NBA transactions: All the moves of the 2019-20 season

NBA transactions: All the moves of the 2019-20 season


NBA transactions: All the moves of the 2019-20 season

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September 5: Charlotte signed guard Ahmed Hill to a two-way contract.

September 5: Denver signed forward Bol Bol to a two-way contract.

September 4: Cleveland waived guards Levi Randolph and Malik Newman and signed guards Sindarius Thornwell, JP Macura and Daniel Hamilton and center Marques Bolden.

September 4: Houston signed guard Eric Gordon to an extension and signed guards William McDowell-White and Shamorie Ponds.

September 4: Indiana signed center Amida Brimah.

September 4: Miami signed guard Davon Reed.

September 4: Memphis signed guard Matt Mooney.

September 4: Minnesota signed guard Lindell Wigginton.

August 29: Dallas claimed center Aric Holman off waivers.

August 27: Atlanta signed guard Armoni Brooks.

August 27: Los Angeles Lakers waived center Aric Holman.

August 27: Guard Jeremy Lin signed with Beijing Ducks (China).

August 26: Brooklyn signed guard Caris LeVert to a contract extension.

August 26: Los Angeles Lakers signed center Dwight Howard.

August 24: Memphis waived center Dwight Howard.

August 23: Atlanta signed forward Marcus Derrickson.

August 23: Los Angeles Clippers signed forward Terry Larrier.

August 22: Utah signed guard Trevon Bluiett and forward Juwan Morgan.

August 20: Milwaukee signed guards Jaylen Adams and Rayjon Tucker.

August 19: Dallas re-signed guard Jose Juan Barea.

August 19: Guard Jerryd Bayless signed with Sichuan Blue Whales (China).

August 15: Cleveland signed forward Jarell Martin.

August 15: Washington waived guard Tarik Phillip.

August 15: Los Angeles Clippers signed forward Patrick Patterson.

August 14: Forward Jonas Jerebko signed with Khimki Moscow (Russia).

August 13: Forward Alan Williams signed with Lokomotiv Kuban (Russia).

August 13: Denver signed guard PJ Dozier and signed forward Tyler Cook to a two-way contract.

August 13: Los Angeles Lakers signed guard Demetrius Jackson.

August 13: Orlando signed guard Hassani Gravett.

August 13: Oklahoma City signed center Justin Patton.

August 9: Charlotte signed center Thomas Welsh.

August 8: Atlanta signed guard Brandon Goodwin to a two-way contract.

August 8: Charlotte signed guards Joe Chealey and Josh Perkins.

August 8: Minnesota signed forward Kalen Martin to a two-way contract.

August 8: Philadelphia signed forward Isaiah Miles.

August 8: Guard Lance Stephenson signed with Liaoning Flying Leopards (China).

August 7: Dallas signed forward Isaiah Roby.

August 6: Cleveland signed guards Levi Randolph and Malik Newman.

August 6: Miami re-signed forward Udonis Haslem.

August 6: Minnesota signed guard Jaylen Nowell.

August 5: Forward Sam Dekker signed with Lokomotiv Kuban (Russia).

August 3: Golden State signed forward Draymond Green to a contract extension.

August 2: Indiana signed forward JaKarr Sampson.

August 2: Toronto waived guard Jordan Loyd.

August 1: Denver signed forward Vlatko Cancar.

August 1: Oklahoma City waived forward Patrick Patterson.

August 1: Guard Nik Stauskas signed with Baskonia (Spain).

July 31: Center Timofey Mozgov signed with Khimki Moscow (Russia).

July 31: Guard Ron Baker signed with CSKA Moscow (Russia).

July 31: Atlanta signed forward Raymond Spalding.

July 31: Charlotte signed forward Cody Martin.

July 31: Golden State signed guard Ky Bowman to a two-way contract.

July 31: Indiana signed guard Justin Holiday and signed guard Naz Long to a two-way contract.

July 31: Memphis signed guard Marko Guduric.

July 30: Brooklyn signed forward Deng Adel.

July 30: Denver waived center Thomas Welsh.

July 30: Houston waived guard Chris Chiozza and forward Deyonta Davis.

July 30: Milwaukee signed forward Dragan Bender.

July 30: Orlando signed guard DaQuan Jeffries and forward Vic Law and signed forward Amile Jefferson to a two-way contract.

July 30: Philadelphia signed guard Trey Burke.

