NBA transactions: All the moves of the 2020-21 season

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NBA transactions: All the moves of the 2020-21 season

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NBA transactions: All the moves of the 2020-21 season

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December 19: Brooklyn claimed forward Paul Eboua off waivers and then waived him and waived guards Chris Chiozza and Elie Okobo.

December 19: Chicago waived center Simi Shittu.

December 19: Cleveland signed center Norvel Pelle and signed center Marques Bolden to a two-way contract.

December 19: Dallas waived guard Courtney Lee.

December 19: Golden State waived guards Axel Toupane, forward Juan Toscano-Anderson and center Kaleb Wesson.

December 19: Los Angeles Clippers waived forward Rayjon Tucker.

December 19: Miami waived guard BJ Johnson and signed guard Max Strus to a two-way contract.

December 19: Minnesota signed forward Zylan Cheatham and waived forward Ade Murkey.

December 19: Milwaukee waived guard Nik Stauskas and forward Treveon Graham.

December 19: New Orleans waived guards Rawle Alkins and Tony Carr, forward Jarrod Uthoff and center Ike Anigbogu and exercised the contract options on guard Nickeil Alexander-Walker, forward Zion Williamson and center Jaxson Hayes.

December 19: Sacramento waived forward Vince Edwards and center Frank Kaminsky.

December 19: San Antonio signed guard London Perrantes and waived guard Cam Reynolds and center Tyler Zeller.

December 19: Toronto waived forwards Alize Johnson, O’Shae Brissett and Henry Ellenson.

December 19: Washington signed forward Jordan Bell and waived guards Caleb Homesley and Marlon Taylor and forward Yoeli Childs.

December 18: Dallas waived forwards Freddie Gillespie and Devonte Patterson.

December 18: Los Angeles Clippers waived guard Rayjon Tucker.

December 18: Oklahoma City waived forward Admiral Schofield and TJ Leaf.

December 18: Utah signed guard Yogi Ferrell and forward Malcolm Miller.

December 17: Houston signed forward Trey Mourning and waived guards Jerian Grant and Trevelin Queen and forward Kenny Wooten.

December 17: Milwaukee waived forward EJ Montgomery and center Justin Patton.

December 17: New York signed guard Bryce Brown.

December 16: Brooklyn signed guard Elie Okobo and forward Kaiser Gates.

December 16: Memphis signed guard Shaq Buchanan, waived guard Zhaire Smith and exercised the contract option on guards Ja Morant and Grayson Allen, forward Brandon Clarke and center Jaren Jackson.

December 16: Miami signed and waived forward Paul Eboua.

December 16: Orlando exercised the contract option on center Mo Bamba through 2021-22.

December 15: Chicago waived forward Noah Vonleh.

December 15: Detroit waived forwards Anthony Lamb, LiAngelo Ball and Louis King.

December 15: Los Angeles Clippers waived guards Ky Bowman and Jordan Ford and forward Malik Fitts.

December 15: Memphis signed guard Zhaire Smith and forward Bennie Boatwright and waived guards Jahlil Tripp and Marko Guduric.

December 15: Milwaukee signed forward Giannis Antetokounmpo to a contract extension.

December 15: Philadelphia waived guard Derrick Walton and forward Ryan Broekhoff.

December 15: Utah waived guard Nigel Williams-Goss.

December 14: New York signed guard James Young.

December 12: New York signed forward Andrew White.

December 11: Brooklyn waived guard Jordan Bowden and forward Nate Sestina.

December 11: Dallas waived guard Jose Juan Barea.

December 11: Minnesota signed guard Charlie Brown.

December 11: Memphis signed guard Ahmad Caver and waived forward Mario Hezonja.

December 11: New York waived forward Skal Labissiere.

December 11: Sacramento waived guard Quinton Rose.

December 11: Utah signed guard Trevon Bluiett.

December 10: Denver exercised the contract option on forward Michael Porter through 2021-22.

December 10: Los Angeles Clippers signed forward Paul George to a contract extension.

December 9: Denver signed guard Monte Morris to a contract extension.

