2017 NBA Free Agency Tracker

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The 2017 NBA free agency period is officially underway. We have detailed each rumor in our 2017 NBA Free Agency Diary and we will compile each reported deal below.

Basketball Insiders will keep you updated on some of the notable free agents as news surfaces on each deal and player (players are listed in no particular order).

Player Old Team New Team Contract
Gordon Hayward Utah Jazz Boston Celtics 4-years, $127 million
Kyle Lowry Toronto Raptors Toronto Raptors 3-years, $100 million
Kevin Durant Golden State Warriors Golden State Warriors 2-years, $53 million
Stephen Curry Golden State Warriors Golden State Warriors 5-years, $201 million
Blake Griffin Los Angeles Clippers Los Angeles Clippers 5-years, $175 million
Paul Millsap Atlanta Hawks Denver Nuggets 3-years, $90 million
Otto Porter Jr. Washington Wizards Washington Wizards 4-years, $106 million
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope Detroit Pistons Los Angeles Lakers 1-year, $18 million
Dirk Nowitzki Dallas Mavericks Dallas Mavericks 2-years, $10 million
Serge Ibaka Toronto Raptors Toronto Raptors 3-years, $65 million
Rudy Gay Sacramento Kings San Antonio Spurs 2-years, $17 million
J.J. Redick Los Angeles Clippers Philadelphia 76ers 1-year, $23 million
Andre Roberson Oklahoma City Thunder Oklahoma City Thunder 3-years, $30 million
Danilo Gallinari Denver Nuggets LA Clippers 3-years, $65 million
George Hill Utah Jazz Sacramento Kings 3-years, $57 million
Patrick Patterson Toronto Raptors Oklahoma City Thunder 3-years, $16.4 million
Jrue Holiday New Orleans Pelicans New Orleans Pelicans 5-years, $126 million
Jonathon Simmons San Antonio Spurs Orlando Magic 3-years, $20 million
Jeff Green Orlando Magic Cleveland Cavaliers 1-year, $2.3 million
Jeff Teague Indiana Pacers Minnesota Timberwolves 3-years, $57 million
Andre Iguodala Golden State Warriors Golden State Warriors 3-years, $48 million
Shabazz Muhammad Minnesota Timberwolves
Tim Hardaway Jr. Atlanta Hawks New York Knicks 4-years, $71 million
Nerlens Noel Dallas Mavericks
Pau Gasol San Antonio Spurs
Kelly Olynyk Boston Celtics Miami HEAT 4-years, $50 million
Cristiano Felicio Chicago Bulls Chicago Bulls 4-years, $32 million
Tony Snell Milwaukee Bucks Milwaukee Bucks 4-years, $46 million
Langston Galloway Sacramento Kings Detroit Pistons 3-years, $21 million
Ben McLemore Sacramento Kings Memphis Grizzlies 2-years, $10.7 million
Patty Mills San Antonio Spurs San Antonio Spurs 4-years, $50 million
Taj Gibson Oklahoma City Thunder Minnesota Timberwolves 2-years, $28 million
Shaun Livingston Golden State Warriors Golden State Warriors 3-years, $24 million
Dion Waiters Miami HEAT Miami HEAT 4-years, $52 million
P.J. Tucker Toronto Raptors Houston Rockets 4-years, $32 million
Vince Carter Memphis Grizzlies Sacramento Kings 1-years, $8 million
Zach Randolph Memphis Grizzlies Sacramento Kings 2-years, $24 million
Joe Ingles Utah Jazz Utah Jazz 4-years, $52 million
Kyle Korver Cleveland Cavaliers Cleveland Cavaliers 3-years, $22 million
JaMychal Green Memphis Grizzlies
Nick Young Los Angeles Lakers Golden State Warriors 1-year, $5.2 million
Amir Johnson Boston Celtics Philadelphia 76ers 1-year, $11 million
Nene Houston Rockets Houston Rockets 3-years, $11 million
Nikola Mirotic Chicago Bulls
Shelvin Mack Utah Jazz Orlando Magic 2-years, $12 million
Jamal Crawford Atlanta Hawks Minnesota Timberwolves 2-year, $8.9 million
Zaza Pachulia Golden State Warriors Golden State Warriors 1-year, $3.5 million
Raymond Felton Los Angeles Clippers Oklahoma City Thunder 1-year, $2.3 million
Michael Carter-Williams Chicago Bulls Charlotte Hornets 1-year, $2.7 million
Jodie Meeks Orlando Magic Washington Wizards 2-years, $7 million
David West Golden State Warriors Golden State Warriors 1-year, $2.3 million
Manu Ginobili San Antonio Spurs San Antonio Spurs 1-year, TBD
Justin Holiday New York Knicks Chicago Bulls 2-year, $9 million
Omri Casspi Minnesota Timberwolves Golden State Warriors 1-year, $2.1 million
Joffrey Lauvergne Chicago Bulls San Antonio Spurs 2-years, TBD
Jose Calderon Atlanta Hawks Cleveland Cavaliers 1-year, $2.3 million
Darren Collison Sacramento Kings Indiana Pacers 2-years, $20 million
Milos Teodosic CSKA Moscow Los Angeles Clippers 2-years, $12.3 million
Mike Scott Atlanta Hawks Washington Wizards 1-year, $1.7 million
Bojan Bogdanovic Washington Wizards Indiana Pacers 2-year, $21 million
Aron Baynes Detroit Pistons Boston Celtics 1-year, $4.3 million
Tyreke Evans Sacramento Kings Memphis Grizzlies 1-year, $3.3 million
Dewayne Dedmon San Antonio Spurs Atlanta Hawks 2-years, $14 million
Willie Reed Miami HEAT Los Angeles Clippers 1-year, $1.5 million
Ersan Ilyasova Atlanta Hawks Atlanta Hawks 1-year, $6 million
Jonas Jerebko Boston Celtics Utah Jazz 2-years, $8.2 million
Thabo Sefolosha Atlanta Hawks Utah Jazz 2-years, $10.5 million
Alan Williams Phoenix Suns Phoenix Suns 3-years, $17 million
Cedi Osman Anadolu Efes Cleveland Cavaliers 3-years, $8.3 million
Ron Baker New York Knicks New York Knicks 2-years, $8.9 million
Brandon Paul Anadolu Efes San Antonio Spurs 2-years, TBD
Abdel Nader Maine Red Claws Boston Celtics 4-years, $6 million
Tarik Black Los Angeles Lakers Houston Rockets 1-year, $3.3 million
Anthony Tolliver Sacramento Kings Detroit Pistons 1-year, $3.3 million
Reggie Bullock Detroit Pistons Detroit Pistons 2-years, $5 million
Luc Mbah a Moute Los Angeles Clippers Houston Rockets 1-year, TBD
Nick Collison Oklahoma City Thunder Oklahoma City Thunder 1-year, TBD
Rajon Rondo Chicago Bulls New Orleans Pelicans 1-year, TBD

As more of the top players begin to fall off of the board, we’ll begin to see the second-tier players start agreeing to deals. Most of these players are playing a waiting game until the top-tier players agree to terms.

** Contract values as reported. We’ll update as final deals are approved.