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NBA Free Agency 2017: Transaction and Rumor Tracker

We’re tracking the latest rumors and transactions from NBA Free Agency.

Golden State Warriors v Portland Trail Blazers - Game Four Photo by Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images

Welcome to the 2017 edition of NBA Free Agency. While players cannot technically sign contracts, many major free agents have already agreed to terms with teams. However, the Portland Trail Blazers are not one of those teams. Armed with only the Taxpayer MLE to offer and a salary total that already enters Luxury Tax territory, they have not been involved in any free agency rumors.

Hot Right Now!

Kevin Durant agrees to 2 years, $53 million to stay with Golden State. The second year is an option.

Carmelo Anthony willing to waive no-trade clause to join the Rockets or Cavs. However, the Rockets are not actively in talks for him.

Moving To New Teams

Paul Millsap joins the Nuggets for 3 years, $90 million

PJ Tucker joins the Houston Rockets

Taj Gibson joins the Wolves for 2 years, $28 million

JJ Redick agreed to a 1 year, $23 million deal with Philadelphia

Amir Johnson agreed to a 1 year, $11 million deal with Philly

Chris Paul traded to Rockets, opted in to final year at $24.6 million

Jeff Teague headed to the Timberwolves on a 3-year, $57 million deal

Paul George traded to OKC for Victor Oladipo and Domantas Sabonis

Ricky Rubio traded to Jazz for 2018 first-round pick

Langston Galloway headed to the Pistons on a 3-year, $21 million deal

Jose Calderon agreed to a 1 year deal with Cleveland

Hornets get Michael Carter-Williams for a very small price


Serge Ibaka re-signs with the Raptors for 3 years, $65 million

The Warriors are keeping Andre Iguodala with a 3 year, $48 million deal

The Utah Jazz bring back their beloved 3-and-D guy, Joe Ingles, at $13 million per season.

Jrue Holiday maxes out for 5 years, $125 million with Pelicans

David West re-signs with Warriors for one year

Shaun Livingston staying in Golden State with a 3-year, $24 million deal

Warriors finalizing 5-year, $201 million max deal with Steph Curry

Tony Snell to remain with Bucks for 4 years, $46 million

Bulls to retain Cristian Feliciano for 4 years, $32 million

Patty Mills to re-up in San Antonio for 4 years, $50 million

Blake Griffin to re-sign with Clippers for 5 years, $173 million, per report


Enes Kanter hints that Oklahoma City will sign Rudy Gay

Phoenix prioritizes retaining Alan Williams over Alex Len

Houston may be bringing the whip, but there will be no Nene

Phoenix is looking at absorbing salary dumps and going young

Cleveland is negotiating a trade of Iman Shumpert to the Rockets

The Lakers waived Tarik Black

Knicks interested in Suns forward-center Alan Williams

Rockets offer contract to Andre Iguodala after “excellent” meeting

Multiple teams interested in trading for Cavaliers guard Iman Shumpert

Nene did NOT agree to terms with the Rockets, and is back on the market, but Houston is optimistic

Raptors believe they will retain Lowry and Ibaka, maybe not Tucker

The Kings are interested in Zach Randolph and Taj Gibson

Paul Millsap could join the Timberwolves, has meeting set

The Cavs are eyeing Jose Calderon

Teams aren’t bothering to call Kevin Durant

The Pelicans are kicking the tires on Ty Lawson and Nick Young

Michael Carter-Williams is reportedly garnering interest

Wizards offer John Wall supermax extension but he isn’t ready to accept it yet