December 9: New York signed forward Skal Labissiere and waived guard Jacob Evans.

December 9: Oklahoma City signed guard Theo Maledon, signed forward Josh Hall to a two-way contract and waived center Omer Yurtseven.

December 9: Sacramento signed guard Quinton Rose.

December 9: Utah signed guard Shaquille Harrison.

December 8: New Orleans signed forward Naji Marshall to a two-way contract.

December 8: Oklahoma City signed center Omer Yurtseven and traded guards Danny Green and Terrance Ferguson and center Vincent Poirier to Philadelphia for forward Al Horford, a 2025 protected first-round pick and the draft rights to guards Theo Maledon and Vasilije Micic.

December 8: Philadelphia waived guard Justin Robinson and forward Lamine Diane.

December 7: Boston signed forward Amile Jefferson.

December 7: Philadelphia signed guard Justin Robinson.

December 4: Los Angeles Lakers re-signed guard Quinn Cook.

December 4: Miami signed guard BJ Johnson.

December 4: New Orleans signed guard Rawle Alkins.

December 4: Oklahoma City signed guard Frank Jackson.

December 4: Sacramento exercised the contract option on forward Marvin Bagley through 2021-22.

December 3: Detroit signed guard Louis King to a two-way contract and signed forwards LiAngelo Ball and Anthony Lamb.

December 3: Los Angeles Lakers re-signed forward Anthony Davis and signed forward LeBron James to a contract extension.

December 3: Miami waived forward Paul Eboua.

December 3: Minnesota signed forwards Rondae Hollis-Jefferson and guard Ade Murkey.

December 3: Oklahoma City signed guard Antonius Cleveland.

December 3: Philadelphia signed guards Tyrese Maxey, Derrick Walton and Ryan Broekhoff and forward Lamine Diane.

December 2: Detroit signed guard Wayne Ellington.

December 2: Milwaukee signed guard Treveon Graham.

December 2: Sacramento signed forward Glenn Robinson III.

December 2: Oklahoma City waived forward Zylan Cheatham.

December 2: Washington traded guard John Wall and a first-round pick to Houston for guard Russell Westbrook.

December 1: Brooklyn re-signed guard Chris Chiozza and signed guard Jordan Bowden and forward Nate Sestina.

December 1: Dallas re-signed guards Trey Burke and Jose Juan Barea and center Willie Cauley-Stein, signed guard Tyrell Terry, forwards Freddie Gillespie, Nate Hinton, Wes Iwundu and Devonte Patterson and exercised the contract option on guard Luka Doncic through 2021-22.

December 1: Denver signed guard RJ Hampton.

December 1: Detroit signed guard Deividas Sirvydis, forward Josh Jackson and centers Mason Plumlee and Jahlil Okafor and waived forward Zhaire Smith.

December 1: Houston signed guards Gerald Green, Trevelin Queen, Brodric Thomas and Jerian Grant, forward KJ Martin and center DeMarcus Cousins.

December 1: Los Angeles Clippers re-signed guard Reggie Jackson,signed guards Ky Bowman, Jordan Ford and Rayjon Tucker and forwards Nicolas Batum and Malik Fitts and waived center Joakim Noah.

December 1: Los Angeles Lakers signed forward Jared Dudley.

December 1: New Orleans re-signed guard Sindarius Thornwell and signed guard Tony Carr, forwards Wenyen Gabriel and Jarrod Uthoff and center Ike Anigbogu.

December 1: Oklahoma City waived guard Josh Gray and signed center Aleksej Pokusevski.

December 1: Toronto signed forward Yuta Watanabe.

December 1: Washington signed forwards Deni Avdija and Anthony Gill.

November 30: Boston signed guard Jeff Teague and forward Tristan Thompson.

November 30: Charlotte re-signed forward Bismack Biyombo and signed guards LaMelo Ball and Grant Riller and center Vernon Carey and Nick Richards and signed guard Nate Darling to a two-way contract.

November 30: Cleveland signed guard Charles Matthews and centers Thon Maker and Marques Bolden.

