We’ve reached that very special time of the year again! NBA Free Agency is here, and boy has it been filled with excitement and chaos. LaMarcus Aldridge is now a Spur, Kevin Love decided to return to the Cavs after all, and DeAndre Jordan found a new home in Dallas.
Left and right, players are signing for exorbitant amounts of money thanks to the increasing annual salary cap (which will occur prior to the 2016-2017 season). Who would have thought that DeMarre Carroll could become a $60 million man over night?
Free Agency has been like Christmas in July for us here at The Sixth Man. We can’t get enough of the constant rumors, surprises, and Chris Broussard appearances. To celebrate, we’re pleased to present The Sixth Man’s 2015 NBA Free Agency Extravaganza!
As a part of this Extravaganza, we will provide updates on all the latest signings and acquisitions. We’ll also offer analysis and exclusive content over the next few days about free agency and what it means for the landscape of the NBA.
So sit back, relax, and enjoy the crazy ride!
Here’s a master list of all the free agent signings arranged in alphabetical order by team (updates included):
All Free Agent Signings:
Paul Millsap and the Hawks reach a three-year, $59 million deal.
Hawks sign guard Justin Holiday to multi-year deal.
The Celtics have agreed to terms with Amir Johnson on two-year, $24 million contract.
Jae Crowder will re-sign with the Celts for five years, $35 million.
Jonas Jerebko to return to Celts for two years, $10 million.
Brook Lopez agrees to three-year $60 million contract with the Nets (several undisclosed prosthetic body parts included).
Thaddeus Young will return to Nets as part of a four-year, $60 million deal.
Former Tar Heel Wayne Ellington agrees to one-year, $1.5 contract with Nets.
Center Willie Reed, Nets reach one-year, $500,000 deal (which will be paid in Trident Layers).
Nets swipe Andrea Bargnani from Knicks, sign him to two-year deal for the veteran's minimum.
Hornets, Jeremy Lin reach two-year, $4 million deal.
Undrafted Kentucky alumn Aaron Harrison signs deal wih Hornets.
Tyler Hansbrough and Hornets agree to one-year deal.
Hornets sign free agent guard Elliot Williams to deal.
Jimmy Butler re-signs with the Bulls for $90 million over five years.
Bulls sign Mike Dunleavy Jr. to three-year, $14.4 million contract.
Bulls, Aaron Brooks agree to one-year deal.
Kevin Love agrees to five-year, $110 million deal to stay with the Cavs.
Cavs re-up guard Iman Shumpert (and his new hairdo) for four years, $40 million.
Tristan Thompson will reportedly return to the Cavs for $80 million over five years.
Mo Williams will return to Cavs, signs two year deal worth $4.3 million.
LeBron James inks two-year, $47 million contract extension with Cavs.
Cavs will reportedly re-sign three-point specialist James Jones.
Cavs, Richard Jefferson agree to one-year deal.
Sharpshooter and standout pastry chef James Jones re-signs with Cavs.
Matthew Dellavedova re-signs with Cavs for one-year, $1.2 million.
Mavs sign warlock DeAndre Jordan to a four-year, $80 million contract. (Psych!!)
Wesley Matthews agrees to four-year, $70 million deal with the Mavs.
Mavs, former dunk contest champ Jeremy Evans agree to two-year deal for the veteran's minimum.
J.J. Barea re-signs with the Mavs for $16 million over four years.
Mavs, Charlie Villanueva agree to one-year deal for the veteran's minimum.
After buyout with Nets, Deron Williams signs two-year deal with Mavs worth $10 million.
Guard John Jenkins agrees to three-year deal with Mavs.
Jarrid "Not-So-Famous" Famous signs three-year contract with Mavs.
Mavs sign Summer League standout Maurice NDour.
Undrafted Arizona forward Brandon Ashley agrees to partially guaranteed contract with Mavs.
Samuel Dalembert signs one-year, $1.4 million deal with Mavs.
Mavs sign free agent forward Jamil Wilson to partially guaranteed contract.
Tunisian center Salah Mejri (7'1", 235 lbs) signs deal with Mavs.
Nuggets, point guard Jameer Nelson agree to three-year, $13.5 million deal.
