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NBA free agency 2022 live tracker: Rumors, trades, signings and KD news from Day 2

July 1, 2022 at 12:01 PM WBS

Zach LaVine, Bulls agree to max contract

Shams Charania·

Senior Insider, NBA

July 1, 2022 at 11:58 AM WBS

Why the Celtics would be interested in Danilo Gallinari

The Celtics are reportedly expected to sign Danilo Gallinari, who they have had high on their list of bench-scoring targets for the taxpayer midlevel exception. Brad Stevens made it clear after the season his priority was to add more scoring and playmaking to the rotations to avoid the offensive pitfalls Boston’s second unit experienced through its playoff run. Gallinari brings them reliable isolation and spot-up creation to take pressure off the team’s main stars as the bench filters in, plus he has the composure on the ball to make good reads when defensive pressure ramps up. Though Gallinari isn’t a commanding playmaker, he should help the team cut down on its turnover rate that was one of its major weaknesses last season.

Jared Weiss

Jared Weiss·

Staff Writer, Celtics

July 1, 2022 at 11:55 AM WBS

Warriors lose another rotation player in Otto Porter Jr.

Otto Porter Jr. had a veteran minimum offer on the table from the Warriors but is signing in Toronto for a better deal, as first reported by Yahoo. Warriors have now lost the 7th and 8th players in their championship rotation in the first 24 hours of free agency. Their top priority remains a pursuit of starting center Kevon Looney.

Anthony Slater

Anthony Slater·

Senior Writer, Warriors

July 1, 2022 at 11:32 AM WBS

Details on Jae’Sean Tate’s contract with the Rockets

kelly iko

kelly iko·

Staff Writer, Rockets

July 1, 2022 at 11:11 AM WBS

Bruce Brown, Nuggets agree to deal: Reports

The Denver Nuggets and free-agent wing Bruce Brown have agreed on a two-year, $13 million contract, according to multiple reports.

Read more here.

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The Athletic Staff

The Athletic Staff

July 1, 2022 at 11:08 AM WBS

Bobby Portis, Wesley Matthews and Jevon Carter return to the Bucks

By bringing back Bobby Portis, Wesley Matthews and Jevon Carter, the Bucks wasted little time taking care of business on the first day of free agency.

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Eric Nehm

Eric Nehm·

Staff Writer, Bucks


Bobby Portis, Wesley Matthews and Jevon Carter return to the Bucks

July 1, 2022 at 11:02 AM WBS

Before Kevin Durant trade request, Nets owner Joseph Tsai already had reason to be furious

joe vardon

joe vardon·

Senior Writer, NBA

July 1, 2022 at 10:59 AM WBS

Hawks, Aaron Holiday agree to 1-year deal

Shams Charania

Shams Charania·

Senior Insider, NBA

July 1, 2022 at 10:58 AM WBS

Mitchell Robinson to re-sign with Knicks

The Knicks and free-agent center Mitchell Robinson have agreed to a four-year, $60 million contract to keep him in New York, sources confirmed to The Athletic.

Read more here.

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fred katz

fred katz·

Staff Writer, Knicks

July 1, 2022 at 10:42 AM WBS

More on Ricky Rubio’s new deal with the Cavs

Ricky Rubio’s three-year deal with Cleveland is worth $18.4 million, per a source. The Cavs are using a portion of their midlevel exception for their deal.

Kelsey Russo

Kelsey Russo·

Staff Writer, Cavaliers

July 1, 2022 at 10:26 AM WBS

Moses Moody’s role will grow for Golden State

Marcus Thompson II

Marcus Thompson II·

Senior Columnist, Bay Area

July 1, 2022 at 10:11 AM WBS

Will the Wizards’ new deal with Bradley Beal watch them in mediocrity?

The Wizards will offer a fascinating case study on roster-building after agreeing to terms with Bradley Beal on one of the richest contracts in NBA history.

While Washington felt it had to retain its star, the price was steep.

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Josh Robbins

Josh Robbins·

Senior Writer, Wizards


Will the Wizards’ new deal with Bradley Beal watch them in mediocrity?

July 1, 2022 at 9:56 AM WBS

Zion Williamson’s deal is worth the risk for the Pelicans

With Zion Williamson’s injury history and physical build, it’s certainly a risk to commit this much money to him over a five-year period. The Pelicans will surely include some protections in the contract to give them some flexibility if the injuries pop up again. Details on those protections will come out over time.

In the end, losing Williamson was much more of a risk for New Orleans as it enters this new era with Brandon Ingram, CJ McCollum and second-year head coach Willie Green. It’s worth the risk considering how good this team can be if everyone stays on the court.

Read more here.

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William Guillory

William Guillory·

Staff Writer, Pelicans

July 1, 2022 at 9:48 AM WBS

Cavs, Ricky Rubio agree to 3-year deal, sources say

Kelsey Russo

Kelsey Russo·

Staff Writer, Cavaliers

July 1, 2022 at 9:47 AM WBS

Where the Mavericks stand after losing Jalen Brunson, adding JaVale McGee

There’s much more that may be unraveled in the coming days and weeks about Jalen Brunson’s choice. The Mavericks’ side of the story is that they never even had a chance to negotiate with Brunson, implying that he was always set on the Knicks.

Dallas did make one signing Thursday: JaVale McGee on a three-year, $20.1 million deal that includes a third-year player option. I’m…confused. But let’s back up.

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Tim Cato

Tim Cato·

Staff Writer, Mavericks


Jalen Brunson leaves, JaVale McGee arrives: Where the Mavericks stand now

July 1, 2022 at 9:35 AM WBS

Nets’ start to free agency included more than Kevin Durant’s trade request

While Kevin Durant’s trade request dominated the conversation, Brooklyn did make a few other moves on Thursday, re-signing Nic Claxton and Patty Mills and trading for the Jazz’s Royce O’Neale.

It makes for a great supporting cast of players on a championship team, which seems to indicate the Nets’ next move whenever they trade their star players.

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alex schiffer

alex schiffer·

Staff Writer, Nets


Nets re-sign Patty Mills, Nic Claxton, trade for Royce O’Neale on historic day

July 1, 2022 at 9:25 AM WBS

Bulls sign Andre Drummond, but what about Zach LaVine’s extension?

Bulls star Zach LaVine was one of the biggest names who did not reach a new deal on the first day of the free-agency negotiating period.

Chicago filled a need for size and rebounding by signing Andre Drummond on Thursday, but LaVine remains the priority of the Bulls’ offseason entering Friday, Darnell Mayberry writes.

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Darnell Mayberry

Darnell Mayberry·

Senior Writer, Bulls


Bulls sign Andre Drummond, but what about Zach LaVine’s extension?

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