November 30: Denver signed guard Markus Howard to a two-way contract and signed guard Facundo Campazzo and forward Isaiah Hartenstein.

November 30: Detroit signed guards Killian Hayes and Saben Lee and forwards Isaiah Stewart and Saddiq Bey.

November 30: Miami signed guard Max Strus.

November 30: New Orleans signed guard Kira Lewis and re-signed forward Brandon Ingram.

November 30: Philadelphia signed guard Isaiah Joe and forwards Justin Anderson and Paul Reed.

November 30: Phoenix signed guard Langston Galloway.

November 30: Sacramento signed guard Robert Woodard and center Frank Kaminsky.

November 30: Washington signed forward Yoeli Childs.

November 29: Boston re-signed forward Gordon Hayward and traded him to Charlotte along with two second-round picks for a protected second-round pick.

November 29: Charlotte waived forward Nicolas Batum.

November 29: Indiana signed guard Cassius Stanley to a two-way contract and signed guard Naz Long, forwards Rayshaun Hammonds, JaKarr Sampson and Kelan Martin and center Amida Brimah.

November 29: Minnesota signed guard Anthony Edwards, forward Jaden McDaniels and center Tyler Cook.

November 29: New York re-signed guard Elfrid Payton and signed guard Myles Powell.

November 29: Phoenix re-signed forward Dario Saric and signed forward Johnathan Motley.

November 29: San Antonio signed forward Cam Reynolds and signed forward Keita Bates-Diop to a two-way contract.

November 28: Atlanta signed guard Kris Dunn.

November 28: Cleveland signed forward Lamar Stevens to a two-way contract and waived guard Rayjon Tucker.

November 28: Los Angeles Clippers signed center Daniel Oturu.

November 28: Memphis signed guard Jahlil Tripp and forward Xavier Tillman.

November 28: Miami re-signed forward Udonis Haslem and signed forward Bam Adebayo to a contract extension.

November 28: Milwaukee signed guard DJ Augustin.

November 28: Minnesota signed guard Ashton Hagans to a two-way contract.

November 28: New York signed guard Immanuel Quickley and forward Michael Kidd-Gilchrist.

November 28: Phoenix signed guard E’Twaun Moore, forward Jae Crowder and center Damian Jones.

November 28: Sacramento re-signed guard DaQuan Jeffries and signed forward Chimezie Metu.

November 27: Brooklyn signed forward Reggie Perry and re-signed guard Tyler Johnson.

November 27: Chicago signed guards Zach Norvell and Garett Temple and forward Noah Vonleh.

November 27: Golden State signed forward James Wiseman and signed guard Nico Mannion to a two-way contract.

November 27: Houston re-signed guard Austin Rivers and traded him to New York along with the draft rights to guard Sergio Llull and forwards Tadija Dragicevic and Alex Hervelle for the draft right to guard Issuf Sanon.

November 27: Indiana re-signed forward Brian Bowen to a two-way contract.

November 27: Los Angeles Clippers signed forward Serge Ibaka.

November 27: Oklahoma City acquired Trevor Ariza from Detroit and forward Justin Jackson, a 2023 second-round pick and a 2026 second-round pick from Dallas, who acquired forward James Johnson.

November 27: Orlando signed guards Karim Mane and Jordan Bone to two-way contracts and signed guard Devin Cannady, forward Robert Franks and center Jon Teske.

November 27: Philadelphia signed guard Dakota Mathias to a two-way contract.

November 27: Sacramento signed guard Tyrese Haliburton and center Hassan Whiteside.

November 27: San Antonio signed guards Devin Vassell and Tre Jones.

November 27: Utah traded Rayjon Tucker and a 2017 second-round pick to Cleveland for cash considerations.

November 27: Washington signed guard Cassius Winston to a two-way contract.

November 26: Houston re-signed forward Bruno Caboclo, signed guards  Sterling Brown and forward Jae’Sean Tate and signed guard Mason Jones to a two-way contract.

November 26: Los Angeles Lakers signed forward Kostas Antetokounmpo to a two-way contract.

