The opening day of NBA free agency featured quickly-formed deals that included lucrative sums of money. The Trail Blazers retained Norman Powell and landed veteran free agents Cody Zeller and Ben McLemore.
Day two has arrived and there are plenty of available players looking to land in new locations. As the action unfolds today across the NBA landscape, we will keep you in the loop by updating this tracker.
The Warriors are still looking for contributors for next season. According to The Athletic’s Marcus Thompson II, Golden State is interested in Jazz forward Joe Ingles. It was rumored earlier this summer that Ingles could be available via trade.
ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported that forward Sam Dekker is returning from overseas competition to join the Raptors.
According to Woj, Stephen Curry has signed a contract extension with the Golden State Warriors for four years and $215 million.
Demar Derozan’s deal with the Chicago Bulls is for three years and $85 million after the sign-and-trade that includes Thad Young, a future first-round pick, and two second-round picks, per Shams Charania.
The Portland Trail Blazers have signed guard Tony Snell to a one-year deal, reports Woj.
Talen Horton-Tucker will stay with the Los Angeles Lakers for three years and $32 million, says Adrian Wojnarowski.
Kendrick Nunn is headed to the Los Angeles Lakers on a deal worth $10 million over two years, according to Shams Charania.
Georges Niang will join the Philadelphia 76ers on a two-year deal worth $6.7 million, reports Marc Stein.
NBL star Jock Landale is headed to San Antonio. According to Charania, the Australian center and the Spurs agreed to a two-year deal.
Wojnarowski reported that former Blazers big man Hassan Whiteside is headed to the Jazz to backup Rudy Gobert.
Here’s the video proof of the first part, at least: