16: Indiana signed forward Alize Johnson.

July 16: New York waived forward Troy Williams.

July 15: Boston waived guard Kadeem Allen.

July 15: Detroit signed center Zaza Pachulia.

July 15: Memphis signed guard Jevon Carter.

July 15: Utah signed guard Naz Long to a two-way contract.

July 14: Brooklyn signed guard Shabazz Napier.

July 14: Chicago signed forward Jabari Parker and waived guard Julyan Stone and forward Paul Zipser.

July 14: Golden State signed guard Damion Lee to a two-way contract.

July 14: Orlando signed guard Braian Angola.

July 13: Brooklyn traded guard Jeremy Lin, a 2025 second-round pick and the right to swap 2023 second-round picks to Atlanta for the draft rights to guard Isaia Cordinier and a protected 2020 second-round pick.

July 13: Dallas signed forward Kostas Antetokounmpo to a two-way contract and waived forward Jalen Jones.

July 13: Denver traded forwards Darrell Arthur and Kenneth Faried, a 2019 protected first-round pick and a future second-round pick to Brooklyn for guard Isaiah Whitehead.

July 13: Golden State signed guard Kendrick Nunn.

July 13: Miami re-signed guard Wayne Ellington.

July 13: Washington signed forward Devin Robinson to a two-way contract.

July 13: Utah signed forward Georges Niang.

July 12: Houston signed forward James Ennis.

July 12: Utah signed guard Jairus Lyles.

July 12: Brooklyn signed forward Dzanan Musa.

July 12: Chicago waived guard Sean Kilpatrick.

July 12: Golden State signed forward Jonas Jerebko.

July 12: Oklahoma City re-signed guard Raymond Felton.

July 11: Denver signed forward Jarred Vanderbilt.

July 11: Memphis signed forward Omri Casspi.

July 11: Orlando signed guard Troy Caupain to a two-way contract.

July 11: San Antonio re-signed forwards Davis Bertans and Rudy Gay and signed guard Lonnie Walker.

July 11: Washington signed center Dwight Howard.

July 10: Golden State re-signed center Kevon Looney.

July 10: Los Angeles Lakers signed guards Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk and Lance Stephenson and center JaVale McGee.

July 10: Los Angeles Clippers signed forward Luc Richard Mbah a Moute.

July 10: Miami signed forward Duncan Robinson to a two-way contract.

July 10: Milwaukee signed guard Donte DiVincenzo.

July 10: San Antonio re-signed guard Bryn Forbes.

July 10: Washington signed forward Jeff Green.

July 9: Dallas signed guard Luka Doncic.

July 9: Denver re-signed guard Will Barton, forward Torrey Craig and center Nikola Jokic.

July 9: Indiana signed forward Kyle O’Quinn.

July 9: Los Angeles Clippers re-signed guard Avery Bradley and signed forward Mike Scott.

July 9: Los Angeles Lakers signed forward LeBron James.

July 9: New Orleans signed forward Julius Randle and re-signed guard Ian Clark.

July 8: Detroit waived center Eric Moreland.

July 8: Memphis signed forward Kyle Anderson.

July 8: New Orleans signed guard Elfrid Payton.

July 8: New York signed center Mitchell Robinson.

July 8: Houston re-signed guard Chris Paul.

July 7: Detroit signed guard Jose Manuel Calderon and forward Glenn Robinson III and waived guard Dwight Buycks.

July 7: Minnesota signed forward Anthony Tolliver.

July 7: Orlando traded center Bismack Biyombo and two second-round picks to Charlotte for center Timofey Mozgov and guard Jerian Grant from Chicago, who acquired guard Julyan Stone.

July 7: Phoenix signed guard Devin Booker to a contract extension.

July 7: Dallas signed guard Ryan Broekhoff.

July 7: Utah waived forward Jonas Jerebko.

July 7: Golden State re-signed forward Kevin Durant.

July 7: Sacramento waived forward Nigel Hayes.

July 7: Oklahoma City signed guard Deonte Burton to a two-way contract and re-signed forward Jerami Grant.

July 6: Philadelphia re-signed guard JJ Redick and traded the rights to guard Isaac Bonga to Los Angeles Lakers for a 2019 second-round pick and cash.

July 6: Los Angeles Lakers signed guards Rajon Rondo and Isaac Bonga and re-signed guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope.

July 6: Charlotte signed guard Devonte Graham.

July 6: Orlando re-signed forward Aaron Gordon and signed guards Melvin Frazier and Isaiah Briscoe.

July 6: Portland signed guards Seth Curry and Gary Trent Jr. and re-signed center Jusuf Nurkic.

July 6: Utah re-signed guards Dante Exum and Raul Neto and forward Derrick Favors.

July 6: Denver traded forward Wilson Chandler and a future second-round pick to Philadelphia for cash.

July 6: Oklahoma City re-signed forward Paul George and signed center Nerlens Noel.

July 6: Cleveland signed forward Billy Preston to a two-way contract.

July 6: Golden State signed center DeMarcus Cousins.

July 6: Phoenix signed guard Elie Okobo, forward Trevor Ariza and center Deandre Ayton.

July 6: Indiana signed guard Tyreke Evans and forward Doug McDermott and waived forward Alex Poythress.

July 6: Toronto re-signed guard Fred VanVleet.

July 6: Detroit signed guard Bruce Brown.

July 6: New York signed guard Mario Hezonja and re-signed center Luke Kornet.

July 6: Minnesota signed forward Keita Bates-Diop.

July 6: Houston signed guard Michael Carter-Williams.

July 6: Boston re-signed center Aaron Baynes.

July 6: Denver traded forward Wilson Chandler and a future second-round pick to Philadelphia for cash.

July 6: Brooklyn waived center Dwight Howard.

July 6: Sacramento signed guard Zach LaVine to an offer sheet.

July 6: Chicago matched the offer sheet tendered by Sacramento to guard Zach LaVine.

July 6: Memphis signed forward Kyle Anderson to an offer sheet.

July 6: Dallas signed center DeAndre Jordan and waived guard Kyle Collinsworth.

July 5: Houston signed forwards Gary Clark and Vincent Edwards and waived guard Aaron Jackson.

July 5: Portland signed guard Nik Stauskas.

July 5: Los Angeles Clippers signed center Angel Delgado to a two-way contract.

July 5: New York signed forward Kevin Knox.

July 5: Minnesota signed guard Jared Terrell to a two-way contract.

July 5: Boston signed forward Robert Williams.

July 4: Los Angeles Clippers signed guard Jerome Robinson.

July 4: Washington signed forward Troy Brown.

July 4: Cleveland signed guard Collin Sexton.

July 4: Minnesota re-signed guard Derrick Rose.

July 4: New York signed guard Allonzo Trier and forward Isaiah Hicks to two-way contracts.

July 4: Denver signed forward Michael Porter.

July 4: Philadelphia signed guard Landry Shamet.

July 3: Los Angeles Clippers signed guard Shai Gilgeous-Alexander.

July 4: Forward Joffrey Lauvergne signed with Fenerbahce (Turkey).

July 3: Orlando signed center Mohamed Bamba.

July 3: Chicago signed forward Chandler Hutchison and center Wendell Carter.

July 3: Dallas signed forward Johnathan Motley to a two-way contract.

July 3: Phoenix signed guard George King to a two-way contract.

July 2: Portland signed guard Anfernee Simons.

July 2: Philadelphia signed guard Zhaire Smith.

July 2: Washington signed forward Thomas Bryant.

July 2: Minnesota signed guard Josh Okogie.

July 2: Phoenix signed forward Mikal Bridges and center Deandre Ayton and waived forward Alan Williams.

July 2: Utah signed guard Grayson Allen.

July 2: Indiana waived forward Al Jefferson.

July 2: Golden State signed guard Jacob Evans.

July 2: Boston signed guard Brad Wanamaker.

July 2: Charlotte signed forward Miles Bridges and signed guard PJ Macura to a two-way contract.

July 1: Phoenix waived guard Tyler Ulis.

July 1: Los Angeles Lakers signed forward Malik Newman to a two-way contract.

July 1: Memphis signed forward Jaren Jackson.

July 1: Atlanta signed guards Trae Young and Kevin Huerter and forward Omari Spellman and guard Jaylen Adams to a two-way contract.

July 1: Miami re-signed guard Derrick Jones.

July 1: Sacramento signed forward Marvin Bagley.

July 1: Indiana signed guard Aaron Holiday.

July 1: Los Angeles Lakers signed forward Moritz Wagner.

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