July 30: Portland signed guard CJ McCollum to a contract extension.

July 30: Sacramento signed forward Isaiah Pineiro.

July 29: Dallas signed guards Josh Reaves to a two-way contract.

July 29: Golden State signed guard Damion Lee to a two-way contract.

July 29: Indiana signed guards TJ McConnell and Edmond Sumner.

July 29: Miami waived forward Yante Maten.

July 26: Dallas signed guard Dakota Mathias.

July 26: Los Angeles Clippers signed guard Derrick Walton.

July 26: Milwaukee signed guards Frank Mason and Cam Reynolds to two-way contracts and signed forward Luke Maye.

July 26: Oklahoma City waived forward Donte Grantham.

July 25: Center Greg Monroe signed with Bayern Munich (Germany).

July 25: Dallas signed guard Antonius Cleveland to a two-way contract.

July 25: Portland signed center Pau Gasol.

July 25: Boston signed guard Javonte Green and center Tacko Fall and signed guard Tremont Waters to a two-way contract.

July 25: Houston signed forward Anthony Bennett.

July 25: Milwaukee signed guard Kyle Korver and forward Dragan Bender.

July 25: Philadelphia re-signed guard Furkan Korkmaz.

July 25: New Orleans signed forward Nicolo Melli.

July 25: Phoenix signed guard David Kramer.

July 24: Denver signed guard Jamal Murray to a contract extension.

July 24: Golden State signed guard Ky Bowman to a two-way contract.

July 24: Los Angeles Clippers signed forward Johnathan Motley to a two-way contract.

July 24: Toronto signed guard Cameron Payne.

July 24: Dallas signed center Boban Marjanovic.

July 24: New Orleans signed guard Josh Gray and forward Zylan Cheatham to two-way contracts.

July 24: Orlando signed guard Josh Magette to a two-way contract.

July 23: Houston signed guard Ben McLemore.

July 23: Phoenix signed forward Cheick Diallo.

July 23: San Antonio signed forward Dedric Lawson.

July 23: Toronto signed forwards Devin Robinson and Sagaba Konate.

July 22: Houston re-signed guard Gerald Green.

July 22: Los Angeles Lakers claimed forward Kostas Antetokounmpo off waivers.

July 22: Milwaukee waived guard Bonzie Colson.

July 22: Philadelphia signed center Christ Koumadje.

July 21: New Orleans re-signed forward Darius Miller.

July 20: Los Angeles Lakers signed forward Jordan Caroline.

July 20: Minnesota signed guard Jordan McLaughlin to a two-way contract.

July 20: Toronto signed forward Oshae Brissett to a two-way contract.

July 19: Boston signed guard Max Strus to a two-way contract.

July 19: Dallas waived forward Kostas Antetokounmpo.

July 19: Sacramento waived guard BJ Johnson.

July 19: Utah signed guards Emmanuel Mudiay and Nigel Williams-Goss and forwards Jeff Green and Ed Davis.

July 18: Chicago signed guard Shaquille Harrison and center Luke Kornet.

July 18: Houston signed center Tyson Chandler.

July 18: Los Angeles Clippers re-signed forward JaMychal Green.

July 18: Minnesota signed forward Naz Reid.

July 18: Phoenix signed guard Jared Harper and forward Tariq Owens.

July 18: Toronto signed guard Matt Thomas.

July 17: Boston signed center Enes Kanter and re-signed guard Brad Wanamaker and forward Daniel Theis.

July 17: Brooklyn signed guard David Nwaba and signed forward Henry Ellenson to a two-way contract.

July 17: Detroit claimed forward Christian Wood off waivers.

July 17: Phoenix signed forward Frank Kaminsky.

July 17: Sacramento signed forward Tyler Lydon.

July 17: Utah signed forwards Stanton Kidd and William Howard.

July 16: Houston re-signed guard Austin Rivers and forward Danuel House.

July 16: Milwaukee signed forward Thanasis Antetokounmpo.

July 16: New York signed guard Reggie Bullock.

July 16: Oklahoma City traded guard Russell Westbrook to Houston for guard Chris Paul, two protected first-round picks and other draft considerations.

July 16: Philadelphia signed forward Ben Simmons to a contract extension.

July 16: Phoenix re-signed forward Kelly Oubre.

July 16: Sacramento signed forward Richaun Holmes.