November 26: Toronto signed guard Malachi Flynn and forward Henry Ellenson and waived center Dewan Hernandez.

November 25: Atlanta signed forward Solomon Hill.

November 25: Boston signed forward Jayson Tatum to a contract extension.

November 25: Denver signed forward Bol Bol to a standard contract.

November 25: Los Angeles Clippers re-signed forwards Marcus Morris and Patrick Patterson.

November 25: Memphis signed guard Desmond Bane.

November 25: Miami signed forward Paul Eboua and center Precious Achiuwa.

November 25: Milwaukee signed forward Torrey Craig.

November 25: New York signed center Nerlens Noel.

November 25: Oklahoma City traded guard Jalen Lecque to Indiana for forward TJ Leaf and a second-round pick.

November 25: Orlando re-signed forward James Ennis.

November 25: Portland signed guard Keljin Blevins to a two-way contract.

November 25: Sacramento traded the rights to guard KJ Martin to Houston for cash considerations and a second-round pick.

November 25: Toronto signed guard DeAndre Bembry and center Alex Len and re-signed forward Chris Boucher.

November 25: Utah signed guard Jake Toolson and signed guards Trent Forrest and forward Jarrell Brantley to two-way contracts.

November 24: Atlanta signed guard Bogdan Bogdanovic and forward Onyeka Okongwu and signed guard Skylar Mays and center Nathan Knight to two-way contracts.

November 24: Boston signed guards Aaron Nesmith and Payton Pritchard.

November 24: Cleveland re-signed guard Matthew Dellavedova and signed guard Damyean Dotson.

November 24: Denver signed forward Greg Whittington to a two-way contract.

November 24: Detroit waived center Dewayne Dedmon.

November 24: Houston traded guard Trevor Ariza, the draft rights to forward Isaiah Stewart, a second-round pick and cash considerations to Detroit for forward Christian Wood, a first-round pick and a second-round pick.

November 24: Los Angeles Clippers waived center Justin Patton.

November 24: Los Angeles Lakers signed center Marc Gasol and waived forward Jordan Bell.

November 24: Memphis signed forward Killian Tillie and guard Sean McDermott to two-way contracts.

November 24: Milwaukee signed guards Bryn Forbes and forward Bobby Portis and signed guard Jaylen Adams to a two-way contract.

November 24: New Orleans completed a four-team trade with Denver, Milwaukee and Oklahoma City. Pelicans get Thunder center Steven Adams, Bucks guard Eric Bledsoe and two future first-round draft picks from Milwaukee. Bucks get guard Jrue Holiday and the draft rights to guard Sam Merrill from New Orleans. Nuggets get the draft rights to guard RJ Hampton. Thunder get a future first-round draft pick from Denver, Bucks guard George Hill, Pelicans forwards Darius Miller, guard Kenrich Williams and Zylan Cheatham, Pelicans guard Josh Gray and two second-round draft picks.

November 24: New Orleans signed center Willy Hernangomez.

November 24: New York traded forward Ed Davis to Minnesota for guard Jacob Evans, forward Omari Spellman and a second-round pick.

November 24: Oklahoma City re-signed forward Danilo Gallinari and traded him along with cash considerations to Atlanta for a conditional second-round pick, and acquired forward Trevor Ariza from Detroit, who acquired guard Delon Wright from Dallas.

November 24: Orlando re-signed guard Michael Carter-Williams and signed guard Dwayne Bacon.

November 24: Phoenix signed forward Jalen Smith.

November 24: Sacramento signed guard De’Aaron Fox to a contract extension.

November 24: San Antonio re-signed center Jakob Poeltl and re-signed guard Quinndary Weatherspoon to a two-way contract.

November 24: Toronto re-signed guard Fred VanVleet and signed center Aron Baynes.

November 24: Utah signed forward Elijah Hughes and centers Udoka Azubuike and Derrick Favors.

November 23: Atlanta signed guard Rajon Rondo.

November 23: Boston re-signed guard Tremont Waters and center Tacko Fall to two-way contracts.

