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2019 Rumors of Free NBA Agencies: Teams Should Not Disclose Kawhi Information; Grizzlies act Chandler Parsons; Warriors make trains



The free agency NBA has settled down after a chaotic start. Although there were no shortages, players can not sign contracts with teams until 6 July, after the moratorium period has expired.

This year's free agency has become one of the biggest and most eventful in recent years. Several non-marquee representatives have already dropped out of their current teams, including two-time finalist manager Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving, both of whom are bringing their talents to Brooklyn. In addition, Jimmy Butler will move from Philadelphia to South Beach, while Al Horford left Boston for South Philly. The biggest prize of the summer, Kawhi Leonard, is reportedly meeting with the Clippers, Lakers and Raptors. Not to mention that there will be a second set of starless agents under intense scrutiny, including established veteran names like DeMarcus Cousins.

Since many players have already been withdrawn from the market, here are the latest rumors and updates you will receive. I must now know that the free agency is officially underway.

Teams have warned not to reveal Leonard information. The teams were warned that losing information would impair their chances to sign the MVP's final. Woj also pointed out that a decision could be taken later on Wednesday or July 4th.

McConnell agrees with Pacers.

You can count on another key member leaving the Philadelphia 76ers. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, T.J. McConnell has agreed with the Indiana Pacers on a two-year $ 7-million deal. The former undrafted free agent spent all four of his NBA years with the Sixers, scoring an average of 6.4 points in 1

9.3 minutes per game last season. The seasoned striker has agreed to a deal with the Detroit Pistons, so Shams Charania of The Athletic . The Pistons will be Morris' fourth NBA team after splitting the season between the Washington Wizards and Oklahoma City Thunder last year.

Cousins ​​hire new agents

Like other centers like Boban Marjanovic and Robin Lopez DeMarcus Cousins, they managed to find NBA contracts, and changed agents . While the former All-Star star continues to look for a new contract, he has made an agent change, according to Marc Stein of the New York Times

Boban and Jeff Schwartz of Excel Sports closes two-year contract with Mavericks from

Boban Marjanovic has managed to sign a contract with DeMarcus Cousins. As Shams Charania reports from The Athletic the 7-foot-3-wonder has signed a two-year deal worth $ 7 million with the Dallas Mavericks. Marjanovic has made a name for himself as a journeyman because of his size and career, as the Mavs will take his fifth NBA station.

Grizzlies Exchange Parsons vs. Hawks vs. Hill, Plumlee

The Memphis Grizzlies and Atlanta Hawks agreed to a business that would send Chandler Parsons to Atlanta for Solomon Hill and Miles Plumlee, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN , The move marked the end of a disappointing three-year Memphis three-year stay for Parsons, which could not stay healthy after signing a $ 94.8 million maximum deal in 2016. At the beginning of the last contract year, Parsons could be a candidate for a takeover. Become a free agent.

Warriors revoke Cook's qualifying offer, making him UFA.

The Warriors continue to be busy making big and small moves. According to Shams Charania of The Athletic Golden State has withdrawn Quinn Cook's qualification. With Warriors no longer having the right to match any bid, the Guardian can now sign with any other team as an unrestricted free agent.

Kawhi still undecided of plans to meet LA teams, Raptors

According to Shams Charania of The Athletic Kawhi Leonard has yet to make any decision about his free agency Meet in the coming days with the Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Clippers and Toronto Raptors. "There is no update," said Charania. "Leonard has a lot of free agents on hold, and it's really up to everyone when the reigning final MVP makes its decision, and many credible reporters have been rejected by Kawhi and his mysterious behaviors, so it may take a while yet 48 hours have passed since the freelance agency began, and it's likely to come to the Lakers, Clippers and Raptors. "

Davis sets off for LeBron's Lakers and talks about" Legacy "

Anthony Davis wants [19459011Buildhis"legacy"attheLakersandisnotsoworriedAccordingtoArashMarkaziofthe LA, he has earned a lot of money in his NBA career.