July 16: Utah signed guard Justin Wright-Foreman and forward Jarrell Brantley to two-way contracts.

July 15: Boston signed guard Carsen Edwards and center Vincent Poirier.

July 15: Cleveland waived guard JR Smith.

July 15: Indiana signed center Goga Bitadze.

July 15: Miami signed forward Kyle Alexander.

July 15: New Orleans signed guard JJ Redick and waived forward Christian Wood.

July 15: New York signed forward Marcus Morris.

July 15: Toronto signed center Dewan Hernandez.

July 15: Utah signed guard Miye Oni.

July 14: Guard Jimmer Fredette signed with Panathinaikos (Greece).

July 13: Atlanta waived guard Jaylen Adams.

July 13: Los Angeles Lakers signed guard Talen Horton-Tucker.

July 13: Washington signed guard Justin Robinson and forward Admiral Schofield.

July 12: Dallas re-signed forward Kristaps Porzingis.

July 12: Minnesota signed forward Jordan Bell.

July 12: Milwaukee signed guard Wesley Matthews and center Robin Lopez.

July 12: Philadelphia signed guard Raul Neto and forward James Ennis.

July 12: San Antonio signed forward Trey Lyles.

July 11: Atlanta signed forward Jabari Parker.

July 11: Dallas re-signed forward Dorian Finney-Smith.

July 11: Chicago re-signed guard Ryan Arcidiacono.

July 11: Golden State re-signed forward Kevon Looney and signed guard Alec Burks.

July 11: Los Angeles Clippers re-signed guard Patrick Beverley.

July 11: Memphis signed guard Tyus Jones and re-signed center Jonas Valanciunas.

July 11: Miami signed guard Jeremiah Martin and forward Chris Silva.

July 11: Milwaukee re-signed forward Khris Middleton.

July 11: Philadelphia signed center Kyle O’Quinn.

July 11: Toronto signed forward Stanley Johnson.

July 10: Boston waived forward Guerschon Yabusele and signed guard Romeo Langford and forward Grant Williams.

July 10: Dallas signed guard Seth Curry and re-signed forward Maxi Kleber.

July 10: Golden State waived guard Shaun Livingston and re-signed guard Klay Thompson.

July 10: Los Angeles Clippers signed forward Kawhi Leonard and re-signed guard Rodney McGruder and center Ivica Zubac.

July 10: Miami signed guard Tyler Herro.

July 10: Oklahoma City signed forward Mike Muscala and traded forward Paul George to Los Angeles Clippers for guard Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, forward Danilo Gallinari and first-round picks in 2021, 2022, 2023, 2024 and 2026 and the right to swap first-round picks in 2023 and 2025.

July 10: Orlando re-signed guard Michael-Carter Williams and forward Khem Birch.

July 10: Philadelphia signed forward Al Horford and re-signed forward Tobias Harris.

July 10: Sacramento signed guard Justin James.

July 10: Washington signed guard Isaiah Thomas.

July 9: Charlotte signed forward Robert Franks to a two-way contract.

July 9: Golden State signed forward Glenn Robinson III.

July 9: Los Angeles Clippers guard Terance Mann and forward Mfiondu Kabengele and signed forward Amir Coffey to a two-way contract.

July 9: Los Angeles Lakers signed Devontae Cacok and center Aric Holman.

July 9: Memphis signed guard Tyus Jones to an offer sheet.

July 9: Milwaukee signed guard George Hill and waived forward Jon Leuer.

July 9: Washington signed guard Ishmael Smith.

July 8: Brooklyn re-signed forward Theo Pinson and signed forwards Garrett Temple and Wilson Chandler.

July 8: Chicago signed guard Daniel Gafford.

July 8: Dallas traded two future second-round picks and the draft rights to center Satnam Singh to Memphis for guard Delon Wright.

July 8: Detroit signed guard Jordan Bone to a two-way contract.

July 8: Golden State traded center Damian Jones and a 2026 second-round pick to Atlanta for center Omari Spellman and signed forwards Eric Paschall and Alen Smailagic and center Willie Cauley-Stein; traded guard Shabazz Napier, forward Treveon Graham and other considerations to Minnesota for the draft rights to forward Lior Eliyahu.

July 8: Los Angeles Lakers re-signed guard Rajon Rondo and signed guard forward Avery Bradley.

July 8: Memphis signed guard John Konchar to a two-way contract.