Wilson Chandler re-signs with Nuggets for four years, $46 million.
Nuggest retrain guard Will Barton for three years, $10.6 million.
Pistons snatch Aron Baynes from Spurs, sign him for three years, $20 million.
Reggie Jackson signs five-year, $80 million contract extension with Pistons.
Pistons, Joel Anthony reach two-year, $5 million deal.
Adonis Thomas signs with Pistons.
Golden State Warriors
Warriors re-sign forward Draymond Green to five-year, $85 million deal.
Former Sixth Man of the Year and Cheez-Its connoisseur Leandro Barbosa signs one-year contract extension with Dubs worth $2.5 million.
Guard Ian Clark has agreed to sign with Warriors.
Rockets re-up Patrick Beverley for four years, $23 million.
Corey Brewer will return to Houston on a three-year, $23.4 million deal.
Rockets, Marcus Thornton agree to one-year deal.
K.J. McDaniels re-signs with Houston for three years, $10 million.
Rockets sign veteran forward Chuck Hayes to one-year deal for the veteran's minimum.
Pacers sign Monta Ellis for four years, $44 million.
Power forward Lavoy Allen agrees to re-sign with Pacers for three years, $12 million.
Pacers ink guard Rodney Stucky to three year deal worth $21 million.
Jordan Hill and Pacers reportedly agree to two-year contract.
Forward Shayne Whittington signs one-year extension with Pacers.
Glen Robinson III inks three-year deal with Pacers.
Pacers sign Rakeem Christmas (sounds like a Key and Peele East vs. West bowl name) to four-year, $4.3 million deal.
Los Angeles Clippers
Clippers add Paul Pierce and his wheelchair as part of three-year, $10.6 million deal.
Wesley Johnson is a new member of the Clippers, signs one-year deal (play nicely, CP3).
DeAndre Jordan spurns Mavs, re-signs with Clippers for four years, $87 million. Mavs owner Mark Cuban acquires the services of hit-man and ex-NBAer Delonte West--insists the two events are "completely related."
Clippers re-up point guard Austin Rivers for two years, $6.4 million.
Josh Smith signs one-year deal with Clippers for the veteran's minimum.
Clippers sign veteran Point Guard Pablo Prigioni to one-year deal.
Los Angeles Lakers
Haven’t signed anyone yet (#lawls)... Never mind.
Lakers sign guard Lou Williams to three-year, $21 million deal (still #lawls).
Brandon Bass will reportedly sign with Lakers (terms undisclosed, but sources say the deal will include a sponsorship with Bass Pro Shops).
Marc Gasol nearing five-year, $110 million extension with the Griz.
Grizzlies sign big man Brandon Wright to three-year, $18 million contract.
Dwyane Wade will keep his talents in Miami; signs for one-year, $20 million.
Heat extend Goran Dragic for five years, deal worth $86 million.
Gerald Green to join Heat on one-year deal.
Heat, Amar'e Stoudemire agree to one-year, $1.4 million.
Bucks sign Greg Monroe to three-year deal worth $50 million.
Khris Middleton re-signs with Bucks for five-year, $70 million.
Bucks, Chris Copeland agree to one-year deal worth $1.1 million.
KG will return to the T-Wolves on a two-year deal.
Wolves, Andre Miller agree to one-year deal worth $1.5 million.
New Orleans Pelicans
Omer Asik agrees to five-year, $60 million contract.
Center Alexis Ajinca signs four-year, $20 million extension with Pelicans.
Pelicans sign Dante Cunningham to three-year, $9 million deal.
Sharpshooter Luke Babbitt re-signs with Pelicans for two years, $2.5 million.
Pelicans, Alonzo Gee agree to two-year, $2.75 million contract.
Big man Kendrick Perkins agrees to one-year deal with Pelicans.
New York Knicks
Knicks sign Arron Afflalo for $16 million over two years so long as he gives a formal presentation to the team’s front office in which he explains the spelling of his first name.
Robin Lopez joins the Knicks for four years, $54 million.
Forward Derrick Williams agrees to terms with Knicks, signs two-year, $10 million deal.