"Money comes and goes, your legacy is forever," said Davis. "I think how you establish yourself in the NBA and what you do on and off the field will be remembered forever. Of course, our money is public and people know what we deserve but are interested in the end of the day It does not matter to anyone how much money you make.

"Anthony Davis will not be a great basketball player because of the amount of money he earns, it will be about what he achieved on the pitch and off the pitch. It's all part of my legacy, and I think that's far more valuable than any monetary value.

No market for cousins ​​

There is not much interest at the veterans' center DeMarcus Cousins ​​on the open market, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN: "There is no market for [DeMarcus Cousins] , I think he hoped that some big market teams would prevail, that they would have an upper limit, and that he could make a one-year deal worth $ 12, 15, 18, 20 million. That does not happen, "said Wojnarowski on Tuesday morning in the" SportsCenter. " The mean exception he got last year at Golden State? I do not think so.

Clippers reaches agreement with McGruder

The Clippers and Rodney McGruder agreed on a $ 15 million three-year contract according to Yahoo Sports' Chris Haynes, and the move does not stop Los Angeles from starring Kawhi Leonard

Pelicans re-signing Miller for 2 years, $ 14.25 million

Pelicans bring back free agent Darius Miller on a two-year contract for $ 14.25 million for a stay in New Orleans, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN The second year is not guaranteed

76 offer maximum extension for Simmons

According to Adrian ESPN's Wojnarowski, the Sixers, have offered All Star guard Ben Simmons a contract extension of a maximum of $ 170 million for five years The organization and Simmons & # 39; Agent – Rich P Except for Klutch Sports, this is expected to be done. Work through the details for a possible agreement. Simmons currently has a guaranteed season l after his four-year rookie contract over 26.6 million US dollars.

Irving explains why he signed with Nets

In a video shared by his new replacement – Roc Nation Sports – All-Star Guard Kyrie Irving explained why he decided the Boston Celtics and Leave Sign up for the Brooklyn Nets freelance agency this summer.

"In my heart I always knew that I wanted to play at home," Irving said in the video. "Home is where my heart is, it has always been there, just because of the great love I have for my family and the way I grew up, I have not changed this journey, it has brought me back here." and this is home, and home is where my family is, home is where I want my legacy to continue. And I'm happy to be in Brooklyn.

Irving, along with Kevin Durant as he returns from his Achilles injury in the NBA finals, will be tasked with transforming the nets into a legitimate title candidate.

Chandler sets off for Brooklyn [19659013] Wilson Chandler continues to play in the league, having spent the past two seasons playing with the Nuggets, Sixers and Clippers, and now goes to the Nets for one year, Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports

Jazz agrees to deal with Mudiay

Jazz continued its busy summer on Tuesday night, according to a report by Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, Utah has a one-year contract with the Point Guard Emmanuel Mudiay agrees.

Kornet on the way to Chicago

The great agent Luke Kornet has found a new team After two seasons with the New York Knicks, Kornet has a report from The Athletic's Shams Charania concluded a two-year deal with the Chicago Bulls.

Dudley joins Lakers

The Lakers have not taken many steps this summer, but they have reportedly added a veteran presence as they wait for Kawhi Leonard's decision. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, the Lakers have signed a one-year contract with Jared Dudley for $ 2.5 million.

Jazz Enhances Depth by Adding Green

Jeff Green, the seasoned Swingman, is the latest addition to Utah Jazz. According to report by Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, Green will sign a $ 2.5 million one-year deal.

Wanamaker stays with Celtics

Brad Wanamaker did not play much in the Celtics last season – his first in the NBA – but the team must have liked what they saw in limited minutes. According to a report by Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN (19459028), Wanamaker will again sign a one-year contract.

Ennis refuses more money to return to Sixers

James Ennis III had some great moments in the playoffs for the 76ers and has decided he wants to stay with the team. Despite other offers that are worth more money, Ennis has signed a two-year contract worth $ 4.1 million, according to The Athletic's Shams Charania.

Cauley Stone, Warriors agrees to a contract

Willie Cauley-Stone decided this summer to deviate from the kings, and will now join the Golden State Warriors, as Marcus Thompson of The Athletic in a report [19659050] reported.