November 23: Brooklyn re-signed guard Joe Harris and signed forward Jeff Green.

November 23: Cleveland traded forwards Alfonzo McKinnie and Jordan Bell to Los Angeles Lakers for center JaVale McGee and a 2026 second-round draft pick.

November 23: Detroit traded center Tony Bradley to Philadelphia for forward Zhaire Smith.

November 23: Golden State signed guards Brad Wanamaker and Kent Bazemore.

November 23: Los Angeles Clippers signed guard Jay Scrubb to a two-way contract.

November 23: Los Angeles Lakers traded center JaVale McGee and a 2026 second-round to Cleveland for forwards Alfonzo McKinnie and Jordan Bell.

November 23: Los Angeles Lakers re-signed forward Markieff Morris.

November 23: Miami signed guard Avery Bradley and forward Moe Harkless.

November 23: Milwaukee re-signed guard Pat Connaughton, signed forward Jordan Nwora, signed forward Mamadi Diakite to a two-way contract and traded a 2025 second-round pick to Cleveland for the draft rights to forward Ilkan Karaman.

November 23: New York signed forward Obi Toppin, signed guard Jared Harper to a two-way contract and traded cash considerations to Utah for forward Ed Davis.

November 23: Orlando re-signed guard Gary Clark.

November 23: Phoenix re-signed guard Jevon Carter, signed guard Ty-Shon Alexander to a two-way contract and waived forward Elie Okobo.

November 23: San Antonio re-signed forward Drew Eubanks.

November 23: Utah re-signed guard Jordan Clarkson and signed guard Donovan Mitchell to a contract extension.

November 22: Atlanta signed guard Bogdan Bogdanovic to an offer sheet.

November 22: Chicago re-signed guard Adam Mokoka to a two-way contract.

November 22: Denver waived forward Keita Bates-Diop.

November 22: Detroit traded cash considerations to Utah for center Tony Bradley and the draft rights to guard Saben Lee.

November 22: Los Angeles Lakers re-signed guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and signed center Montrezl Harrell.

November 22: Memphis re-signed guards John Konchar and De’Anthony Melton and forward Jontay Porter.

November 22: Miami re-signed guard Goran Dragic and center Meyers Leonard.

November 22: New York signed guard Alec Burks.

November 22: Portland signed forwards Derrick Jones, CJ Elleby and Harry Giles and re-signed guard Rodney Hood and forward Carmelo Anthony.

November 22: Washington signed center Robin Lopez.

November 22: Chicago signed guard Devon Dotson to a two-way contract.

November 22: Golden State traded a first-round pick and a second-round pick to Oklahoma City for forward Kelly Oubre.

November 22: Houston traded forward Robert Covington to Portland for guard Trevor Ariza, the draft rights to forward Isaiah Stewart and a conditional future first-round pick.

November 22: Indiana re-signed guard Justin Holiday.

November 22: Los Angeles Lakers signed guard Wesley Matthews.

November 22: Philadelphia waived forward Norvel Pelle.

November 22: Washington re-signed forward Davis Bertans and signed guards Raul Neto and Garrison Mathews to a two-way contract.

November 21: Chicago signed forward Patrick Williams.

November 21: Houston claimed forward Kenny Wooten off waivers.

November 21: Washington signed forward Caleb Homesley.

November 20: Chicago signed guard Denzel Valentine to a qualifying offer.

November 20: Cleveland signed guard Isaac Okoro.

November 20: Dallas signed forward Tyler Bey to a two-way contract.

November 20: Golden State waived guard Ky Bowman.

November 20: Miami signed guard Gabe Vincent to a two-way contract.

November 20: Boston completed a three-team trade with Portland and Memphis. Celtics get two future second-round picks; Blazers get center Enes Kanter and cash considerations; Grizzlies get the draft rights to guard Desmond Bane and guard Mario Hezonja.

November 20: Orlando signed guard Cole Anthony.

November 20: Philadelphia signed center Dwight Howard and waived guard Marial Shayok.

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