Knicks pick up big man Kyle O'Quinn in sign-and-trade with Magic, deal worth $16 million over four years.
Knicks re-sign Lance Thomas to one-year, $1.6 million contract.
Harvard grad Wesley Saunders agrees to partially guaranteed contract with Knicks.
Lou Amundson re-signs with Knicks.
Sasha "The Sexy Beast" Vujacic signs one-year, $1.35 million deal with Knicks.
Oklahoma City Thunder
Thunder sign Kyle Singler to five-year, $25 million contract.
OKC matches Portland's offer sheet to restricted free agent Enes Kanter, re-sign him for four years, $70 million.
Tobias Harris will return to the Magic on a four-year, $64 million deal.
Magic, veteran guard C.J. Watson agree to three-year, $15 million contract.
Ex-Spartan Keith Appling signs two-year deal with Magic.
Sixers sign summer league guard Scottie Wilbekin to four-year contract.
Brandon Knight signs new deal with Suns worth $70 million over five years.
Suns, former Mavs center Tyson Chandler agree to four-year, $52 million contract.
It's always Sonny in Phoenix: Sonny Weems inks two-year, $5.8 million deal with Suns.
Suns sign Ronnie Price to one-year, $1.5 million contract.
Ex-Nets swingman Mirza Teletovic signs one-year, $5.5 million deal with Suns.
Al-Farouq Aminu agrees to four-year, $30 million deal with Blazers.
Blazers scoop up big man Ed Davis, sign him to three-year, $20 million deal.
Restricted free agent Enes Kanter signs four-year, $70 million offer sheet with Blazers; Thunder expected to match offer.
Blazers sign undrafted forward Luis Montero (terms undisclosed).
Cliff Alexander signs with Blazers.
Blazers sign former Celtics guard Phil Pressey.
Kings, Rajon “The Mercurial Menace” Rondo come to terms on one-year deal worth $9.5 million.
Marco Belinelli pens three-year, $19 million contract with Kings.
Shooting guard James Anderson signs multi-year deal with Kings (terms undisclosed).
Kosta Koufos signs four-year deal with Kings worth $33 million.
Kings sign swingman Omri Casspi to two-year, $6 million contract.
Veteran forward Caron Butler agrees to two-year, $3 million deal with Kings.
Quincy Acy signs two-year deal with Kings.
Kings agree to deal with undrafted Wisconsin forward Duje Dukan.
Summer League standout Seth Curry signs two-year, $2 million deal with Kings.
San Antonio Spurs
LaMarcus Alridge elects to join Spurs, signs four-year, $80 million (damn, that's a really good team).
Kawhi Leonard re-signs with Spurs for five years, $90 million.
Spurs extend Danny Green for four years, $44 million.
Duncan will return to Spurs for two years, $10.4 million.
Manu Ginobili will also return to Spurs (deal undisclosed).
Spurs, David West reportedly agree to one-year, $1.4 million deal.
De-Leaguer Jonathan Simmons signs two-year deal with Spurs for the veteran's minimum.
Matt Boner will return to Spurs on one-year deal for the veteran's minimum.
Spurs and 7'4" Serbian giant Boban Marjanovic agree to one-year, $2 million deal.
Forward DeMarre Carroll inks four-year, $60 million contract with Raptors (Drake to award him holy lint-roller on opening day).
Bismack Biyombo signs two-year, $6 million deal with Raptors (jealous that Carroll will get Drake's holy lint-roller).
Raptors snag ex-Spur Cory Joseph, sign him to four-year, $30 million deal.
Luis Scola signs one-year, $3 million contract with Raptors.
Raptors agree to one-year deal with undrafted LSU forward Michale Kyser.
Jazz sign Brazilian point guard Raul Neto for three years, $2.8 million.
German center Tibor Pleiss signs three-year contract with Jazz.
Gary Neal agrees to one-year deal with Wizards worth $2.1 million.
You're a Wizard, Alan. Forward Alan Anderson signs one-year, $4 million contract with Wizards.
Drew Gooden returns to Wizards, signs one-year, $3.3 million deal.
*Sources for all free agent signings: ESPN, SB Nation, SI.com, and FOX Sports.