Tolliver signs with Blazers

Veteran striker Anthony Tolliver has signed a one-year deal with the Portland Trail Blazers for $ 2.6 million, according to Shams Charania of The Athletic.

Thomas joins Wizards

Isaiah Thomas says he is ready to bring his career back to the All-Star level, and he should have the opportunity to do so with the Washington Wizards. The two sides agreed, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN

on Monday on a one-year contract.

According to Kyle Neubeck of The Philly Voice, the Sixers has reached an agreement with a veteran Big Man Kyle O & # 39; Quinn on a one-year contract. Later, Keith Pompey of The Philadelphia Inquirer confirmed that his contract for the 2019-20 campaign would have a value of $ 2.1 million.

Looney agrees to return to the warriors

Many people thought Kevon Looney had come out of the warrior's price range. Well, these people were wrong. On Monday evening, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.com reported that Looney and the Warriors had reached an agreement for a three-year contract of $ 15 million.

Bell moves to Timberwolves

Jordan Bell relocates to the Golden State Warriors. According to a report by Yahoo's Chris Haynes, Bell has agreed to a guaranteed deal with the Minnesota Timberwolves, although the terms of the deal are not yet clear.

Butler deal is finalized

According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, the Philadelphia 76ers, Miami Heat, Portland Trail Blazers and Los Angeles Clippers agreed on a trade with four teams at the Jimmy Butler and Meyers in focus Leonard goes to the heat. Josh Richardson will go to the Sixers while Hassan Whiteside joins the Trail Blazers. The Clippers will receive Moe Harkless and a future first choice.

Kaminsky leaves Hornets for Suns

Frank Kaminsky will leave the Hornets this summer together with Kemba Walker and Jeremy Lamb. According to report by Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, Kaminsky has agreed on a two-year contract with the Suns, earning him $ 10 million.

Noel stays by the thunder

Nerlens Noel is said to have agreed to a deal with the thunder on Sunday night, but then got cold feet and asked her for more time to think Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. By Monday, Noel apparently felt good enough for OKC to agree to re-sign there.

Matthews returns to Wisconsin, signs with Bucks.

Wes Matthews grew up in Madison and played his college basketball in Marquette. Now he returns to his home state to sign with the Milwaukee Bucks. According to a report by Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, Matthews will sign a one-year minimum contract for veterans.

Warriors Expected to Trade Russell

The Warriors managed to get something while losing Kevin Durant. They eventually acquired D & # 39; Angelo Russell as part of a trade deal with the Nets. However, Marc Stein of the New York Times said in the "Dan Patrick Show" that he expected Golden State to swap the All-Star Guard for compensation because "he does not fit at all". [19659005] Heat Trading from Whiteside to Blazers

Miami was busy on the first day of the free agency. After working on a three-way deal for Jimmy Butler, who hooked, the Heat and Blazers signed a deal that would send Hassan Whiteside to Portland in exchange for Meyers Leonard and Moe Harkless, Adrian said Wojnarowski of ESPN.

Holmes, Kings agree on two years

Richaun Holmes has found a new team. According to a report by Shams Charania of The Athletic Holmes has agreed a two-year $ 10 million deal with the Sacramento Kings. After the expected departure of Willie Cauley-Stein he will give the forecourt more depth.

Barea agrees to return to Mavericks

The Mavericks continued their busy start in the free hand by reporting to J.J. Barea on a deal that will bring him back to Dallas. According to a report by Shams Charania from The Athletic, Barea will sign a one-year contract with Dallas for the veteran's minimum.

Celtics Add Kanter to Frontcourt

The Boston Celtics had a large gap to fill after Al Horford's departure and they addressed this issue on Monday by reporting an agreement with Enes Kanter came. According to a report by Shams Charania of The Athletic Kanter will sign a two-year contract with the Celtics for $ 10 million. [Adhesive] agrees to return to Dallas soon after his agreement.

At Curry, the Mavericks retained one of their own free agents by agreeing with free agent-forward Maxi Kleber. According to Marc Stein of The New York Times Kleber plans a four-year contract for $ 35 million with Dallas. Per Stein, the last year of the deal is a team option.

Curry agrees to deal with Mavericks

The Mavericks continued the busy start of the Free Agency by landing one of the top open-air shooters. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.com (19459043), the Mavericks and free agent guard Seth Curry have agreed a four-year contract for $ 32 million. The New York Knicks have reportedly added another point guard to their list for the 2019-20 campaign. According to Shams Charania of The Athletic, the Knicks agreed on a two-year $ 16 million deal with free agent point guard Elfrid Payton.

Rivers agrees to return to the Rockets.

] Austin Rivers was taken on by the Houston Rockets during the 2018/19 season and will return to the team for at least another season. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.com, Rivers and the Rockets have signed a two-year veteran's minimum contract with a player option for the second season.

Knicks adds sniper to Ellington

Experienced swingman Wayne Ellington has found a new home in the NBA since he according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN has a two-year $ 16 million deal with the New York Knicks has agreed. Ellington qualified for Heat and Pistons last season.

Warriors Buying Russell for Trade, Iguodala Act

He may not be Kevin Durant, but the warriors receive compensation for Durant's connection to the nets. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, Golden State acquires D & # 39; Angelo Russell as part of a deal with Brooklyn. Besides Russell, they will also acquire Shabazz Napier and Treveon Graham. Andre Iguodala and three future first-round picks will be sent to the Memphis Grizzlies to simplify the deal.

Davis on his way west to jazz

Ed Davis had a hard time finding the nets for the new look, so he decides to bring his talents to Salt Lake City. According to a report by Adrian Wojnarowski from ESPN, Davis has agreed a two-year $ 10 million deal with jazz.

DeAndre switches to Kyrie, K.D. in Brooklyn

DeAndre Jordan is the youngest nameless free agent to agree on a deal with the Nets on Sunday. The big man is good friends with Durant, which has certainly helped him earn that deal. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, Jordan's deal will have a value of $ 40 million over a four-year period.

Beverley returns to Clippers

Patrick Beverley returns to Clippers. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN the defensive-minded security guard has agreed on a $ 40 million three-year deal with Los Angeles.

Murray agrees to a maximum extension with nuggets.

You can add Jamal Murray to the growing list of contract players. As Shams Charania reported from The Athletic the young guard has agreed a maximum contract extension of five years worth $ 170 million.

Portis signs with Knicks
[19659006] The Knicks came across Durant and Irving, meaning they are now targeting the second level of free agents. After agreeing with Julius Randle, they also agreed with Bobby Portis on a two-year contract for $ 31 million. Portis spent the last season with the Chicago Bulls and Washington Wizards.

Robin Lopez and his brother at Bucks

The Bucks will both have Lopez brothers for the upcoming season when Robin Brook followed and signed with Milwaukee. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, Lopez is approaching an agreement to join the team that set the league's best record last season. After the Butler move, the Sixers will use the newly opened cap space to join Al Horford to commit a four-year contract for 109 million US dollars according to a report by Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. Horford's Deal will have a guaranteed $ 97 million and $ 12 million in bonuses per Wojnarowski.

Sixers finalize the deal with three teams to send Butler to Heat

The Sixers were busy on Sunday and their last move will be a three-team deal sending Jimmy Butler into the heat , after ESPN Adrian Wojnarowski. According to Shams Charania, Butler will sign a $ 142 million four-year contract with Miami . The full details of the trade have not yet been disclosed, but after several reports will receive the Sixers Josh Richardson, while the Dallas Mavericks will be the third team and fixtured against Kelly Olynyk and Derrick Jones Jr.

Gibson Agrees to Negotiate with Knicks

Experienced striker Taj Gibson leaves the Minnesota Timberwolves to switch to the New York Knicks . According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, the deal is limited to two years and $ 20 million.

Knicks agrees to $ 63 million deal with Randle

The New York Knicks will miss the biggest free agents of the summer, but they've managed to spend some money around. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, the Knicks have signed a $ 63 million three-year deal with Julius Randle.

Hill Remains at the Bucks

The Bucks have decided to spend no more than $ 20 million a year to keep Malcolm Brogdon, but they've agreed on a deal with another point guard. After and Shams Charania of The Athletic, George Hill will sign a $ 29 million three-year contract to stay with the Bucks.

Trail Blazer and Hood agree to a new deal

The Trail Blazers were traded for Rodney Hood last season and proved to be an important part of their run to the Western Conference final. Therefore, they wanted to keep him at all costs, and the two sides have reportedly agreed to a two-year contract for $ 16 million.

Harris, 76, agrees with a $ 180 million deal According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, Harris agreed to a five-year $ 180 million return to the Sixers.

Rubio joins Suns Utah Jazz was traded for Mike Conley. According to Shams Charania of The Athletic, Rubio has signed a $ 51 million three-year deal with the Phoenix Suns.

Lamb will sign a contract with Indiana.

The Indiana Pacers continue to reinforce their list with addition of guard Jeremy Lamb . Lamb agreed to a three-year $ 31.5 million contract with the team.

Bucks Surrender to Brogdon at Pacers

The Milwaukee Bucks and Indiana Pacers have reportedly completed a sign-and-trade contract to send him Malcolm Brogdon to the Indiana Pacers, who sent him According to Adrian Wojnarowski, ESPN will pay $ 85 million over the next four years.

Porzingis signs Max deal with Dallas

As expected, 7-foot-2 unicorn Kristaps Porzingis ] agreed to sign a five-year contract for a maximum of $ 158 million with the Dallas Mavericks , The Mavs exchanged before the end of last season against the big man of the Knicks.

Rose joins Pistons

Former NBA MVP Derrick Rose has found a new NBA home since he signed a two-year agreement with the Detroit Pistons, according to ESPN. The business has a value of 15 million US dollars.

Redick for signing with Pelicans

J.J. Redick's days with the Philadelphia 76s are numbered, as the experienced sniper, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN will conclude a two-year contract with the New Orleans Pelicans worth 26.5 million dollars.

Bucks bring Middleton back on a $ 178 million deal

The bucks have retaken their second best player. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN Middleton has increased five years and $ 178 million, with last year a player option. Middleton made his first All-Star appearance last year after averaging 18.3 points, 6.0 rebounds and 4.3 assists per game.

Homosexuals sign a two-year contract with Spurs

He may no longer be in it's heyday, but Rudy Gay proved to be an instrumental piece for the Spurs as a role-playing player last season. According to Shams Charania of The Athletic he signs a two-year contract with San Antonio for $ 32 million. The 33-year-old gay man scored an average of 13.7 points and 6.8 rebounds per game, a career high of 50.4 percent from the field and 40.2 percent from last season.

Rozier wants to sign with Hornets

It looks like the Celtics and Hornet's point guards are swapping. According to Shams Charania of The Athletic Terry Rozier plans to sign a three-year contract for $ 58 million to be signed between the two teams. Former hornet keeper Kemba Walker will sign a four-year deal worth $ 141 million with the Celtics.

Durant chooses Nets

Kyrie Irving for the Nets seems to be a concluded agreement, and according to New York Times & # 39; Marc Stein, they hope other stars will follow suit. Stein reported that the networks are confident that Kevin Durant will announce that he is going to Brooklyn when he makes his decision on Sunday night, and that they can also add DeAndre Jordan in the coming days. A short time later, Adrian Wojnarowski reported that Durant would actually sign with the Nets, and then Durant's company, The Boardroom, confirmed it on Instagram as soon as the freelance agency started.

Lopez, Bucks, to agree on a 4-year deal over $ 52 million

Brook Lopez became a 3-point shooting machine for the bucks last season, earning a handsome one Payday. Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reported that the Bucks and Lopez are expected to enter into a four-year $ 52 million contract when the agency starts.

Vucevic remains at Magic on a $ 100 million deal

Nikola Vucevic is reported to agree to a four-year $ 100 million deal when the free agency on Sunday begins Shams Charania. The All-Star has had his best season of helping Magic return to the playoffs and was expected to be in high demand this summer.


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