2019 NBA Free Agent Tracker

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This has been one of the most dramatic leadups to the NBA free agency periods in recent history. Understandable when free agents of such high quality are available. With “superteams” being the new trend in the NBA, fans and the media are having a lot of fun with the potential team-up scenarios of stars and top players.

There are a few players like that will be able to dictate the future balance of the NBA. The main person with that power is reigning NBA Champion and NBA Finals MVP Kawhi Leonard. His decision to stay in the east with Toronto or join forces with other top talents elsewhere will greatly impact the NBA.

Kevin Durant also has the same ability to shift the NBA power as Leonard. His is just going to be a year later because of the injury he sustained during the playoffs.

The wait is finally over. Today we start finding out where the top free agents are going to play basketball during the 2019-20 NBA season.

Here is a list of where every 2019 NBA free agent is signing. Free agency official starts on July 6th, 2019 at 6 pm EST.

Editors note: We will update this page with contract specifics and signing details as information is made available to ChampionInsiders.com or public. All deals are not official until the NBA’s moratorium period ends on July 6.

Confirmed signed free agents

J.J. Redick – New Orleans Pelicans (2/yr $26.5 million)

“Redick will join a roster that just added a lot of young talent after winning the 2019 NBA Draft Lottery and a massive trade with the Los Angeles Lakers that gave them a young core of players and another early draft pick.” (see more)

Kemba Walker – Boston Celtics (4/yr $141 million)

“Walker will be the starting point guard for the Boston Celtics for the 2019-20 NBA season. He is replacing Kyrie Irving who is signing with the Brooklyn Nets after failing to meet expectations in Boston.” (see more)

Kyrie Irving – Brooklyn Nets (4/yr $141 million)

Kevin Durant – Brooklyn Nets (4/yr $164 million)

Durant, who turns 31 in September, is expected to miss the entire 2019-20 season because of the ruptured Achilles he suffered in Game 5 of the NBA Finals against the Toronto Raptors. (see more)

Khris Middleton – Milwaukee Bucks (5/yr $178 million)

Kristaps Porzingis (restricted)  – Dallas Mavericks (5/yr $158 million)

Jimmy Butler – Miami Heat (sign and trade for Josh Richardson)

Klay Thompson – Golden State Warriors (5/yr $190 million)

Nikola Vucevic – Orland Magic (4/yr $100 million)

“Vucevic, 28, has reportedly drawn interest from the Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers, with the Dallas Mavericks also considered suitors at the right price. But it appears the Swiss-born, Montenegrin 7-footer will remain with the team he’s played for since 2012.” see more

Al Horford – Philadelphia 76ers (4/yr $109 million)

Harrison Barnes – Sacramento Kings (4/yr $85 million)

Derrick Rose – Detroit Pistons (2/yr $15 million)

Bojan Bogdanovic – Utah Jazz (4/yr $73 million)

Jonas Valanciunas – Memphis Grizzlies (3/yr $45 million)

Tobias Harris – Philadelphia 76ers (5/yr $180 million)

Brook Lopez – Milwaukee Bucks (4/yr $52 million)

Julius Randle – New York Knicks (3/yr $63 million)

Rodney Hood – Portland Trail Blazers (2/yr $16 million)

Malcolm Brogdon (restricted) – Indiana Pacers (4/yr $85 million)

Terrence Ross – Orlando Magic (4/yr $54 million)

Al-Farouq Aminu – Orlando Magic (3/yr $29 million

D’Angelo Russell (restricted) – Golden State Warriors (sign and trade)

Patrick Beverley – Los Angeles Clippers (4/yr $40 million)

Ricky Rubio – Phoenix Suns (3/yr $51 million)

Thomas Bryant – Washington Wizards (3/yr $25 million)

Seth Curry – Dallas Mavericks (4/yr $32 million)

Jeremy Lamb – Indiana Pacers (3/yr $31.5 million)

Terrance Ross – Orlando Magic (4/yr $54 million)

Thaddeus Young – Chiacgo Bulls (3/yr $41 million)

DeMarre Carroll – San Antonio Spurs (2/yr $12 million)

Bobby Portis – New York Knicks (2/yr $31 million)

Reggie Bullock – New York Knicks (2/yr $21 million)

Jordan Bell – Minnesota Timberwolves (1/yr $1.6 million)

Tomas Satoransky – Chicago Bulls (sign and trade)

Ish Smith – Washington Wizards (2/yr $12 million)

Wesley Matthews – Milwaukee Bucks (1/yr $2.3 million)

Frank Kaminsky – Phoenix Suns (2/yr $10 million)

Robin Lopez – Milwaukee Bucks (2/yr $4.7 million)

Reported to intend to sign free agents

DeAndre Jordan – Brooklyn Nets (4/yr $40 million)

Dwanye Dedmond – Sacramento Kings (3/yr $41 million)

Terry Rozier – Charlotte Hornets (sign and trade)

Rudy Gay – San Antonio Spurs (2/yr $32 million)

Kevon Looney – Golden State Warriors (3/yr $15 million)

Isaiah Thomas – Washington Wizards (1/yr)

Available free agents

Kawhi Leonard –

Top landing spots: Raptors,Clippers,Lakers

DeMarcus Cousins –

Top landing spots: Knicks, Warriors, Lakers

Danny Green –

Top landing spots: Raptors, Mavericks

Marcus Morris

Top landing spots: Lakers, Clippers

Willie Cauley-Stein

Top landing spots: Heat

Rondae Hollis-Jefferson

Kelly Oubre

JaVale McGee

Dwight Howard

Ivica Zubac

Kenneth Faried

Jeff Green

JaMychal Green

Emmanuel Mudiay

Jabari Parker

Rajon Rondo

Quinn Cook

TJ McConnell

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