Every Free Agent Signing So Far & Accompanying Knee Jerk Reactions – Part I (2019)

Day one of free agency is always a lot to digest.

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It’s like trying to consume a nine-course meal, and just when you can’t handle any more, Woj emerges from the kitchen with dessert.

So to help you wrap your head around the non-stop moving and shaking, we’ve compiled a list of every single transaction so far.

Here we go…

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Kyrie Irving – Brooklyn Nets (4 years, $141M)

The lovable, innocent, blue collar Nets have officially been corrupted.

Kevin Durant – Brooklyn Nets (4 years, $164M)

After a lifetime of paying big money to guys with injury problems, James Dolan taking a stand now is beyond amazing.

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Jimmy Butler – Miami Heat (4 years, $142M) (sign-and-trade still pending)

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The Heat have always run a boot camp-style regime (complete with regularly scheduled body fat testing), so what better man for the team than Jimmy Butler?

D’Angelo Russell – Golden State Warriors (4 years, $117M)

Every time someone cuts the Warriors’ head off, they grow three more.

Kemba Walker – Boston Celtics (4 years, $141M)

First Isaiah, then Kyrie, then Kemba. Danny Ainge is hoping for third time lucky.

Klay Thompson – Golden State Warriors (5 years, $190M)

The Warriors were never offering less than the max, and Klay never wanted to leave.

Damian Lillard – Portland Trail Blazers (4 years, $194M)

Dame’s OKC game-winner was arguably worth $194 million on its own.

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Al Horford – Philadelphia 76ers (4 years, $109M)

After acquiring starpower above all else last season, the Sixers are now finding the perfect balance between talent and fit.

Tobias Harris – Philadelphia 76ers (5 years, $180M)

Right, well that’s a lot of money for your fourth most important guy.

Khris Middleton – Milwaukee Bucks (5 years, $178M)

Heading into next season, Middleton might be the league’s most boring and important secondary star, all at the same time.

DeAndre Jordan – Brooklyn Nets (4 years, $40M)

Find someone who gets you paid like Kevin Durant gets DeAndre Jordan paid.

Julius Randle – New York Knicks (3 years, $63M)

The Knicks finally got Zion… without the hops.

Derrick Rose – Detroit Pistons (2 years, $15M)

If Tom Thibodeau was capable of human thoughts and feelings, a single tear would’ve run down his cheek today.

Trevor Ariza – Sacramento Kings (2 years, $25M)

After having some great years with the Lakers and Rockets, Ariza is apparently now just jumping from terrible franchise to terrible franchise.

JJ Redick – New Orleans Pelicans (2 years, $26.5M)

The Pelicans clearly heard your jokes about their lack of shooting.

More signings  

Kristaps Porzingis – Dallas Mavericks (5 years, $158M)

Jamal Murray – Denver Nuggets (5 year, $170M extension)

Malcom Brogdon – Indiana Pacers (4 years, $85M)

Harrison Barnes – Sacramento Kings (4 years, $85M)

Bojan Bogdanovic – Utah Jazz (4 years, $73M)

Terry Rozier – Charlotte Hornets (3 years, $58M)

Nikola Vucevic – Orlando Magic (4 years, $100M)

Josh Richardson – Philadelphia 76ers (sign-and-trade deal still pending)

Derrick Favours – New Orleans (traded in exchange for picks) 

Andre Iguodala – Memphis Grizzlies (trade/salary dump)

Terrence Ross – Orlando Magic (4 years, $54M)

Brook Lopez – Milwaukee Bucks (4 years, $52M) 

Robin Lopez – Milwaukee Bucks (2 years, $10M)

Ricky Rubio – Phoenix Suns (3 years, $51M)

Jonas Valanciunas – Memphis Grizzlies (3 years, $45M)

Thaddeus Young – Chicago Bulls (3 years, $41M)

Patrick Beverley – LA Clippers (3 years, 40M)

Dewayne Dedmon – Sacramento Kings (3 years, $41M)

Corey Joseph – Sacramento Kings (3 years, $37M)

Rudy Gay – San Antonio Spurs (2 years, $32M)

Jeremy Lamb – Indiana Pacers (3 years, $31.5M)

Bobby Portis – New York Knicks (2 years, $31M)

George Hill – Milwaukee Bucks (3 years, $29M)

Al-Farouq Aminu – Orlando Magic (3 years, $29M)

Reggie Bullock – New York Knicks (2 years, $21M)

Taj Gibson – New York Knicks (2 years, $20M)

Ed Davis – Utah Jazz (2 years, $10M)

Rodney Hood – Portland Trail Blazers (2 years, $16M)

Nerlens Noel – Oklahoma City Thunder 

Mike Scott – Philadelphia 76ers (2 years, $9.8M)

Thomas Bryant – Washington Wizards (3 years, $25M)

DeMarre Carroll – San Antonio Spurs (2 years, $13M)

Garrett Temple – Brooklyn Nets (2 years, $10M)

Mike Muscala – Oklahoma City Thunder 

Danuel House – Houston Rockets (3 years, $11.1M)

Gerald Green – Houston Rockets (1 year, $2.5M)

Mario Hezonjia – Portland Trail Blazers (1 year, $1.7M)

Best remaining free agents 

Kawhi Leonard

DeMarcus Cousins

Danny Green

Markieff Morris

Marcus Morris

Seth Curry

Justin Holiday

Rondae Hollis-Jefferson

Kelly Oubre (R)

Richaun Holmes

Willie Cauley-Stein (R)

Corey Joseph

Jeff Green

Iman Shumpert

Rajon Rondo

Stanley Johnson (R)

Tomas Satoransky

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