NBA: All Reported Free Agent Signings So Far (2022-2023 Season)

The 2022-2023 season is just right around the corner. With the Free-Agent market now open, NBA teams are already making huge moves to boost their team’s chances to be the next champions. In this article, we are already listing all of the reported free-agent signings according to various reports.

All Reported Free-Agent Signings (All 30 NBA Teams)

Western Conference

Dallas Mavericks

  • JaVale McGee agrees to a 3-year/$20.1 Million deal
  • Theo Pinson returns on 1-year/$1.96 Million deal

Denver Nuggets

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  • Nikola Jokic agrees to a 5-year/$260 Million Super Max extension
  • DeAndre Jordan agrees to deal
  • Davon Reed returns on a 2-year/$4 Million deal
  • Bruce Brown agrees to a 2-year/$13 Million deal

Golden State Warriors

  • Donte DiVencenzo agrees to a 2-year/$9.3 Million deal
  • Kevon Looney returns on 3-year/$25.5 Million deal

Houston Rockets

  • Jae’Sean Tate returns on a 3-year/$22 Million deal

Los Angeles Clippers

  • Nicolas Batum returns on a 2-year/$22 Million deal
  • Amir Coffey returns on a 3-year/$11 Million deal
  • John Wall agrees to a 2-year/$13.2 Million deal
  • Ivica Zubac agrees to a 3-year/$32.8 Million extension

Los Angeles Lakers

  • Juan Toscano-Anderson agrees to a 1-year/$1.9 Million deal
  • Troy Brown Jr. agrees to a 1-year/$1.9 Million deal
  • Damian Jones agrees to a 2-year/$4.7 Million deal
  • Lonnie Walker IV agrees to a 1-year/$6.5 Million deal

Memphis Grizzlies

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  • Tyus Jones returns on a 2-year/$30 Million deal
  • Ja Morant agrees to a 5-year/$193 Million maximum rookie extension that could go up to $213 Million

Minnesota Timberwolves

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  • Kyle Anderson agrees to a 2-year/$18 Million deal
  • Karl-Anthony Towns agrees to 4-year/$224 Million Super Max extension
  • Bryn Forbes agrees to a 1-year/$4.5 Million deal
  • Taurean Prince returns on a 2-year/$16 Million deal

New Orleans Pelicans

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  • Zion Williamson agrees to a 5-year/$193 Million maximum rookie extension that could go up to $231 Million

Oklahoma City Thunder

  • Luguentz Dort returns on a 5-year/$87.5 Million deal

Phoenix Suns

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  • Devin Booker agrees to a 4-year/$224 Million Super Max extension
  • Damion Lee agrees to  1-year/$2.1 Million deal
  • Bismack Biyombo agrees to new deal
  • Josh Okogie agrees to 1-year deal

Portland Trailblazers

  • Anfernee Simons agrees a to 4-year/$100 Million extension
  • Jusuf Nurkic returns on a 4-year/$70 Million deal
  • Drew Eubanks returns on a 1-year/$1.97 Million deal
  • Gary Payton II agrees to a 3-year/$28 Million deal

Sacramento Kings

  • Malik Monk agrees to a 2-year/$19 Million deal

San Antonio Spurs

  • No reported signings as of this moment

Utah Jazz

  • No reported signings as of this moment
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Eastern Conference

Atlanta Hawks

  • Aaron Holiday agrees to a 1-year/$1.97 Million deal

Boston Celtics

  • Luke Kornet returns on a 2-year/$4.3 Million deal

Brooklyn Nets

  • Nic Claxton returns on a 2-year/$20 Million deal
  • Patty Mills returns on a 2-year/$14.5 Million deal

Charlotte Hornets

  • Cody Martin returns on a 4-year/$32 Million deal

Chicago Bulls

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  • Zach LaVine returns on 5-year/$215 Million max deal
  • Andre Drummond agrees to a 2-year/$6.6 Million deal
  • Derrick Jones Jr. returns on a 2-year/$6.6 Million deal
  • Goran Dragic agrees to a 1-year/$2.9 Million deal

Cleveland Cavaliers

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  • Darius Garland agrees to a 5-year/$193 Million max extension
  • Ricky Rubio returns on a 3-year/$18.4 Million deal
  • Raul Neto agrees to a 1-year minimum salary ($2.4 Million) deal
  • Robin Lopez agrees to a 1-year/$2.9 Milliondeal

Detroit Pistons

  • Kevin Knox agrees to a 2-year/$6 Million deal
  • Marvin Bagley III returns on a 3-year/$37 Million deal

Indiana Pacers

  • Jalen Smith returns on a 2-year/$9.5 Million deal

Miami Heat

  • Victor Oladipo returns on a 1-year/$11 Million deal
  • Dewayne Dedmon returns on a 2-year/$9 Million deal

Milwaukee Bucks

  • Bobby Portis returns on a 4-year/$49 Million deal
  • Joe Ingles agrees to a 1-year/$6.5 Million deal
  • Wesley Matthews returns on a 1-year/$2.9 Million deal
  • Jevon Carter returns on a 2-year/$4.6 Million deal

New York Knicks

  • Jalen Brunson agrees to a 4-year/$104 Million deal
  • Mitchell Robinson returns on a 4-year/$60 Million deal
  • Isaiah Hartenstein agrees to a 2-year/$16 Million deal

Orlando Magic

  • Gary Harris agrees to a 2-year/$26 Million extension
  • Mo Bamba returns on a 2-year/$21 Million deal

Philadelphia 76ers

  • P.J. Tucker agrees to a 3-year/$33.2 Million deal
  • Danuel House agrees to a 2-year/$8.5 Million deal

Toronto Raptors

  • Chris Boucher returns on a 3-year/$32.2 Million deal
  • Otto Porter Jr. agrees to a 2-year/$5.5 Million deal
  • Thaddeus Young returns on a 2-year/$16 Million deal

Washington Wizards

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  • Bradley Beal agrees to a 5-year/$251 Million Super Max extension
  • Anthony Gill returns on new deal
  • Delon Wright agrees to a 2-year/$16 Million deal

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