It's only day three of the NBA's annual free-agency period, yet the wheeling and dealing is already at a frenzied pitch. Shocking moves and record-breaking deals have grabbed headlines. Cash is set to change hands at an unforeseen rate due to an exploding salary cap. What twists and turns will free-agency 2016 have in store for the sporting world?
As of this writing, the NBA universe has already bore witness to Grizzlies guard Mike Conley inking the richest deal in league history. Meanwhile, All-Star caliber talent such as Al Horford and Dwight Howard have reportedly found new homes.
The transactions are coming in wild staccato bursts. While this is an exciting time; it can also be confusing. To bring a little clarity, here is a complete list of free-agency 2016's first two days.
- Al Horford agrees to four-year $113 million deal with Boston Celtics
- Dwight Howard agrees to three-year 70.5 million deal with Atlanta Hawks
- Mike Conley re-signs with Memphis Grizzlies for record-setting five-year $153 million deal
- DeMar DeRozan re-signs with Toronto Raptors for $139 million five-year deal
- Wesely Johnson re-signs with Los Angeles Clipper for $18 million three-year deal
- Eric Gordon agrees to four-year $53 million deal with Houston Rockets
- Austin Rivers re-signs with Los Angeles Clippers for $35 million three-year deal
- Ian Mahinmi agrees to four-year $64 million deal with Washington Wizards
- Courtney Lee agrees to four-year $48 million deal with New York Knicks
- Marvin Williams re-signs with Charlotte Hornets for $54.5 million four-year deal
- Ryan Anderson agrees to four-year $80 million deal with Houston Rockets
- Trevor Booker agrees to two-year $18 million deal with Brooklyn Nets
- Bismack Biyombo agrees to four-year deal reportedly worth $70 million with Orlando Magic
- Arron Afflalo agrees to two-year $25 million deal with Sacramento Kings
- Jon Leuer agrees to four-year $42 million deal with Detroit Pistons
- Luol Deng agrees to four-year $72 million deal with Los Angeles Lakers
- Joe Johnson agrees to two-year $22 million deal with Utah Jazz
- Joakim Noah agrees to four-year $72 million deal with New York Knicks
- Kent Bazemore re-signs with Atlanta Hawks for $70 million four-year deal
- Jared Dudley agrees to three-year $30 million deal with Phoenix Suns
- E'Twan Moore agrees to four-year $34 million deal with New Orleans Pelicans
- Justin Hamilton agrees to two-year $6 million deal with Brooklyn Nets
- Jeff Green agrees to one-year $15 million deal with Orlando Magic
- Solomon Hill agrees to four-year $48 million deal with New Orleans Pelicans
- Chandler Parsons agrees to four-year 94.8 deal with Memphis Grizzlies
- Evan Turner agrees to four-year $75 million deal with Portland Trail Blazers
- Evan Fournier re-signs with Orlando Magic for $85 million five-year deal
- Mirza Teletovic agrees to three-year $30 million deal with Milwaukee Bucks
- Andre Drummond re-signs with Detroit Pistons for $130 million five-year deal
- Al Jefferson agrees to three-year $30 million deal with Indiana Pacers
- Bradley Beal re-signs with Washington Wizards for $130 million five-year deal
- Jeremy Lin agrees to three-year $36 million deal with Brooklyn Nets
- D.J. Augustin agrees to four-year $29 million deal with Orlando Magic
- Ish Smith agrees to three-year $18 million deal with Detroit Pistons
- Hassan Whiteside re-signs with Miami Heat for $98 million four-year deal
- Jordan Clarkson re-signs with Los Angeles Lakers for $50 million four-year deal
- Nicolas Batum re-signs with Charlotte Hornets for $120 million five-year deal
- Timofey Mozgov agrees to four-year $64 million deal with Los Angeles Lakers
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