July 1st (All times Eastern)
3:31 PM Adrian Wojnarowski reports that the Celtics have signed forward Amir Johnson. Steve Bulpett of the Boston Herald has reported that the 2-year $24 million deal is only guaranteed for the first year and the same is true for the Jonas Jerebko 2-year deal.
3:14 PM: Marc Spears is reporting that Draymond Green has broken off contract negotiation with the Golden State Warriors for now.
** Update** 3:23 PM: Marc Stein is reporting that the Chandler deal is 4-years and worth $52 million. 3:13 PM: Adrian Wojnarowski reports that the Suns and Tyson Chandler have agreed to a multi-year contract. He’s also reporting that Chandler is in the room with the Suns representation as they meet with LaMarcus Adlridge.
2:37 PM: Sam Amick of USA Today reports that the Boston Celtics and Jonas Jerebko have agreed to a 2-year, $10 million deal.
2:34 PM: The Oklahoma City Thunder and Kyle Singler have reportedly agreed to a 5-year, $25 million contract according to Adrian Wojnarowski.
2:27 PM: Marc Stein and Brian Windhorst of ESPN report that the Cavaliers and Tristan Thompson have agreed to a deal worth more than $80 million.
1:47 PM: Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting that the Suns and Brandon Knight have agreed to a 5-year, $70 million extension.
1:33 PM: Brian Windhorst reports that Kevin Love is re-signing with the Cleveland Cavaliers to a 5-year, $110 million deal. (This was originally reported by Kevin Love via The Players Tribune before that site crashed).
1:17 PM: Adrian Wojnarowski reports that after some deliberation, Jimmy Butler accepted a 5-year, $95 million extension with a player option after four years.
11:30 AM: Adrian Wojnarowski reports that the San Antonio Spurs have traded Tiago Splitter to the Atlanta Hawks to free up room to lure LaMarcus Aldridge.
11:15 AM: Zach Lowe mentions that rival NBA execs are beginning to believe LMA to Spurs is a done deal and mentions that the Mavs are the favorite to land Wes Matthews.
11:06 AM: Adrian Wojnarowski reports that the Toronto Raptors have come to an agreement with DeMarre Carroll for 4-years, $60 million.
10:27 AM: ESPN’s Chris Broussard is reporting that the San Antonio Spurs have re-signed Danny Green to a 4-year, $45 million deal.
10:06 AM: David Aldridge reports that the Grizzlies owner Robert Pera and Marc Gasol are in Spain working out the details of his next deal.
9:15 AM: The Portland Trail Blazers are nearing a 5-year maximum contract extension nearing $120 million with guard Damian Lillard according to ESPN.
8:12 AM: The Chicago Bulls have retained Mike Dunleavy as they’ve agreed to a 3-year, $15 million deal according to Marc Stein.
4:00 AM: Monta Ellis is traveling to Indiana to meet with the Pacers on Wednesday in the hopes of finalizing a 3-year, $32 million deal according to Adrian Wojnarowski.
3:22 AM: Marc Spears of Yahoo Sports is reporting that the Kings are showing a strong interest in Rajon Rondo. Vlade Divac has phoned to set up a meeting and Rudy Gay is spearheading the recruitment.
3:18 AM: Marc Stein is reporting that Greg Monroe met with the Knicks at midnight and then with the Bucks at 2:00 am.
2:00 AM: The Brooklyn Nets have agreed to deals with both Brook Lopez (3-year, $60M ) and Thaddeus Young (4-year, $50M) according to Adrian Wojnarowski.
2:00 AM: Kris Middleton and the Milwaukee Bucks agree to a 5-year, $70 million deal according to Marc Stein.
1:11 AM: RealGM is reporting that Jimmy Butler is considering a 5-year maximum contract extension offer from the Bulls that would contain an option for the final year.
1:00 AM: The Portland Trail Blazers and Al-Farouq Aminu have agreed to a 5-year, $30 million contract agreement according to Adrian Wojnarowski.
12:01 AM: The Spurs and Kawhi Leonard have agreed to the framework of a 5-year maximum contract (over $90 M) according to Adrian Wojnarowski. It is not believed that there are any opt-out clauses in the deal.
12:01 AM: Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting that the Pelicans have locked up Anthony Davis with a 5-year, $145 million deal that includes the ability to opt out after four years. Davis will be in New Orleans at least until 2020.