July 8: Minnesota traded the rights to center Bojan Dubljevic to Portland for forward Jake Layman, signed guard Jarrett Culver and forward Noah Vonleh and claimed guard Tyrone Wallace off waivers.

July 8: New York signed guards Elfrid Payton and Wayne Ellington and forwards Bobby Portis, Julius Randle and Taj Gibson.

July 8: Oklahoma City traded forward Jerami Grant to Denver for a 2020 first-round pick.

July 8: Phoenix signed guard Ricky Rubio and waived guard Kyle Korver.

July 8: Sacramento re-signed forward Harrison Barnes and signed center Dewayne Dedmon.

July 8: San Antonio re-signed forward Rudy Gay and signed guard forward Quinndary Weatherspoon to a two-way contract.

July 8: Toronto re-signed guard Patrick McCaw.

July 7: Atlanta signed forwards De’Andre Hunter and Bruno Fernando.

July 7: Brooklyn signed forward Nicolas Claxton, re-signed guard D’Angelo Russell and traded him along with guard Shabazz Napier and forward Treveon Graham to Golden State for forward Kevin Durant and a protected 2020 first-round pick.

July 7: Charlotte re-signed guard Kemba Walker and traded him to Boston along with a future second-round pick for guard Terry Rozier and a future protected second-round pick.

July 7: Golden State traded forward Andre Iguodala and a future first-round draft pick to Memphis for the two-way rights to forward Julian Washburn.

July 7: Indiana signed guard Jeremy Lamb.

July 7: Los Angeles Lakers re-signed guard Alex Caruso and signed guard signed guard Troy Daniels and forward Jared Dudley.

July 7: Memphis traded forward Chandler Parsons to Atlanta for forward Solomon Hill and center Miles Plumlee.

July 7: Miami signed forward KZ Okpala.

July 7: New Orleans signed guard Nickeil Alexander-Walker and center Jaxson Hayes and waived forward Dairis Bertans.

July 7: Oklahoma City signed forward Darius Bazley.

July 7: Philadelphia re-signed guard Shake Milton and signed guard Marial Shayok to a two-way contract.

July 7: Phoenix traded guard De’Anthony Melton, forward Josh Jackson and two second-round picks to Memphis for guards Kyle Korver and Jevon Carter.

July 7: Sacramento signed guard Kyle Guy to a two-way contract and signed forward Trevor Ariza.

July 7: Utah traded forward Derrick Favors to New Orleans for 2021 and 2023 second-round picks and signed forward Bojan Bogdanovic.

July 7: Washington re-signed guard Tomas Satoransky and traded him to Chicago for a 2020 second-round pick, re-signed center Thomas Bryant and waived guard Jonathon Simmons.

July 6: Atlanta traded the draft rights to guards Nickeil Alexander-Walker and Marcos Louzada and center Jaxson Hayes and a conditional 2020 first-round pick to New Orleans for forward Solomon Hill and the draft rights to guard Jordan Bone and forward De’Andre Hunter and a future second-round pick.

July 6: Boston traded center Aron Baynes and the draft rights to guard Ty Jerome to Phoenix for a 2020 first-round pick.

July 6: Brooklyn signed guard Kyrie Irving and center DeAndre Jordan and traded guard Allen Crabbe, a conditional 2020 first-round pick and the draft rights to guard Nickeil Alexander-Walker to Atlanta for forward Taurean Prince and a 2021 second-round pick.

July 6: Chicago signed forward Thaddeus Young and waived guard Shaquille Harrison y Walter Lemon Jr.

July 6: Dallas signed forward Dwight Powell to a contract extension.

July 6: Detroit signed guards Tim Frazier and Derrick Rose and forward Markieff Morris.

July 6: Los Angeles Clippers waived guards Tyrone Wallace and Sindarius Thornwell.

July 6: Los Angeles Lakers signed guards Quinn Cook and Danny Green and center DeMarcus Cousins and re-signed guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and center JaVale McGee.

July 6: Memphis waived guard Avery Bradley, traded guard Mike Conley to Utah for guards Grayson Allen and Kyle Korver, forward Jae Crowder, the draft rights to forward Darius Bazley and a 2020 first-round pick and traded the draft rights to forward Darius Bazley and a 2024 second-round pick to Oklahoma City for the draft rights to forward Brandon Clarke, whom they signed right away.

