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2019 NBA Free Agency Tracker

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2019 NBA Free Agency Tracker

Atlanta Hawks:

Jabari Parker: two years, $13 million

Vince Carter: one year

Boston Celtics:

Kemba Walker: four years, $141 million

Enes Kanter: two years, $10 million

Daniel Theis: two years, $10 million

Vincent Poirier: two years

Brooklyn Nets:

Kevin Durant: four years, $164 million

Kyrie Irving: four years, $141 million

DeAndre Jordan: four years, $40 million

Garrett Temple: two years, $10 million

Wilson Chandler: one year, $2.6 million

Charlotte Hornets:

Terry Rozier: three years, $58 million

Chicago Bulls:

Thaddeus Young: three years, $41 million

Tomas Satoransky: three years, $30 million

Ryan Arcidiacono: three years, $9 million

Luke Kornet: two years

Cleveland Cavaliers:

Dallas Mavericks:

Kristaps Porzingis: five years, $158 million

Maxi Kleber: four years, $35 million

Seth Curry: four years, $32 million

Dwight Powell: three years, $33 million

Delon Wright: three years, $29 million

Dorian Finney-Smith: three years, $12 million

Boban Marjanovic: two years, $7 million

J.J. Barea: one year, veteran’s minimum

Denver Nuggets:

Jamal Murray: five years, $170 million

Detroit Pistons:

Derrick Rose: two years, $15 million

Markieff Morris: two years, $8 million

Tim Frazier: one year, $2 million

Golden State Warriors:

Klay Thompson: five years, $190 million

D’Angelo Russell: four years, $117 million

Kevon Looney: three years, $15 million

Glenn Robinson III, two years

Alec Burks: one year

Willie Cauley-Stein: one year

Houston Rockets:

Danuel House Jr.: three years, 11.1 million

Austin Rivers: two years, veteran’s minimum

Gerald Green: one year

Tyson Chandler: one year

Indiana Pacers:

Malcolm Brogdon: four years, 85 million

Jeremy Lamb: three years, $31.5 million

T.J. McConnell: two years, $7 million

Justin Holiday: one year, $4.8 million

Los Angeles Clippers:

Kawhi Leonard: three years, $103 million

Ivica Zubac: four years, $28 million

Patrick Beverley: three years, $40 million

Rodney McGruder: three years, $15 million

JaMychal Green: two years, $10 million

Los Angeles Lakers:

Danny Green: two years, $30 million

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope: two years, $16 million

Avery Bradley: two years, $9.7 million

JaVale McGee: two years, $8.2 million

Quinn Cook: two years, $6 million

Rajon Rondo: two years

Alex Caruso: two years, $5.5 million

Jared Dudley: one year, $2.6 million

Troy Daniels: one year, $2.1 million

DeMarcus Cousins: one year

Memphis Grizzlies:

Jonas Valanciunas: three years, $45 million

Tyus Jones: three years, $28 million

Miami Heat:

Jimmy Butler: four years, $142 million

Milwaukee Bucks:

Khris Middleton: five years, $178 million

Brook Lopez: four years, $52 million

George Hill: three years, $29 million

Robin Lopez: two years, $9.8 million

Thanasis Antetokounmpo: two years, $3 million veteran’s minimum deal

Dragan Bender: two years

Wesley Matthews: one year, veteran’s minimum

Kyle Korver: one year, $2,5 million

Minnesota Timberwolves:

Jake Layman: three years, $11.5 million

Jordan Bell: one year, $1.6 million

Noah Vonleh: one year

New Orleans Pelicans:

JJ Redick: two years, $26.5 million

Darius Miller: two years, $14.25 million

Nicolo Melli: two years, $8 million

New York Knicks:

Julius Randle: three years, $63 million

Bobby Portis: two years, $31 million

Reggie Bullock: two years, $21 million

Taj Gibson: two years, $20 million

Wayne Ellington: two-years, $16 million

Elfrid Payton: two years, $16 million

Marcus Morris: one year, $15 million

Oklahoma City Thunder:

Nerlens Noel: veteran’s minimum

Mike Muscala

Orlando Magic:

Nikola Vucevic: four years, $100 million

Terrence Ross: four years, $54 million

Al-Farouq Aminu: three years, $29 million

Khem Birch: two years, $6 million

Michael Carter-Williams: one year

Philadelphia 76ers:

Tobias Harris: five years, $180 million

Ben Simmons: five years, $170 million

Al Horford: four years, $109 million

Mike Scott: two years, $9.8 million

James Ennis: two years, $4.1 million

Kyle O’Quinn: one year, veteran’s minimum

Raul Neto: one year, veteran’s minimum

Trey Burke: one year

Shake Milton: four years

Phoenix Suns:

Ricky Rubio: three years, $51 million

Kelly Oubre Jr.: two years, $30 million

Frank Kaminsky two years, $10 million

Cheick Diallo: two years

Portland Trail Blazers:

Damian Lillard: four years, $194 million

Rodney Hood: two years, $16 million

Mario Hezonja: two years, veteran’s minimum

Anthony Tolliver: one year, $2.6 million

Pau Gasol: one year

Sacramento Kings:

Dewayne Dedmon: three years, $40 million

Harrison Barnes: four years, $85 million

Cory Joseph: three years, $37 million

Trevor Ariza: two years, $25 million

Richaun Holmes: two years, $10 million

San Antonio Spurs:

DeMarre Carroll: three years, $21 million

Rudy Gay: two years, $32 million

Trey Lyles: two years

Toronto Raptors:

Matt Thomas: three years, $4.2 million

Stanley Johnson: two years, $7.5 million

Patrick McCaw: two years

Cameron Payne: two years

Rondae Hollis-Jefferson: one year

Utah Jazz:

Bojan Bogdanovic: four years, $73 million

Ed Davis: two years, $10 million

Jeff Green: one year, $2.5 million

Emmanuel Mudiay: one year

Washington Wizards:

Thomas Bryant: three years, $25 million

Ish Smith: two years, $12 million

Isaiah Thomas: one year, veteran’s minimum