11:32 PM: Marc Stein is reporting that the Mavericks were having dinner with DeAndre Jordan as the midnight initiation of free agency approached.
June 30th (All times Eastern)
4:54 PM: RealGM is reporting that the Knicks, Pelicans, and Bucks are among the teams interested in Robin Lopez.
3:39 PM: Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting that the Charlotte Hornets will pursue Marco Belinelli aggressively.
3:51 PM **Update** : Jason Lloyd of the Akron Beacon Journal is refuting this report. 3:00 PM: The Spurs are reportedly exploring trade talks with Cleveland for Brendan Hayward’s non-guaranteed $10.5 million contract. This move could clear the way for the Spurs to retain everyone on the roster (including Danny Green and Tiago Splitter) and still have room to add LaMarcus Aldridge.
1:06 PM: Basketball Insiders have confirmed Chris Broussard’s report that the Bucks, Mavericks, and Lakers are all interested in Iman Shumpert.
1:04 PM: The Cavaliers have announced that they have extended qualifying offers to Tristan Thompson, Iman Shumpert, and Matthew Dellavedova. All are restricted free agents.
12:36 PM: DeAndre Jordan reportedly is looking for a four year deal that allows him to opt out after three nullifying any advantage the Clippers might have in offering him a fifth year. It’s also reported that he is interested in a bigger role rather than playing third fiddle to Chris Paul and Blake Griffin.
12:07 PM: The Cavaliers have announced that Mike Miller has exercised his player option for next season and will remain with the team.
11:05 AM: Jimmy Butler has postponed his free agent meetings with the Lakers, Celtics, Sixers and Mavericks after being offered the max by Chicago.
11:00 AM: Tobias Harris reportedly prefers not to return to the Orlando Magic due to Scott Skiles’ position as head coach.
10:50 AM: The Blazers are expected to exercise Chris Kaman’s $5 million team option for next season.
10:45 AM: The Oklahoma City Thunder trade Luke Ridnour to the Toronto Raptors for a trade exception that could make room for them to re-sign Enes Kanter and stay below the tax treshold.
10:02 AM: LeBron James would love for the Cavaliers to sign Mike Dunleavy, but both Dunleavy and Jimmy Butler are expected to return to Chicago.
10:00 AM: The Hawks are “in the mix” for Monta Ellis.
9:34 AM: Some league executives believe Tyson Chandler will end up with the Milwaukee Bucks, but Dallas has a strong chance of re-signing him if they miss out on DeAndre Jordan.
8:00 AM: Marc Gasol will hold a free agent meeting with only the Grizzlies.
1:27 AM: Wesley Matthews is reportedly ahead of rehab schedule and is drawing interest from the Raptors as well as the Mavericks.
June 29th (All times Eastern)
11:00 PM: Knicks ‘want to be in the mix’ for free agent sharpshooter Danny Green.
10:45 PM: Tony Parker, Tim Duncan and Gregg Popovich are expected to meet with LaMarcus Aldridge sometime this week.
10:00 PM: Kobe Bryant called DeAndre Jordan to let him know the Lakers are interested in signing him.
9:25 PM: The Lakers will meet with LaMarcus Aldridge at 12:01 AM on Tuesday night.
5:31 PM: Hornets won’t tender Bismack Biyombo a qualifying offer making him an unrestricted free agent.
3:25 PM: Dwyane Wade informs the Heat he will opt out of his contract and become an unrestricted free agent as expected.
3:17 PM: LaMarcus Aldridge will meet with the Raptors this week, who happen to have the cap space to offer a max contract.
2:45 PM: The Knicks are considered the frontrunners to sign Greg Monroe and Arron Afflalo in free agency.
2:30 PM: Carmelo Anthony reportedly called LaMarcus Aldridge and DeAndre Jordan in an effort to recruit them to New York.
11:30 AM: The Knicks, Blazers, Lakers, Celtics and Bucks are all expected to meet with Greg Monroe when free agency begins.
10:14 AM: The Nets and Grizzlies discussed a trade that would send Joe Johnson to Memphis. Talks are reportedly dead after the two teams could not agree on the framework of a deal.
10:00 AM: The Wizards are looking to trade Nene, but the market for him is thin.