July 6: Memphis traded traded guard CJ Miles to Washington for center Dwight Howard.

July 6: Miami traded guard Josh Richardson to Philadelphia, center Hassan Whiteside to Portland and a conditionally protected future first-round to Los Angeles Clippers for forward Jimmy Butler from Philadelphia, center Meyers Leonard from Portland and cash considerations from Los Angeles Clippers, who acquired forward Moe Harkless from Portland and the draft rights to forward Mathias Lessort from Philadelphia.

July 6: Miami waived forward Ryan Anderson.

July 6: Milwaukee re-signed center Brook Lopez and signed guard Malcolm Brogdon and traded him to Indiana for a future first-round pick and two future second round-picks.

July 6: Minnesota traded forward Dario Saric and the draft rights to forward Cameron Johnson to Phoenix for the draft rights to forward Jarrett Culver.

July 6: New Orleans traded forward Anthony Davis to Los Angeles Lakers for guards Lonzo Ball and Josh Hart, forward Brandon Ingram, the draft rights to forward De’Andre Hunter, two first-round picks, a first-round pick swap right and cash; Los Angeles Lakers traded guard Jemerrio Jones, forwards Isaac Bonga and Moritz Wagner and a future second-round pick to Washington, who traded cash to New Orleans.

July 6: New York signed forward Ignas Brazdeikis.

July 6: Oklahoma City re-signed center Nerlens Noel and signed guard Luguentz Dort to a two-way contract.

July 6: Orlando waived center Timofey Mozgov, re-signed guard Terrence Ross and center Nikola Vucevic and signed forward Al-Farouq Aminu.

July 6: Philadelphia traded the draft rights to center Bruno Fernando to Atlanta for the draft rights to guard Jordan Bone and two second-round picks.

July 6: Phoenix signed guard Ty Jerome and Jalen Lecque and forward Cameron Johnson and traded the draft rights to forward KZ Okpala to Miami and forward TJ Warren to Indiana for cash considerations from Indiana, who acquired three second-round picks from Miami.

July 6: Portland signed guard Damian Lillard to a contract extension and re-signed guard Rodney Hood.

July 6: Sacramento signed guard Cory Joseph.

July 6: San Antonio traded forward Davis Bertans to Washington and the draft rights to forward Nemanja Dagubic to Brooklyn for forward DeMarre Carroll from Brooklyn, who acquired the draft rights to forward Aaron White from Washington.

July 6: Forward Nikola Mirotic signed with FC Barcelona (Spain).

July 5: Golden State signed guard Jordan Poole.

July 5: Minnesota signed guard Naz Reid to a two-way contract.

July 4: Chicago signed guard Adam Mokoka to a two-way contract.

July 4: Detroit signed forward Sekou Doumbouya and signed forward Louis King to a two-way contract.

July 4: Washington signed guard Garrison Mathews to a two-way contract.

July 4: Sacramento waived guard Frank Mason.

July 3: Charlotte signed forward PJ Washington.

July 3: Cleveland signed guard Kevin Porter and signed forward Dean Wade to a two-way contract.

July 3: Houston signed guards Chris Clemons, Shamorie Ponds and forwards William McDowell-White.

July 3: Philadelphia signed guard Matisse Thybulle.

July 3: Portland signed forwards Mario Hezonja and Anthony Tolliver.

July 2: Atlanta signed guard Charlie Brown to a two-way contract.

July 2: Charlotte waived guard Tony Parker.

July 2: New York signed forward RJ Barrett.

July 2: Philadelphia signed center Norvel Pelle.

July 1: Atlanta signed forward Cam Reddish.

July 1: Chicago signed guard Coby White.

July 1: Cleveland signed guard Darius Garland and forward Dylan Windler.

July 1: Los Angeles Lakers signed guard Zach Norvell to a two-way contract.

July 1: Indiana signed guard CJ Wilcox and forward JaKeenan Gant and signed forward Brian Bowen to a two-way contract.

July 1: Memphis signed guard Ja Morant.

July 1: Milwaukee waived guard George Hill.

July 1: New Orleans signed forward Zion Williamson.

July 1: Portland signed forward Nassir Little and forward Jaylen Hoard to a two-way contract.

July 1: San Antonio signed guard Keldon Johnson and forward Luka Samanic.

July 1: Utah waived guard Raul Neto.

July 1: Washington signed forward Rui Hachimura.

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