2022 NBA Free Agency Tracker: Every Signing, Trade, Extension

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The official start of NBA free agency is upon us. During the hours leading up to the Day 1 opening, Kevin Durant had formally requested a trade from the Brooklyn Nets.

There was speculation about Duran’t trade request would impact potential decisions from teams with their use of assets and salary-cap space. Kyrie Irving’s future with the organization appears to be over as well as the pair of stars now are at the forefront of NBA trade rumors.

There were a lot of discussions that seemed to take place well before the actual start of free agency. Most notably, Jalen Brunson and the New York Knicks seemingly already had a four-year contract lined and the scheduling of a meeting with the Dallas Mavericks all for it to get canceled was just part of the charade.

There has been no shortage of players who have already committed to contracts, whether to re-sign with their current team or for a change of scenery. Among the surprises was Luguentz Dort receiving a five-year, $87.5M contract extension. He was set to reach restricted free agency but the Oklahoma City Thunder got a deal out of the way before that happened.

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A few solid veteran role players like Kyle Anderson (Minnesota Timberwolves), PJ Tucker (Philadelphia 76ers), Isaiah Hartenstein (New York Knicks), and Malik Monk (Sacramento Kings) to name a few, signed with new teams. Each player appears to have received a fair valued contract while others like JaVale McGee (Dallas Mavericks) may have been overpaid.

Here are the latest updates on NBA free agency signings around the league (updated July 2, 10:30 AM ET):

NBA Free Agency Signings — Day 1 (June 30)

Luguentz Dort, Oklahoma City Thunder: 5-year, $87.5M

Kyle Anderson, Minnesota Timberwolves: 2-year, $18M

Nic Claxton, Brooklyn Nets: 2-year, $20M

Andre Drummond, Chicago Bulls: 2-year, $6.6M

Anthony Gill, Washington Wizards: 2-year, TBD

Delon Wright, Washington Wizards: 2-year, $16M

Kevin Knox, Detroit Pistons: 2-year, $6M

Lonnie Walker IV, Los Angeles Lakers: 1-year, $6.5M

Juan Tuscano-Anderson, Los Angeles Lakers: 1-year, minimum salary

Gary Harris, Orlando Magic: 2-Year, $26M

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JaVale McGee, Dallas Mavericks: 3-year, $20M

Marvin Bagley III, Detroit Pistons: 3-year, $37M

Patty Mills, Brooklyn Nets: 2-year, $14.5M

Jae’Sean Tate, Houston Rockets: 3-year, $22M

Troy Brown, Los Angeles Lakers: 1-year, minimum salary

Nicolas Batum, LA Clippers: 2-year, $22M

Thaddeus Young, Toronto Raptors: 2-year, $16M

Tyus Jones, Memphis Grizzlies: 2-year, $30M

Chris Boucher, Toronto Raptors: 3-year, $35M

Joe Ingles, Milwaukee Bucks: 1-year, $6.5M

Davon Reed, Denver Nuggets: 2-year, TBD

Dewayne Dedmon, Miami Heat: 2-year, $9 million

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Wesley Matthews, Milwaukee Bucks: 1-year, minimum-salary

Trevelin Queen, Philadelphia 76ers: 2-year, $3.3M

Anfernee Simons, Portland Trail Blazers: 4-year, $100M

Mohamed Bamba, Orlando Magic: 2-year, $21M

Devin Booker, Phoenix Suns: 4-year, $214M

Danuel House, Philadelphia 76ers: 2-year, $8.5M

Nikola Jokic, Denver Nuggets: 5-year, $264M

Bobby Portis, Milwaukee Bucks: 4-year, $49M

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Amir Coffey, LA Clippers: 3-year, $11M

Damian Jones, Los Angeles Lakers: 2-year deal

Javon Carter, Milwaukee Bucks: 2-year, $4.6M

Bradley Beal, Washington Wizards: 5-year, $251M

DeAndre Jordan, Denver Nuggets: 1-year, minimum-salary

Mike Muscala, Oklahoma City Thunder: 1-year, minimum-salary

Isaiah Hartenstein, New York Knicks: 2-year, $16M

Victor Oladipo, Miami Heat: 1-year, $11M

PJ Tucker, Philadelphia 76ers: 3-year, $33M

Malik Monk, Sacramento Kings: 2-year, $19M

Jalen Brunson, New York Knicks: 4-year, $104M

NBA Free Agency Signings — Day 2 (July 1)

Gary Payton II, Portland Trail Blazers: 3-year, $28M

Ricky Rubio, Cleveland Cavaliers: 2-year, $18.4M

Zion Williamson, New Orleans Pelicans: 5-year, $231M

Zach LaVineChicago Bulls: 5-year, $215.16M

Jusuf NurkicPortland Trail Blazers: 4-year, $70M

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Mitchell RobinsonNew York Knicks: 4-year, $60M

Kevon LooneyGolden State Warriors: 3-year, $25.5M

Ricky RubioCleveland Cavaliers: 3-year, $18.4M

John WallLA Clippers: 2-year, $13.2M

Bruce BrownDenver Nuggets: 2-year, $13M

Danilo GallinariBoston Celtics: 2-year, $13M

Jalen SmithIndiana Pacers: 2-year, $9.6M

Donte DiVincenzoGolden State Warriors: 2-year, $9.3M

Derrick JonesChicago Bulls: 2-year, $6.6M

Bryn ForbesMinnesota Timberwolves: 1-year, minimum salary

Aaron HolidayAtlanta Hawks: 1-year, minimum salary

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Damion LeePhoenix Suns: 1-year, minimum salary

Robin LopezCleveland Cavaliers: 1-year, minimum salary

Raul NetoCleveland Cavaliers: 1-year, minimum salary

Bol BolOrlando Magic: 2-year contract

Luke KornetBoston Celtics: 2-year contract

Otto PorterToronto Raptors: 2-year contract

Drew EubanksTrail Blazers: 1-year contract

Theo PinsonDallas Mavericks: 1-year contract

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